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Forum: Debian 09-08-2016
1,902
Posted By orange47
are you sure you tried...
are you sure you tried debian-8.5.0-i386-DVD-1.iso (http://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/8.5.0/i386/iso-dvd/debian-8.5.0-i386-DVD-1.iso) ?
Forum: Linux 09-08-2016
1,001
Posted By orange47
it seems to be used for backup: "<dump> - used...
it seems to be used for backup:
"<dump> - used by the dump utility to decide when to make a backup. Dump checks the entry and uses the number to decide if a file system should be backed up....
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Posted By orange47
it looks great, I wish they sell it in some nice...
it looks great, I wish they sell it in some nice case. could it be connected to standard AMP?
Forum: Ubuntu 05-20-2016
1,491
Posted By orange47
when you don't mention the port, its 80. the...
when you don't mention the port, its 80.
the usual way is to configure the port number on server, I think.
perhaps you could do it with firewall/proxy/NAT.
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-10-2016
1,648
Posted By orange47
Hashsums and collisions
are collisions less or more likely to occur if you use compressed (ascii) file?
Forum: Solaris 01-15-2016
1,107
Posted By orange47
ohh, I thought Trieste is in Yugoslavia? :>
ohh, I thought Trieste is in Yugoslavia? :>
Forum: Solaris 11-20-2015
806
Posted By orange47
thanks. there isn't any unallocated space. ...
thanks.

there isn't any unallocated space.
slice 7 seems to be unmounted, it is 71232 sectors large.
slice 6 is empty, size about 40G, contains only 'lost+found'.

filesystem is UFS.
Forum: Solaris 11-18-2015
806
Posted By orange47
I would prefer the first one (hardware built-in),...
I would prefer the first one (hardware built-in), but don't think its supported. Server is Sun Fire V125. There are several slices (single disk), I'd like to mirror them all if possible, or at least...
Forum: Solaris 11-18-2015
806
Posted By orange47
Moving to RAID1
Is there an easy, safe way to move the system to RAID1 on sparc solaris 10?
(without reinstalling).
thanks.
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Posted By orange47
you could also tar+gz (almost) everything and...
you could also tar+gz (almost) everything and restore it later (using some LiveUSB for eg), but as pointed out, you'd need to create partitions, boot and filesystems manually.
advantage over dd is:...
Forum: Solaris 06-08-2015
5,111
Posted By orange47
I think 64bit sparc solaris still can't be...
I think 64bit sparc solaris still can't be emulated. But you could run 32bit sparc Solaris 9 in Qemu.
Have a look at "Artyom Tarasenko's blog".
Forum: Debian 05-16-2015
2,294
Posted By orange47
I don't quite understand. Have you tried...
I don't quite understand. Have you tried aptitude, its also very good?
Forum: Debian 05-16-2015
1,878
Posted By orange47
/dev/md/2 has been mounted in /data. um, why...
/dev/md/2 has been mounted in /data. um, why don't you just use /data for storage instead of /gserver ? /gserver is folder on 'root' partition, you shouldn't ever fill that one completely.
Forum: Solaris 03-18-2015
1,775
Posted By orange47
no, I only installed 32bit Solaris9 sparc in...
no, I only installed 32bit Solaris9 sparc in qemu, using Artyom blog.

I'd thought he managed to make 64bit work by now.
Forum: Solaris 03-17-2015
1,775
Posted By orange47
you can install sparc solaris in qemu.
you can install sparc solaris in qemu.
Forum: Solaris 02-27-2015
962
Posted By orange47
you should have made a backup of old label.
you should have made a backup of old label.
Forum: Solaris 02-26-2015
962
Posted By orange47
ouch. I'd try TestDisk: TestDisk - Partition...
ouch. I'd try TestDisk: TestDisk - Partition Recovery and File Undelete (http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk)
its free, dunno if it supports sparc.
Forum: Solaris 01-29-2015
1,902
Posted By orange47
we have similar one running over 70C for months...
we have similar one running over 70C for months now, IIRC. we've been replacing fans with plain 2 wire ones. originals are expensive. perhaps cleaning and lubricating would be a temporary fix.
Forum: Solaris 01-14-2015
1,690
Posted By orange47
but, I think, scsi drives have jumper for 'Auto...
but, I think, scsi drives have jumper for 'Auto Spin Up', so perhaps its not a telltale sign.
Forum: Solaris 01-13-2015
1,690
Posted By orange47
should be possible on Linux: Can you mount UFS...
should be possible on Linux: Can you mount UFS partitions made in Solaris (Sparc) on Solaris (x86)? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange...
Forum: Solaris 01-13-2015
1,690
Posted By orange47
yes, you can do it on x86. connect it to (pci or...
yes, you can do it on x86. connect it to (pci or similar) scsi card, make a dd image, and use qemu to emulate Solaris9. better yet, I think Linux can mount sparc ufs directly from raw image.
Forum: Solaris 10-08-2014
3,315
Posted By orange47
it seems the problem in perl script was in...
it seems the problem in perl script was in 'gethostbyname' function. maybe its IPv6 vs IPv4 thing.
anyway, I think I've solved it by adding:

$raddr = "\xff\xff\xff\xff";
right below it. so its...
Forum: Solaris 10-02-2014
3,315
Posted By orange47
(sorry for the delay, been busy) I've tried...
(sorry for the delay, been busy)

I've tried that perl script 'wakeonlan' and it works beautifully on Debian (even without sudo). however, on Solaris it doesn't:

Use of uninitialized value in...
Forum: Solaris 09-28-2014
2,273
Posted By orange47
I don't understand this bug. Does attacker need...
I don't understand this bug. Does attacker need account?
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2014
3,315
Posted By orange47
ATM, not sure if perl is installed, and whether...
ATM, not sure if perl is installed, and whether it has: 'use Socket; use Getopt::Std;'
I don't need portable solution. Its just for one specific PC and SPARC. packet can be 'crafted' on Linux.
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