I have a question which is conceptual in nature, is it possible to receive traffic from a remote host to my host machine even if the ping from host to remote machine is not happening in Linux( Red Hat).
I hope my question is clear that is it possible for a connection to happen from a host to remote machine even if it is not pinging from host to remote machine in Red Hat Linux.
Is there any way to add more tv brands to the lg volts quick remote? we only have like 12 brands compared to the lg g2's quick remote. if i were to root. would i be able to take the apk of the lg g3's quick remote and put it on my lg volt? please tell me if i can side load it or not
I have a USB device that reads data from a system and transfers them to the computer. I am wondering if it's possible to have a Linux single board PC (i.e Rasperry Pi) to run a script and be a remote-server for my USB device and I can connect to that "remote-server"(Linux) through SSH or FTP or another protocol (over internet) and mount that USB port to my computer.
I have a old computer, where I want to install Linux. It will be server but I want to use as normal operating system. But I have problem, because I don't have display for this computer, because this display is for another computer. I will have monitor only during installation time.
For configurating and using Linux I want to have remote desktop.
I have a Linux host and couple of routerboadrs. I created a GRE tunnel, but Linux does not answer keepalive packages. Then router mark gre connection as unreachable, so I cant send to Linux host from router subnet. If linux sends something into tunnel (ping, etc.) - RouterOS mark connection as reacheble.