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Jul
15
comment Is there an application to monitor bandwidth usage broken out to the application level for Linux (Ubuntu)?
Your fault for not stating explicitly "watch the network for a period of time" in your initial question :) If you are a hardcore SQL guy, you can install ulogd, set it up to log into a database (it supports many of them) and extract data for reports with SQL queries.
Jul
15
answered Connections fail routinely from the internet to a ADSL router doing NAT
Jul
14
answered Is there an application to monitor bandwidth usage broken out to the application level for Linux (Ubuntu)?
Jul
14
comment iptables logging not working?
ulogd also has his own config file, did you tune it to suit your needs?
Jul
13
answered iptables logging not working?
Jul
13
comment What free and efficient web/trafic filtering options are good for this situation?
I'm sorry, but your P.S. kinda makes equivalent the notions "downloading a torrent" and "downloading illegal material / copyright infringement", which are still very different. Those kids claiming that "nobody around here ever got a fine" do have a point, as much as corporations from rich countries outsource jobs because of cheaper labor or register in certain places to minimize the taxes they pay. Yet those kids are wrong at the same time, because their extreme stance "we don't care" is as much wrong as yours "just totally block bittorrent or any other p2p".
Jul
13
answered Software to Monitor the Stability of Internet Connection
Jul
9
answered Can you recommend a good intro to iptables?
Jul
8
answered limit cpu ocupation for script
Jun
28
answered FTP server under hacking attempts
Jun
18
accepted Linux networking “jail” for a single process
Jun
18
comment Linux networking “jail” for a single process
Quote from the iptables manpage: "This match is only valid in the OUTPUT and POSTROUTING chains." Looks like a show stopper to me.
Jun
17
awarded  Student
Jun
17
asked Linux networking “jail” for a single process
Jun
14
comment Slackware scripts started at boot time need env vars from /etc/profile.d/* to be set
I just typed man su in Slackware 13.1
Jun
13
answered Slackware scripts started at boot time need env vars from /etc/profile.d/* to be set
Jun
13
answered How to document linux server configuration?
Jun
7
awarded  Scholar
Jun
7
accepted zero-config CGI enabled web server
Jun
7
comment zero-config CGI enabled web server
Excellent! The only tweak I had to do was to create a cgi-bin subdirectory and move the cgi script there, to match the defaults of CGIHTTPServer.