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As for you, Gilgamesh, fill your belly with good things; day and night, night and day, dance and be merry, feast and rejoice. Let your clothes be fresh, bathe yourself in water, cherish the little child that holds your hand, and make your wife happy in your embrace; for this too is the lot of man.

- Siduri the Alewife, The Epic of Gilgamesh

Carpe Diem, and best of luck.


Apr
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awarded  Custodian
Apr
1
reviewed No Action Needed File security information lost after being modified by one specific user
Mar
20
comment Postfix, SASL, MySQL Issues
This is actually the "new normal" for home ISP service. They are trying to "protect" you from becoming a spam/bot relay (read that as: they are protecting their revenue streams by making you pay more for "business grade" access)
Mar
12
comment Linux: how to send new lines in log files to remote syslog?
I updated the question to better reflect the requirements. Without those requirements, the answers you are getting make sense...because that's how just about everyone else addresses the issue. With the requirements, the answers will change.
Mar
12
comment Linux: how to send new lines in log files to remote syslog?
I've updated the question to include the missing requirements. Without those requirements present, you're going to get a lot of "dude, why are you doing that" instead of "dude, why can't you ask for sudo so you can vi /etc/rsyslog.conf?"
Mar
12
revised Linux: how to send new lines in log files to remote syslog?
added clarifications that change the context...and the answers.
Mar
12
revised Linux: how to send new lines in log files to remote syslog?
added 1836 characters in body
Mar
12
answered Linux: how to send new lines in log files to remote syslog?
Mar
12
comment Linux: how to send new lines in log files to remote syslog?
You do realize that syslog has built-in forwarding, right? That you can forward log facilities to other syslog servers by changing the configuration file, right?
Mar
12
comment Top level domain for private networks?
Agree with @Joel Coel, you are a renter, and nothing more. There should be two reserved TLD names for internal use only that should be considered invalid in public and not reachable by public networks. One name would be for internal home use, the second name would be for internal business use. Both would be considered "private TLDs" in the same sense that we have "private subnets" that are non-routable (192.168.x.x and ilk). This allows home users to do something besides being forced into .local and mDNS. Ditto for small businesses running an internal LAN behind a NAT with no domain.
Feb
14
reviewed Close VirtualBox inside Hyper V guest
Feb
14
reviewed Close Possible to modify host in headers
Feb
14
reviewed Leave Open HTTP / Redirecting to a URI on the server
Feb
14
reviewed Close Redirect from http to https
Feb
14
reviewed Close Best Apache2 + MySQL config for VPS Server
Feb
14
reviewed Leave Open System Center 2012 Alternatives
Feb
14
reviewed Leave Open Http request redirection
Feb
14
comment Http request redirection
He's asking for what amounts to a reverse proxy.
Feb
14
reviewed Close Network Switch Terminology (MAC address table)
Feb
14
comment Network Switch Terminology (MAC address table)
Both of these features are part of the primary function of all modern switches.