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There's a nice summary of the difference between ChallengeResponseAuthentication and KbdInteractiveAuthentication at http://blog.tankywoo.com/linux/2013/09/14/ssh-passwordauthentication-vs-challengeresponseauthentication.html - summary is that ChallengeResponse often ends up just asking for password (but insists on it being supplied interactively). ...


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The application to become a publicly registered entity on the OUI/MA-L database run by the IEEE does not contain a field for the website of the requesting company. Some of the companies do not have websites, and others have probably had their sites change multiple times over the years. You can also request a confidential registration. In short; You can in ...


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Seeing how you have a /private/etc directory I guess you're running Apache on MacOS X (please avoid putting linux windows and mac tags at the same time). This article should help you set up apache (ignore PHP related stuff). Basically, start by learning what httpd.conf file you should edit and look at Virtual Host/DocumentRoot. Having said that, you ...


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It's not clear to me what the "intention" of your question is, but let me make a few points: A switch floods ethernet frames to all switch ports when it doesn't have a MAC address to switch port mapping for the destination MAC address. ARP resolves IP addresses to MAC addresses. A switch doesn't perform ARP unlesss the switch itself is communicating with a ...


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The shell performs some interpretation of things in double-quotes, so for example if your password actually contains $$, it'll be replaced by the shell's process ID. Actually, if it contains $, it'll perform some sort of replacement (details depend on what comes after the $). Also, backquotes, backslashes, exclamation marks, and probably some other things ...



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