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May
15
comment How to rename to existing folder
Also, it looks like you are using the mm dd yyyy convention for date formats. This convention is illogical and problematic because it is neither more-significant-toward-less-significant nor less-significant-toward-more-significant. You should consider using ISO 8601's YYYY-mm-dd (most-significant-to-least-significant), or, failing that, at least use dd-mm-YYYY (least-significant-to-most-significant).
May
15
comment How to rename to existing folder
Please show ls -l instead of just ls. I wonder if perhaps deployables_05_14_2013 is a symlink to deployables.
May
2
comment Quality of service in IPV6
I guess I can't comment without buying and reading the paper. It's true that IPv6 has a flow label field and IPv4 doesn't, and they mention that in the abstract, but I have implemented and managed QoS networks before and it's all based on DSCP, nothing about flow labels.
May
1
comment Quality of service in IPV6
Your assumption is wrong. IPv6 does not solve IPv4 QoS problems.
May
1
answered Bind9 cache automatic refresh
May
1
answered Quality of service in IPV6
Apr
28
answered ^S in terminal does not get sent to Vim
Apr
25
answered List file range with UNIX wildcards
Apr
21
comment Github local cached ip address is different then expected remote ip address
Regarding what IP address github.com is supposed to have, did you read this recent announcement?
Apr
19
revised Is sending syslog events over udp secure?
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Apr
19
answered Is sending syslog events over udp secure?
Apr
9
comment Is a DNS allowed to reply with different IP than the one stated at the records in the domain name registrar?
Do you mean whether the in-zone A or AAAA record for a nameserver can be different from the glue record supplied by the delegating nameserver?
Apr
8
answered Linux Fuse module - determine supported file systems
Mar
31
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Mar
25
comment OpenSSL and what encryption method to use
Also, the second argument to openssl is not an "encryption type" but a subcommand, to tell it what kind of action to take. For example, manupulation of X.509 certificates, manipulation of keys, signing, encryption, certificate generation, message digest calculation, etc...
Mar
25
comment OpenSSL and what encryption method to use
For encrypting files most conveniently, GPG would definitely be recommended over OpenSSL.
Mar
25
comment linux ipv6 default route to loopback
I have no idea. :-( I was just hoping that my comment could provide a clue for yourself or someone else.
Mar
25
comment linux ipv6 default route to loopback
It looks like this route is actually found in table unspec. You can see it with ip -6 route show table all.
Mar
9
answered How to mount an external drive (in fuseblk) as ext4 file system?
Mar
7
comment Concurrent request to create directories
Why do you think this is a "problem"? How would you have changed things so that there was no problem?