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Joveice

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About Joveice

  • Title
    Veteran

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    @jovedahle

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    The Kingdom of Norway
  • Interests
    Linux, Servers (Real metal servers, not those boring VM's), Programming aand cats
  • Biography
    I'm trying to learn about my interests :D
  • Occupation
    Operator on Norsk Helsenett SF, CEO of DigitalArc

System

  • CPU
    i7 7800x
  • Motherboard
    dirt board from gigabyte (pls giga sponsor me :D).
  • RAM
    32 GB putin sticks from bermuda triangle.
  • GPU
    EVGA 1080Ti cooled with water from the rivers on Norway.
  • Case
    900D
  • Storage
    carbord box under my desk.
  • PSU
    fuse box.
  • Display(s)
    prosjector.
  • Cooling
    open window.
  • Keyboard
    corsair k95 rgb PLAT!
  • Mouse
    corsair m65 rgb
  • Sound
    corsair void pro usb rgb
  • Operating System
    windowns 9

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  1. For a non network tech dude, what does that really mean?
  2. Hello, I'm no network expert so I wonder what this private IP does below an ISP IP. (I where doing debugging on high latency issues for a game) See the list below, what does that private IP Tracing route to api.bethesda.net [143.204.51.87] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 10.0.0.1 2 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 193.75.36.1 3 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 10.130.7.53 <-- this one 4 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 62.63.63.166 5 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 62.63.63.165 6 2 ms 2 ms 5 ms 195.0.241.184 7 16 ms 16 ms 20 ms 193.90.113.18 8 24 ms 23 ms 31 ms 193.90.113.16 9 23 ms 30 ms 28 ms 195.0.244.234 10 27 ms 29 ms 24 ms 99.82.177.28 11 24 ms 24 ms 24 ms 52.93.138.122 12 23 ms 23 ms 24 ms 52.93.138.237 13 * * * Request timed out. 14 * * * Request timed out. 15 * * * Request timed out. 16 * * * Request timed out. 17 * * * Request timed out. 18 23 ms 23 ms 23 ms 143.204.51.87 I'm on a class A network, but I have no clue what 10.130.7.53 is, nor does it respond to any pings (ping command) Shouldn't I be outside my network after the jump to 193.75.36.1?
  3. Thanks @leonfagan71 So the issue isn't Nginx but rather me, I was putting the params in, well the params. I did not send them in the body.
  4. Example <ip> - - [01/May/2020:03:07:21 +0200] "POST /login?email=test&password=woobi HTTP/1.1" 419 1570 "-" "PostmanRuntime/7.24.1" when I do it from firefox. <ip> - - [01/May/2020:03:11:57 +0200] "POST /login HTTP/2.0" 302 366 "<url>" "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Fedora; Linux x86_64; rv:75.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/75.0" other than the status code the only difference I see is the http version, and I have tried to understand it and I see that http 1.1 is sending over clear text, not sure if that is actually the thing as I could not find anything about that you should not use it. Is http version the issue? I later on proxy pass this to a ssl site so it is a ssl to ssl. But I don't like to see the variables in a post request.
  5. Hello. I'm going to start of with that I'm not a network guru so I might be talking about things I have no clue on how it works. My server has 3 physical network ports and I would like to use one for the host and the other for all the VM's created in libvirt. How can this be achieved? My main network is 10.0.0.1/24, I would like the VM's to run on 10.0.1.1/24. So the plan is that the VM's are reachable by other clients and not using NAT from the host. I also use cockpit so if you know how to do it there then feel free to explain
  6. I ended up with the E595 No graphic problems (GPU does get used) No audio problems No WiFi problems (after dnf upgrade, did not work before) Ethernet no problems. Mousepad and that Lenovo dot no problems. NVME ssd no problems All keyboard function keys no problems. Not tested mic or webcam (will not use) USB C dock, no problems, audio, display, charging and all ports work no problems or configuration needed. I installed Fedora 31 workstation. Had to disable boot order lock in bios to make it boot. This machine is exactly what I wanted and everything even works out of the box!
  7. Sure, here are a few https://www.dustinhome.no/ https://www.komplett.no/ https://www.digitalimpuls.no/ https://www.elkjop.no/ https://www.power.no/ This is the specific I had looked at https://www.komplett.no/product/1137710/
  8. I'm now looking at this Lenovo Thinkpad E595 with the ThinkPad USB-C Dock Gen2 Lenovo Thinkpad E595: GPU: Radeon Vega 8 CPU: Ryzen 5-3500U RAM: 16GB Storage: 512GB NVMe SSD It even has a numpad which I can only see as a awesome bonus I don't find any information that it does not work with Linux and I find a little about that it does work so I guess it would be fine the serials are: 40AS0090EU (docking) and 20NF001HMX (laptop) Does anyone have anything to contribute on this? Experience?
  9. Yes but if I can't find it here I have a seller which is willing to order it for me. I don't have a budget but below 10.000 nok would be awesome (excluding dock). Weight is not a problem.
  10. Can you recommend something? I'm good with desktop PCs but not so good with laptops so I don't know what I should look for. I'm going to be using it for programming, that's it so I don't need a powerful GPU. Minimum of 16GB ram (or the option to upgrade to it) Minimum 500GB SSD or option to replace / add sata or m.2 disk. Compatible with Fedora without much thinkering Compatible with a USB C dock (minimum of 2 monitor support) that works with Fedora Battery isn't really a problem since it will probably spend 99% of it's life in the dock (but I want the ability to use it as a laptop when needed) GPU can be intel/and/nvidia CPU can be intel/amd Minimum 4 cores, but more is better Try to not go over $1000 I like both Asus and Lenovo. I dislike HP, Dell and Acer a lot, but all options are considered. I don't like MacOS nor the price for a Apple product, considering what you get, so please don't suggest one.
  11. I would like to test the events so I can test that my scripts do indeed do what they are intended to do, as of now when I had a power surge it looks like it did not run the script as it was supposed to notify me. If I run the same script it does indeed work. I have it under root which from my understanding is the same user apcupsd uses. The log of the apcupsd confirms that it indeed did loose power.
  12. So my Host is running Windows. The monitor setup is 2-3-1. Now my VM is running Fedora and the monitor setup is 2-3-1. When I click on monitor 2 it tracks on monitor 3, and when I click on monitor 3 it tracks on 1. When I run 3-2-1 in Fedora the mouse tracking is on the correct monitors but when I move something between the windows it jumps across the screen because they are not correct in the OS just visual in virtualbox. How do I fix this? Again, my real monitors are setup as 2-3-1.
  13. So I'm probably not thinking correctly as my math did not make any sense from what I expected so I hope someone can look at this and tell me how it should be done. So a station has 400 persons. The rocket can take 4 at a time. The trip is 2694km. The rocket does 914km/h. The rocket flies for 24hours a day. The rocket makes $100 on each person. How do you calculate the maximum the rocket can make each day? I first did this without taking the max trips into the calculation and when I did add it some of my lower tests became higher which made no sense, but I did a while under 24 hour add trip and not a calculation.
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