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Jul
23
revised BGP routing table
added network drawing inline (and removed rep comment), improved table layout
Jul
23
suggested approved edit on BGP routing table
Jun
30
awarded  Revival
Jun
18
comment SSH fails often when contacting VM from remote machine
Is iptables enabled on the VM? Is port 22 "open"?
Jun
18
revised Scientific Linux 7 BIND not forwarding
improved grammar
Jun
18
revised Ubuntu uninstall elasticsearch
improved grammar
Jun
18
suggested approved edit on Ubuntu uninstall elasticsearch
Jun
18
suggested approved edit on Scientific Linux 7 BIND not forwarding
Apr
21
revised Postfix and dovecot can not receive mail
improved syntax
Apr
21
suggested approved edit on Postfix and dovecot can not receive mail
Apr
17
comment How to configure Synology to use only standard HTTP ports 80 and 443 instead of 5000
@Dennkster If you already have something like Apache or nginx installed on your NAS, those are most likely to have "claimed" that port already. You can only run one service on a port at a time.
Apr
17
revised is there a way to determine what process has written a file? linux
improved syntax, removed signature/greeting
Apr
17
suggested approved edit on is there a way to determine what process has written a file? linux
Apr
17
comment The site is using outdated security settings that may prevent future versions of Chrome from being able to safely access it
As for the audit error, see this answer, it explains it pretty well. I'm not sure about the outdated security settings message, though.
Apr
17
comment Dell PowerEdge 2009 reports: No boot device available
Open up the system BIOS and check the boot sequence. Make sure the device with the MBR/boot sector on it is the primary boot device.
Apr
17
awarded  Informed
Apr
7
comment problems triggering a build in Jenkins with bitbucket-plugin
Everything up to your server looks fine, so this is more of a Jenkins/plugin issue rather than your server itself being misconfigured. That makes this pretty much off-topic.
Mar
23
comment Apache - protect a subdirectory but not the root
I'm guessing you're mixing up Satisfy Any and Satisfy All.
Mar
23
comment add system user without login but able to su without asking for password
Possible duplicate of unix.stackexchange.com/questions/113754/…
Mar
23
answered MariaDB Replication server disk usage drop