Which linux-based graphics tool do you use to draw network topologies where you want to show interface/port labels?
I'm looking for a tool where I can put text labels for the interfaces. Something like this: https://packetpushers.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Example-network2.jpg
Preferably, it should also be possible to group objects, for instance a switch, all of it's interface labels and interface connections/cables, so that you can drag it around and all related objects will follow it.
I don't want to use Visio or something web-based but something Linux based.submitted by /u/cult_of_algernon
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Hey guys, I've been looking to build a personal linux server for some time now. The main use is going to be a web server, GitLab host and FTP server. Possibly with some mail server running later, and some VM's for some testing.
- HP Xeon 12-core 2.2GHz CPU
- 24GB RAM
- Quadro FX3700 GFX
- 240GB x 3
- 500GB x 1
I got the computer off a buddy of mine. It's pretty beefy I know. I'm a computer systems student in my 3rd year of my degree. I know my way around a computer for the most part, but just want some extra input.
I've been doing a lot of searching online and I had centOS 7 on it before. Couldn't get it working and it's just been a pain. I figured here might have some ideas and some input as to what I should do. All comments are welcome and I will be checking frequently. Hope you guys have some good ideas!
This is more of an open discussion and question rather than pure help. I know how to do most of the work, I would just like some input and a discussion on what to do as a whole, and maybe some past input and stuff from other userssubmitted by /u/cantcmenoobz
Can this feature be used reliably?
And are there file systems that support native transparent deduplication?submitted by /u/amateur_whiner
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After it has been delayed twice, the highly anticipated Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS update is finally launching today, February 9, 2017, but it will include an older version of the Mesa 3D Graphics Library.