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comment Reject routes for IPv6Tunnel in Windows 10
I'm not an expert at this either, but this particular kind of "being ready" seems weird, as routes between peers aren't added by hand, they are transmitted via BGP. So I don't see any reason for HE to attempt to route stuff via Cogent if they don't peer right now... (Surely there are indirect paths between HE and Cogent via some other ISPs?)
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comment apache SSL configuration using trusted certificates
@Mike: More specifically, OpenSSL can use either a bundled file or a "hashed directory", while GnuTLS only supports a single-file bundle. /// Speaking of which, note that SSLCertificateChainFile is deprecated as well – the "chain" contents should be appended to your certificate file instead.
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answered apache SSL configuration using trusted certificates
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comment Reject routes for IPv6Tunnel in Windows 10
You missed my point entirely...
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comment Reject routes for IPv6Tunnel in Windows 10
Hmm, if HE does not have any route at all to those addresses, I'd have expected their routers to return a "Destination unreachable"...
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revised What font does Windows use in dialog boxes?
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comment How to read raw serial data on linux?
Did you configure /dev/ttyUSB1 for the baud rate?
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comment Manually create Private RSA Key from Text file? To be used with SSL for IIS7
The input file extensions don't matter here (in fact different people tend to use .pem, .crt, .cert, .cer, .der, .x509 for the exact same thing, since it's not part of the standard) – as long as it contains a recognizable certificate and/or key.
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comment Manually create Private RSA Key from Text file? To be used with SSL for IIS7
@SaeedNeamati: The input is two files, the -inkey PKCS#1(or PKCS#7)-format private key file and the -in X.509 certificate file (with public key), as commonly used by Linux services. The output is a combined PKCS#12 archive for easy importing to Windows, with both keys and the certificate (often, intermediate issuer certificates are included as well).
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revised Ping between two Linux systems via an intermediate Linux fails
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comment How to start a systemd service after user login and stop it before user logout
Does systemctl --user work on F23?
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answered Why does nano not redraw the screen correctly on some systems?
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comment Why does nano not redraw the screen correctly on some systems?
No, you did say that you have TERM=xterm-256color, which implies xterm or compatible, and the Linux text-mode console is not xterm-compatible. It needs TERM=linux.
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comment Is there a cloudLESS method to sync your files using your phone
There's BTSync, and maybe syncthing?
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comment Why does nano not redraw the screen correctly on some systems?
What size does stty size report? Is this a serial tty? Are you really using xterm – the photos look more like the Linux console? (It cannot possibly be shell-specific because the shell has no say in this, it just interprets commands.)
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comment ioctl error during btrfs send
That's not unusual at all. HDDs don't usually fail completely – you start with just a few bad sectors and they spread over time. (You don't even notice the first few because the drive has spare areas to reallocate them, unless you habitually check SMART counters.)
Feb
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revised Is there any way to restrict user to change his own password only in AWS IAM
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revised PuTTY terminal behaviour differs between two accounts on same server
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comment PuTTY terminal behaviour differs between two accounts on same server
Ah, yeah, one more thing then.
Feb
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answered PuTTY terminal behaviour differs between two accounts on same server