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seen Dec 21 at 14:11
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Apr
9
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
accepted How to configure apache to behave as a remote browser?
Jul
2
comment How to configure apache to behave as a remote browser?
Awesome answer, thanks. I will wait so that other have a chance to answer as well, but I'm definitely willing to accept that.
Jul
2
comment How to configure apache to behave as a remote browser?
Also, downvoter, care to explain ? I'm grown-up enough not to revenge downvote.
Jul
2
comment How to configure apache to behave as a remote browser?
Actually, found about sslstrip which does something very close. If nothing comes up here, I guess I will take this guy's work as a basis.
Jul
2
asked How to configure apache to behave as a remote browser?
Jun
19
accepted How to automate a VM creation?
Jun
19
asked How to automate a VM creation?
May
1
comment How to filter out/disable DHCP NAK responses?
@Zoredache In some situations this server must answer. The only thing I don't want, is the NAK responses.
May
1
asked How to filter out/disable DHCP NAK responses?
Apr
25
comment Can't get SSH public key authentication to work
Also check the ownership of /root/. I already faced a situation where /root/ was belonging to another user and this was preventing password-less authentication.
Apr
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
25
accepted Is there a way to allow specific permissions to a non-root user?
Feb
25
comment Is there a way to allow specific permissions to a non-root user?
Now I feel dumb for not having thought of using a script for that... Obviously, if I set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH and the PATH inside the script, users can call it, even as sudo. Thanks.
Feb
25
comment Is there a way to allow specific permissions to a non-root user?
Doesn't sudo changes the effective user of the command being run ? Ideally, I'd like some of "my" developers to be allowed to create tun/tap adapters without having root access. Using sudo in their case wouldn't work because they can't install the software properly on the system (and I don't want them to) nor can they set LD_LIBRARY_PATH within sudo.
Feb
25
asked Is there a way to allow specific permissions to a non-root user?
Oct
10
comment Is there a way to force an automatic unmount of a volume under some conditions?
@voretaq7: My sysadmin already agreed not to backup this key (he is the one that told me having an ciphered usb key for that was a good idea). I was just wanting to make sure it couldn't happen by mistake. Not that I don't trust him, but if any mistake happens ever, then my password database will be writen in stone somewhere I have no control over. I guess the accepted answer is the only real one: "just don't connect that usb key to the computer".
Oct
10
comment Is there a way to force an automatic unmount of a volume under some conditions?
@MDMarra: I'm not a sysadmin, sure. But what makes you think I'm not an "Information Technology Professional" ? Put otherwise, this question would probably have gotten technical answers. I chose to tell the truth and I don't really understand the rationale into only answering to sysadmins here. If a non-sysadmin asks something that a real sysadmin could ask, why does it matter what his real job is as long as it might help other people ? (I'm not talking about my own question (which was bad), but about an hypothetical acceptable/good question.)
Oct
10
comment Is there a way to force an automatic unmount of a volume under some conditions?
Mounting it in /tmp is a very good idea. Thanks. I accepted the first answer for ethical reasons which I explained in the question, but upvoted this one for fairness.
Oct
10
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