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Mar
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comment iptables Tips & Tricks
I prefer the NFLOG target. It allows a longer line prefix and the user mode daemon can log to databases as well.
Mar
20
answered iptables Tips & Tricks
Mar
20
answered iptables Tips & Tricks
Mar
19
revised Can I disable interactive shell access while tunneling web traffic through SSH?
added a section about the global configuration for the SSH server instead of per-user files
Mar
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comment Preferred method for allowing unprivileged UNIX/Linux users to view syslog information
@symcbean: why change the ownership if you can use ACLs? Unix file permissions are very limiting.
Feb
28
revised Is there a way to configure ejabberd to forward messages to every online client, regardless of priority?
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Oct
17
revised Apache mod_autoindex and declaring a favicon in the <head>?
added the info for which versions this is available
Oct
17
accepted Apache mod_autoindex and declaring a favicon in the <head>?
Oct
17
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Aug
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comment SuperMicro Superblade fails to boot from hard drive
@ewwhite: unlikely you know anyone in my country ;) - thanks for the help, turned out it's not the KVM. I am going to post a description of the required steps later. Need to catch some sleep soon.
Aug
8
comment SuperMicro Superblade fails to boot from hard drive
Nope, unfortunately not so far. But I am still trying. Also one of the MegaRAIDs just came up with a fancy foreign configuration warning/error. Oh the joy.
Aug
8
comment SuperMicro Superblade fails to boot from hard drive
Yes, using a KVM switch. Thanks for the link. Reading.
Aug
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asked SuperMicro Superblade fails to boot from hard drive
Aug
7
comment nginx not listening to port 80
Are you running it as superuser? Also, is something else already listening to that port (lsof -i :80)? If you're not superuser, this will fail, unless the binary has been granted CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE see this. Last but not least, if you're testing from the outside world, check your firewall settings.