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Dec
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answered How can I set up a remote port forward on port 80 to my localhost with the help of setcap?
Sep
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Mar
4
revised Ping from Outside: How do I make my system invisible?
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Mar
4
comment Ping from Outside: How do I make my system invisible?
@zebonaut yes, sorry. this is typo. I fixed the answer
Mar
2
answered Start a program at the start of xfce
Feb
27
comment Is there some sort of “no newline at eof” rules for bash scripts?
try to convert it to unix-style line endings with dos2unix
Feb
26
comment Huge page and performance improvemnt
@kevin because the probability that your subsequent memory access causes TLB hit is much higher with 2Mb pages than with 4Kb pages. Thus, the overhead to get proper Page Table Entry is lower.
Feb
26
comment grep: invalid content of \{\}
there are only 10 digits including '0'
Feb
26
answered grep: invalid content of \{\}
Feb
26
answered Multi-line replace
Feb
25
awarded  Custodian
Feb
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using tail command to create a file
Feb
25
answered Using tail command to create a file
Feb
24
answered Ping from Outside: How do I make my system invisible?
Feb
24
answered How can I install Skype in Fedora 14 64 bits?
Feb
24
comment Server returning 'Not Found' for “www.host.com” but not “host.com”
@MichaelKjörling yes, I mean the potential case.
Feb
24
comment Use UMTS Stick as a “dial in” modem - no dataplan required
At least the data calls should be enabled for both SIMs and this is not the same as a voice call
Feb
24
comment Server returning 'Not Found' for “www.host.com” but not “host.com”
@slowBear CNAME or A is not important - both will let the thing to work properly (provided CNAME points to the resolvable name). You may add A record or CNAME - it is up to you. There is no standard that enforces you to use CNAME in this case. CNAME simplifies management tasks, but it is not a must. Also, CNAME leads to a subsequent query on the name it points to.
Feb
23
comment ping receives no packets, but tcpdump can see them coming in
ups, sorry, I missed that you cleared out iptables.
Feb
23
comment ping receives no packets, but tcpdump can see them coming in
please post also the output of ipchains -v -L INPUT