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revised Using an old router as its own Wifi network?
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comment Using an old router as its own Wifi network?
@GhostKoi : Sometimes! Sometimes you have to make router B stop trying to set up NAT within the other router's NAT and sometimes the routers both try to issue IP addresses to machines, so you usually have to turn off some bits of the router B-equivalent (which is what "Access Point" mode usually does).
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answered Using an old router as its own Wifi network?
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answered scp protocol error: bad mode
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comment If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
And of course, in a cluster environment, you can keep the app stack on a distributed/network filesystem, serve the base OS via PXE or similar, and run the nodes diskless if you want.
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answered How to launch a GUI from Ubuntu Terminal and come back to the $ prompt?
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comment Transfering about 300gb in files from one server to another
It's almost certainly not the best tool for this job, but you may be interested in the fact that you can stream tar through an ssh connection rather than having to compress to a file before moving the file: tar cz | ssh user@example.com tar xz
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