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Jan
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answered Implications of using 192.168.1.255 for second access point
Jan
5
comment Implications of using 192.168.1.255 for second access point
because it is the default broadcast address on a network - Completely depends on your subnet mask. If you happened to have a /22 mask it would be a perfectly valid address.
Jan
5
comment tripwire should ignore /etc when /etc/ntp.drift is the only change
I suggest that you simply modify your configs so ntp.drift gets stored under /var instead of /etc.
Dec
23
reviewed Leave Open Is it possible to connect 2 separate VPNs?
Dec
23
reviewed Close custom outlook reminder addin or VBA
Dec
23
reviewed Close How can I partition out damaged sectors on a HDD?
Dec
23
reviewed Close sftp an entire directory to a remote machine?
Dec
23
reviewed Leave Open How to get my USB 3 hard drive working with a USB 2 device
Dec
23
comment How to get my USB 3 hard drive working with a USB 2 device
If your drive has an external power adapter like you mentioned, then this shouldn't be an issue.
Dec
22
comment What minimum'allows' should be used in iptables rules?
I found in the log two probes from China - You are somewhat over-reacting to being probed. If you are connected to the Internet, you will be probed, even if waste your time by using obscure ports.
Dec
19
comment 300Mbs on a wi-fi router are available for each connection? Or that bandwidth is shared among the devices?
Wireless networking is like a hub.
Dec
11
comment Is it possible to check for blips in internet using SSH tunnels?
It is very unusual that a very short interruption would cause an SSH session to break. I have had SSH session that survive after a reboot of an intermediate router between the client and server. Are you sure you have properly diagnosed your problem? What you probably should do is setup a real monitoring system. Something like Smokeping, Nagios, etc instead of trying to re-invent the wheel.
Dec
10
comment Caching all processes for specific windows user
What exactly do you mean by cache processes? Are you talking about having those processes moved out of RAM to the pagefile, or?
Dec
10
comment Linux user in group can't cd into directory with executable permission
It is fuse based see the type fuseblk in your mount output. But you have the allow_other option enabled, so you should be able to ignore that as the source of the problem.
Dec
10
comment SSH stopped forwarding ports
It is possible to use selinux on Debian. Though it certainly isn't standard. I was just wildly speculating. What you probably need to do is start by your ssh server, in debug mode with a high level of verbosity, then connect with your client with a high level of verbosity. You might get more useful errors.
Dec
10
comment Linux user in group can't cd into directory with executable permission
I assume /media/pc is a mounted filesystem? How was this filesystem mounted? Did you happen to mount it with fuse perhaps? Fuse has a feature to make a filesystem only useable by a single user. serverfault.com/questions/188894/…
Dec
10
comment SSH stopped forwarding ports
What distro are you running? Could this be an selinux issue perhaps?
Dec
10
revised Change Windows Desktop Background command line
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Dec
10
answered Change Windows Desktop Background command line
Dec
10
comment SSH stopped forwarding ports
Run sudo netstat -ntlp on your ssh client. Are you sure you don't have something else already listening on those ports? Do you have an SSH connection that didn't get closed properly perhaps?