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comment Running Chrome on Slackware
Accept the answer then, please :)
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answered How do I chroot LDAP users in proftpd AND allow a single LDAP admin user access to everything?
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answered Running Chrome on Slackware
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comment A proxy-kind program that listens on local port and transfers everything to LAN server
I can't seem to find any examples where routing is done based on ports. Could you post some?
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comment How can I search for videos with specific length or resolution?
Well technically it is, but you must specify it in 100ns units, e.g., 600 000 000 = 60s = 1m.
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revised How can I search for videos with specific length or resolution?
added a link for more information, fixed a typo
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comment A proxy-kind program that listens on local port and transfers everything to LAN server
What i meant was: is it possible to route a port? I thought routing only works on IPs. An example would be greatly appreciated!
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answered How can I search for videos with specific length or resolution?
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answered How to open the Recycle Bin from the Windows command line?
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comment A proxy-kind program that listens on local port and transfers everything to LAN server
Im not sure Im following you. I assume that if the software doesn't have configuration for server IP/port then it must connect to 127.0.0.1:port. So how does routing helps me?