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comment Incorrect NFS mount entries in Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS?
Please check the /etc/exports file on the NFS server. Sometimes a share is exported with additional slash which breaks the mount on client-side.
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comment English as a system language but Russian regional settings
@Alexander Malakhov: what kind of edits did you introduce in the file?
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comment Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
Does it support multi-tracker extension the way the utorrent does? That is, announcing to multiple trackers at a time?
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comment Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
I had that problem many times, especially with long tracker lists. An I don't want to manually shuffle the list to search for good peers - I want that performed by the program.
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comment Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
No, that's not happening. If the first in the list is a tracker abroad, I'm having slow peers. If the second is local or nearby, I'd have fast peers, but the second tracker is never polled since the first is alive.
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accepted What is the purpose of `dnsmasq` running listening on `127.0.0.1` interface?
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comment What is the purpose of `dnsmasq` running listening on `127.0.0.1` interface?
@Lekensteyn: Would you please provide at least a short answer, so I can accept it for my question.
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comment What is the purpose of `dnsmasq` running listening on `127.0.0.1` interface?
What's the purpose of caching DNS info and make it available for 127.0.0.1 only?
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comment What is the purpose of `dnsmasq` running listening on `127.0.0.1` interface?
Assigning IP addresses is the role of DHCP server, not DNS server. This instance of dnsmasq doesn't play a role of DHCP server, since there's no subnet specification in the configuration file. Moreover, no requests from other machines can arrive from 127.0.0.1 which is the interface this instance is listening on.