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Oct
28
revised how do I disable the nf_conntrack kernel module in CentOS 5.3 without recompiling the kernel
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Oct
28
answered how do I disable the nf_conntrack kernel module in CentOS 5.3 without recompiling the kernel
Oct
28
comment how do I disable the nf_conntrack kernel module in CentOS 5.3 without recompiling the kernel
On ubuntu, i can run "iptables -F" and "modprobe -rf xt_state nf_conntrack_ipv4" without any error.
Oct
28
comment how do I disable the nf_conntrack kernel module in CentOS 5.3 without recompiling the kernel
When i do "modprobe -rf xt_state" and "modprobe -rf nf_conntrack_ipv6" it say "FATAL: Module xt_state is in use."(on centos), what can i do?
Jul
19
comment From bad sector to “damaged file” - did it for Linux/ext3, can I do it for Windows/NTFS?
Yes, ddrutility feature: Finds the files related to bad sectors, Can also use a file with a sector list, maybe we could use "badblocks -nvs" + "ddrutility"
Jun
25
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Jun
25
comment How do I cleanly remove apache2 server on ubuntu server and then reinstall?
Simply: "sudo apt-get remove apache2;sudo apt-get autoremove --purge"
Apr
23
comment How can we protect data on managed hosts(vps, cloud, etc)?
RAM attack, Cold Boot Attacks on Disk Encryption, BitLocker, FileVault, dm-crypt: freedom-to-tinker.com/blog/felten/…
Apr
23
comment How can we protect data on managed hosts(vps, cloud, etc)?
Look at: superuser.com/questions/294954/…
Apr
23
comment How can we protect data on managed hosts(vps, cloud, etc)?
And you even can't protect your system account(XEN,HyperVM etc), for example: on manager.linode.com, you and the linode staff could "Reset Root Password"
Apr
23
comment How can we protect data on managed hosts(vps, cloud, etc)?
yes, you can never avoid internal attack to the RAM, even if you can protect your system account and encrypt your disk.
Mar
19
comment Is There A Simple PHP Web Server
busbyjon made a very simple PHP (2 script) webserver: github.com/busbyjon/php-web-server
Mar
13
comment How to enable TCP for DNS resolution?
Maybe we should found someone to modify glibc libresolv.so file just like OpenBSD
Dec
27
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Dec
27
comment Ubuntu: Problem upgrading from Jaunty to Karmic
change "Supported: 0" to "Supported: 1" and change all "archive.ubuntu.com" to "old-releases.ubuntu.com"
Dec
27
revised Ubuntu: Problem upgrading from Jaunty to Karmic
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Dec
27
answered Ubuntu: Problem upgrading from Jaunty to Karmic
Oct
12
answered How to force MySQL to connect by TCP instead of a Unix socket?
Sep
26
comment Run virtual machines without a host
It's a great idea, or another solution, for example, we make a minimal windows xp host as drivers' container and run any OS on it.
Sep
15
comment How to enable TCP for DNS resolution?
I know to modify DnsApi.dll to enable TCP only dns resolving. Does anyone know the solution for linux?