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Jan
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reviewed Close Redirect All 404 not found links, files and directories
Jan
5
reviewed Leave Open How/where does one get a version of the OSSEC agent-auth application that will run on Windows?
Dec
1
reviewed Close How to ensure that the script and its command get killed once terminal is closed
Dec
1
reviewed Leave Open List all servers a user is connected to using remote desktop
Dec
1
reviewed Leave Open New UPS Batteries Dying in Months
Oct
13
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
12
comment File shows up when I do a listing of my current working directory but says it does not exist if I try to do anything with it
What does ls -lq show you?
Aug
12
revised File shows up when I do a listing of my current working directory but says it does not exist if I try to do anything with it
tidied the formatting for command output
Jul
7
comment cannot login via ssh
Ah thanks @kasperd - it's a while since I answered one of my own.
Jul
6
comment cannot login via ssh
@YuraVasylenko glad it's working, when ServerFault allows you, you should come back and enter that as an answer, so it's detailed there rather than just as a comment.
Jul
6
revised cannot login via ssh
added additional errors to the question.
Jul
6
comment How to rotate a log file from crontab?
@DomingoSL the point is, the machine on which you are running your crontab entry probably does have logrotate installed. You can use logrotate to rotate any logs, including your own, and it's probably the most standard solution. Are you the sysadmin for this machine or is it shared hosting or something?
Jul
6
comment Restore of AIX backup on other Unix system
It doesn't help directly (so not an answer) but I believe the actual content is stored in AIX's BFF (backup-file format) structure (which is what backup and restore work with). A quick search doesn't reveal any non-AIX tools which can read those formats however.
Jun
16
comment debian set eth0 autoneg off speed 1000 duplex full: Invalid argument
@vladr the OP edited the question after I posted my answer, and included the command, it wasn't in the question when I originally wrote my answer.
Jun
14
awarded  Yearling
Jun
3
awarded  Nice Answer
May
21
revised Passing date/time to cron job command
edited body
May
20
reviewed Approve What does it take for a sysadmin to have happy customers?
May
20
reviewed Approve Aggregation under the radar