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Apr
3
awarded  Commentator
Apr
3
comment Unable to access the server via SSH
Basically, no. The problem is not with the server's DNS but with the DNS associated with where you're connecting from, which the ISP controls. Specifically, it looks like they have PTR records set up but no corresponding A records. You could fake the A record on the DNS your server uses for resolution, since you appear to be connecting from a static IP.
Apr
3
answered Unpack this directory into your PYTHONPATH?
Apr
3
comment How to manually close a port
Do you want to close extant connections, prevent further ones on the same port, or both?
Apr
3
awarded  Supporter
Apr
3
answered Is there a way to enable compatibility mode for all executables in a certain folder and its subfolders?
Apr
3
comment Blocked port 25 on Windows 7 64 bit
Would you consider adding that as an answer and accepting it? If someone else has the same problem, they're more likely to look at this if it's listed as having an accepted answer.
Apr
3
comment Restoring the Fonts folder by using a restore point
I'm sorry to hear you had to reinstall, but glad you got sorted in the end.
Mar
30
comment Restoring the Fonts folder by using a restore point
That's... surprising. Did you get an error message that might help diagnose what's going on?
Mar
30
awarded  Teacher
Mar
30
answered Restoring the Fonts folder by using a restore point
Mar
30
answered What video format(s) should be used to serve Macs, PCs, and Mobile Devices?
Mar
30
answered How to copy Netscape email
Mar
30
answered When using automatic proxy configuration in IE, does the settings get stored locally?
Mar
30
answered Writing scripts that work with my emails
Mar
30
awarded  Editor
Mar
30
revised Usage of two Routers on LAN
Added uncertainty over whether IPTV would work with the Thomson in configured as bridge.
Mar
30
answered Usage of two Routers on LAN
Mar
30
answered How to send a popup message to an unknown computer connected to my WLAN?
Sep
5
awarded  Autobiographer