Monthly Archive: May 2011

May 27

Mount Removable Drive in Unix

A computer running Linux may only make a few drives (e.g., partitions on a hard disk or on a flash drive) available, among all drives recognized by the system. Unlike Windows, Linux does not keep independent folder hierarchies on separate drives designated by different letters. Linux integrates the files stored on separate drives into the …

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May 14

Static Routing in FreeBSD and Debian

static Routing

Static Routing is achieved by manually adding routes to the routing table.In these systems, routes through a data network are described by fixed paths (statically). These routes are usually entered into the router by the system administrator. An entire network can be configured using static routes, but this type of configuration is not fault tolerant. …

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