This apparently holds true back to at least GNOME 2.12 or before, but more importantly it still holds true for GNOME 3.0. As a former primarily-Windows user, I always kind of expected to be able to change default file association …
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This is a problem that plagued me for quite while, and it required two fixes in my setup (which runs Server 2003; not sure how this affects 2008/R2). One of the fixes now lets the Windows Server 2003 DHCP service update DNS dynamically for any client that connects. The other fix is a problem with Fedora 14′s NetworkManager. More of a workaround, though.
Inspired by the folks over at Backblaze, who describe in this post how they build (pretty much from scratch, and with a breakdown of components and basic wiring diagram) their own Debian-based SAN devices to power their backup business, I’ve decided to try and build my own Linux-based iSCSI SAN device.
At my place of business we’re gearing up to deploy Redhat Enterprise Virtualization for Servers 2.2, and, as such, I had to read the Administration Guide. 200+ pages of technical information. Not the most entertaining read, but highly informative. If you also need to read it and have been putting it off, or just want to see what it’s all about, I’ve embedded my key-points notes (AdamD’s Notez™) so you can get a general idea of what it’s all about.