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Started Using Computers in 1994. Started Programming Computers in 2004. Started Professionally Programming Computers in 2006. Strong Background in PHP. Weak background in C, C++ & PAWN (SmallC).

Dec
11
accepted Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
Dec
1
comment Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
Sorry @Gilles, I want the Ethernet Connection to work as normal as everyone would expect it too (Plugin an Ethernet cable, and it gets an IP address and is able to access the network.) I want the WiFi USB Dongle to act as a Access Point but only to allow access the Web Server on on the Raspberry Pi, and not allow any WiFi client's traffic to cross over too the Ethernet.
Nov
30
awarded  Editor
Nov
30
revised Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
Hopefully made it more clear.
Nov
30
comment Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
@Gilles The USB dongle connected to the RPi is providing the WiFi, I want to make it so that the WiFi connection provided by the RPi can only connect to the localhost on the RPi and not the network connected via the Ethernet interface. Thanks for the feedback, I wasn't sure that I was explaining myself correctly, and now I know for sure. I've updated the OP to hopefully make more sense.
Nov
29
asked Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
Sep
18
awarded  Good Question
Jun
18
awarded  Constituent
Jan
29
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
27
awarded  Yearling
Oct
25
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
1
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
28
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
8
awarded  Scholar
Apr
8
comment What is the mknod command used for?
While you answer was correct, Shadur provided an answer that was clear for all levels of readers so I feel it's the best for people looking for an answer for this question.
Apr
8
accepted What is the mknod command used for?
Apr
8
comment What is the mknod command used for?
@Shadur, that was very clear!
Apr
6
awarded  Student
Apr
6
comment What is the mknod command used for?
So it's a VERY specialized way of creating a virtual file that is really used by devices connected to the system as a way of communicating with the system without having to learn how to communicate with the device through it's driver?
Apr
6
awarded  Supporter