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Dec
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comment Apply patch to custom kernel manually
original question didn't say they were patching to a newer version of RHEL. All we know is that they described the kernel they're using as being "RHEL" which for all we know could mean CentOS.
Dec
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Dec
8
comment Apply patch to custom kernel manually
@MichaelHampton Did they say they were using RHEL? It seems to me that their question was about patching a Linux kernel that they got from Red Hat. That's perfectly legal and proper and is the GPL functioning as designed. For all we know they just have the .src.rpm and are looking to patch it somehow.
Nov
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awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
15
comment Is mcelog redundant if I'm using OpenManage as well?
Actually I verified with Dell Pre-Sales about a month after I posted this that MCE events (which aren't enabled or disabled) aren't recorded by OpenManage.
Aug
28
comment List of SSL Cipher Support by Browser
"if you don't want to use insecure algorithms then don't configure them." That's basically what I'm attempting to do. The question is intended to find a resource that gives me the information required to balance security with compatibility. Public websites will typically prioritize compatibility and performance over most security. We can just tell people to use different clients so we're OK with them breaking, as long as they have enough alternatives to pick from when we do that (hence why knowing which browsers we break is important).
Aug
28
comment List of SSL Cipher Support by Browser
Will do. Also if anyone who happens to be lurking this question knows, I'd like to hear it too, just in case he doesn't respond.
Aug
28
comment List of SSL Cipher Support by Browser
@RyanRies I'd imagine a lot of browsers probably dynamically link against host libraries, but farming the whole thing out to the platform seems like it would raise compatibility issues. I did test it after you mentioned it though, and on this same computer Firefox and Chrome both return very different results when visiting the page Kwaio linked. It appears Firefox supports a wider array of ciphers than Chrome does (which surprised me at first, until I thought about Firefox's age advantage/disadvantage).
Aug
28
asked List of SSL Cipher Support by Browser
Aug
27
comment Using SELinux to force Linux to allow programs to bind to port numbers lower than 1024
As an addendum on this point, you actually only need the binding program to have CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE which is given its own capability to address the exact concern that you have with running a network program run as root
Jul
28
accepted Usefulness absolute filter on an LDAP query?
Jul
26
revised Usefulness absolute filter on an LDAP query?
added 3 characters in body
Jul
26
comment Usefulness absolute filter on an LDAP query?
In that situation wouldn't it make sense for the recommendation to be "check your string length and if it's only three characters long do (objectClass=*) instead"? What I mean is that it seems like a lot of effort if it's just to get that functionality (which isn't to say that isn't its intended use) when a simple if/else state ought to catch such a thing.
Jul
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Jul
26
revised Usefulness absolute filter on an LDAP query?
added 3 characters in body
Jul
26
awarded  Editor
Jul
26
revised Usefulness absolute filter on an LDAP query?
clarity
Jul
26
asked Usefulness absolute filter on an LDAP query?
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