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Aug
7
comment Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
right, I found the review request :). Hope my comments about ps / kill ssh / nofail were useful too.
Aug
7
revised Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
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Aug
7
comment Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
Maybe you need to re-edit due to the conflict, I don't see anything in the review queue.
Aug
7
comment Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
Hmm, I just edited it as well :).
Aug
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revised Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
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Aug
7
revised Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
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Aug
7
comment Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
yes. there are some generic options like users but the rest are passed to the specific filesystem.
Aug
7
comment Samba Error NT_STATUS_HOST_UNREACHABLE on any other node yet not on host
Say OS please (Fedora used to have a default-deny firewall). I'm not sure you've ruled out name resolution so you should say whether you're using IP address or a hostname. And you should be able to show the name/address to us - if it's an IPv4 address it will be a private one (NAT).
Aug
7
answered Force reconnect on sshfs drive mounted via fstab
Aug
6
reviewed Approve Unable to set luminosty with a usb boot
Aug
6
comment Debian 8 Jessie EFI dualboot Windows 8.1
though I'm happy to admit the Debian manuals are not as friendly as they could be. See UEFI section & usb boot section
Aug
6
comment Debian 8 Jessie EFI dualboot Windows 8.1
debian images are efi-bootable, unetbootin is not required. Check the official debian install guide. Secure-boot will need to be disabled as you say, however. (Ubuntu & Fedora can do secure boot, so they work without fiddling on systems certified for Windows 8).
Aug
6
asked Will btrfs snapshots ever share page cache?
Aug
5
revised Why can't change runlevel from 1 to 5 in my debian7.8?
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Aug
4
revised enp3s0: link is not ready
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Aug
3
answered dosfsck of pendrive taking too long
Aug
3
answered enp3s0: link is not ready
Aug
3
answered Cron service running but not visible by “top”
Aug
3
comment No ethernet device detected
Rescan happens from scratch each boot. (There's no records like on Windows). I don't have any more productive suggestions, sorry - my main idea was to make sure you weren't running a custom kernel that lacked the driver. Next level of blind refreshing would be the package that installed the kernel / module files - not sure about the commands as I don't use Arch. If you struggle to work with them it might be simpler to start by re-validating the md5sum of the live ISO, boot from that & see whether ethernet is working. I guess this is a recent install so the kernel will be about the same.
Aug
3
revised No audio codecs on Fedora 21
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