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This question has been answered on Server Fault The place to set this up is in /etc/ssh/sshd_config


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You will have to use a DNS server for this, and make sure that whoever does DHCP sets the DNS server to be the ip address of the computer that has the DNS server installed. From the DNS server, you can configure any domain name to point to any local ip address, and it will only work within your network. You can google for any dns server to find one that ...


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There are a number of steps both on your domain name control panel side, your home Internet modem/router side and the PC you wish to act as the web server you're trying to set up. First things first, well done for getting a static IP from your ISP - this will help you immensely in reducing the steps! Domain name control panel Log on to domain name ...


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You need to use the ServerSignature directive. Add this to your XAMPP Apache config file (httpd.conf): ServerSignature Off With ServerSignature On: With ServerSignature Off: EDIT: Sorry, I mis-read your question (but I am leaving that "answer" in case it helps anyone else). I think you might be looking for custom error pages. Check this out: ...


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Just create a webpage on your web servers called "currentsetting.htm", containing one line, for example: Model=raspberrypi Just text, no HTML markup, despite it being a .htm file. Then Genie will send the GET request just once, as it will actually now receive a reply. As a bonus, whatever value you give for Model will appear as the node name in Genie's ...


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Also asnwered original post on SO You can update your sshd_config and add to AuthorizedKeysFile also for example some path in /etc/ssh/authorized_keys where you can put your master key. This would authorize you with this key to all accounts. But don't forget to leave there also the original one: [...] AuthorizedKeysFile .ssh/authorized_keys ...


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There are few important differences between enterprise and consumer SSDs, that can be quite important. Enterprise SSDs normally have some kind of power buffer, that keeps the SSD powered long enough to complete outstanding writes in case the server should lose all power. This avoids incomplete writes and possible data corruption. Enterprise SSDs usually ...


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Differences are: Intended market/usage. Enterprise drives are meant to be on 24/7 and can usually withstand higher temperatures or other stresses. Consumer grade drives are expected to be on 8-10 hours a day or so. Lifespan and MTBF are based off these expectations. Features included/supported by firmware. Enterprise drives may have more intelligent ...


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If you are logging that type of data 1/second speed is a non-issue. Write intensity? No your situation doesn't qualify. The weather data you suggest is less than 128 bytes per second, it is laughably low, basically none. The cells won't wear out as much because your just using new cells, and not re-writing old cells. Writing 1 10mb photo will be more ...


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This is not possible in general, without access to the source code for (at least) download.php. The code could literally be taking the file from anywhere it had access to on the file system. Or it may be pulling the file from a database. Or it may even be generating the file on the fly, so the file may literally not exist except during the request.


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If you are using Apache for the web server software, you can use DocumentRoot /var/www/html/MyWebsite/Code/web in a VirtualHosts section of the the Apache configuration file, /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, to point to that folder as the root of your website. E.g., you could include something like the following at the bottom of httpd.conf: <VirtualHost ...


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One way that would do it without installing any extra software on the machines would be to edit the hosts file on each machine to have serverdomain.com point at the IP address of the machine running the server. You'll need to run notepad (or your favourite text editor) as an administrator and then open c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts. Then towards ...



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