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    Never rely on Raid-0 as backup IMO. RAID-0...

    Never rely on Raid-0 as backup IMO.

    RAID-0 should only really be used if you need the performance boost, but don't need redundancy. Reason for this is that if ANY of your drives in a raid-0 fail,...
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    The other option is to use "sudo -i"

    The other option is to use "sudo -i"
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    I can see the issue here. The date %D returns /...

    I can see the issue here. The date %D returns / formatted date. e.g. MM/DD/YY

    This will obviously try saving to a file named YY in the folder called "%TMM/DD"

    to get around this, you will...
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    Hi Firstly, when you create the user, you'll...

    Hi

    Firstly, when you create the user, you'll need to set it's home directory to that folder.

    Then, you'll need to enable ssh chrooting.

    Chrooting, when used, either through SSH, FTP among...
  5. Is there no way that you can do all the root...

    Is there no way that you can do all the root stuff at the start/end, and then all the user stuff so you only get asked once?

    If that's not the case, then you could maybe look into something like...
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    I guess this depends on the router most likely,...

    I guess this depends on the router most likely, but I'd imagine you're only likely to be seeing DHCP requests for something like this, and even then, you're only likely to get a MAC address, which,...
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    yes, tmpfs, is just a "fake" drive that's just a...

    yes, tmpfs, is just a "fake" drive that's just a small chink of your memory, you can ignore this when reformatting. the new OS will just use it when you reinstall.
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    You say that windows 7 is the problem with using...

    You say that windows 7 is the problem with using same storage, I am not entirely sure why only this OS would be the issue.

    Anyway, a simple solution to your problem may be (if possible) to install...
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    tmpfs is actually a small chunk of your memory...

    tmpfs is actually a small chunk of your memory that's been allocated for storage. It's generally something that gets done automatically. Personally I wouldn't want to go removing it as some apps...
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    The most likely reason for this would be that you...

    The most likely reason for this would be that you installed PCLOS after Ubuntu, and it didn't recognise the ubuntu install.

    Anyway, as you'er likely to be using GRUb, it's a fairly simple fix to...
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    Sticky: Just to clarify, all USE flags are entirely...

    Just to clarify, all USE flags are entirely optional. All it means with a USE flag disabled is that applications compiled that use that flag will not have support for said USE flag.

    e.g. if you...
  12. Why did I not think of this! After all the...

    Why did I not think of this! After all the research i've put into them, I forgot to mention the main advantage of them over regular drives ><
  13. the method that you've used should provide the...

    the method that you've used should provide the desired output - creating a file based on date and month in /home.
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    You may want to look into the UDEV rules...

    You may want to look into the UDEV rules documentation/examples.

    The rules are stored in /etc/udev/rules.d. I know it's possiible with disk devices as many years ago, I used it to have my SD card...
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    There's a couple of ways. On my Gentoo...

    There's a couple of ways.

    On my Gentoo install, you can simply add the module name to: and it should load on boot.

    alternatively, you can add the loadmodule command to /etc/rc.local, which...
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    Crontab doesn't have the ability to run every 10...

    Crontab doesn't have the ability to run every 10 seconds.

    What you could do, however, is have 6 scripts, that have a sleep function in them, and set them ALL to run at the same time.

    So you...
  17. To be honest, when it comes down to "best...

    To be honest, when it comes down to "best partitioning" it's entirely dependent on what you will use/where thigns will go.

    If you have a folder that yuo KNOW will be < 4GB, put that on the 4GB...
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    can you not speify a full path to the include...

    can you not speify a full path to the include files?

    If not, I'd suggest looking in the PATH variable, and maybe altering the order of things, so that /usr/local/include comes before "."
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    When you say that you've tried using the free DNS...

    When you say that you've tried using the free DNS servers, and it doesn't work, are you still able to ping said servers?
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    Let me get this straight, you're trying to...

    Let me get this straight, you're trying to connect to Server B from your client using Server A as a "tunnel" for want of a better way of explaining it?

    If so, why not use SSH's port forwarding...
  21. Firstly, if you dont want to lose data, DO NOT...

    Firstly, if you dont want to lose data, DO NOT USE RAID-0

    if any one of the 6 drives in your raid-0 dies, you will likely lose all data on the raid! To avoid data loss, you'll likely want...
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    not sure what the -A option is supposed to...

    not sure what the -A option is supposed to achieve, but from your own machine, there's no reliable way to do this, the best way would be to setup something on your router (if it supports it).
    ...
  23. can you connect to the telnet port from...

    can you connect to the telnet port from externally?

    If you've reinstalled to something like SLES, the most likely reason would be firewall blocking the requests.
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    Can you confirm that the users you created have...

    Can you confirm that the users you created have bash set as their shell?

    To check this, when logging in, you can type: echo $SHELL it should return soemthing like /bin/bash

    If not, you'll need...
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    You should be able to just put the command to...

    You should be able to just put the command to start it in /etc/rc.local, and it should just start on boot automatically :)
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