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Jun
15
answered How to protect against in-RAM attacks
Jun
12
answered How to find the MAC address of the switch I am connected to?
Jun
10
answered rsync apparently breaks hard links
Jun
10
comment Redirect internal outgoing traffic to an external machine with iptables
Routing is all you need to forward your packets. But if the other machine doesn't know what to do with the packets then there's no point in forwarding them.
Jun
10
comment Redirect internal outgoing traffic to an external machine with iptables
Well you can't do anything on your machine; you don't have Internet access.
Jun
10
comment Redirect internal outgoing traffic to an external machine with iptables
You're using this on the other machine?
Jun
10
answered Redirect internal outgoing traffic to an external machine with iptables
Jun
10
answered Centos 5.9 glibc > 2.10
Jun
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May
23
answered How to host a TCP / UDP service on the Internet which is currently running on my local machine?
May
22
comment Linux DNS server change
Why aren't you using DHCP to assign the DNS server?
May
20
awarded  Caucus
May
19
comment setenforce: SELinux is disabled
@CanGeliş: If SELinux is disabled, there's no need to play with its booleans in order to allow programs to act. You can ignore that bit.
May
19
answered setenforce: SELinux is disabled
May
19
comment setenforce: SELinux is disabled
Also, what is the output of uname -a?
May
19
comment setenforce: SELinux is disabled
Are you certain that the rest of your system can operate with SELinux enabled?
May
19
comment What can be used to store generic pci and pci-express cards when they're not installed in a server?
What's wrong with bulk AS baggies?
May
19
comment Specifying which network interface to use
@ChaimKut: bind(3) to specific addresses.
May
19
answered Specifying which network interface to use