Below is the long list of commands that I will be using to create the Fedora chroot.
In this video I am just showing how the various components were connected, when I was running this setup in the previous videos, because someone asked how I had everything connected.
In this video I am resetting a Fortigate 80C back to its factory default settings.
In this video I am showing how to reset a Cisco 860VAE router back to it's factory default settings.
Here is a video where I show how to add various isos to a disk image that can be used to write to a usb stick, which can then be used to install various operating systems onto a PC
This is just a quick video to show some of the performance of the Qemu guest 3D OpenGL renderer. I am running a game called Stunt Rally.
Here is a re-render of the previous water simulation, with an animated camera, rather than the 360 degree static camera that was used before.
The below commands are the ones that I used in the above video
e2fsck -fy /dev/centos6/root
resize2fs -p /dev/centos6/root 15G
lvreduce -L 20G /dev/centos6/root
When you connect to an L2TP VPN with Windows, by default it will send your default route through the VPN as well, so that you can access the remote network.
If you are on Windows 10 and are trying to connect to an L2TP server behind a NAT, then you will find that it will not work due to how Microsoft has set up their IP stack.
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