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On The Road in America - Part 1

Posted 06-25-2011 at 09:41 AM by Hevithan


Well since this blog option is available, I may as well utilize it.

I was thinking I would chronicle my time I spent hitch-hiking the grand ole US. Roughly 4 years, in which I saw plenty of states, met tons of people, and did things most people have only read about or dreamed.

During this tour of adventures I was banned from National Monuments, stuck on a mountain at 11,000 feet with no more then a $20 tent from wal-mart, spent $3,000 dollars at a convinence
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Ouch!

Posted 06-24-2011 at 03:44 AM by peonuser
Updated 06-28-2011 at 02:20 AM by peonuser

Set up a tftp server on a K2-500 running Debian squeeze.

Went to redboot install dd-wrt on an old airlink ar430w. Did it before on another unit without a hitch with using a different set of instructions. This time it foobarred. Do not think the router is totally bricked, but will have to make a jtag cable to try to fix it. Think I have a max232 chip around here somewhere.

Wished I had just spent time coding tonight. At least the soon to be discontinued router was only...
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My Motorcycle

Posted 06-24-2011 at 02:24 AM by tailinlinux

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rsync commands and how I backup

Posted 06-23-2011 at 05:06 PM by sag47
Updated 06-23-2011 at 05:07 PM by sag47

I run the following command when I want to just update one directory to another. It only copies files that have changed. If any files have been deleted from A they still exists in directory B. The trailing slash after A/ is necessary to tell rsync to move the contents. Otherwise A will create a folder in B called /media/B/A and move the files over.

Code:
rsync -ruptv /media/A/ /media/B
I run the following command when I want to mirror one directory to another. Any files...
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Logon to Multiple Samba Servers

Posted 06-23-2011 at 03:41 AM by barani_pd

I have three Linux Servers running Samba shares in them. All are meant for different purpose. For administrative purpose and running some utilities in these servers\shares from Windows XP system, we use "net use Drive: \\ServerName\ShareName" command to map the share as a drive. During the process for each server we are to enter username and password. Is there a way by which I use my windows username and password for the logon.

Note: The Samba username and password are similar...
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