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Oct
6
comment How did the Marriott block wifi hotspots?
@NathanC - Where would this be on topic? I couldn't figure out which site this was best placed on.
Aug
7
comment SPF failure with gmail
okay, I think this seems to be the case... I'm sending emails in gmail with my domain name as the "from". The email is sent through gmail servers and it adds a "Sender:" with my gmail address on it. Am I understanding that correctly?
Feb
19
comment Tell NetworkManager to ignore or not probe rfcomm0
I think the person was also hoping I had found an answer myself. I had seen that other page already when I tried finding an answer with Google. However, I can't keep disabling the Network/Modem Manager and rebooting just to do a quick command over the rfcomm serial. The best solution I've got so far is to "type really fast" in between the probing AT commands. :P Which is just enough for me to get by for the moment.
Sep
10
comment Is there a security downside to having iptables ignore the loopback interface?
should I also add <code>-A OUTPUT -i lo -j NOTRACK</code>?
Sep
10
comment Trying to make iptables stateless is causing unforeseen filtering
Okay, maybe my problem is my misunderstanding of how DNS works. Aren't DNS lookups done by sending a request that would be handled by an OUTPUT rule?
Sep
10
comment Trying to make iptables stateless is causing unforeseen filtering
@DavidSchwartz - The DNS is working fine until I change either of the rules mentioned in the question. I don't understand why removing a rule related to TCP input state would suddenly kill DNS. Or telling iptables to stop tracking OUTPUT and PREROUTING would kill DNS.
Sep
10
comment Trying to make iptables stateless is causing unforeseen filtering
@Zoredache - dude! I'm trying to remove the state dependent rules, but removing them is causing troubles... hence the point of my question!