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Oct
21
revised Clarification of the difference between PCI memory addressing and I/O addressing?
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Oct
21
answered Clarification of the difference between PCI memory addressing and I/O addressing?
Oct
21
comment Firewall rule for ClockworkMod Tether
use tcpdump -i eth0 to identify the ports, where eth0 is the interface that is connected to the internet
Oct
21
comment About Wireless Router with 1:1 NAT Function
Then by some WiFi access point if it save some money. I believe your current router is capable to handle many clients and that you misuse 1:1 related to the NAT in this case at least.
Oct
21
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Oct
21
comment Tunneling HTTPS traffic via a PUTTY/SSL tunnel with SOCKS
I really do not understand why do you use dynamic port, but if it works for you, then fine
Oct
21
comment Tunneling HTTPS traffic via a PUTTY/SSL tunnel with SOCKS
The former one, the daemon on Ubuntu machine
Oct
21
comment Something stange in /etc/rc0.d
I am not familiar with Ubuntu, but it most likely that Ubuntu also switches to systemd management of services
Oct
21
answered Tunneling HTTPS traffic via a PUTTY/SSL tunnel with SOCKS
Oct
21
answered I have a server I can SSH in. How can I use my laptop (os x) to tunnel through that in a certain browser?
Oct
21
comment How to move a software RAID 1 to a new pair of larger drives?
then perhaps the method you described is the optimal one. If you were using LVM you would create the new array from it, then create a PhysicalVolume on that new array, add it to the existing Volume Group and migrate all Physical Extent's off the old array. Then remove the old array PV's from VG. So, nearly zero downtime. Unfortunately this is not an option in your case.
Oct
21
comment How to move a software RAID 1 to a new pair of larger drives?
Yes, please. I got from the original post that you are running CentOS. I am more interested if you run the LVM on top of this raid.
Oct
21
comment Using a vnc client through ssh tunnel
I don't know why. I have no experience with Mac
Oct
21
answered What is the correct domain with a samba server?
Oct
21
answered Using a vnc client through ssh tunnel
Oct
21
comment How to move a software RAID 1 to a new pair of larger drives?
It would be nice if you clarify what SW raid solution is used and if your server is capable to connect two more drives simultaneously.
Oct
21
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Oct
20
comment About Wireless Router with 1:1 NAT Function
What IP address do you have at your workstation? the public one or in the form 192.168.x.x.? How many computers/pda/other devices you are going to connect to the internet over WiFi?
Oct
20
comment Spoofing MAC address to match other device
No. You can't have two devices with the same MAC connected simultaneously. So, you disconnect first device, then connect another.
Oct
20
comment Staying anonymous while hosting your site?
James, if it is religion and you are confident in your views why do you need to hide your identity? If you feel that your beliefs will not be popular with those with whom you live, then you probably need to change the place? Sorry, for my English, I am not a native speaker... Anyway, SU is not the right place to discuss this...