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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
who provides a server that i can use only as a proxy for ssh?
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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
Port forwarding is not possible on either of my machines due to the network that serves them. I have no-ip setup, however there are no ports that I can use to connect the machines.
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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
No, I have no router access and can't adjust the NAT settings.
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accepted Accidentally ran “sudo gpart -W /dev/sda /dev/sda” – how can I recover my partitions?
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comment Accidentally ran “sudo gpart -W /dev/sda /dev/sda” – how can I recover my partitions?
It turns out that my grub2 got obliterated and testdisk didn't fix that. I made a rescatux bootable usb drive, booted into the live session and repaired it that way. Alternatively I could have booted into any live cd, chroot'd into my Arch Linux and worked that way. rescatux was faster and easier though.
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answered Accidentally ran “sudo gpart -W /dev/sda /dev/sda” – how can I recover my partitions?
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asked Accidentally ran “sudo gpart -W /dev/sda /dev/sda” – how can I recover my partitions?
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answered Is it possible to resize a QEMU disk image?