ZionVPS – Anti-DDoS, Bulgaria / US / FR, KVM, 1GB / s, BTC, 24X7 Skype, 99.9% SLA, / 48 IPv6 each / Custom Operating System

Greetings from ZionVPS
our website – http://zionvps.com
You can request a personalized VPS configuration by live chat or by inquiring here> https://zionvps.com/billing/contact.php
We provide OpenVZ and KVM servers, both protected against DDoS attacks ranging from 20 to 480 Gbps. On request we can change the reverse DNS of your IP address and configure the web application firewall for your IP address.

OpenVZ servers are located in New York, USA and feature RAID 01, upgraded 1 GbPS bandwidth, and Intel Xeon E3 1245v2 processors.

KVM servers are located in Paris, France and have SSD cache disks with RAID 01, bandwidth upgraded to 1 GbPS, and Xeon E5-1620V2 processors.

KVM servers are located in Sofia, Bulgaria and come with a 1Gb / S uplink, RAID 10, limited bandwidth (scalable) and Xeon E5-2450V2 processors.

We use SolusVM as a control panel and formally prohibit over-selling of resources.

Ip Test: http://104.243.33.28/512MB.zip (USA-OpenVZ)
Ip test: http://94.23.183.8/512MB.zip (France)
Ip Test: 94.156.128.2 (Bulgaria-KVM)

Speedtest – http://www.speedtest.net/result/3762122459.png

Notice: https://www.coinpayments.net/feedbac…cca244748e599e

Bulgaria KVM (Raid 10, SSD cache!)

Plan 1:
$ 9.99 / month

Disk 25 GB @> 200 MB / s IO
1 GB of RAM
1 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
1 IPv4, / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

Plan 2:
$ 15.99 / month

50 GB disk @> 200 MB / s IO
1.5 GB of RAM
1 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
2 IPv4 / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

Plan 3:
$ 21.99 / month

70 GB disk @> 200 MB / s IO
2 GB of RAM
1.5 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
2 IPv4,2x / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

Plan 4:
$ 25.99 / month

Disk 200 GB @> 200 MB / s IO
4 GB of RAM
2.5 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
4 IPv4.4x / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

USA OpenVZ

Plan 1:
$ 6.50 / month

20 GB of cached SSD
Bandwidth from 500 GB to 1 Gb / s
1 GB of RAM
Access to 2 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 2 IPv6, 10 Gb / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

Plan 2:
$ 9.50 / month

30 GB of cached SSD
Bandwidth from 1 TB to 1 Gb / s
2 GB of RAM
Access to 3 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 3 IPv6, 10 GB / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

Plan 3:
$ 15.50 / month

40 GB of cached SSD
1.5 TB of bandwidth at 1 Gb / s
4 GB of RAM
Access to 3 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 3 IPv6, 10 GB / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

Plan 4:
$ 19.50 / month

SSD in cache of 60 GB
Bandwidth from 2.5 TB to 1 Gb / s
6 GB of RAM
Access to 4 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 3 IPv6, 10 GB / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

France KVM

Plan 1:
$ 9.99 / month

25 GB SSD cached disk
1 GB of RAM
Unmeasured bandwidth at 500 Mbps (scalable)
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

Plan 2:
$ 15.99 / month

Disk cached SSD 50 GB
1.5 GB of RAM
Unmeasured bandwidth at 500 Mbps (scalable)
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

Plan 3:
$ 21.99 / month

Disk cached SSD 70 GB
2 GB of RAM
Unmeasured bandwidth at 500 Mbps (scalable)
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

Plan 4:
$ 25.99 / month

200GB SSD cached disk
4 GB of RAM
unmeasured bandwidth @ 1GB / S
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

TOS:
Example of activities leading to suspension:
Spamming
Use a botnet controller / send DDoS attacks
Scanning
Tor output nodes
Illegal content for adults
Content hosting canceled / hacked
Links / discussions on illegal material (ex-forum warez software)
CPU Miners
public proxy

Examples of authorized activities:
Permanent use of full bandwidth (eg Hosting a Debian ISO mirror)
Use as a private relay / relay
A website that attracts a lot of DDoS attacks (we get it a lot and we actively mitigate it, your server always stays on and no IP null route!)

Support is provided via tickets, facebook and skype

Payment accepted – Any credit card / Paypal / Bitcoins / Altcoins / Payza / Swift

change direction in a Unix-based operating system with special character. in folder name

I want to go to a directory. in an Ubuntu server.

Problem: The name of the folder is @w$#

It's in / Volumes /


$ pwd
/Volumes

$ ls -a
.       ..      @w$#        hdd

I can not go inside the @ w $ #.

NOTES:

As well, completion tab OR drag and drop it will not work. (src: https://askubuntu.com/a/101602)

Plus, I think I should not delete / Hard disk or even the / Volumes.

Install the Kindle Fire Operating System on Kindle Paperwhite

Is it possible to install the Kindle Fire operating system on Kindle Paperwhite? I can access the kindle file system (paperwhite). If yes, how?

linux – Installation location of applications on AWS RHEL if I want to have separate EBS volumes for the operating system and applications

AWS and custom architecture on Linux are new to me and I have trouble understanding how to install the operating system and packages / applications installed on separate EBS volumes (although it's a good idea). This idea comes from an article on AWS Best Practices: Best Practices for Amazon EC2.

  1. When they say "Use separate Amazon EBS volumes for the operating system relative to your data", does that refer to what would normally be in "/ home", or does that make sense? would also apply to "/ opt"? (… or none of these answers)

  2. What is the proper way to move / opt on a non-root volume in an EC2 context? Most of the guides I see indicate that the changes to / etc / fstab make the timelines permanent, but I'm wary of doing so for EC2 because the root EBS volumes disappear (usually) when the instances are finished.

  3. If I had to adopt the approach of multiple volumes, what should be the minimum size of the volume? Default? (the one attached when launching the EC2 instance), the RHEL v8 volume, and other volumes.

ZionVPS – Anti-DDoS, Bulgaria / US / FR, KVM, 1GB / s, BTC, 24X7 Skype, 99.9% SLA, / 48 IPv6 each / Custom Operating System

Greetings from ZionVPS
our website – http://zionvps.com
You can request a personalized VPS configuration by live chat or by inquiring here> https://zionvps.com/billing/contact.php
We provide OpenVZ and KVM servers, both protected against DDoS attacks ranging from 20 to 480 Gbps. On request we can change the reverse DNS of your IP address and configure the web application firewall for your IP address.

OpenVZ servers are located in New York, USA and feature RAID 01, upgraded 1 GbPS bandwidth, and Intel Xeon E3 1245v2 processors.

KVM servers are located in Paris, France and have SSD cache disks with RAID 01, bandwidth upgraded to 1 GbPS, and Xeon E5-1620V2 processors.

KVM servers are located in Sofia, Bulgaria and come with a 1Gb / S uplink, RAID 10, limited bandwidth (scalable) and Xeon E5-2450V2 processors.

We use SolusVM as a control panel and formally prohibit over-selling of resources.

Ip Test: http://104.243.33.28/512MB.zip (USA-OpenVZ)
Ip test: http://94.23.183.8/512MB.zip (France)
Ip Test: 94.156.128.2 (Bulgaria-KVM)

Speedtest – http://www.speedtest.net/result/3762122459.png

Notice: https://www.coinpayments.net/feedbac…cca244748e599e

Bulgaria KVM (Raid 10, SSD cache!)

Plan 1:
$ 9.99 / month

Disk 25 GB @> 200 MB / s IO
1 GB of RAM
1 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
1 IPv4, / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

Plan 2:
$ 15.99 / month

50 GB disk @> 200 MB / s IO
1.5 GB of RAM
1 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
2 IPv4 / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

Plan 3:
$ 21.99 / month

70 GB disk @> 200 MB / s IO
2 GB of RAM
1.5 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
2 IPv4,2x / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

Plan 4:
$ 25.99 / month

Disk 200 GB @> 200 MB / s IO
4 GB of RAM
2.5 TB Premium B / W at 1 GbPS
4 IPv4.4x / 48 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
You select an operating system model or provide ISO
Buy now

USA OpenVZ

Plan 1:
$ 6.50 / month

20 GB of cached SSD
Bandwidth from 500 GB to 1 Gb / s
1 GB of RAM
Access to 2 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 2 IPv6, 10 Gb / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

Plan 2:
$ 9.50 / month

30 GB of cached SSD
Bandwidth from 1 TB to 1 Gb / s
2 GB of RAM
Access to 3 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 3 IPv6, 10 GB / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

Plan 3:
$ 15.50 / month

40 GB of cached SSD
1.5 TB of bandwidth at 1 Gb / s
4 GB of RAM
Access to 3 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 3 IPv6, 10 GB / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

Plan 4:
$ 19.50 / month

SSD in cache of 60 GB
Bandwidth from 2.5 TB to 1 Gb / s
6 GB of RAM
Access to 4 processor cores
1 IPv4 DDoS protection, 3 IPv6, 10 GB / s
OpenVZ / SolusVM
All specifications can be upgraded in the customer area
Buy now

France KVM

Plan 1:
$ 9.99 / month

25 GB SSD cached disk
1 GB of RAM
Unmeasured bandwidth at 500 Mbps (scalable)
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

Plan 2:
$ 15.99 / month

Disk cached SSD 50 GB
1.5 GB of RAM
Unmeasured bandwidth at 500 Mbps (scalable)
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

Plan 3:
$ 21.99 / month

Disk cached SSD 70 GB
2 GB of RAM
Unmeasured bandwidth at 500 Mbps (scalable)
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

Plan 4:
$ 25.99 / month

200GB SSD cached disk
4 GB of RAM
unmeasured bandwidth @ 1GB / S
1 IPv4.1 IPv6 with DDoS protection
KVM / SolusVM
Buy now

TOS:
Example of activities leading to suspension:
Spamming
Use a botnet controller / send DDoS attacks
Scanning
Tor output nodes
Illegal content for adults
Content hosting canceled / hacked
Links / discussions on illegal material (ex-forum warez software)
CPU Miners
public proxy

Examples of authorized activities:
Permanent use of full bandwidth (eg Hosting a Debian ISO mirror)
Use as a private relay / relay
A website that attracts a lot of DDoS attacks (we get it a lot and we actively mitigate it, your server still stays on and no IP null route!)

Support is provided via tickets, facebook and skype

Payment accepted – Any credit card / Paypal / Bitcoins / Altcoins / Payza / Swift

system installation – Attempt to switch to the Windows operating system

I'm trying to switch from a machine under Ubuntu. I do not use many things under Windows. The .iso file is on a USB key. Only when I run the installation process, an error occurs.

I know it's because I'm currently using the partition, but I do not know how to solve the problem.

Error Unmounting / dev / sda: 1 Command Line "unmounts" / dev / sda1 "

Someone has ideas or help?

Thank you!

operating systems – Converting the physical address into logic

In the 8-bit address space, there are 16 pages and the page table stores:

68792EA51BD3CF04 (Hex)

The physical address is 39h, what is the corresponding logical address?


I literally have no idea what to do, I've tried to look at different sites and work with formulas, but nothing seems to work. I do not think it has been covered in the conferences yet, but it could come up on the exam.

I would appreciate any form of help, thanks and sorry to take your time.

Encryption – Use TPM 2.0 to automatically decrypt the SD card in the Raspbian operating system

I am a student and I am trying to complete the first part of a fairly large project, but I am new to TPM and Linux. What I'm trying to do is that TPM handles the automatic decryption of the ext4 root partition on the sd card at boot time. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 with Raspbian Buster installed. I've already successfully encrypted the root with the help of this guide:

Raspbian Stretch Luks Encrypt

After that, I was able to enter a password at startup. My next step was therefore to try to automatically decrypt the SD card at startup with an Infineon TPM that I have installed on the GPIO. My support software environment for the TPM includes tpm2-tools, tpm2-tss and tpm2-abrmd, and I can verify that all are working properly.

I saw another post on Stack Exchange that mentioned the use of clevis with the packages clevis-luks and clevis-tpm2 to accomplish this:

Use TPM2.0 to safely decrypt the hard drive under Linux – unattended

The response of a contributor to the message suggested to try the command bind bind. I went ahead and tried it myself, and the command runs smoothly, but when I restart, it seems that the TPM does not handle decryption because I'm still prompted to enter a password.

I even found another guide that mentions the use of dracut with clevis-dracut so that the clevis module is loaded early, so that the SD card should automatically be decrypted – assuming that the module of Clevis communicates with the TPM to "unlock" the SD card, but that still has not worked for me. This guide can be found here:

TPM encryption in Fedora Linux

I realize that I do not work with Fedora, but most of the elements in this guide should always apply. My question is, what am I doing wrong here?
If there is anyone who could enlighten my approach, I would appreciate it very much.

JavaScript Operating System Design – Bitcoin Battery Exchange

It is not possible to check a single transaction without knowing the status of the network. To know the status of the network, you must check all its historical transactions (that is, run a complete node).

This means that it is not possible to take a single transaction and check it with the help of a piece of code. Instead, you will need all the transaction history so you can determine if the transaction is valid relative to the current state of the network (that is, the person who is trying to spend parts legally owns it?).

There are different implementations of a bitcoin node, written in different languages. You will want to find one with which you can interact programmatically with the help of javascript.

EDIT: I see now that you seem to be asking questions about building mining software. My answer above remains true (you will need a complete node to determine the network status and create block templates), but otherwise, I think your question (build a software package) data mining) is too broad.

windows – Operating a FTP server at home

I was reading about setting up an FTP server on laptops. In this article, it was said that the storage size was virtually unlimited and that the speed of the Internet connection was the only obstacle. Question 1, from where does this unlimited storage space come from? Question 2, if I had a fast internet connection, would not I need an external storage device? I'm sorry if my questions seem stupid.