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10+ years I.T. professional

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Operating Systems

  • Linux
    • CentOS
    • RedHat
    • Ubuntu
  • Windows
    • Server 2003
    • Server 2008
    • XP
    • 7
  • Solaris
    • Nexenta

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  • Unix shells (bash, ksh)
  • Python
  • C#
  • Java
  • C/C++
  • Actionscript/Flex

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May
6
comment How to pass input from one script into another using bash
I think either of the expect or pexpect (python-based expect) utilities are your best bet.
Oct
12
comment URL rewriting with Apache without changing client url
I agree with Fuzzyfelt. I think you mean you are "proxying" to 3 different servers. Do these 3 servers serve the same website and are you trying to configure load balancing among them - or - does each server serve a different website?
Aug
30
comment Issue with SSH on Ubuntu - Local connection ok, remote connection - Is it me or my ISP?
Your port forwarding config looks correct. I assume you're using a real IP address instead of the ".xxx" part for the remote IP address. You might try temporarily using the 0.0.0.0 address for the remote IP configuration to help with troubleshooting. Then when you can connect with that, change 0.0.0.0 to the correct IP.
Aug
30
comment Issue with SSH on Ubuntu - Local connection ok, remote connection - Is it me or my ISP?
Changing the RootLogin setting won't cause or fix a connection issue.
Aug
30
comment Issue with SSH on Ubuntu - Local connection ok, remote connection - Is it me or my ISP?
To watch for connections coming in on port 3399, do the following on your server as root (or sudo): "tcpdump port 3399". I recommend running that at the console of the server.
Aug
30
answered Issue with SSH on Ubuntu - Local connection ok, remote connection - Is it me or my ISP?
Aug
24
answered Testing nameserver configuration using it
Jul
31
awarded  Yearling
Jan
27
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
22
answered Can't map network drive on Windows 7 after closing VPN connection
May
19
comment Logging onto Windows local computer without local or network account
I have also used pogostick for similar situations and it worked for resetting the local Administrator's password so I could log in and re-add it to the domain.
Jan
24
comment How to make Apache listen on a particular IP?
Note that using 'Listen 0.0.0.0:80' or 'Listen 80' will cause Apache to listen and respond on all IP addresses your system is using. If you want it to listen on a single IP, replace 0.0.0.0 with that IP.
Jan
13
answered NexentaStor - Access web console from different subnets
Aug
25
awarded  Yearling
Dec
11
answered nslookup/dig differ from how a browser resolves a hostname
Sep
9
awarded  Commentator
Sep
9
comment Connect to the internet with CENTOS 5
Technically, it would be: echo "nameserver 4.2.2.2" >> /etc/resolv.conf Also, using a nameserver from another ISP is bad netiquette (even if they've left it wide open). You would be better off contacting your own ISP and ask them what are their name server IP addresses are.
Sep
9
awarded  Critic
Sep
3
comment How to know from which yum repository a package has been installed
Great question! I installed yum-utils and tried one it's utils called repoquery, but no luck.