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Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-06-2008
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Is Virtualisation Right for Colo?
Hi guys

I'm going to be moving a linux box into collocation to support the growing demands of my sites and have been trying to figure out if Xen is right for me. I'd appreciate hearing some...
Forum: Linux 01-12-2006
21,420
Posted By Karma
Probably the most useful and widely available...
Probably the most useful and widely available realtime performance monitoring tool (for the CLI, anyway) is the 'top' command. For remote/non shell-based monitoring I suggest looking into MRTG...
Forum: Linux 01-12-2006
60,854
Posted By Karma
*jawdrops* really? i could have sworn it was...
*jawdrops* really? i could have sworn it was disabled by default but it's been a long while since I had to re-configure my server. I've somehow managed to keep myself from logging in as root on my...
Forum: Linux 01-11-2006
2,069
Posted By Karma
There are several partition managing/resizing...
There are several partition managing/resizing applications out there and on a P2P network near you; I recommend PartitionMagic simply because it's the only one i've been bothered to use on Windows,...
Forum: Linux 01-11-2006
2,716
Posted By Karma
Processor cat /proc/cpuinfo I don't...
Processor
cat /proc/cpuinfo


I don't even recognise what you're talking about from windows o.O You can get the kernel version and other info from 'uname -a' if that's what you're talking...
Forum: Linux 01-11-2006
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Posted By Karma
IIRC, vsftpd does not allow one to log in as root...
IIRC, vsftpd does not allow one to log in as root period; this is a non-configurable feature implimented to force those misguided enough to try sending their root password unencrypted into adhering...
3,008
Posted By Karma
It would be helpful if you could explain what a...
It would be helpful if you could explain what a '-50' error code implies; having few Windows users and, logically, less entourage users means that in all likelyhood the only help you'll be able to...
1,688
Posted By Karma
Several X drivers for cards with the various...
Several X drivers for cards with the various TV-out & VGA-out configurations have unique xorg.conf Option options which allow you to chose the output. I recomend looking up the man page for your...
Forum: Linux 10-11-2005
1,498
Posted By Karma
...someone might be able to help you if your plea...
...someone might be able to help you if your plea was a tad less ambiguous...

vendor? model? module? handled by a driver wrapper? ad-hoc or infrastructure? how far have you gotten along? etc...
4,602
Posted By Karma
What format does ReportWriter save its...
What format does ReportWriter save its files/templates as? If you can find an editor/etc that supports it, you may well be in luck.
2,650
Posted By Karma
The Startup folder in the Start menu is located...
The Startup folder in the Start menu is located in the Start menu. It can be reached by clicking on 'Start' in the lower left-hand corner of the screen or through various and entirely irrelevant...
4,602
Posted By Karma
In that case, we'd need to know what program...
In that case, we'd need to know what program you're using to generate the invoice so we can better undertsnad the features at your disposal. If the documentation for your software does not include a...
2,650
Posted By Karma
1) close the windows before you properly shut...
1) close the windows before you properly shut down next time
2) Check your startup start menu folder
3) check your Run and RunOnce registry keys
4) run your favourite anti-spy/malware apps.
4,602
Posted By Karma
...what *kind* of textfile? do you want it to...
...what *kind* of textfile? do you want it to actually show up as an image ( in a rich text/wysiwyg type file) or be embedded (in the markup, in the case of stenography, or as 'visible' ASCII...
1,798
Posted By Karma
- what OS are you using? - what flavour? -...
- what OS are you using?
- what flavour?
- what exactly do you mean by 'save' - from a specific program or writing to a floppy in general (i.e.: cp)?
- how are you mounting your floppies? (the...
1,465
Posted By Karma
Here are a bunch of random links you might find...
Here are a bunch of random links you might find worthwhile:

http://www.cygwin.com/
http://www.knoppix.org/
http://slax.linux-live.org/ ( You will appreciate Kill Bill Edition)...
1,187
Posted By Karma
- Error messages. We love them. - Boot loaders....
- Error messages. We love them.
- Boot loaders. We like their names as much as their titilating version numbers.
- Configuration files. Because clipbards are more than just ram candy.
3,627
Posted By Karma
...do you mean you want to run a java process on...
...do you mean you want to run a java process on a remote machine via (s)sh/whatever (I assume you'd be using an appropriate ActiveX/etc. control for this) from a local VB client? ...or do you mean...
1,940
Posted By Karma
It certainly helps to know exactly what flavour...
It certainly helps to know exactly what flavour of ftp server you're using...
1,955
Posted By Karma
If the XP box is in standby, you will need to...
If the XP box is in standby, you will need to have Wake-on-LAN enabled and some app (surely several that do this exist, however I can't name any due to inexperience) that crafts what I believe is...
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Posted By Karma
=o windows.
=o windows.
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Posted By Karma
iirc, the hosts.* files are for x/inetd control....
iirc, the hosts.* files are for x/inetd control. If you are running your daemons in standalone mode, afaik, these files have no effect. Look into iptables or whatever solaris' equivalent may be.
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Posted By Karma
top allows sorting my memory usage. hit 'h' when...
top allows sorting my memory usage. hit 'h' when in top for more info. KDE has a nice GUI 'task manager' for such things, and I'm sure gnome and a few others do too; check your documentation.
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Posted By Karma
Not sure I completely understand what you're...
Not sure I completely understand what you're saying but you can usually control the command prompt's appearance with the ~/.bashrc file. You can change users' home directories by manually editing...
Forum: Linux 08-18-2005
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Posted By Karma
When you install Fedora there will be an option...
When you install Fedora there will be an option to install Administrative Tools or Utilities or some such fodder. You can likely install the whole package group from disc 1 manually or through a...
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