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Feb
4
answered Rss in full text
Feb
4
answered rsync generating a destination directory of bigger size than source?
Nov
27
answered Can I jail an older 32-bit FreeBSD on a (current) 64-bit FreeBSD?
Oct
21
comment Slow downloading from own server
Hm, fetch should already use passive mode, but still it might be useful to test disabling the firewall for a moment to check if it influences the download.Of course it could also be a firewall anywhere on the way.
Oct
20
comment Slow downloading from own server
So this looks like a Firewall problem then. Do you have a firewall running on the VPS? which ftp-client do you use? fetch(1)?
Oct
20
comment Slow downloading from own server
yes. i just now saw that you are using ftp, a first test would be to download something via http.
Oct
19
revised How to set display to a higher resolution?
remove xfce as it is not windowmanager related. Add nvidia, as it might be a hardware driver issue
Oct
19
reviewed Reviewed need to move files with name into directories with corresponding names
Oct
19
suggested approved edit on How to set display to a higher resolution?
Oct
19
comment How to set display to a higher resolution?
Did you try with nvidia-settings ?
Oct
19
comment Slow downloading from own server
Check with tcpdump (on client and server). Possible problems include: DNS misconfiguration, broken IP(v6) configuration, Firewall issues etc.
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed problem with gtk application s
Oct
6
comment How do I delete the last n lines of an ascii file using shell commands?
@chaos see this answer and replace 1 with n unix.stackexchange.com/a/52818/11472
Oct
6
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
6
reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to scroll faster than PgUp/PgDown in tmux?
Sep
23
awarded  Informed
Sep
16
awarded  Custodian
Sep
16
reviewed Reviewed bash shellcheck issue with variables in brace expansion
Sep
8
comment isc-dhcp-server [ok] and running but doesnt seem to work at all
i think you might be listening on the wrong interface, but i don't know your setup in detail. What you also might want to do, start dhcpd manual in debugging mode (-d commandline arg)
Sep
8
comment isc-dhcp-server [ok] and running but doesnt seem to work at all
Check with a sniffer (tcpdump/wireshark) if there is dhcp traffic