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accepted nmap: why is it scanning port 80 with TCP ACK and not SYN?
Dec
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asked nmap: why is it scanning port 80 with TCP ACK and not SYN?
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asked libnss-ldap getent passwd - AD replies correctly but output shows local /etc/passwd
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answered Debian Active Directory to LDAP migration
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comment LXDE Desktop shortcuts layout configuration files
Thanks for the +1; I would prefer any kind of remark/help/hint/tip :/
Jul
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asked LXDE Desktop shortcuts layout configuration files
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awarded  Curious
May
21
comment Why arp cache is stored in both machine and switch?
Thanks for the guy who voted negatively on my answer, if an explanation could have been given, he wouldn't look like such a jackass. And thanks kasperd for editing my post and correcting my orthography, this is so useful and necessary; You might earn the editor badge for this one, so proud would be your Mum; Don't forget to tell her about it.
May
20
comment iptables blocks ip address even though it is specified to allow it. Why?
Whouaou that's an edition, Andrew Schulman! You're such a life saver!
May
20
answered Why arp cache is stored in both machine and switch?
May
19
comment apache forward REMOTE_USER to X-Forwarded-User
Cameron Kerr, thanks for your help; what I want to do is forward the REMOTE_USER variable IF this one is getting set by apache (when apache authentication succeeds). As the application will redirect anyway for authentication if transmitted variable is empty, this is not necessary. Same result occurs when changing X-Forwarded-User with HTTP_REMOTE_USER
May
19
comment apache forward REMOTE_USER to X-Forwarded-User
I'm afraid this doesn't work neither; the authentication is still correctly provided, but the variable is not sent to the backend server. I don't know if there is an other way to see it without using a network sniffer such as tcpdump; But in tcpdump trace, I see X-forwarded-For for instance but not the X-Forwarded-User I set Thanks for your reply anyway