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Apr
27
comment CMD - Rename Local Computer, Join Domain, Join Specific OU
So... Run the WMIC command, and then run NETDOM? both in the same script. Does that work?
Apr
26
comment CMD - Rename Local Computer, Join Domain, Join Specific OU
hmmm, good point. does execution of the WMIC command automatically and instantly reboot computer? or is there a flag to prevent that? (I'm sorry if all I'm asking are obvious questions right now, but I'm hoping that even dialoging might help you troubleshoot it).
Apr
26
answered CMD - Rename Local Computer, Join Domain, Join Specific OU
Apr
26
revised Shell command slow when using pipe, fast with intermediate file
fixed typo (wasn't code block'ed as intended).
Apr
26
suggested approved edit on Shell command slow when using pipe, fast with intermediate file
Mar
29
revised what is the “~/.dns” file?
add hostgator tag
Mar
29
accepted what is the “~/.dns” file?
Mar
29
asked what is the “~/.dns” file?
Mar
10
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
awarded  Editor
Feb
4
accepted How to unbind nginx (or any process) from a port?
Feb
4
revised How to unbind nginx (or any process) from a port?
I want to keep this general to any process
Jan
30
awarded  Commentator
Jan
30
comment How to unbind nginx (or any process) from a port?
So maybe this is too complicated of a question, but how is the port mapping operationally stored? as in: is the port mapping simply some data structure in RAM under kernel access only? otherwise I would assume that there is some theoretical way for root user to force changes.
Jan
23
awarded  Teacher
Jan
23
answered linux prompt: show current branch?
Jan
23
asked linux prompt: show current branch?
Jan
4
comment piping a password and security
In addition, don't forget that whatever you type on most shells will be stored in a history file somewhere (like .history).
Dec
20
comment How to unbind nginx (or any process) from a port?
I actually wanted to if there was a general way to unbind ports irrelevant of what the process was. I would have rather eliminated the specifics and kept it general, but oh well. Do you know if I should ask the general question as another question, or revert this question?
Dec
20
asked How to unbind nginx (or any process) from a port?