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Apr
15
answered How do I make apache to listen to more than 2 ports?
Apr
15
comment IP KVM switch, or serial console box for remote admin?
They're all Linux, which means just spawning an instance of mingetty on ttyS0.
Apr
15
comment IP KVM switch, or serial console box for remote admin?
Any particular reason why you need an out-of-band solution?
Apr
15
comment Do I have to recompile php to enable GD Library?
Are you sure that you want to continue to handle a programming issue on Server Fault?
Apr
15
comment Lost Root and other user passwords
@Webnet: Select the entry you want to boot into from the menu, then press a instead of Enter. Type a space, then 1, then press Enter.
Apr
15
comment Lost Root and other user passwords
The exact process depends on which bootloader is being used.
Apr
15
answered Lost Root and other user passwords
Apr
15
answered Do I have to recompile php to enable GD Library?
Apr
15
answered probems using ssh from cron
Apr
15
answered HW RAID 1 different disk sizes?
Apr
14
answered What is a preferred method for automatically configuring and setting up an Ubuntu instance?
Apr
14
comment Why does eth0 show an IP if I'm booting into runlevel 1?
@Zoredache: Which distros have you seen that had networking enabled for runlevels 1 and 2? I've not come across any like that.
Apr
14
answered List all symbolic links on a directory
Apr
13
answered Use Gmail for incoming mail, and own mail server for outgoing email
Apr
13
comment Run client applications from VMWare Workstation Host
Easy with *nix-to-*nix (except OS X as remote), trickier with *nix-to-Windows, awful otherwise.
Apr
13
answered Exploratory Question for Security Admins (/etc/passwd + PHP)
Apr
13
answered yum update works but yum --security update fails to work in Fedora 12
Apr
12
answered Looking for an open source real-time network analysis program
Apr
12
comment Creating a filesystem on a file in linux for software development purposes
Using the seek predicate of dd and a count of 0 will allow you to create a sparse file, which will only use up blocks in the underlying filesystem that are actually in use at the cost of having to allocate them as the inner filesystem is written to.
Apr
12
comment Per-process CPU/MEM utilization?
Did you have some sort of platform in mind?