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Jun
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answered Ubuntu, how to setup a new machine like an existing one
Jun
25
revised Debian preseed late_command is not executed
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answered Debian preseed late_command is not executed
Jun
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answered exim: remote host is local host?
Jun
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comment How to find the number of open ports in linux?
Also include --inet6 (short for both: -4 -6), to get IPv6 sockets and ip-agnostic sockets (the latter being the default on dual stack hosts, see rfc 3493 section 3.7).
Jun
24
comment How to use rsnapshot without remote root?
I don't know of a backup tool that uses privilege separation, sadly. However, since you care about security, consider a tool that does encrypted back-ups; Duplicity is one.
Jun
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revised iptables rule setup
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Jun
24
answered Will a standard NAT-router firewall stop outgoing traffic?
Jun
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answered Python script not running on ready made django vmware image
Jun
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revised Networked filesystem with user level security for linux
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Jun
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revised Windows Firewall problem GP0 SP3
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Jun
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comment Where is all the memory being consumed?
Try a <pre> tag.
Jun
16
comment /etc/hosts file for a multi-homed, multi-domain machine?
You don't have DNS on the lan, but do you have a dhcp server? If you haven't yet, dnsmasq is a good fit. Otherwise, avahi-autoipd, or host files.
Jun
16
comment ubuntu server slowly filling up
sudo du -xb / --max-depth 3 |sort -n ?
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revised ubuntu server slowly filling up
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answered ubuntu server slowly filling up
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answered Networked filesystem with user level security for linux
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comment How do I get my 192.168.* Linux server accessible via http://hostname/?
Ah, I should have mentioned: the hosts are visible as http://hostname.local/.
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revised How do I get my 192.168.* Linux server accessible via http://hostname/?
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16
answered How do I get my 192.168.* Linux server accessible via http://hostname/?