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Jan
28
comment Limit traffic from single IP behind Linux router
That's what I did already and it didn't work, but I've found a different solution using packet marking.
Jan
28
comment Limit traffic from single IP behind Linux router
Update: it works when I use match src *external_ip*, that is, using the IP assigned to p3p1. But it doesn't match the IP of the client on the LAN.
Jan
28
comment Limit traffic from single IP behind Linux router
That doesn't work. It appears the IP is not getting matched. Could this be due to how the NAT is set up on the server?
Jan
27
comment Limit traffic from single IP behind Linux router
The IP is static; I set it in the dhcp server's configuration file, from the MAC address.
Oct
27
comment Downloads stop half way on Windows over Ethernet
But the virtual machine is attached to a NAT so all traffic is passed through Windows, is it not?
Mar
1
comment Prevent Excel from changing formula of last row of table when adding a new row
It is a real table as in an Excel table. I tried using OFFSET and it didn't work.
Sep
6
comment Sudden rise in temperature of new hard drive
I've already had one disk fail in this server, and that was new.
Sep
6
comment Sudden rise in temperature of new hard drive
True, but I won't know if it's about to fail until it actually fails...
Sep
6
comment Sudden rise in temperature of new hard drive
Simple and totally ineffective :)
Sep
6
comment Sudden rise in temperature of new hard drive
It's strange because it has suddenly gone down to its normal level since. There are no papers or anything around it; it's exposed (although the airflow is not good in the room). It could be that something was keeping it spinning as you say, because when I was doing a manual backup it was hovering around the 41C mark while in constant use.
Sep
1
comment nice has no effect in Linux unless the same shell is used
Could somebody confirm that I'm not losing my mind, and Linux does in fact support system-wide process prioritisation? If so, how do I use it? Or if not, I'll install a better OS.
Sep
1
comment nice has no effect in Linux unless the same shell is used
So prioritisation is meaningless unless you're talking about processes started by the same shell, by the same user etc.? That sounds bonkers.
Aug
19
comment Copy failing drive in order to retrieve files?
I would much prefer to make a new partition as it would be cleaner (i.e. not fragmented). I would not need a third drive actually, because the broken drive is 500GB, whereas the new drive is double that. But I have an external drive if the need arises anyway.
Aug
15
comment Windows 7 can't write to root of non-system drive
I removed my page file, and the problem isn't fixed. I really want to fix this issue. It seems like poor programming on Microsoft's part.
Aug
15
comment Windows 7 can't write to root of non-system drive
Where would you suggest moving the page file? I need it (commonly paging despite having 8GB RAM - photo editing for you). It's not going on the SSD :P
Aug
15
comment Windows 7 can't write to root of non-system drive
No, but the error is due to UAC, not a filesystem error. UAC is preventing me from writing to the root of a drive, because it thinks it's the system drive for some reason. Do you think it's actually worth doing a disk check?
Aug
15
comment Windows 7 can't write to root of non-system drive
There are no deny rules in place, and I am trying to write to the root by right clicking and hitting "new bitmap image". Or, by trying to get Photoshop to use F: as its scratch disk.
Aug
15
comment Windows 7 can't write to root of non-system drive
It just says "Healthy (Page File)" under the status thing.
Aug
15
comment Windows 7 can't write to root of non-system drive
NTFS. The reason I want to be able to write to the root is so that I can store my Photoshop scratch file there.
Aug
4
comment Windows app to grab webcam snapshots?
That one's excellent - thanks very much! :D