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comment Is it possible in a script to tell if it is being run from within GNU screen?
While running with nohup would achieve the same outcome of ensuring the process continues to run would I not still have the same issue of someone potentially forgetting to run the script with nohup? Or is there a way in a script to ensure 'nohup' was used or do I need to create a wrapper script which calls my original script with nohup?
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comment What useful things can one add to one's .bashrc?
While almost all of the answers refer to tweaking history, I haven't seen any which enable timestamping which can be useful. export HISTTIMEFORMAT='%F %T '
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comment How to configure traffic from a specific IP hardcoded to an IP to forward to another IP:PORT using iptables?
Thanks. Still no dice. I've updated and included the rules list above in hopes that a little more information might shed some light on the issue.
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revised How to configure traffic from a specific IP hardcoded to an IP to forward to another IP:PORT using iptables?
Added the results of listing the chains after following @Massimo's guidance to add an ACCEPT rule