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comment I need a command to create a unique fingerprint from unix machine
I updated my answer.
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answered How to mount new logical volume (adding to fstab and mtab)?
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answered dnsmasq on virbr0 (libvirt) and network manager
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comment Mail forwarding server
Ah, NP. I didn't know that.
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comment Mail forwarding server
How about voting it up, then? ;)
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answered How to rewrite URL by removing the last two characters within the htaccess file?
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comment HTTP/HTTPS routing according to URL
What you're talking about is not DNS-related. Instead, it's proxy: the server (or Cisco ACE) will sit on the public IP, do HTTP/HTTPS and proxy the requests to the two servers behind it. Depending on the specific requirements and with correct configuration you can have multiple virtual hosts share the same IP and taliking to the proper servers behind it. It's all very besic HTTP 1.1 stuff, really.
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answered HTTP/HTTPS routing according to URL
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comment Filter LDAP user through PAM so it appears to not exist at all
Make sure you also intercept the mysql group, if there is one in LDAP.
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comment Filter LDAP user through PAM so it appears to not exist at all
It's basically all in the man page for sssd: linux.die.net/man/5/sssd-ldap Look at the ldap_search_base option. It is absolutely possible to define a search filter that would filter out a specific record based on it's uid value. BTW, if you aren't using sssd I wholeheartedly recommend you switch to it - it's much more flexible.
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