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comment Can a Military-Grade wipe harm an SSD?
Otherwise you could give an full erase a try, but it would enough to do it once on an SSD. 35-times is useless on an SSD. Your issue has been that you didn't have done it right. SSD are doing a lot of optimization internally, you may not be able to securely delete it that easy.
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comment Can a Military-Grade wipe harm an SSD?
If your information is really "classified high security" you should go and destroy the device physically since the data may be worth more than the hardware.
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comment Local DNS server
Yes, that is what I would it expect it to work. But I wasn't sure if the DNS will use the local ones or the remote DNS entries when there exist both (on the remote DNS the 'correct' DNS for outside access and the 'local' DNS for inside access).
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revised Local DNS server
fixed typo
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comment Local DNS server
Sorry, just used the wrong word in the last 3 lines. Meant DNS of course! Fixed it. ;)
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answered Is there any way to recover my sudo power?