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Jan
28
answered HTB.init / tc behind NAT
Jan
28
answered On a shared server, how do you run a script / process at startup?
Jan
28
comment On a shared server, how do you run a script / process at startup?
reboot is only for privileged accounts. adding reboot in a user's crontab will give a permission denied, as crontab runs that command with the user's privilege, not with root.
Dec
29
comment cannot unset env variables from script
Thanks for your help!
Dec
29
comment cannot unset env variables from script
Thanks for your help!
Dec
29
comment cannot unset env variables from script
Thanks for your help!
Dec
29
revised cannot unset env variables from script
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Dec
29
accepted cannot unset env variables from script
Dec
29
comment cannot unset env variables from script
this one actually worked, ". script"
Dec
29
comment cannot unset env variables from script
well, I can't do it like this because I must assume that $LIST already contains variables set up manually by the user, and I need to drop them in order the set up same ones with different values. But yes, I ended up using -v, as you also suggested.
Dec
29
comment cannot unset env variables from script
may be an OS thing, RHE 4, bash 3.00.15.
Dec
29
asked cannot unset env variables from script
Nov
24
revised postfix wildcard for subdomains
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Nov
18
comment postfix wildcard for subdomains
NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from nm30-vm1.bullet.mail.ac4.yahoo.com[98.139.52.251]: 554 5.7.1 Service unavailable; Client host [98.139.52.251] blocked using safe.dnsbl.sorbs.net; Currently Sending Spam although I have added .yahoo.com PERMIT. Yes, your guess is correct: smtpd_client_restrictions -> permit_mynetworks -> reject_unknown_recipient_domain -> reject_unauth_destination -> check_client_access hash:/exclude.file -> reject_rbl_client safe.dnsbl.sorbs.net
Nov
18
asked postfix wildcard for subdomains
Aug
12
comment Squid via Haproxy
I do not have access to any router. I can only implement linux-based solutions, that's why I need to find a way so that when a node has no internet access, the other working node is chosen by Squid. And I was thinking at HAproxy for this.
Aug
12
asked Squid via Haproxy
Jun
22
answered Dig returns “status: REFUSED” for external queries?
Jun
22
comment Same command on multiple servers
@sebastianopilla I was referring to the cygwin window itself, not the other windows contained in it. So the one that it is displayed in your Taskbar, can you resize that one?
Jun
19
accepted iptables traffic redirection for multiple public ips