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What will the impact be of Mir? Will gaming be ruined, or is the awesome-train about to leave the station? Edit: Obviously this applies mainly to future Ubuntu releases. And for gaming, think Steam. submitted by noccy8000 [link] [2 comments]

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I've got a small 'lab' at work where I'm trying to get the IP of a test server updated to my production server. My 'lab' consists of a VM, hosted by the company's servers, and an old physical box, which is under my desk. The VM has a static ip, of course, and running turnkey linux. The test box isn't official, and not hosted, so it's grabbing a dynamic ip every reboot. I'm trying to figure out how I can get the test server to update the prod server of what it's ip is on reboot. Nothing shady going on here, I have full blessings on the hosted VM obviously, but some strings were pulled to get it in place, so I can't get the test machine hosted as well without pushing my luck. I am root on both machines as well. Neither machine is accessed from the outside world, so no dynamic dns services would help (I need internal ip only anyway). I know I could fumble a couple of scripts together on each side, but I didn't want to re-invent the wheel if someone knew of a quick easy solution, plus I'm not super strong at scripting, so it would be a time investment that would have to go pretty low on the list at the moment. Any ideas? submitted by Ghlave [link] [3 comments]

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