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  • Kung Docker containers ang gagamitin ko, I wonder kung paanong i-route from internal Docker network papuntang specific host NIC and/or NICs. Baka pwedeng i-host mode ko nalang ang containers, pero di ko pa rin alam kung may app na pwedeng i-combine ang dalawang NICs, then control the route on a per application basis.


    -p for port matching lang, basically it open the port from your docker's internal network to host's network, example -p 80:80, (format is internal network : external network) if you want to host the dockers port 80 to something different on your host, you can set it to like port 8080 which becomes like -p 8080:80.

    --net=IP naman kung gusto mo may sariling LAN IP yung docker container mo (instead of using its isolated internal network). parameter nito is --net=192.168.11.112 or something. if your using FreeNAS, all of the plugins there are containers on docker and each plugin have their own network

    for loadbalancing ng network mo, hindi na sakop ng docker yan, its usually yoru router/firewall should be handling this and dispatch is actually just another app that do that loadbalancing feature of multiple internet sources. it should be possible with iptables, but im not going to tackle that thing here, the simple way to fix this is spin up a VM, load a router firewall distro on it (pfsense or Openwrt with mwan3 package will do the trick) and use that as your loadbalancer instead.

    -- edited by polka on Jul 27 2020, 09:08 PM

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  • may nakapag dual boot na ba dito ng asus rog strix? gagana ba?

    also kapag nagdual boot ba at gusto ko na ibalik sa dati yung Hard drive partition , mababalik pa rin naman noh? if balak ko na i sell, gusto ko kasi ma maintain pa rin yung hardrive na maayos.

    gusto ko lang kasi mag try this time ng linux distro. if didnt work ibalik uli ko sa dating state :D

    -- edited by ironFistMayden on Aug 11 2020, 05:28 PM
  • @ironFistMayden
    I have a Strix Hero III although hindi dual booted. Madali lang naman setup dual boot if ever since andyan na yung Windows partition mo. Resize mo lang yung existing partitions para may space yung Linux na iinstall mo. Kapag ibenta mo na, either clean install or recover mo yung OEM install ng Windows.
  • noted paps, nagawa k na
    madali lang pala :D

    thanks
  • anyone has experience this,
    sa ubuntu madalas nag reset yung font size gamit ako ng `Tweaks` na pang adjust ng desktop (fonts,window,tilebar,etc..)

    sa Fonts section, I have to reclick the scaling factor into 1 para ma reset lang , though minor just inconvenience na palagi ko ginagawa. madalas nangyari kapag dual monitor ko

    -- edited by ironFistMayden on Sep 06 2020, 09:15 PM
  • sa mga nag install ng ubuntu restricted extras, after niyo bang iinstall siya tinanggal niyo ba yung flash player plugin. salamat
  • Mga sir
    ask ko lang naginstall ako ng ubuntu 16.04
    ang problem ko ayaw mag connect sa wifi ?tapos hindi makita ang
    wifi adapter
    Paano kaya nag config nito para mag ka wifi?
    Salamat

    -- edited by laggers000 on Nov 21 2020, 07:55 PM
  • Ano po chipset nung Wifi niyo?
  • Try mo 20.04 baka mas supported na yung wifi adapter mo laggers
  • adonis827

    Try mo 20.04 baka mas supported na yung wifi adapter mo laggers


    Sir

    may 32 bit linux pa po ba?kasi 32 bit lang laptop ko
    Gusto ko kasi matuto ng about linux
    Beginner pa lang sa linux

    thanks
  • Gusto ko kasi matuto ng about linux
    Beginner pa lang sa linux


    Ano ba usage scenario mo?

    Di naman kailangan matutunan gamitin ang Linux. Baka ibig mo sabihin ay "familiarization". Di mandatory ang command line interface.

    Ang primary difference ng Linux kumpara sa Windows ay :
    1. Installation of software - on Linux, you use the software manager. It's like Google Play Store.
    2. Hardware Drivers - comes with the Linux kernel. No need to download or install anything "most of the time". Radeon GPU drivers are pre-installed, for NVIDIA, you need to install the proprietary GPU driver.

    -- edited by bintsmok on Nov 22 2020, 02:54 PM