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accepted Transparent proxying leaves sockets with SYN_RCVD in MacOS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (and maybe FreeBSD)
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answered Transparent proxying leaves sockets with SYN_RCVD in MacOS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (and maybe FreeBSD)
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comment Allow access to Linux Console
Also, it costs a zillion dollars.
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comment Allow access to Linux Console
If your ssh client is launched from an X session, then it's no problem.
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comment How to get the same result as modifying /etc/hosts file, without root access?
If he had root access to change /etc/resolv.conf, then he could change /etc/hosts too.
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comment Transparent proxying leaves sockets with SYN_RCVD in MacOS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (and maybe FreeBSD)
I don't actually know what the 10.2 means in the uname output. But I have to assume MacOS 10.6 has a newer kernel than 10.5 :)
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comment Transparent proxying leaves sockets with SYN_RCVD in MacOS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (and maybe FreeBSD)
I've tried a whole lot of variations, including a "user friendly firewall setup tool" whose auto-generated transproxy rule (when you ask for one) amounts to the same one I posted above. So what I'd mostly like to see is hard evidence one way or the other :)
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comment Transparent proxying leaves sockets with SYN_RCVD in MacOS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (and maybe FreeBSD)
A couple of people emailed me personally and confirmed that the above steps work as expected (ie. the error doesn't show up) on FreeBSD and MacOS Leopard. That suggests that Snow Leopard is at fault. It would be great to get a bit more confirmation though.
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comment Legacy non-dpi-aware application resolution scaling?
Did you try an earlier version of Windows Server? Old software sometimes requires old solutions :)
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comment How to upload file into network folder in linux?
True, thanks for adding that.
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comment Configuring Apache for multiple clients
Yup, it's still normal PHP.