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Linux system administrator


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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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answered bash: Running a program from the console without holding it up or line noise
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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answered What is Inetpub directory?
Jun
19
comment How can a Virtualbox host connect to a guest VM when host wireless is disabled / host Ethernet cable is unplugged?
The host-only interface is solving the issue for the connection between host and guest. I have added a second network adapter (NAT) for the guest to have an access to Internet because a host-only interface does not provide access to the outside. If the Ethernet cable is unplugged, the guest loses the access to Internet, but the host can still communicate with the guest. Thank you again Mulaz!
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
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accepted How can a Virtualbox host connect to a guest VM when host wireless is disabled / host Ethernet cable is unplugged?
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awarded  Student
Jun
18
asked How can a Virtualbox host connect to a guest VM when host wireless is disabled / host Ethernet cable is unplugged?
Jun
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answered How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
Oct
26
awarded  Analytical
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awarded  Editor
Oct
25
revised Using 7zip by date
deleted 30 characters in body
Oct
25
answered Using 7zip by date
Oct
4
comment Which linux should I run on this vintage box?
What is the purpose of this machine? Should a desktop environment be installed on it or will this machine be used as a small server?
Sep
24
answered How to mount a partition at startup for single user, and deny access for the others?
Sep
12
comment What is /usr/bin/[ and how do I use it?
See serverfault.com/questions/138951/what-is-usr-bin
Jul
30
comment How to mount XFS filesystem in ubuntu
The command fdisk -l from my last comment was just to know the partition layout of your hard drive and to be sure that your xfs partition was located on /dev/sdb1. Using it after sudo mount -t xfs /dev/sdb1 /mnt/stora should not change anything to its output. Is the command mount | grep /dev/sdb1 returning anything after you have mounted your partition with sudo mount -t xfs /dev/sdb1 /mnt/stora? If not, did you get any other error message when mounting the partition?
Jul
30
answered How to mount XFS filesystem in ubuntu
Jul
30
comment How to mount XFS filesystem in ubuntu
Could you please post the output of fdisk -l /dev/sdb? I suppose the device for your partition may be /dev/sdb1 and not /dev/sdb.