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revised Transfer a TCP connection from one Linux box to another behind NAT?
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answered Transfer a TCP connection from one Linux box to another behind NAT?
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comment I have a route to the network but from the traceroute output it doesn't leave the server
and you can reach 10.32.32.25?
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answered What are the other congestion control algorithms specially designed for lossy Wireless Networks like LTE and WiMax?
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comment What are the other congestion control algorithms specially designed for lossy Wireless Networks like LTE and WiMax?
Which one would be the sender? Linux or Windows? Congestion control always just affects one direction and you don't have to configure it symmetrically.
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comment sudo: apt-get: command not found
Know your OS before hacking into other people's networks :-)
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comment Can't share an ssh connection with rsync
@Karlson I think he's given up.
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comment Emptying a directory owned by another user weekly
What is your preferred approach?
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comment Backing Up to a Compressed Archive on Linux
+1 That's the traditional way. This combined with rsync's --link-dest should work well.
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comment How can I remove duplicates in my .bash_history, preserving order?
With sort, the -r switch always reverses the sorting order. But this won't yield the result you have in mind. sort regards the two occurrences of ls as identical with the result that, even when reversed, the eventual order depends on the sorting algorithm. But see my update for another idea.
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