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comment Badblocks output - Read, Write, Compare errors explanation?
While this could be good advice, I'm not sure it answers the questions?
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comment Deny to administrators to change network configuration settings
"Are there any other solutions?" - what is the end result you're trying to achieve by keeping people from changing their network settings?
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comment Deny to administrators to change network configuration settings
I'm curious at why you're trying to give full rights to he machine except network configs...? Is there a better way to achieve the end result you're really looking to achieve?
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comment Can RHEL6 servers be “copied”?
copying a system via a backup restoration...probably the best because it accomplishes multiple goals...
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comment Win7 loses connection to network shares after resume unless server specified using FQDN
Is there a way to get a packet dump of the network conversation just after wakeup?
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comment Deploying new code live
I was just working on this answer when I saw you already posted it. Balancer + 2 servers makes the process invisible and easier to recover from a bad upgrade...
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comment Throw brute-forcers into a honeypot, but still allow real SSH logins?
When it comes to IT/admin tasks, coolness factor is rarely ever as beneficial as doing something in a simple, maintainable way.
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answered Throw brute-forcers into a honeypot, but still allow real SSH logins?
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