KdgDev
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Why do 'hackers' setup bots repeatedly fill out web forms?
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If they can somehow get into your server and implant software on it without you noticing, that's one extra spambot for them. Being registered is one step closer to being able to take over a server, ...

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Hidden Features of PowerShell
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Make your own custom functions and save them in your profile. You can build tons of useful functions without having to re-think it all every time a similar problem pops up. Edit your profile: PS C:\&...

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Deployment and monitoring tools for java/tomcat/linux environment
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Well, at least in part, you can use Java's own jVisualVM. It's included in every JDK java install... Just look in the lib folder, it's right there.

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Preventing Windows clients from polluting network shares with Thumbs.db
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squillman gives the correct answer. Still, you'll have those old ones left. If you want to get rid of them, do this in Windows Command box: C:\> del /s /q /f Thumbs.db that only gets the visible ...

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Pacemaker - Logging the result of a ping check?
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It turns out that the debug option isn't just an environment variable, it can be set on the ping resource itself, like this: pcs resource update ping debug=1 The only downside is: the log doesn't ...

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What is preventing you from deploying desktop Linux in your environment?
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The fact that it's so hard for someone who comes straight from windows, to find out how to install the most recent packages. The concept of packages was alien to me untill I first tried ubuntu, and ...

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How does Windows decide which DNS Server to use when resolving names?
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It doesn't decide randomly. You're connected to a router which gets it IP from a company which has DNS servers. They get your request unless you alter the IP manually to another DNS, for instance: ...

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