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Apr
2
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
15
revised Is there a VNC server for mac with decent international keyboard support?
corrected results when switching client layout
Nov
13
answered Is there a VNC server for mac with decent international keyboard support?
Aug
19
answered Permission issues with Samba and OS X
Jul
6
answered Find interface for route to specific host
Jul
6
comment How to see on Linux what network interface and source IP address is used for a route to a specific destination host?
And to get only the interface: ip -o route get $ipaddress | perl -nle 'if(/dev\s+(\S+)/) {print $1}'
Jul
6
comment How do I verify the speed of my NIC?
For Debian based systems, ethtool is not installed by default. But mii-tool is, as part of the essential "net-tools" package. So this was the best solution for me.
Jun
30
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
23
asked ProFTPd: How to prevent multiple downloads of same file by same user
Feb
24
asked nmap and arp-scan inconsistent IP-MAC results
Feb
4
revised Detect if remote host is running Windows or Samba
added final solution
Feb
4
awarded  Scholar
Feb
4
accepted Detect if remote host is running Windows or Samba
Jan
29
comment Detect if remote host is running Windows or Samba
-sV does indeed make it extremely slow as you warned. It does display "Samba..." reliably in my networks, but unfortunately, it doesn't differentiate Macs from Win7 machines.
Jan
28
asked Detect if remote host is running Windows or Samba
Jan
1
answered Postgresql /etc/postgresql doesn't exist
Dec
30
comment Conditional DNS forwarding with named on Linux
Thanks. I also needed to replace dnssec-validation auto; with dnssec-validation no; in named.conf.options.
Dec
23
answered debian squeeze: where do the logs for sysv init scripts go? (why won't my init script work)
Nov
16
comment What is a good solution for an adaptive iptables daemon?
In 12.04LTS, ipset is in the universe repository. sudo apt-get install ipset.
Nov
16
comment Managing iptables rules in Linux
This forum thread has a few examples of scripts using ipsets: forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-863121.html