As the Systadmin for an engineering firm, I am currently using an
IP masquerading server to allow our company's internal 10.1.x.x IP
addresses internally to talk to the world, and it works great for
short lived or busy connections like http or ftp file requests.
However, I do have problems with other things like telnet and ssh
connections. The server seems to be dropping connections at
various random intervals. Where do I start to diagnose this
My mother just mailed me a Windows floppy holding digital
photographs of my new cousin. I put the disk into the floppy drive
on my Linux system, typed mount /mnt/floppy, and the disk mounted
fine. However, when I used ls to view the directory, I was rewarded
with a contradictory message listing filenames along with the error
"No such file or directory"! What am I doing wrong? Other disks in
this same drive work just fine."
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