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Sep
20
comment How can I “snapshot” an Ubuntu Server installation and deploy it to multiple other machines
Thanks I'll take a look.
Jan
8
comment Routing all Traffic through OpenVPN Tunnel
Brilliant, thanks.
Jul
26
comment Router seems to be restricting bandwidth from my cable modem
I ordered an Asus RT-N16 which has an extra 130MHz. The E2000 on 354MHz gets ~35Mbps on DD-WRT and ~85Mbps on Tomato. Hopefully this extra juice on the RT-N16 with Tomato will give me my full bandwidth and the features I need as well. Thanks for your answer, it helped me get to this point.
Jul
26
comment Router seems to be restricting bandwidth from my cable modem
Seems DD-WRT has something to do with it too: dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=538399
Jul
26
comment Router seems to be restricting bandwidth from my cable modem
Thanks and good point. The AirPort Extreme seems to have a 1.2GHz CPU while the E2000 has a 354MHz CPU. Unfortunately, I need the NAT part of the router so I may have to just purchase a better one. Any recommendations (preferably DD-WRT and/or Tomato compatible)?
Jul
25
comment Router seems to be restricting bandwidth from my cable modem
@hydroparadise: Seems the WAN is 1Gb/s too - dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Linksys_E2000
Jul
25
comment Router seems to be restricting bandwidth from my cable modem
@Logman: Same cables every time
Jul
25
comment Router seems to be restricting bandwidth from my cable modem
@Ramhound: Yes, tried stock, DD-WRT and Tomato USB
Jul
25
comment Router seems to be restricting bandwidth from my cable modem
@hydroparadise: No I haven't but I will try this
Sep
8
comment Default handling for unmatched domains/subdomains in Apache
I put some default configurations in the ports.conf. It wasn't working because I tried to match *:80 when I was using <ip>:80 on my virtualhosts. Instead I had to create a separate default entry for each IP and it works now.
Sep
7
comment Default handling for unmatched domains/subdomains in Apache
Thanks but could you please elaborate? I can't get this to work.
Aug
17
comment How would I set up a Linux Virtual Machine in a similar way to a headless server?
One of the most important things I needed to do was to bridge the network adapter as mentioned here and in OGs post. I marked this one as accepted because it also included how to run headless. Thanks!
Mar
6
comment How do I access internal network virtual hosts in Apache?
Thanks very much.
Mar
6
comment How do I access internal network virtual hosts in Apache?
I tried adding ServerAlias <subdomain> but still nothing.
Mar
6
comment How do I access internal network virtual hosts in Apache?
Updated again, I can access it using the IP directly but I don't know how to distinguish between different vhosts running different subdomains.
Mar
6
comment How do I access internal network virtual hosts in Apache?
Sorry I updated my question for clarification. It works fine externally.
Dec
13
comment Is it possible to run an x86 binary on an ARM processor?
Great, thank you, I didn't know this existed. Might take some convincing to get the others using it but I think the fact that it's the highest quality coupled with the lowest latency helps massively.
Sep
8
comment Connect to Linux by name rather than IP
Loads of great answers - thanks to everyone - though I had to pick one so I picked the most detailed.
Sep
8
comment Connect to Linux by name rather than IP
Haha, I like the PostIt notes option :)
Sep
7
comment Connect to Linux by name rather than IP
Both my LAN and the world (though I think I know how to set up the world access so this question is more for LAN) - and the root@ was more example than anything - I do actually use a user.