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Jun
3
comment Why does my linux box randomly reboot?
@Hennes I'll try and report back. I do doubt it will make a difference however, since I've had a machine in there for 2 years now.
Jun
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revised Why does my linux box randomly reboot?
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Jun
3
comment Do I need to be worried about these SMART drive temperatures?
@IlmariKaronen - I can happily touch the edges of the drives - seem pretty cool to me. I've got two fans creating a lot of air flow across the drives, one on either side of the array (added when I added the WD Black drives)
Jun
3
comment Do I need to be worried about these SMART drive temperatures?
@user55325 - added drive specs
Jun
3
revised Do I need to be worried about these SMART drive temperatures?
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Jun
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asked Do I need to be worried about these SMART drive temperatures?
Jun
3
asked Why does my linux box randomly reboot?
Jun
18
answered Libraries which exist in a binary's elf DT_RUNPATH are not being chosen?
Jun
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revised Libraries which exist in a binary's elf DT_RUNPATH are not being chosen?
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Jun
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asked Libraries which exist in a binary's elf DT_RUNPATH are not being chosen?
Mar
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
23
answered samba 'homes' share works, raid doesn't [fedora 17 to windows 7]
Feb
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revised samba 'homes' share works, raid doesn't [fedora 17 to windows 7]
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Feb
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asked samba 'homes' share works, raid doesn't [fedora 17 to windows 7]
Feb
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
11
comment rdesktop - windows 7 - mouse pointer invisible - no black outline
Hmmm - upgraded - still not working! :(
Feb
11
comment rdesktop - windows 7 - mouse pointer invisible - no black outline
Thanks Derek - I am running an older version - will upgrade
Feb
10
asked rdesktop - windows 7 - mouse pointer invisible - no black outline
Jan
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awarded  Scholar
Jan
1
comment nfs /etc/fstab doesn't mount on startup: ubuntu / xbmc
D'oh! Thanks! :)