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Sep
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comment How to handle invalid email addresses?
If you were doing Closed Loop Confirmed Opt In, you wouldn't have any subscribers with invalid email addresses.
Sep
3
comment How to disable responses to PING
Path MTU Blackholes are no fun at all.
Sep
2
revised OpenWRT USB attached disk spin-down
tweaked answer
Sep
2
revised OpenWRT USB attached disk spin-down
expanded answer
Sep
2
answered OpenWRT USB attached disk spin-down
Sep
2
revised Can you configure a custom mail bounce message for specific addresses?
expanded answer
Sep
2
answered Can you configure a custom mail bounce message for specific addresses?
Aug
31
comment Debian: Too many open files
Beware file descriptor leaks.
Aug
28
revised Exposing a private webserver box to Internet
tweaked wording
Aug
28
revised Exposing a private webserver box to Internet
tweaked answer
Aug
28
revised Exposing a private webserver box to Internet
added example with addresses from the question
Aug
28
answered Exposing a private webserver box to Internet
Aug
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
23
comment Bash snippet for killing a process until it's dead?
Watch out for processes in an uninterruptible sleep (top / ps show 'D' for the process status / state). They can't be killed (even by SIGTERM) until whatever I/O they're blocked on completes. Which in the case of a sufficiently horked hard mounted NFS volume could be never.
Jul
15
revised kaminsky bug - bailiwicks
simplified answer
Jul
15
revised kaminsky bug - bailiwicks
credit Ehtyar for the LJ linkage
Jul
15
revised kaminsky bug - bailiwicks
expanded answer
Jul
15
answered kaminsky bug - bailiwicks
Jul
13
revised SSH keypair generation: RSA or DSA?
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Jul
13
comment djbdns vs bind
For the sake of other novices, could you ask a question or two about the 'minor installation issues' you encountered? Hopefully the next novice to have the same problems you did will find the answers here. That's what serverfault is for.