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I began learning front end web development around 04-05, started my first program around 06 with PHP, am currently dabbling in Haskell, Python, Common Lisp, ECMAScript, Perl and SQL.

In the future I hope to dabble more in Smalltalk, Erlang, C, Lua, SQLite, PostgreSQL, and Ruby and wipe away PHP from my memory.

My other interests besides programming include Mixed Martial Arts, Anime, Sci-Fi, Movie watching, Basketball, Reading novels.

Catch me on irc://irc.freenode.net/#inimino. PS, the chick in my avatar is Gina Carano.


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comment Apache becomes unconnectable after certain time?
Wow, must've had a brain freeze. It was My piped program for logs was failing. I think you got it!
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comment Dealing with brute force on RHEL
@ott - there have been no entries/attempts since I applied it.
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comment Dealing with brute force on RHEL
I see. So with my current rules as is, after installing fail2ban, what basic configuration commands should I set, or will it auto-read the iptables and just configure automatically?
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comment Dealing with brute force on RHEL
So fail2ban would be a replacement over iptables, right? They can't live together, due to conflicts, etc..
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accepted Do you manually configure new servers, or do you rely on scripts?