IainB I wish I wasn't writing two weeks worth of legal brief in the next few days...my first...Pro Se. I'd go searching for the old UWC downloads I probably have somewhere.
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...that distinction will have a huge effect on the log size. This is one of a multitude of reasons why Exchange tends to require a lot of system resources.
That must be one hell of a calendar! cheesy I do believe it is safe to say that Virtualization is by far my favorite technology to play with.I ended up with the system mostly to have fun with virtualization. I've become addicted to the Calendar since, even though it's just keeping my doctor's appointments and reminding me when to eat my health foods mostly. If something goes wrong I'm going to buy a subscription to Exchange email somewhere. Like you, my setup is strictly for my home network lab, but definitely no MSDN subscriptions connected. Maybe a deploy or two every few years, or a network tool to try, and my WSUS (Windows Updates).
I don't think there is any MS OS that can't be run on Hyper-V - I've got a copy of DOS v6.22...Wow! I always thought those compatibilities lists at Microsoft were the Tablets of Moses, Volume 3, especially after reading forums on different hurdles after a bunch of searches over the years.
... a list of caveats a mile long with self hosting..., ...your ISP allows it...I doubt I'd consider a mail server without a static IP, which requires a Business package from my provider. There's at least one way around that with DynDns, but again my novice senses tell me to go with the true static in this case.
He he -- I'm about to try to use them again -- nice to have notes to consultThat must be contagious. This round I did the net-install of Debian non-advanced, and then did without sudo. I had to install gdm3 for my startx, but now all is working otherwise perfectly from your steps. I ruined my first try by uninstalling too much after adding the Desktop Environment. My startx would freeze with only a cursor on a black screen, but I wasn't going to tackle those forums. I'd almost be better off attempting Gentoo. Thanks ewemao.
1. Boot from iso-on-USB (dd-ed to USB memory)I've never seen it, but somebody ought to host a forum just for installs with nothing installed and devoted to one job as you proposed. I knew what I was getting into, and I've run into a full dead-end in my startx, but I've learned a TON, and recalled a TON. I hadn't done much with linux command-line in about five years, and never had enough time to do very much with it anyway. At first I couldn't do without sudo, and found I wasn't on the internet when I went to install it. I'm very proud of my setting ifconfig (a new set of commands for me) manually for all the specs and getting eth0 up running on startup.
2. Run the text installer and at the tasksel step unselect everything
3. After rebooting, install the sudo package and add the non-root user to the sudo group (then relogin)
4. Tell apt-get to install the virtualbox and xinit packages and accept the installation of the additional packages
5. Add the non-root user to the vboxusers group
6. Reboot for the VirtualBox modules to load (modprobe might work instead)
7. Log in and use startx to start X
8. From an xterm, start VirtualBox
9. Test run a guest OS
... Could you use one of the sticky notes programs to send a note to your other computers on a schedule? E.g. this from Zhorn Software Stickies:-rjbull (January 07, 2014, 04:11 PM)
... wondering whether the important thing is the time delay after a meal, with meals not being taken absolutely to the clock. ...-rjbull (January 08, 2014, 03:41 PM)
not really my thing, but what about a simple web page? ... set the page on one pc, and you can reference it ...I'm definitely looking for something that shows up on my two computers, or more when I go out to the courtyard with a notebook, etc, without having to find a webpage.-Target (January 06, 2014, 07:54 PM)
What about a cheap, physical timer?Are you referring to my ex-wife? jk* No clutter space left around here, and I have computers on most of the day.-skwire (January 06, 2014, 08:20 PM)
Isn't the moment you need to take the medicine the most important? ...The time is always different depending on when I eat.-Shades (January 06, 2014, 08:26 PM)
^+1I only have about seventeen windows computers in the house I could turn on. Also, the 2-wheeling of my youth has left me with poor hearing. jk* jk*
Naturally, the easiest way would be to have the main computer remote shutdown all the others.
The sound of multiple Windows shutdown tunes would then alert you ...-4wd (January 06, 2014, 10:32 PM)
You are wasting your life if you aren't a nudist! ...I've decided to strip the case off my six month old OCZ SSD so it'll be faster!-Deozaan (June 18, 2011, 05:29 PM)