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Linux commands tips – Part 3

Multiple Gateways to Server nano /etc/network/interfaces auto lo iface lo inet loopbackauto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address netmask gateway eth1 iface eth1 inet static address netmask post-up route add via dev eth1 auto eth2 iface eth2 inet static address netmask post-up route add via dev eth2   Restrict…
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Dell, DNS, Host, Printer, Scan

How to scan to email with Dell MFP E525w

Step 1.  Log into printer though the web browser. NOTE: Default username is "admin" and empty password. Step 2. Click "Print Server Settings" on left navigation bar, then go to Print Server Settings. Step 3.  Click on TCP/IP. Step 4. Make sure you are using a valid IP on the printer. Confirm your gateway too. Step 5. Immediately below, on the…
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How to turn off Windows Updates in Windows 10

Windows 10  is a service, which means automatic updates are turned on by default and your PC always has the latest and best features. With automatic updating, you don’t have to search for updates online or worry that critical fixes or device drivers for Windows might be missing from your PC. Windows Update automatically installs important updates as they become available.…
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DNS, Host, OSX

How to edit your Mac’s Hosts file, and why?

If you're setting up a new web server or another device that's going to be connected to the Internet and you want to put it through its paces before it's live, or if you're having trouble with spyware and adware networks, there's an invisible file on your Mac that can help. It's called the Hosts file, and this is how…
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