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Apr
22
answered How do you determine the OWNER of an Oracle Database
Apr
22
comment Is there a way to use individual DSA key-pairs for Apache (WebDAV) Authentication?
I don't think that would be possible. SSL cert auth is the only way that i know of.
Apr
22
answered Is there a way to use individual DSA key-pairs for Apache (WebDAV) Authentication?
Apr
22
comment How can I have APF block script kiddies that mod_security detects?
You can write a script analyze our log file for mod_security: Access denied with code 403, extract the IP address, count a number of times it appears in the log, and if exceeds some kind of threshold, run a command to block that IP.
Apr
22
answered Linux/Unix MTA with the smartest queue?
Apr
22
comment Why Would one VLAN have no Communication on one Switch?
Please post configuration info for vlan in question. it's hard to troubleshoot without seeing the actual configuration.
Apr
22
answered How can I have APF block script kiddies that mod_security detects?
Apr
22
comment Measure Total Bandwidth for Billing
You could graph per IP address, but this would only work if each of the VM's has SNMP enabled and configured, so unless this is a controlled deployment where each VM is imaged/configured by you, there is no way to enforce that. ESXi server may provide enough of SNMP stack to graph individual VM's, but i would not bet on it.
Apr
22
answered Log all files saved on XP system
Apr
22
comment How to rewrite index.php (and other valid default files) to the document root using mod_rewrite?
Try adding $1 after /ri2/. RewriteRule ^index\.(php|htm|html|asp|cfm|shtml|shtm)?$ /ri2/$1. Also you may want to enable mod_rewrite logging, but it wont work out of .htaccess, you need to put it into httpd.conf or whatever config your apache is using. RewriteEngine on RewriteLog /tmp/rewrite.log RewriteLogLevel 3
Apr
22
answered Measure Total Bandwidth for Billing
Apr
22
answered how to give read access to logs
Apr
22
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Apr
22
comment Can I use authorized keys for user not 'root'
@jrod: i beg to differ. my ~/.ssh is 755 and ~/.ssh/authorized_keys is 644. works fine.
Apr
22
comment Can I use authorized keys for user not 'root'
yep. if you never ssh'd as 'normaluser' from that server, you do not have ~/.ssh, so you will have to create it. authorized_keys is usually created by the user himself,so you have to create it too :). There are cases when it is created automatically when user is added, but not without someone setting that up in /etc/skel first.
Apr
22
comment Splitting Company into two separate companies with duplicate IT infrastructure. Need Reccomendations
No, i meant something like quickbooks (most popular small business package). Lets say they have 1 computer that holds both company files and shares via quickbooks group access. You will only be able to have 1 company file open and shared at one time, so they would need one computer for each company, if each company would want to work with their quickbooks file during the day.
Apr
22
answered Can I use authorized keys for user not 'root'
Apr
22
comment Issues with proftpd on ubuntu server
please posts output of iptables -vnL | grep 21
Apr
22
comment Can rdiff do incremental backups
you can use rsync --rsh='ssh', so your command would look something likethis: rsync --rsh='ssh' -a --progress --existing --dry-run /dir/to/upload/from/ user@server:/dir/to/upload/to/. You can remove --dry-run and --progress later. pay attention to the / after /dir/to/upload/from/ it will upload the contents of that directory, not directory itself. if you would like to upload the whole directory instead, remove trailing /
Apr
22
comment Splitting Company into two separate companies with duplicate IT infrastructure. Need Reccomendations
Yes, however, I do not know of an accounting package that can open 2 companies at once.