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Linux - route add error: SIOCADDRT: No such process

root@linux:~ # route add -net 172.22.1.0 gw 172.22.18.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 dev eth1
SIOCADDRT: No such process

I added the route to /etc/sysconfig/network/routes and then restarted the network service…

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How to figure out PID of a given binary name?

Hey guys,

How to know what PID is of a given program name? Well, you can use the most well known (maybe) command  “ps -e… 81 more words

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Build 140831 of SlackEX 14.1 live USB with kernel 3.16.1

New features in version 140831 of SlackEX
SlackEX build 140831 comes as a ZIP-file for direct installation to an USB stick. I have replaced kernel 3.14-x86_64-exton with kernel… 107 more words

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Chef: Spin-up and bootstrap a node on AWS

A few quick instructions for spinning up a node on AWS using Chef and the Knife EC2 plugin.
Some of these steps I culled together from various sites and thought it might be helpful to have them all in one spot. 512 more words

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Manually updating a Dell server drivers using the Server Update Utility provided by Dell

Quick notes on how to update a Dell Server (R610) running Linux (XenServer) with the latest Dell Server Update Utility ISO (SUU_730_x32_Q22013_A01.iso) from the… 213 more words

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Finding network driver version on Citrix XenServer (Linux)

To list all the PCI hardware devices, use:

lspci -v

Look for your network controller.  Once located, look for the Kernel modules section which will note the driver module. 33 more words

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