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Aug
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comment Do I need a Proxy Server to let all requests go through one machine?
just for clarity, that opens a SOCKS5 proxy. So you should configure your browser to connect to said proxy at localhost port 8080.
Aug
12
comment Do I need a Proxy Server to let all requests go through one machine?
A proxy's more trouble than it's worth: NAT's easier. Internet Connection Sharing on Windows is the easiest way to do so, but you can do the same in Gentoo using a series of iptables rules.
Aug
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answered Difference between Fedora 8 and Fedora 15 filesystems
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Jul
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answered Run 'screen -RD' automatically after connecting from PuTTY
Jul
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comment How can I make a simple ad-hoc port-redirect in Linux?
it's either that or add iptables rules. guess which is easier! :)
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Jul
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comment How do I properly test whether my Port Forwarding works?
@Kromey what are the symptoms of no support for hairpins? A traceroute to my router's public IP has one hop, the router, and all hosted services forward correctly and are accessible from the private LAN using external or internal IPs
Jul
7
comment Windows XP: Hard Drive Very Busy After Hibernate
MrTuttle is completely right. Your only option is to use standby instead of hibernate: in standby, power is still applied so RAM retains its contents. Also, the time hibernated shouldn't matter too much: you may be looking at a case of expected-results-bias there.
Jul
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comment How do I properly test whether my Port Forwarding works?
@Kromey every (consumer) router I've owned's worked fine...
Jul
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answered Matlab *.mat files associated with MS Office
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Jul
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revised Is it possible copy text from vim to a system buffer?
removed superuser suggestion\
Jul
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answered Is it possible copy text from vim to a system buffer?
Jun
21
comment Router reporting failed admin login attempts from home server
no, ssdp shouldn't cause this log. but it still might be doing it. ;) It may be that your router doesn't support the feature, and therefore logs your error. It also might be something else, but you should be able to narrow it down to the true culprit with Wireshark.
Jun
20
answered Router reporting failed admin login attempts from home server
Jun
20
answered What is a hard link in Linux?