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answered Can't ssh in with public key
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comment Computer freezes when idle
well if your computer freezes when idle how about you run a program that keeps moving the mouse so it doesn't go idle (I doubt it freezes when idle.. i'm sure it freezes on use as well.. ). You have to check event viewer.
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comment How to decode text file with symbols like \uXXXX?
You should link to the file or a shorten form of it put it on ge.tt because it's not clear what you're talking about
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comment need to start GUI program in Windows through ssh
I doubt what you wrote there makes much sense but anyhow, SSH starts a command line, a shell. You cannot make a GUI come up from there. An exception is maybe when the server is on a linux machine it's possible with X11 forwarding. or if you're tunneling VNC through it you'll see a GUI because VNC does that even without SSH
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answered Windows keeps using a preferred DNS server?
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comment Windows keeps using a preferred DNS server?
You could have been more useful and NAMED the "virus".. I would note that I have seen this behaviour from some malware called PenWes that runs as a DNS server
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comment Windows keeps using a preferred DNS server?
mine is changing to it and i'm not infected according to that site
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comment What happens if I put an 1.5V ram stick in a 1.65V rated Motherboardslot?
@Ramhound Because googling for 1.65v and the number you wrote and wikipedia, brought it up and was quick and more than enough to just tell you why I thought you got the number wrong. (i'd have preferred if wikpedia had thrown up a DDR3 page but it didn't matter). I didn't need to take an interest in a particular motherboard(an interest that wouldn't be of much use to me), to give me good reason to think you had got the number wrong in that first comment of yours.
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comment linux ssh error while connecting to the host
-1 for not posting the answer, and furthermore that'd be ssh_config not what you called it in your last comment at dec 6 16:39.
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comment What happens if I put an 1.5V ram stick in a 1.65V rated Motherboardslot?
Ramhound, you just wrote "the default is 1.64v" I have checked wikipedia and there is no mention of 1.64v anywhere. There is a mention of 1.65V in the DDR4 page. I think you got the number wrong when you tried to correct him, or you made a typo and didn't read your own comment.
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comment Router as VLAN broker bridge on single managed switch?
In Case B, while I do suggest putting the Router and Modem in the same VLAN that I thought is what you are suggesting too when you write "The cable modem's Ethernet interface and the router's WAN or external interface need to be able to communicate. So both Port 1[where he has his modem] and Port 2[where he has his router] should be in the same VLAN." That is essentially having a switch between them, though you comment about not putting a switch between them.
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comment Router as VLAN broker bridge on single managed switch?
I am not asking why he should use a managed switch. And, regarding putting a switch between modem and router.. I am not sure whether you mean the VLAN aware device or some new switch.. so i'm not sure if you understnnd me right. But, looking at his question, he has the router and modem on two different VLANs which is effectively like having a switch between them, which is probably wrong. I am not suggesting having a switch between them. In Case A, I suggest having the modem plugged into the router so no switch between them...
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comment Router as VLAN broker bridge on single managed switch?
i'm familiar with NAPT. When I say modem I mean bridging, and router doing NAT (so no double NAT and so the better device doing NAT). I am less familiar with VLANs. I still don't see why not either A)plug the cable modem into the router and set the port the router in connected to, to be in every VLAN. or B)Put router and modem in same VLAN(as you say) but put the pair of them in every VLAN