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answered Is it possible to bridge Ethernet and WiFi on IP level for the same network?
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comment Is it possible to bridge Ethernet and WiFi on IP level for the same network?
@DRSDavidSoft I know about it but that's not possible directly due to WiFi limitations (see update).
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comment Is it possible to bridge Ethernet and WiFi on IP level for the same network?
Except that it is not possible to bridge with WiFi cards.
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asked Is it possible to bridge Ethernet and WiFi on IP level for the same network?
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comment Can hibernating the computer damage the RAM?
Computers usually use DRAM so it seems unlikely as the DRAM is constantly refreshed. I means that whole RAM is read and written to about 15 times per second. So it would seem likely that any other read/write would have negligible effect on lifetime. Assume you would hibernate/resume only for 15 minutes each time - you would get 13500 writes of whole memory due to refreshes and 1 due to resume.
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comment How to debug when a router refuses to route for one specific device?
@user3767013 IIRC I could but I will check next time.
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asked How to debug when a router refuses to route for one specific device?
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comment run a computer without RAM?
In addition to what @reirab said it's possible to run a 'PC' without DRAM in a sense of executing instructions - this is mode in which system operates before the DRAM controller is initialized (it's done by BIOS/EFI/Coreboot etc.). However it's unlikely that you'll be able to do anything useful as most components probably use DMA anyway.
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comment Swap partition size on a 64 GB RAM computer for memory-intensive work
@JasonC - other option is just put it in LVM and don't bother with such details as 'where to put partition to resize it later'.
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comment Winbind group lookup painfully slow
@Marty What distro are you using? Also they are in /usr/lib/sudo not /usr/libexec/sudo, at least on Gentoo.