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1answer
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Application protocol-based port forwarding/redirection [on hold]

I need to split traffic on port 80 between HTTP and non-HTTP, and internally forward HTTP traffic to a port nginx will listen to, and non-HTTP traffic to port 22. Does anyone know of a piece of ...
1
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5answers
155 views

Amazon Linux: Can't log background task output?

We recently moved to AWS EC2 instances w/ the Amazon Linux distro. On our old servers (RH Enterprise), we've been able to run a command in the background (&) and also redirect the output to a log ...
0
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1answer
92 views

Switch console output to RS232

How can I switch temporally Linux ASCII console to RS232 port build-in computer. I mean about Linux system working as server, without running any graphical tools on it (X11, bootsplash etc). But I ...
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0answers
407 views

Linux: serial port forwarding via RDP to Windows machine

I'm trying to redirect serial device on /dev/ttyUSB0 to RDP session with Windows (XP or server 2003) through FreeRDP or rdesktop. Like this for example: xfrerdp /a:serial,COM3,/dev/ttyUSB0 /v:server ...
2
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2answers
888 views

Access D-Bus remotely using socat

Description: I'd like to access a D-Bus system service from another machine, knowing only machine's IP address and the service to connect to. What I have recently found is Gabriel (D-Bus over SSH). ...
0
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1answer
213 views

Redirect Incoming mail to another servers

I do not know what are the options are and how to google them and I am little far from the subject, so I am asking it here: We are a student club and we have a virtual Ubuntu server by our school, it ...
2
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3answers
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redirect temporarily STDOUT to another file descriptor, but still to screen

I'm making a script that executes some commands inside, and these commands show some output on STDOUT (and STDERR as well, but that's no problem). I need that my script generates a .tar.gz file to ...
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1answer
133 views

redirecting to the originating server

The following is working as expected. The only problem is that it does not return the source server command prompt unless I hit Ctrl + c [abc@server]$ 0</dev/null echo "ls" | ssh -t -t ...
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2answers
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linux networking: how to redirect incoming connections from old server to new server?

I'm in the process of moving my old server to a new server, but i will keep the old server running for database replication and load balancing, etc. each server has a separate internet connection with ...