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reviewed Reviewed Install PHP7 from Remi repo
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comment Install PHP7 from Remi repo
find / -iname '*php*.so' :)
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comment Install PHP7 from Remi repo
You should elaborate. Why do you need to run that? What does it do? How does it help the OP find the Apache module?
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reviewed No Action Needed Can't use ctrl+c to kill process in VM
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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awarded  Tenacious
Apr
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comment Hacker bypassing iptables
yeah on newer systems there are tools/extra commands to view the tables instead of the files in /proc. Look for them.
Apr
11
comment Fail2Ban login filter not working on Debian Web Server
You would have had to ask a new question anyways as noone here is looking in comments for new questions.
Apr
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answered Fail2Ban login filter not working on Debian Web Server
Apr
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comment Fail2Ban login filter not working on Debian Web Server
Why are you using an end-of-line ($) in the regex while there is no end-of-line at that point in the log file auth.log (but rather the parenthesis containing the user agent etc.)?
Apr
10
comment Hacker bypassing iptables
ESTABLISHED should work for UDP. It looks that the packet flow and accepts replies to (outgoing) requests. Do your "hackers" have static IPs? ;-) If so, check /proc/net/nf_conntrack to see what the state table contains about them when they are currently /not/ connected... RELATED is a more tricky thing... Don't know what it does for SIP. Does modprobe maybe show an ipt_sip module or something loaded that would do "magic" stuff?
Apr
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comment Iptable code for whitelist website in linux
First of all it's iptables and not iptable. Second, iptables is no programming language so there is no code for the end user to use. It is a tool that you can configure. Try to get your terminology right. And last, get your logic straight and don't jump to conclusions as to what tool you need BEFORE having described and investigated the problem. It leads you nowhere, ever.
Apr
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comment How to do static routing via next hop address?
There goes the next generation level 1 support people ... ;-)
Apr
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answered How to do static routing via next hop address?
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Would upgrading RAM in a HP LaserJet printer improve its performance?
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Xen VM won't come up: could not find bridge device xenbr0 (configured to use routed)
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Building my first server, some questions, include failover iis to active loadbalancer?
Apr
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revised How to do static routing via next hop address?
formatting: no need to link to the pic
Apr
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comment How to do static routing via next hop address?
What do you want to route where?
Apr
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