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comment force dhcp server to always run
All right, thank you SvW. Now I know. Your remark is what I was looking for.
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comment simple setting for traffic shaping
The aim of my experiment is to manually select one or more traffic flows (defined by their (src addr, dst addr, src port, dst port, protocol) and insert them in a leaky bucket.
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comment simple setting for traffic shaping
Thank you for your input. I wanted to keep my post as short as possible, but I skipped an important detail: I do not shape traffic directly on A because I actually inject traffic on A at the mac layer (with tcpreplay). With dummynet and linux traffic control working at the IP layer, I would bypass them.
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comment simple setting for traffic shaping
As for your last point, I believe I need an extra network interface on B in order to turn it into a router/gateway. Do you think a USB Ethernet adapter could do the job?
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comment simple setting for traffic shaping
Thank you so much for your tips! I forgot to specify that the gateway is the only component over which I have no control. The switch in question is netgear prosafe 8 port 10/100 switch fs108 v2; I looked at its specs and it doesn't look like it runs Linux, unfortunately. Could you please elaborate more on point 3 or provide a simple example? It is true that A will heavily depend on B, but this is just for testing purposes and my personal use, so I guess it's ok.
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comment Fedora, ssh and sudo
Unfortunately those logs are empty and I cannot seem to be able to find where sshd is (I might not even have access to it)... I think I can give up here :) Thanks you for your time, Jenny D. :)
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comment Fedora, ssh and sudo
I just added the output of stat /dev/tty*, hoping it's what you were asking for :)
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comment Fedora, ssh and sudo
Yes, when I ssh to start a shell everything works as expected. Could you please be more specific about 1) which logs to check 2) how to check if chroot is enabled? :) Thanks a lot
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comment Fedora, ssh and sudo
I just need to run something needing sudo through ssh. On half of the machines I have this seems to be disabled, even if I add the -t or -t -t options to ssh. For example: ssh me@host "sudo stat ."