It's NOT possible - try setting u BIND instead or contacting the author to add support for it; I am creating this entry so that it would save hours of searching for others.
The basic setup that should work is to point your domain dns servers to to 'ns1.yourdomain.com` where ns1 resolves to your servers IP, however because dnsmasq can not answer with a NS record and the process fails - that is my understanding based on my readings
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SOCKS error: Connection closed by remote server
When setting up SOCKS only proxy in Opera web browser make sure to specify the IP address instead of your fully qualified domain name (FQDN). Using a host name will not work and Opera simply fails to connect to the proxy server.
Sample working setup screen shot with a Dante proxy server , note that HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SSH options are left blank.
Bug DSK-364301 has been filled with Opera, if it has been a while since this post and the issue still not fixed feel free to add your word of encouragement by emailing DSKfirstname.lastname@example.org :)
How to save SSH username/password for auto login in PuTTy
The answer is you can't do it...at least in plain PuTTy. However there is an awesome fork with that let's you store the username and password and other additional features called KiTTy.
So grab yourself a copy and +1 this if you do, thanks.
DIY - Do it yourself fireplace child guard
Our wonderful 8.5 month old Sofia has become a crawling race car with an untamed thirst for exploration. And so with the cold nights approaching we needed to child proof the fireplace. This however proved to be more difficult than would reasonably expect, I've checked the local Toys "R" Us, Walmart, and even a Canadian Tire with no success for a ready to use product.
Internet search was more fruitful and returned a few online stores one could order from, however in all honestly they didn't look too sturdy to me. So I build my own relatively quickly and inexpensively.
Materials needed is a privacy plastic lattice - the smallest hole pattern - a few screws and anchors; tools needed are a drill, and a handsaw if you don't have the lattice cut at the store - that’s it. The construction consits of screwing the lattice into the wall and the final product is easiest explained through following pictures.
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