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comment Sharing hardware resources through network: specifically RAM
You're asking the wrong question. The question you should ask is, how do you leverage the more powerful machine to perform builds? And one possible answer is the Gradle SSH plugin.
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comment What is a typical and simple to remember example IPv6 subnet?
@Petr In global IPv6 every device will have at least two addresses, and should have at least three. One is the link-local address only valid on the same LAN, another is the global address assigned by the ISP, and the third is the ULA address. Your wireless router which connects you to the ISP should be configured to provide a ULA prefix to your local network, and you should always use these to access local resources within your own internal network, as they will not change.
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comment ip6tables with K26 std-nokaid-small firmware for my WNR2000 version 1 router?
Why use ancient DD-WRT when you can actually use modern firmware like OpenWrt?
May
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revised IPv6 inverse neighbor discovery doesn't work
Embedded user's images and fixed formatting
Apr
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answered vga-passthrough with kvm/qemu on optimus-capable laptop
Apr
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comment How can we burn an iso image to hard disk?
@Pacerier He didn't ask about that, so I didn't address it.
Apr
25
comment IPv6 global address lost after delay
Check your system logs for any problems.
Apr
25
comment Some sites does not work with IPv6
I've no trouble with either of these sites, so I would suspect your router or your ISP is at fault.
Apr
24
comment Disabling/Unbinding IPv6 on a specific network adapter without UI
Even disabling IPv6 on a single interface puts Windows into an unsupported configuration. You would do better for your clients to fix the application.
Apr
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comment Telnet : How to get [user@hostname userFolder]$
@barlop Back in the olden days, $ was all we got.
Apr
19
comment Telnet : How to get [user@hostname userFolder]$
You can if you want. My prompt on my desktop does. But paths rarely get that long on servers I manage, so it isn't much of an issue there.
Apr
19
revised Telnet : How to get [user@hostname userFolder]$
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Apr
19
revised Telnet : How to get [user@hostname userFolder]$
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Apr
19
comment Telnet : How to get [user@hostname userFolder]$
He wants capital W, perhaps, but I don't. I did mention why, too. :)
Apr
19
answered Telnet : How to get [user@hostname userFolder]$
Apr
19
comment .mil zone DNS requests does not resolved form Russia
You think that Google hides it from me, too?
Apr
19
comment Is there any Unix window manager that looks like it is from a sci fi movie?
I tried doing this a couple of times over the years. Mostly I found that the stuff just got in my way when I was trying to actually use the computer, gave up, and went back to a fairly normal looking desktop.
Apr
19
comment .mil zone DNS requests does not resolved form Russia
I do. I just tried it! I think the problem is Google DNS though.
Apr
19
comment .mil zone DNS requests does not resolved form Russia
It's not just you. It times out from the United States too.