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If I understand correctly you need to access some ansible variables defined for a generic host. You can access all hosts variables by the dictionary hostvars, that has hostname as primary key, for your example: {{ hostvars['foo']['ipv4']['address'] }} Credits goes to: ...


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Just follow instructions from OpenWrt WIKI page: http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/internet.connection And also this blog post is nice: http://developwithguru.com/setup-and-use-pppoe-on-openwrt/


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SSLProtocol configures which protocols (SSL or TLS) and which specific versions of those protocols will be allowed. For example this: SSLProtocol all -SSLv2 -SSLv3 means enable all supported protocols except SSLv2 and SSLv3. SSLCipherSuite configures which cipher suites can be used. Each of the protocols support different overlapping sets of ciphers; ...


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The latest best practice is not to embed the user config file under a hidden user directory unless there will be more than one user specific file for the application. Thus, you should use only ~/.fooconfig (or ~/.foorc) for the user resource file for foo. If foo has multiple user files, then it's ~/.foo/config for the configuration file along with any ...


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A SCSI device doesn't have anything exactly like SMART. A SCSI device is mostly monitored with LOG SENSE commands for its supported log pages and some of them contain information similar to what SMART provides, or at least a similar concept. The main equivalent is the "Informational Exceptions" log page 0x2f which provides an ASC/ASCQ pair that is zero if ...


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What I found is that with Ubuntu 15.04 updated thru the end of April. External USB drives can only be shared via NFS if the drive is mounted to the users home directory, and NOT THE DEFAULT Music/Video folders. Then nobody:nogroup on the server. The fsid=0 for the root of the export must there too. It all works. I can provide samples from the first ...


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On a fresh Jessie_8.0.0 installation I did: copy the old /etc/openvpn/cluster.conf (plus *.key and *.crt) files from wheezy uncommented AUTOSTART="all" in /etc/default/openvpn - I think this had no effect /lib/systemd/system-generators/openvpn-generator cluster systemctl restart openvpn@cluster.service Now the tunnel is up - I will see what will happen ...



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