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Nov
20
answered cp and cat on Centos 5.5/ext3 is 10x slower for files in certain directories
Nov
20
answered How to find security-leak after a skynet intrusion?
Nov
20
answered How to deny users to read *.jpg from a specific directory
Nov
20
answered Why should I join USENIX and SAGE?
Nov
20
answered Get username of user who initiated SSH connection?
Nov
19
comment Linux Routing. Computer A to computer C
Have you considered simply connecting A to C as well? Then each machine has a dedicated gigabit link to each other machine, and you don't have to deal with routing or server B becoming a point of failure for A-C communication.
Nov
19
comment 64-bit and 32-bit Linux distros
See screenshots of it being installed in GUI mode: theosquest.com/2010/10/10/… Maybe you can explain what you're doing in more depth?
Nov
19
answered 64-bit and 32-bit Linux distros
Nov
19
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Nov
19
revised E-mail alias, bandwidth usage
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Nov
18
comment Repositories for CentOS that don't suck?
I just want to comment that this is by design. CentOS is a rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which includes a tailored set of packages which are given careful scrutiny. This set is getting pretty long in the tooth given how ancient (in Internet years) RHEL 5 is. RHEL 6 should address some of that in that it'll have more modern tools included (git, for example). But even then, if you want a wider world, the general answer of "add EPEL" is a good one. Or, if you want the whole universe and are willing to trade off enterprise stability, that's what Fedora is for.
Nov
18
answered Downloading and running a custom set of scripts in the cobbler kickstart file for Fedora
Nov
18
answered E-mail alias, bandwidth usage
Nov
18
comment Remote Linux server monitoring
Or Icinga icinga.org , which is a fork of Nagios due to that program's problematic open-core development model. It's a lot prettier and is likely to advance in features more quickly.
Nov
18
comment Is SSH Key Exchange more secure than password authentication?
Y'know, part of the sysadmins job is to protect them from themselves. :)
Nov
18
comment Is SSH Key Exchange more secure than password authentication?
Also, as noted in number 2, the users are using the same password everywhere. Sigh.
Nov
18
comment Is SSH Key Exchange more secure than password authentication?
Sirex -- right; they steal your password and use it on other systems. Note in the question that the passwords are used as the "LAN A/D". So, they steal your password from the ssh login server and then have access to the Windows server as well. Additionally, now, whenever the system is compromised, you have to go through the "okay, everyone change your password again" fire-drill.
Nov
18
answered Is SSH Key Exchange more secure than password authentication?
Nov
18
answered How to simulate high video payload to benchmark an SSD?
Nov
18
comment Why does my Apache server keep stopping?
You may see the oom-killer messages simply by typing dmesg. If you're lucky.