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aptitude considers packages that are installed due to dependencies to be "automatically" installed. With that knowledge, you can quickly construct an aptitude search pattern to list all installed packages that where not automatically installed: aptitude search "?and(?installed, ?not(?automatic))" Alternatively, using short form for the search terms: ...


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In /etc/gdm/custom.conf, add the following stanza: [greeter] Exclude=nobody,wont_appear1,wont_appear2 If you want an inclusive list, I think the following will work (though it will also show users who recently logged in by entering their name manually): [greeter] IncludeAll=false Include=will_appear1,will_appear2 Users with a UID <1000 won't appear ...


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You cannot download a list of all registered domains. There is no such list. DNS is a hierarchal, delegated and distributed service where TLDs (Top Level Domains, e.g. .com and .uk) are managed by disparate registrar authorities. Although changes to ICANN policies appear to be curbing the widespread use of "domain parking", it is still quite common for ...


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Try this: getent passwd | awk -F: '{print $1}' | while read name; do groups $name; done


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You keep your email list clean by only adding addresses that have asked you in a verifiable manner to do so using 'double opt-in' or a similar approach; See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opt%5Fin%5Fe-mail


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getent passwd ... and cut what you need. Also, getent has the advantage that it will look at all databases on the system. /etc/passwd only contains information for local users but not other places like LDAP, NIS, etc.


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This isn't configurable within SharePoint by the end user. However if you have developer knowledge or a developer that can do this for you, there are various options such as jQuery. Please ask your question on Stack Overflow if you'd like a developer solution.


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Depending on what you're going to use that data for, you can get a bulk copy of the ARIN whois database. More information here. I would recommend researching / contacting the other RIRs for information concerning their bulk WHOIS policies.


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You can list the existing sites with: cscript C:\WINDOWS\system32\iisweb.vbs /query Output looks like the following, the Host column is the host header value. Connecting to server ...Done. Site Name (Metabase Path) Status IP Port Host ================================================================================ ...


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You can check domain if they are registered or not. Bud there is no list for all available domains because there are "infinite" combinations, aaaaaa.com, aaaaab.com, etc... you can use the whois utility to check for domain status or some online domain search tools.


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Is there a list or database of available domains (Web wide)? No. Can I get a list of available domains from DNS servers (Public ones like 4.2.2.3)? Absolutely not - DNS resolvers only have information on registered domains. There's nearly an infinite number of domains available - it would be impossible to list them all.


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You can filter the output with grep. Here I'm telling grep to hide all rows that contain a slash '/' and anything after the slash: zipinfo file.zip | grep -v "/."


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As I understand you can detect attacks only on Application Layer (HTTP). I recommend to use modsecurity for detection and blocking on this layer, also, it can generate dynamic blocks, block requests for some time, run external commands (i.e. add rule to iptables) etc. Modsecurity will be most effective solution to detect, regarding blocking - you need to ...


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Try: get-wmiobject -class win32_useraccount | Select-Object Caption, FullName, Name, Description in PowerShell and see if that gives you what you want. You can then export to text: get-wmiobject -class win32_useraccount | Select-Object Caption, FullName, Name, Description | out-file c:\users\you\documents\accounts.txt or csv: get-wmiobject -class ...


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You're looking for getent, specifically getent passwd.


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Sadly, short of recovering the database from a prior backup... the answer is no (and I do not recommend doing a DB recovery to get your list back). It would be nice if SCCM gave you a dummy box before it blows away your update list :( Unfortunately, you'll need to re-create your update list. Of course, in the future, you can change the permissions on the ...


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In what form would this list be supplied, and how often would you want to update it? You could set up a cron job that copies over an access-list on a daily basis, or you could set up a BGP peer with a quagga server to feed it a list of routes, but you're not likely to find a button that says 'block these IPs'.


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Patches are packages, packages live in in a directory tree for each package which is here: /var/sadm/pkg The patches are in /var/sadm/patch ls -lrt for each one shows the order they were created on the system. Patches are NOT necessarily applied in chronological order. This gives you a rough idea, though. Did you try the smpatch utility to see if ...


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I know it's possible, after all how do these sites get the list of domains that they use? Where can I find such a list? There is no such list. Sites that have large lists probably collected them by crawling (similar to how Google finds web pages) or by purchasing them from the bigger registrars.


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If you want to hide entire list open the terminal and enter the following comamnd : sudo gconftool-2 --direct --config-source xml:readwrite:/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.mandatory --type Boolean --set /apps/gdm/simple-greeter/disable_user_list True For remove only some user for the list you need to change UID to a number < 1000 The gdm login list lists any ...


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figlet to make beautiful or funny motds or funny console displays. $figlet "Figlet" _____ _ _ _ | ___(_) __ _| | ___| |_ | |_ | |/ _` | |/ _ \ __| | _| | | (_| | | __/ |_ |_| |_|\__, |_|\___|\__| |___/ cowsay and cowthink display what you want in a funny (also trashy) cow ! Try the -f ghostbusters. $cowsay ...


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I don't see anything specifically that says you can filter mail lists, other than creating a white list of users who can post to the list. See this manual. I would go towards James McFarland's suggestion of contacting SmartMail directly to see if they can help you.


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You should also see if aptitude has supercow powers.


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have a look at /etc/group


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See from the official MySQL documentation: section Data Type Storage Requirements has it all.


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users and groups stored in /etc/group and /etc/passwd. To print: awk -F":" '{print $1}' /etc/passwd awk -F":" '{print $1}' /etc/group


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Check PCA Patch Check Advanced It's a perl script. You will need an Oracle account and access to internet. If you want to know if a patch is installed, obsoleted or there is an update with "pca " will show it PCA is a perl script which generates lists of installed and missing patches for Oracle Solaris systems and optionally downloads and installs ...


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I'm looking for a single command to list all files recursively from a given directory along with its modified time. $ find /path/to/folder -type f -print0 | xargs -0 ls -l --time-style="+%F %T" It would also be nice if it can produce output in a tree-like format as produced by tree command. In my case, precision upto minutes is enough. On ...


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You have to check on an as-per basis, if you're looking to purchase a domain, random generators based on dictionary words might help you. Try something like this: http://www.namestation.com/domain-search/variations



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