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DNS server implementation tip

Posted Today at 07:04 AM by Upendra Pratap Singh

This blog is meant for those who wish to install DNS server on their system.

Whenever you make any changes to the configuration files - named.conf, named.conf.local or named.conf.options and restart the service bind9, do check the entries in the resolv.conf file.

This file is found in the /etc/ directory and this file takes the previous configuration IP addresses despite the bind9 service being restarted.

I faced this problem and currently I am finding...
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ExTiX 15.2 – two live DVD’s are ready

Posted Yesterday at 03:05 PM by exton (Exton's Blog)
Updated Yesterday at 03:08 PM by exton

I have made two new versions of ExTiX 15.2. I call them ExTiX 15.2 LXQt Live DVD respectively ExTiX 15.2 KDE Live DVD

ABOUT BOTH VERSIONS
ExTiX Linux Live DVD’s 64 bit are based on Debian Jessie/Ubuntu 15.04. The original system includes the Desktop Environment Unity (Ubuntu). After removing Unity I have installed LXQt 0.9.0 (in ExTiX 15.2, build 150417) and KDE 4.14.6 together with KDE Frameworks 5.9.0 in an extra version also of 150417. LXQt is the Qt port and the upcoming...
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Experiences with KVM switches

Posted Yesterday at 11:16 AM by flshope

I have four computers at the moment sharing one keyboard, video, and mouse using a KVM switch ("KVM"= Keyboard Video Mouse). As my machine count has grown over the years, I have acquired new switches to accommodate additional machines and new port requirements (PS2 vs USB).

My current KVM switch is an IOGEAR GCS1724 4-port box-type. Of the five KVM switches I have used since 2003, my current IOGEAR GCS1724 is by far the one I would recommend (depending on machine requirements)....
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Run Android-x86 from a USB stick with persistence!

Posted 04-16-2015 at 03:40 AM by exton (Exton's Blog)
Updated 04-16-2015 at 05:53 AM by exton (More info)

Yesterday I discovered that "my" Android-x86 systems can be installed to a USB stick with persistence. I.e. all system changes are saved directly on the stick.

What is it good for?
Well, you dont have to touch your hard drive. Installing Android-x86 this way wont effect your ordinary boot loader. And as I say above: All system changes are persistent!

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They stole the parts off of my pinchiiiii lawnmower! Cabrones.

Posted 04-15-2015 at 01:33 PM by rokytnji

Went out to get my lawnmower that I leave outside but behind a 6 foot metal fence surrounding my whole property. Low and behold. I grab it not really paying attention and roll it out of the fenced area.

When I go to start it. I then notice that my throttle linkage and other parts have been stripped of the mower.

Instead of going into a rage. Which is easy for me and usually the 1st responce. Instead of feeling sorry for myself. Pimps don't feel sorry for themselves...
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