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Forum: Linux 09-26-2003
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I doubt you are going to find any books devoted...
I doubt you are going to find any books devoted just to user experiences. The closest that I could think of are reviews in magazines.

Aside from that, doing a google search should give you more...
2,299
Posted By OllieTech
Just out of curiousity.... What services are...
Just out of curiousity....

What services are running on that server, how many users?
What are the specs for the server?
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Posted By OllieTech
You may want to see if you have your system...
You may want to see if you have your system configured to check local host configurations before using DNS to obtain information. Netscape is probally defaulting to the search page after it fails the...
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Posted By OllieTech
I read this the other day in my Linux Journal and...
I read this the other day in my Linux Journal and it sounds like what you are looking for. I have not used it at all, so I can not give you any personal opinion on it.
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Forum: Solaris 09-12-2003
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Posted By OllieTech
Well there you go, thanks for the info about the...
Well there you go, thanks for the info about the single user mode stuff. I have never run in to any problems with running in runlevel 3, but its a bad habit that I should probally stop doing ;)
Forum: Slackware 09-12-2003
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Posted By OllieTech
What kind of mouse do you have? I ran Slack...
What kind of mouse do you have?

I ran Slack 9 for a little bit on my laptop. Do you have the USB and hotplug modules installed? If I am not mistaken, its an option that is available when you do...
Forum: Linux 09-11-2003
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Posted By OllieTech
For this, put in your Red Hat CD 1 and mount it....
For this, put in your Red Hat CD 1 and mount it. Then type:
rpm --import /mnt/cdrom/RPM-GPG-KEY

For the second problem, You need to install the package rpm-build and it will create the...
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Posted By OllieTech
This is not to sound ignorant but as to be...
This is not to sound ignorant but as to be helpful.

The "search" button on the top right of each page in the forum provides a means to search posts and questions from the past. Your question has...
Forum: Solaris 09-10-2003
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Posted By OllieTech
A) Usually updated packages are a good thing....
A) Usually updated packages are a good thing. They fix security exploits, add features, and fix bugs. Of course, when you patch a program that directly affects a production environement such as...
2,752
Posted By OllieTech
1. Get and install partition magic 2. Resize...
1. Get and install partition magic
2. Resize your Windows 98 partition to a useable size. (Leave a decent amount of space for your page file and additional documents and data on your Windows...
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Posted By OllieTech
I have used qpopper for my pop3 needs and have...
I have used qpopper for my pop3 needs and have been very satisfied with its features. I have used mainly sendmail with it.

http://www.eudora.com/qpopper/

If you have not decided on a MTA for...
Forum: Linux 09-03-2003
4,191
Posted By OllieTech
But a more cost effective and secure way of...
But a more cost effective and secure way of having a local FTP server is to install a second NIC in to your systems and run everything through a switch using a non-routable IP format. That way global...
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Posted By OllieTech
oombera, as far as it only appearing as 3 lines,...
oombera, as far as it only appearing as 3 lines, did you copy and post in to text editor and remove word wrap and saw 3 lines? If that is the case and it is indeed only 3 lines, then grep will not...
Forum: Solaris 09-02-2003
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Posted By OllieTech
For most *nix systems they are in /etc ...
For most *nix systems they are in /etc
/etc/host.allow
/etc/host.deny



They are file that adds security to your inetd.conf file. Usually, one or the other is used. ...
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Posted By OllieTech
If the invoice number is all on the same line and...
If the invoice number is all on the same line and the format for Invoice Number is constant, then all I would do is:

/home/arbor> cat PH0034090202314800030IM-001 | grep Number:

or
...
Forum: Linux 08-31-2003
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Posted By OllieTech
Doesn't the PSA do that for you already? ...
Doesn't the PSA do that for you already?

AFAIK, Apache does not create the directories and alter permissions of files. Scripts are written that do this type of thing. Cobalt Raq systems had a lot...
Forum: SuSE 08-28-2003
3,325
Posted By OllieTech
Well in relation to email clients, there is only...
Well in relation to email clients, there is only so many ways you can layout such a thing before it starts to get impractical to use. Microsoft Outlook (express) are good mail clients. Microsoft has...
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Posted By OllieTech
I am partial to pine. :) If I use X, then I...
I am partial to pine. :)

If I use X, then I will use Ximian Evolution.
Forum: Linux 08-28-2003
4,191
Posted By OllieTech
There are several ftp daemons that are available...
There are several ftp daemons that are available to run a FTP server. I personally like proftpd. If its an internal server then you could bind the ip address of the ftp server to the internal ip...
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Posted By OllieTech
Quick question, The 'ps' command only gives...
Quick question,

The 'ps' command only gives a snapshot of the current process utilization. If this user is running this process outside of the time that the snapshot is done, won't this be...
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Posted By OllieTech
Is there any particular reason for writing this...
Is there any particular reason for writing this script? I'm thinking a cron job on Box B that creates a tar of the files/dir that you want. Then another cron on Box B that runs rsync to back that tar...
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Posted By OllieTech
I agree with Cameron, backups are the way to go...
I agree with Cameron, backups are the way to go in UNIX.

There is no undelete command that runs in UNIX. DOS runs differently than UNIX. Unix, there are processes running all the time, and once...
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Posted By OllieTech
If you do not know the process or the user, what...
If you do not know the process or the user, what kind of ill affects are you seing on your server that wants you to find a particular process and user?

In Linux, using the top command will give...
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Posted By OllieTech
First, just friendly advice. What kind of...
First, just friendly advice. What kind of security and hardening is going to be in place after the install? Hint: Do not connect this server to the net until it is done.

Second, I found some info...
Forum: Debian 08-25-2003
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What kind of modem is it? Is it PC Card, USB,...
What kind of modem is it? Is it PC Card, USB, Serial?
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