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bio website buggabill.blogspot.com
location Waterville, ME
age 41
visits member for 5 years, 5 months
seen Jun 25 at 20:01
I currently work for a company in Maine doing web development (LAMP) and systems programming using COBOL. *shudder* I am working on learning C#, but I do have a decent knowledge of VB, VBA, PHP, HTML, CSS, MySQL, Javascript, Bash and a few other little bits.

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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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comment Is there a way to escape spaces in file names in vsftpd's config file?
The folders have spaces in them, because they are coming from a Windows machine.
Nov
26
comment Is there a way to escape spaces in file names in vsftpd's config file?
I have... It does not work. The folder is shown like it is not even denied/hidden.
Nov
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revised Is there a way to escape spaces in file names in vsftpd's config file?
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asked Is there a way to escape spaces in file names in vsftpd's config file?
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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comment High latency, yet ping shows low latency
Just as an aside, the 10.0.0.0/8 network is reserved for private networks and is not publicly routable. Obscuring part of the IP address is therefore not necessary. More info here - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/….
Aug
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accepted What do the 2 leading underscores indicate in these alias lines for .kshrc?
Aug
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asked What do the 2 leading underscores indicate in these alias lines for .kshrc?
Jul
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accepted What service uses UDP port 60059?
Jul
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comment What service uses UDP port 60059?
Thank you very much. I am inclined to believe that it is a blind scan as it did not repeat in the following hour's log. It was just a bit odd to see that many hits on one port. I will keep watching it.
Jul
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awarded  Editor
Jul
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revised What service uses UDP port 60059?
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asked What service uses UDP port 60059?
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
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comment Block facebook even in the case users get their hands on tor, freegate and similar applications
The only problem is when the "management problem" is thrust on IT's lap, because management believes that it is a technical problem. Nothing that can be said will convince them otherwise, and you are forced to find some way to block site X. Having an AUP is not a barrier or deterrent to some people, and when their management does not enforce the AUP, you are left picking up the pieces. I do not believe in blocking the sites, but the people who run the company I work for do.
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
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accepted Find heaviest users by CPU usage in AIX
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comment Find heaviest users by CPU usage in AIX
The shell script mentioned (the-welters.com/professional/scripts/hogs.txt) will do as I need for now. NMON does not go into the detail by user that I need. The other solutions seem to have the same limitations. I may look into expanding on the script. I already added a little to remove the processes owned by root. Thanks, Romeo!