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accepted lshw shows wrong information about memory slots
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answered How to install linux to some physical computers efficiently
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asked How can I make Virtualbox ignore specific keys?
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comment Can I resume an interrupted disk image done with dd?
Thank you, it did the work.
Jun
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comment Can I resume an interrupted disk image done with dd?
Well, the problem is solved. Although overheating was harmful, largest performance increase was achieved with bigger block size/bs (several megabytes). Anyway, skipping/seeking helped too.
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comment Can I resume an interrupted disk image done with dd?
So, if the command I've used was: sudo dd if=/dev/sda5 of=/media/Data1/clone.img then now I should use sudo dd if=/dev/sda5 of=/media/Data1/clone.img seek=NN skip=NN where NN is a number corresponding to 25 GB? Thank you, that makes sense.
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asked Can I resume an interrupted disk image done with dd?
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comment lshw shows wrong information about memory slots
Thank you for response. The slot I've found was the slot with real gigabyte ram. It was found by opening laptop's underside, which was relatively easy. If, as you wrote, free slot is on the other side of the motherboard, then I should disassemble laptop, put out hard disk, all hardware and, finally, motherboard - a bit uneasy process. I'll look if there is a sense in it.
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comment lshw shows wrong information about memory slots
Well, I'll look, if I missed it.
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comment Sharing Internet connection via ssh
@grawity: I've connected all computers and providers wire to four router ports. Then I ran dhclient on all computers and set ips via ifconfig, so I now have desktop eth0 as 192.168.0.100 and laptops eth0's as 192.168.0.101 and 192.168.0.102. After that I run pppoeconf on computer I select (for example, desktop), enter my providers login and password. Now Internet is working only on desktop. Then I ssh -X from laptops to desktop, run browsers and browse web. So, desktop has eth0 and ppp0 and laptops ony eth0's.
May
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comment Sharing Internet connection via ssh
And about sharing connections - all solutions which i've seen involved second network card or router. As I told, i will buy a new router, but i'm curious - if I can surf internet on all computers with one net card per computer and a switch - why can't I get full intenet access with one card? I don't see why it's not technically possible.
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comment Sharing Internet connection via ssh
Well, I'll have a look at -w flag. Maybe it will help.