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  1. Majoka, all the processes started on Linux are...

    Majoka, all the processes started on Linux are started in tree like fashion. If you cut off a branch (close a program), all the sub-branches are cut off as well (all the programs started from or by...
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    Try adding the LinkSys NSLU2...

    Try adding the LinkSys NSLU2 device to the Asus router, it can server as MySQL and PHP server (has enough horsepower), will draw almost nil electricity (as compared to full grown server). Have a look...
  3. Is not a (much) cheaper solution to use a USB hub...

    Is not a (much) cheaper solution to use a USB hub and several smaller sticks (for example 3x2MB), if you need that much capacity? (I have not tried a HUB myself though)
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    My above problem solved. It is not possible to...

    My above problem solved. It is not possible to mix iptables mark with tc u32 match rules assignment for the same class.

    But it still doesn't work well. Even if I try to mark packets as described...
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    Yeah, I read only the first chapter with CBQ,...

    Yeah, I read only the first chapter with CBQ, then I found out it had also the version with HTB...

    In the meantime, I'm working on marking the packets with iptables, but it doesn't come out well...
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    akbor, I have checked the documentation and...

    akbor, I have checked the documentation and examples on the lartc.org site and I wonder why you have changed all the policy rules from CBQ to HTB? I'm just starting to study these thinks so as to...
  7. I have 2GB USB stick connected to the wl500g,...

    I have 2GB USB stick connected to the wl500g, it's working quite well. I chose to have some 50MB of swap, the rest is for system/data.

    Jiri
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    Urgent question - fear of next bootup

    Oleg (and others), please, do I have to use "flashfs enable" after every "flashfs save && flashfs commit"? What if the "flashfs enable" command does not finish, it gets hung up? (according to top,...
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    I didn't know that only prio 1-3 are working, I...

    I didn't know that only prio 1-3 are working, I defined the least priority as no.4. At the moment, there are no torrents being processed, so the 1:30 class is empty. I'll check that.

    As for the...
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    akbor, sorry for not replying to your question....

    akbor, sorry for not replying to your question. Again a cloudy brain after a long day :D

    NSLU2 - that is another wonderful device - a NAT from LinkSys called NSLU2. It has a very low power...
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    akbor, thanks for your ideas and hints. In the...

    akbor, thanks for your ideas and hints. In the meantime I modified the script a bit.

    I made 4 classes:
    1st - top priority, with 2 subclasses. 1:11 for ICMP, SSH is unlimited; 1:15 is for Skype....
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    i'll point you to a different site, the sollution...

    i'll point you to a different site, the sollution for a NSLU2 unit can be found here, on the www.nslu2-linux.org. The technical basis why almost all USB connected disks do NOT spin down is also...
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    Styno, the web server running on NSLU2 is just...

    Styno,

    the web server running on NSLU2 is just for personal purposes, there is nothing for general audience. Therefore the traffic there is very very low. Most of the time the bandwidth is...
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    Skype priority

    Hi, I want to add my bit to the description of "configuring" wondershaper.

    Background


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  15. Thread: weight?

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    ahz, what do you need the wl500g for? if you need...

    ahz, what do you need the wl500g for? if you need cheap, simple, light and low power consumption computer, why not give the Linksys NSLU2 a try. Have a look at www.nslu2-linux.org. It only has one...
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