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Oct
29
comment Why does the “free” command and “dmidecode” show different values for RAM?
Well, no, not literally bits as in 8-bits-make-a-byte... but it is only a few tens of MB at most. Percentage-wise, it's very small.
Oct
29
answered Why does the “free” command and “dmidecode” show different values for RAM?
Oct
28
answered Allow sudo user to install packages from CentOS GUI
Oct
23
reviewed Approve How do I set default console background/foreground colors?
Oct
23
reviewed Approve JS and CSS file are not loading due to missing forward slash
Oct
23
reviewed Approve Getting Double Logon Prompts in Remote Web Access on SBS 2011
Oct
15
reviewed Approve
Oct
15
reviewed Approve What are the exact protocol level differences between SSL and TLS?
Oct
15
reviewed Reject cache_dir and some hardening squid
Oct
15
reviewed Approve Server 2012 Server Core powershell not installed
Oct
14
answered Is it possible to have sshd accept passwords only on certain ports?
Oct
14
answered restrict access to ssh by hostname with iptables
Oct
1
comment How to replicate apache configuration locally ( maintain 2nd level domain structure, symlinks )
Look in /etc/apache2 and subdirectories for other config files/directories.
Oct
1
comment Should a NAT host be separate from a Bastion host
Ask five people, you'll get five different answers. All of them backed by logic. This is purely opinion.
Oct
1
comment How to replicate apache configuration locally ( maintain 2nd level domain structure, symlinks )
Solaris is different from Red Hat. Find the directory with httpd.conf and look in there or one level above.
Oct
1
comment How to replicate apache configuration locally ( maintain 2nd level domain structure, symlinks )
The Apache config files. On Red Hat and derivatives, they're usually found in /etc/httpd/conf[.d]
Oct
1
answered How to replicate apache configuration locally ( maintain 2nd level domain structure, symlinks )
Sep
30
comment Static routing on CentOS through managed switch
Do not change any routing on the head node. On each of the compute nodes, add a default route through 192.168.1.2.
Sep
30
answered Static routing on CentOS through managed switch
Sep
30
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