I tried zsh couple of times, and never was really impressed.
So I always fall back to bash, with bash-completion installed, and used (which is, from what I understand, fixing the "zsh has better tab-completion" thing).
What other things am I missing? Or perhaps there is still something with tab-completion that bash + bash-completion doesn't handle, but zsh does?
Could you show me some examples that would make me appreciate zsh?submitted by depesz
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Starting in April, several Debian ARM port builder machines have been upgraded to substantially faster Marvell Armada XP based servers. Marvell has donated eight Marvell MV78460 SoC development boards using Marvell Armada 370/XP CPUs running at 1.6GHz.
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Is it possible to use iptables to redirect (forward) all traffic on one IP on machine A to IP B? So machine A has 192.168.1.5 on eth1 but forwards all traffic it receives on eth1 to 10.0.0.10 or any other IP. I know how to do it with one port but I want all traffic to be forwarded. Machine B should nog know this is happening. If iptables can do this, how does it work?
If iptables is not able to do this, is there other linux software that does?submitted by raymii
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