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[all variants] Operating rack mount server outside of cabinetview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I have a dl385 g2 server along with 2 other servers. They are in a cabinet atm in my garage. How ever I would like to use one for playing games and know how to go about putting in a graphics card and have that all sorted. My problem now is whether it is safe to operate the server outside of the cabinet. (Hardware)

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SSH Connectivityview story

http://www.unix.com – I am trying to setup a password less connection from a Linux server to Window server and will be using a script to scp a file without using password. Linux Server (source) servername : testlinux id : testbatch Windows Server (Target) servername : testwin id : testwinlogin I copied the pub key under the testbatch .ssh2 directory to the windows server and put it there under the C:\Us (HowTos)

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Is bond0 ready and a bonding interface? - 4G Bonding Router Problems (RPI)view story

http://www.unix.com – HI all, First post on the forum, and my first proper project on the Paspberry Pi, so sorry if this is in the wrong place. I am trying to turn my Pi in to a 3G/4G Bonding router. I have been researching and trying this for a week or so now. The basic plan is to have up to 6 ZTE MF823 USB dongles. The Pi would then bond them together in to bond0. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Ubuntu Cloud Networking Problem/Setupview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am running Ubuntu 14.04.1 and just completed an Ubuntu Cloud install. The install is on bare metal and I chose an "single machine install" for the Openstack/Cloud installation. (Hardware)

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Dell ECC DDR3 from a c6105 on a Supermicro boardview story

http://hardforum.com – Does anyone know, off-hand, if Dell Registered ECC DDR3 is generally interchangeable with other manufacturers' boards? I'm pretty sure it should but curious if anyone knows first-hand. I'm trying to see if Dell ECC DDR3 out of a c6105 server would work on my Supermicro H8QG6-F ... (Hardware)

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[ubuntu] Enable GUI for UBUNTU server version 14.14view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi I'm new to Ubuntu / Linux. We have downloaded CD (one CD) for UBUNTU server 14.04. We are using Hyper V 2012 R2 and installing in virtualized environment. Now my question is - is there a way to add GUI to server version, while installing the server we selected GNOME, but end up with errors. Now we prepared the server w/o GUI Looking for your help Thanks in advance (Hardware)

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Does android save a log of its own IP addresses?view story

http://android.stackexchange.com – I have a Wifi network to which I connect at work. The IP address has always been DHCP, but today the DHCP server is down. If I can figure out what IP address I had, I can set it statically (after checking to make sure another device hasn't already taken it, via ping from my desktop). Does Android have a log anywhere of the IP addresses it is leased? (HowTos)

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Make directory used as mount point read-onlyview story

http://www.unix.com – For my backup , I mount and external hard disk to /mnt/mybackup and then I do an rsync to /mnt/mybackup If for some reason the rsync fails, I want to prevent it from writing data on the server hard disk itself since the external hard disk will no longer be mounted on it. I want /mnt/mybackup directory to be read-only and when my external device (e.g /dev/sda1) is mounted on it then I want it to (HowTos)

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Save the date: 24th of October, joint webcast with our partner Univentionview story

http://blog.mandriva.com – Following the strategic partnership with Univention , in order to mark the release of Univention Corporate Server powered by Pulse, Mandriva and Univention decided to organize a series of informative webcasts with a Q&A session. Following the success of previous webcasts, Mandriva invites you for a yet another joint webcast planned for the 24th of October. Time: 10:00 Paris time       Duratio (General)

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Install PXE Server On CentOS 7view story

http://www.unixmen.com – A PXE server allows your client computers to boot and install a Linux distribution over the network, without the need of burning Linux iso images, or human interaction. For this test, I use vmware... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] (HowTos)