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  • System administrator at B1 Systems GmbH.
  • Student of Mathematics.
  • Member of the Chaos Computer Club.
  • Long-time Debian/Ubuntu user.
  • Writer wannabee.

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comment Heartbleed: how to reliably and portably check the OpenSSL version?
Exactly what @MadHatter says. Ensure you're updated, and you're good to go. Just because it breaks a "copy and paste this command" scheme of "ensuring" you're running a safe version, it isn't stupid. [If you're about to tell me "nagios check", I'll respond with "check for vulnerability instead of version number".]
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answered Linux rootfs array randomly fails to assemble
Jul
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answered Authenticate in Apache via System Account
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answered Why a SIGHUP signal to httpd kills the tomcat process?
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answered How does a Reverse DNS lookup work with regards to spam filters?
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answered Squid chaining
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comment Force the unloading of a kernel module when the USB devices is unplugged?
It seems that way; I haven't tried it yet, though. But other people have successfully used similar lines to be triggered when removing USB hardware, cf. ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-559014.html
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answered Force the unloading of a kernel module when the USB devices is unplugged?
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answered Slow Boot After Changing Configuration
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comment Sync a FTP folder locally
It's a bit hazy what exactly you mean with "continously" and "incremental".