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Den-Fi

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from givingtnt in Quebec Superior Court authorizes class action against Apple   
    I bet myself $10 that you'd be the first post.
    Now I can't figure out if I won or lost $10...
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Tog Driver in Possible easter egg on W10?   
    It's me.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... in Show off your latest purchase!   
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    Recent purchase dump.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from VegetableStu in Netflix font   
    https://www.fontshop.com/families/graphique
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from VegetableStu in Netflix font   
    Lol, you never asked where you could get it cheap.
     
    Though I only posted that as a means to give you the name and graphical example. I'm sure you can figure it out from there.
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    Den-Fi reacted to imreloadin in Epic Games donates $1.2Mil to open source 3D software, Blender   
    inb4 Blender is only available for download from the Epic Game Store
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from givingtnt in Quebec Superior Court authorizes class action against Apple   
    I bet myself $10 that you'd be the first post.
    Now I can't figure out if I won or lost $10...
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    Den-Fi reacted to Windows7ge in A Beginners Guide to PROXMOX   
    PROXMOX is a powerful hypervisor used for hosting containers and virtual machines. The Operating System is available for free while offering repositories that you can pay for with a subscription. This guide will go over How to install the OS, How to disable the subscription notice and enterprise repositories that aren't free (if you're not interested that is), How to configure your virtual machine pools, How to add a CIFS network server, How to download and install Templates for Containers, and how to install your first Virtual Machine.


     
    1. How to Install PROXMOX
     
    2. How to Disable the Subscription Notice and Enterprise Repositories
     
    3. How to Configure ZFS Storage Pools
     
    4. How to Bond a Network Interface Port
     
    5. How to Add a CIFS Network Server
     
    6. How to Download and Install Templates for Containers
     
    7. How to Install Your First Virtual Machine
     
    This concludes the PROXMOX Beginners Guide. If there's anything that needs revising or if you want something added just let me know.
  9. Funny
    Den-Fi got a reaction from givingtnt in Quebec Superior Court authorizes class action against Apple   
    I bet myself $10 that you'd be the first post.
    Now I can't figure out if I won or lost $10...
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    Den-Fi reacted to Sauron in Sharing folders over the internet with SSH   
    What?
    This guide will teach you everything you need to know to elegantly and securely share a folder over the internet using ssh on Linux. By the end of this guide you should be able to seamlessly use the shared folder as if it were on your local drive.
    Why?
    It can be handy to be able to access a personal NAS/storage server through the internet; using SSH ensures a fast, reliable and secure connection with a relatively simple setup. This also works on local networks though at that point there are easier ways of achieving this since security isn't as much of a concern.
     
    But more importantly, how?
    I'm glad you asked.
     
    Step 0: Requirements
    Before we start there are a few things you'll need and I will assume you have.
     
    Step 1: Initial server setup
    First of all you will need to install and enable OpenSSH on your server, if you haven't already.
     
    Step 2: Initial Client setup
    You will need to install OpenSSH on the client as well:
     
     
    Step 3: Security
    Before we proceed any further we need to take care of security and authentication methods. We will set up the server and client to use public key authentication. Not only is this more secure, it will also allow you to connect automatically without needing to enter your password, which will be useful later.
     
     
    Step 4: SSHFS
    This is where the meat of the guide starts; SSHFS is the protocol that allows us to mount a remote folder through SSH.
     
    Step 5: Automatic mounting and reconnection
    Mounting your shared folder manually every time you need it is an unnecessary chore; you can set up your client to do it automatically whenever the server is reachable.
     
    Step 6: Do it through the internet
    We're almost done! Now we just need to make our server accessible from the internet.
     
    and... you're done! Enjoy 🐧
  11. Funny
    Den-Fi got a reaction from givingtnt in Quebec Superior Court authorizes class action against Apple   
    I bet myself $10 that you'd be the first post.
    Now I can't figure out if I won or lost $10...
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... in Show off your latest purchase!   
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    Recent purchase dump.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... in Show off your latest purchase!   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... in Show off your latest purchase!   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... in Show off your latest purchase!   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... in Show off your latest purchase!   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Mateus Montemor in New case over Thermaltake chaser a41? CM H500 is a good option?   
    In #CaseDaddy we trust.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Trippsy in When will AMD slash prices of older gen CPU   
    Here is a link where you can see all of your own threads. You can see you just asked this 11 hours ago. https://linustechtips.com/main/profile/590221-turtle-rig/?do=content&type=forums_topic&change_section=1
     
    Making so many threads with similar topics decreases the amount of useful answers you'll get, so try to think twice before making threads in order to get meaningful replies. Otherwise your threads will be filled with people complaining that you keep making the same topics.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Sprayingmango in ASUS Crosshair VIII Formula - weird temp sensor reading   
    A quick search of tmpin6 yields high temp results from both intel and amd systems.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Sprayingmango in ASUS Crosshair VIII Formula - weird temp sensor reading   
    Use hwinfo64 to validate. iCue is not all that reliable.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Boowastaken in Ram is not fully used on windows 10   
    Can you give some system hardware specifics?
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Mr.Meerkat in Moderators on the forum   
    Of course. Nerd is not a derogatory remark.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Melodist in Socket only PCIe to NVME adapter   
    I have one installed in a NAS w/ a hefty heat sink and it's been fine.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Mr.Meerkat in Moderators on the forum   
    Of course. Nerd is not a derogatory remark.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Mr.Meerkat in Moderators on the forum   
    Of course. Nerd is not a derogatory remark.
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