234 reputation
213
bio website
location India
age
visits member for 1 year, 7 months
seen Feb 7 at 9:42

Perl Developer


Sep
21
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
2
awarded  Yearling
May
23
awarded  Constituent
May
21
awarded  Caucus
Apr
11
comment how to allow public IP address
@EEAA - no one is downvoting correct answers.
Apr
11
comment how to allow public IP address
@Dan You have a comment link too, you know.
Apr
11
comment how to allow public IP address
@Dan - I think if everyone keeps posting questions in answer, will you be able to refer to answers quickly for solutions.
Apr
11
comment how to allow public IP address
@Dan He is unclear about the question. It should go as a comment.
Apr
11
revised how to allow public IP address
Formatted,added tag,Corrected title
Apr
11
comment how to allow public IP address
This should be a comment and not an answer.
Apr
11
suggested suggested edit on how to allow public IP address
Apr
9
revised Is it possible to never shutdown linux?
Edted Title
Apr
9
suggested suggested edit on Is it possible to never shutdown linux?
Apr
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
9
comment How to add access to a host via symbolic name?
Can you ping a007 using ip from this another lan? Or vice versa i.e. Can you ping this another lan's any machine from a007?
Apr
8
suggested suggested edit on Is it possible to never shutdown linux?
Apr
8
revised Allow access to Linux Console
Formatted and corrected grammar
Apr
8
suggested suggested edit on Allow access to Linux Console
Apr
8
comment chmod -R 777 on PXE server - why
Questions pointed out by you are about chmod -R 777 on /. That's surely dangerous. One should never use it like rm -rf /, which is even more dangerous. But using full permissions on any specific directory is a way of "OP" to avoid any failure in setup. Surely, you don't need it. Probabaly one reason for giving 777 would have been, in future if you write some iso's there. Still it should have been 755, I guess.
Apr
8
comment chmod -R 777 on PXE server - why
You can use 744 permissions allowing tftp user/owner to have full permissions, while allowing pxe clients have only read permissions on /srv. For tftp user, it will need full permissions because otherwise tftpd won't be able to execute.