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May
25
accepted Running detached screen session but without termination in the same bash
May
25
comment Running detached screen session but without termination in the same bash
Trying the above as: screen -L -dmS name bash --init-file <(echo "pwd;ls") (note the -L` logging) i got in the screenlog.0 the following: bash: /dev/fd/63: Bad file descriptor, and the commands aren't executed.(The child doesn't got the parent's redirection - the redirection is processed by the screen itself). Anyway, upvoting and accepting this, because it pointed me to the solution. --init-file /real/file/with/bash/commands works nicely. Thank you.
May
25
asked Running detached screen session but without termination in the same bash
Jun
21
awarded  Critic
Jun
21
comment Open Source (Free) alternative to EZProxy
It is only your opinion not an solution (answer) to the question.
Jul
25
accepted Join multiple filesystems (on multiple computers) into one big volume
May
20
awarded  Constituent
May
20
awarded  Caucus
Apr
26
awarded  Scholar
Apr
26
comment exim virtual domains vs main domain - rewriting rules
unfortunately i can upvote only once! THANK YOU VERY MUCH! :) :)
Apr
26
accepted exim virtual domains vs main domain - rewriting rules
Apr
26
asked exim virtual domains vs main domain - rewriting rules
Sep
28
revised Real-time layer 7 (http.request.uri) filtration on freebsd
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Sep
28
revised Real-time layer 7 (http.request.uri) filtration on freebsd
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Sep
28
answered Real-time layer 7 (http.request.uri) filtration on freebsd
Sep
27
comment Real-time layer 7 (http.request.uri) filtration on freebsd
+1 Interesant question. So, you currently have a two interfaced FBSD box, currently with NAT-ed (pf?) routing, (therefore don't want use proxy) and want block http requests to exactly defined URIs at some of your interface?
Jun
16
awarded  Yearling
Jun
13
answered File transfer between two servers, no FTP, no web
Jun
3
comment Join multiple filesystems (on multiple computers) into one big volume
one filesystem - probably don't need a block device (you mean SAN?). Simple want one 200TB filesystem, where can store files without need thinking about: this file into the filesystem on computer1 this into computer2. Therefore not want 10 different mount-points, but one logical filesystem).
Jun
3
comment Join multiple filesystems (on multiple computers) into one big volume
@MDMarra: Thanx for your advice, but here is currently existing hw. The question is about how to "stitching" them together.