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Apr
20
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
15
asked X11vnc server full screen?
Mar
25
comment What is the proper way of setting up two IP’s with one domain name?
Are you saying the subdomain is just refrenced to the IP to the Server? That way any services that are forwarded will see that IP blah blah resolves to sub1.example.com? (This is what i'm thinking)
Mar
25
comment What is the proper way of setting up two IP’s with one domain name?
So what you are saying is if I put in the zone file that sub1 points to your public IP on the Server not hosting bind that would work? Would you need to open port 53 onthe server the subdomain points to. Can it be any other port? I know basic networking, I'm just confused because of the client-server model when it comes to this. If I don't install Bind on the Server with subdomain how does it know what service the subdomain is pointing to ?
Mar
25
accepted What is the proper way of setting up two IP’s with one domain name?
Mar
25
asked What is the proper way of setting up two IP’s with one domain name?
Mar
18
asked VirtualBox Network confusion?
Mar
11
accepted Raspbian :Automatically mount external drives (plug & play)
Mar
11
comment Raspbian :Automatically mount external drives (plug & play)
Ya that would work. Very similar to using fstab though...
Mar
9
asked Raspbian :Automatically mount external drives (plug & play)
Mar
9
comment Linux Name Resolution-Samba or Bind
From this wiki.debian.org/ZeroConf it sounds like ZeroConf utilities discover services,but do not resolve the machine host name to its current IP. I personally do not want to install a zeroconf utility on all my devices. Again, this would take way more time to do.
Mar
9
comment Linux Name Resolution-Samba or Bind
So your saying that if I install zero-config mDNS ultiliy such as Avahi to my linux box (x100), I should see X100(and its services) from any device on my network?
Mar
9
revised Linux Name Resolution-Samba or Bind
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Mar
9
comment Linux Name Resolution-Samba or Bind
I actually favor using Bind,over a combo of bonjour & samaba. Yet I'm trying to see if this would be the best option.
Mar
9
comment Linux Name Resolution-Samba or Bind
@DanielB Yes I realize configuring Bind would take time. I'm looking for the BEST option not the quickest. Installing bonjour for Windows, Linux, and any other device to talk with a MAC (or device that uses bonjour), would take way more time.
Mar
9
asked Linux Name Resolution-Samba or Bind
Feb
4
answered Mount Command Yes, Fstab No
Feb
4
comment Mount Command Yes, Fstab No
I voted down because I would of had to have cifs-utils in order to mount with cifs as I successfully did above. The problem is with fstab.
Feb
4
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Feb
3
revised Mount Command Yes, Fstab No
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