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comment Output traffic on different interfaces based on destination port
Thanks for this answers, I too could only get bahamats solution working considering your answer.
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revised Any LiveCD or LiveDVD Distro whith multi session burning onto LiveMedia
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comment Any LiveCD or LiveDVD Distro whith multi session burning onto LiveMedia
yes, you can't rely on the disc as a safe data storage, thats clear. The main purpose of the write is to store user settings, install own programs from repos etc. if the disc fails one day, you'd have to redo that, thats a pity, but not a big loss. For drives that fail to read sessions 2 and above, you still have the basic image and a runable linux you could boot. Puppy linux really does all of this very well, even if you got 15 sessions and its getting to much you can just burn it onto a new disc into a single session, all overlays merged.
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comment Any LiveCD or LiveDVD Distro whith multi session burning onto LiveMedia
a LiveCD is no problem because we can burn it to a DVD. Given a 700MB CDimage leaves around 4GB space. For at least DVD+R I know Multisession and Paketwriting are part of specs, so every DVDburner/reader with an official DVD+R logo can do multisession fine. There are very few DVD-R only burners out there, so this is a real minor. I don't think big distros don't touch it because of problems, I think just noone has implemented in there, yet.
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comment Any LiveCD or LiveDVD Distro whith multi session burning onto LiveMedia
didnt know that, thanks for the hint.
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