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having problems". But if I do the same with Linux (e.g. Ubuntu 15.04), then after inserting it the second time, I get warning messages in the log like: FAT-fs (sdf1): Volume was not properly unmounted … . Some data may be corrupt. Please run fsck. And if I subsequently put it in a Windows PC, I get a message popping up prompting me to check it for errors. Why is Linux handling of the FAT "dirty …
asked Sep 17 '15 by Craig McQueen
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their group and permissions set. I've noticed that a change event is generated every time the LED is turned off by writing 0 to /sys/class/leds/.../brightness. This seems to be due to the Linux LED …
answered May 12 '15 by Craig McQueen
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I tried the iptables PREROUTING REDIRECT method, but found that it also affects forwarded packets. That is, if the machine is also forwarding packets between interfaces (e.g. if it's acting as a Wi-Fi …
answered Sep 4 '15 by Craig McQueen