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Jul
24
comment iptables: does a scanner knows if you DROP packets?
@andresp it is consistent.
Jul
24
comment Software vs. Hardware Appliance DDOS & Firewalls
Almost for sure Fail2Ban will help you not at all with any DDoS issue.
Jul
16
comment SNMP Deprecated in Windows Server 2012
VMWare's ESX cim provider is pretty fragile, but YMMV.
Jul
15
answered Cannot Make a Cisco IPSec VPN Connection Through a PFSense Firewall
Jul
15
revised How to configure pfsense to allow vpn clients to appear as if they are coming from the PFSense WAN?
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Jul
14
revised How to configure pfsense to allow vpn clients to appear as if they are coming from the PFSense WAN?
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Jul
14
answered How to configure pfsense to allow vpn clients to appear as if they are coming from the PFSense WAN?
Jul
14
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Jul
3
revised Which MySQL users have access to a database?
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Jul
3
answered Which MySQL users have access to a database?
Jun
19
comment How to run fsck on guest VMs from KVM
Broken in debian7 for me.
Jun
8
comment Ping Equivalent For Checking If A Port Is Open
ping every second a host on a port and return 0 if successfully so, 1 else: while (:); do nc -z HOSTNAME_HERE PORT_HERE; echo $?; sleep 1; done
May
8
answered ext3/ext4 physical block size view
Apr
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Mar
23
comment OpenNMS Vs Nagios
nagios is for monitoring, opennms for your inventory.
Mar
23
comment alternative to Clusterssh for managing multiple SSH server
Disclaimer: MCollective is from puppetlabs.
Feb
20
comment Providing command line arguments for an executable through a shell script
@MikeyB Wrong, at least for bash. $* passes all parameters as a single string, wheres $@ passes all parameter as a list of separate strings. From the bash manual: "$*" is equivalent to "$1c$2c..." and ` $@ is equivalent to "$1" "$2" .... There are cases where you need need to use $* whereas $@ will not work. For bash related stuff use man bash and search for the terms you need.
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Jan
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comment LSI Cachecade Pro 2.0 with RAID10 SSD Cache?
Is there any link where you found any info on lsi + ssd problems? I am in dire need, too.
Nov
26
comment How to write ISO image to usb memory stick from linux command-line?
Only important step is to write of / outputfile to device, not a partition. I.e. of=/dev/sdb and NOT of=/dev/sdb1. (Just wanted to comment on this problem, nothing is wrong with your post :o))