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"All right, guys, uh, listen. This is a blues riff in "B", watch me for the changes, and try and keep up?"


Jul
15
comment Is there a good guide to using “The DJB Way” with FreeBSD?
If I could give an extra +1 for "I am not confident that you understand what you're asking.", I would.
Jul
13
revised XP - ping changes routing table?
Added additional question
Jul
13
answered XP - ping changes routing table?
Jul
10
answered Display errors using VMWare Player and Remote Desktop on Windows XP
Jul
9
answered Do multiple network connections between switches increase bandwidth?
Jul
8
comment ssh port forwarding freezes after 10 simultaneous connections
MaxStartups looks like it only applies to unauthenticated connections, which doesn't seem to be the limit he is running into (his all appear authenticated).
Jul
4
answered How to configure VNC in Linux Suse
Jul
4
revised How to configure VNC in Linux Suse
edited tags
Jul
2
revised Spam addressed to a sender but received by everyone else
Added links to RFCs
Jul
2
answered Spam addressed to a sender but received by everyone else
Jul
2
answered Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
Jul
2
comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
While it is totally bogus to reject an entire range of IP addresses based on the fact that they are ADSL, it is equally bogus to reject an entire class of senders who reject you. Two wrongs and all that...
Jul
2
comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
So basically, the next time I fat finger my mail server and accidentally break inbound mail, you'll compound the situation by rejecting my outgoing mail too?
Jul
1
awarded  Civic Duty
Jun
25
comment How do you keep aprised of important software updates?
I read server fault every day.
Jun
24
answered What does this line mean in my cronjob tab?
Jun
24
comment is mod_deflate 's default configuration ok to use in a production setup?
It certainly won't hurt to use that in a production setup, but it looks pretty conservative, and is probably based on reality as it stood several years ago. I'm hoping the super-geniuses here will post an "optimal" mod_deflate configuration for today's world.
Jun
24
answered List of port numbers used on default installations
Jun
24
answered How do you block /etc/passwd file
Jun
23
awarded  Citizen Patrol