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Jul
15
comment How can I find out the number of arguments that are actually passed to a bash function?
Use system variable $#. You can see example [here][1] [1]: stackoverflow.com/questions/18568706/…
Jul
14
comment Hard Drive Clone Proofing or Licensing to One Computer only
I don't think this is possible, except of encrypting entire disk, so nobody except you with the password would be able to use the hard drive.
Jul
12
answered cloning micro sd card failed, dd commands correct?
Jul
12
comment The computer occasionally freezes
@АскарТуташов doesn't matter if you have enough RAM if Windows decides to swap. Did you checked if swap is used?
Jul
11
comment Can't connect to server on the same router
Can you at least ping the device on A when you are on A? Isn't the A firewall blocking communication between ports?
Jul
11
comment Firewall filter rules and traceroute
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jul
11
comment Firewall filter rules and traceroute
@geewee I was not saying anything about they making decisions, just that traceroute without hops will probably just show output like ping based on implementation
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
It could also happen in the past, so try the same cat /var/log/messages | grep /dev/sdc but for different messages files you can see in there. Start with the newest -20150705 and work backwards
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
Sorry, I forgot you already mentioned distro in question. It's based on RedHat which I don't know so well, but try cat /var/log/messages | grep /dev/sdc or cat /var/log/lastlog | grep /dev/sdc
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
hmm, could you post result of ls -la /var/log? What linux distribution is it?
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
it should be in /var/log/syslog, try cat /var/log/syslog | grep /dev/sdc
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
@user468261 see my comment above, I realized that it looks like the device is no more connected, so probably someone has disconnected it.
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
Actually it looks like it has been disconnected altogether, as fdisk should show it even if it's not mounted.
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
well it looks like the /dev/sdc is not mounted properly, try umounting it and mounting it back. Are you sure there is filesystem?
Jul
11
comment How to access drive on linux
@user468261 sorry, didn't notice that, please put here result of fdisk -l
Jul
11
answered How to access drive on linux
Jul
11
comment Install windows, no CD-ROM, locked bios
@theusual than I suggest trying this instructables.com/id/… but I wasn't able to work it on my PC, but it was in special circumstances (dual boot) so it may work for you
Jul
11
comment Firewall filter rules and traceroute
@geewee yes, but ping contact directly end device and this can respond even on local network, however traceroute is trying to go via each 3. layer hop on a way, and if there aren't any, it wont work, it will work just like a ping, depending on a implementation
Jul
11
answered Install windows, no CD-ROM, locked bios
Jul
11
comment Firewall filter rules and traceroute
If you cannot ping the server, most likely it's local firewall is stopping it. This is normal as to stop DDoS attacks. The reason traceroute works on pro configuration is probably that they have separated local network to more subnetworks, so router has to route the packets and therefore there are hops.