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Aug
16
accepted veewee: build gets stuck during installation of libssl on debian 7.4
Apr
17
comment veewee: build gets stuck during installation of libssl on debian 7.4
also in the base.sh I can see 'apt-get -y install zlib1g-dev libssl-dev libreadline-gplv2-dev'. With the '-y' it should run non-interactively. I don't get what's wrong
Apr
17
comment veewee: build gets stuck during installation of libssl on debian 7.4
thank you! unfortunately I checked my definition.rb and I have already 'fb=false ', 'debconf/frontend=noninteractive '
Apr
17
comment veewee: build gets stuck during installation of libssl on debian 7.4
I suppose and that's what I'm trying to figure out. veewee has "definitions" but I can't understand where/what I should modify to disable interaction
Apr
17
asked veewee: build gets stuck during installation of libssl on debian 7.4
Apr
10
comment ldap prevent brute force
updated link damko.info/blog/2013/01/ldap-how-to-prevent-brute-force-attacks
Apr
7
comment Vagrant Error: Connection timeout. Retrying
maybe. I'm on Mint 15 which shouldn't be so different from Ubuntu though
Apr
6
comment Vagrant Error: Connection timeout. Retrying
I didn't use the packages provided by my distribution. I downloaded from their (vagrant and virtualbox) official websites
Apr
5
comment Vagrant Error: Connection timeout. Retrying
btw I had several problems during the installation due to some custom settings like "~/.bashrc" and the presence of "/etc/SuSE-release" in my Mint 15 box (required by another software). But among all the changes that I've made I truly believe that what fixed it is the installation of the latest packages
Apr
5
comment Vagrant Error: Connection timeout. Retrying
then be sure that you have the latest version of vagrant and virtualbox (download the package from the website)
Apr
3
answered Vagrant Error: Connection timeout. Retrying
Jun
17
comment Professional, reliable router?
yes but I find Cisco overwhelming for most of the purposes. The learning curve is HUGE and if you are not working with Cisco every day you get more troubles than advantages. I'm giving up Cisco because of that but I have hard time to find something better than home devices and less overwhelming than Cisco. Suggestions?
Apr
1
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
2
accepted Western digital caviar green and raid
Jan
19
accepted ldap prevent brute force
Jan
19
answered ldap prevent brute force
Jan
18
comment ldap prevent brute force
I found something interesting here. zytrax.com/books/ldap/ch6/ppolicy.html I'll do some tests and then I'll report something
Jan
16
comment ldap prevent brute force
Sorry, my bad. Openldap on debian. @Zoredache thanks for the tip: I'll dig about fail2ban
Jan
16
asked ldap prevent brute force
Dec
9
awarded  Popular Question