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Posted By csorhand
sreyan32 , There is a settings in netinstall...
sreyan32 ,

There is a settings in netinstall to specify proxy when connecting to net to get repo and packages. . I think when you specify the Repo site it will ask you for http url together with...
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Posted By csorhand
fereshte, See the error " SSL handshake"....
fereshte,

See the error " SSL handshake". Did you configure your subversion? or your SSL expired. just my perception.

=)
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sreyan32, dont make it to complex for you to...
sreyan32,

dont make it to complex for you to install debian. There are a lot of ways to install debian other than DVD alone. you can also install via the USB via debian netinstall. then once...
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Posted By csorhand
SystemAdmin77, IBM WAS (Websphere) on...
SystemAdmin77,

IBM WAS (Websphere) on AIX---> it always and all the time cause MEMORY leaks. I devoted hours doing perf mon and analysis and all we need is to bounce the WAS and all are gone.

...
1,653
Posted By csorhand
Carpannav, radius is not built for that...
Carpannav,

radius is not built for that purpose. You can try SUDO to control executables rtfm on the sudo and openldap.
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Posted By csorhand
hassan1, You need to delete the Computer...
hassan1,

You need to delete the Computer account in AD then rejoin the working (not the clone) server.

I think you miss some settings on your clone that is why. Remember the windows... always...
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Posted By csorhand
Solaris1977, I think you need to talk to...
Solaris1977,

I think you need to talk to your dba to lessen the logs output or put the logs to syslog server if you may and rotate the logs.

I think based on your screenshots its not your fault...
Forum: AIX 10-09-2013
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Posted By csorhand
Sometimes WAS give memory leaks especially with...
Sometimes WAS give memory leaks especially with AIX. a bounce will be okay.

It takes us hours and hours to perform analysis. but the WAS just needs a little hug. =)
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-19-2013
6,568
Posted By csorhand
DOTA (Defense Of The Ancient) for me..
DOTA (Defense Of The Ancient) for me..
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-19-2013
7,445
Posted By csorhand
Bakunin / Corona668, Have you tried those...
Bakunin / Corona668,

Have you tried those smartphones around? theyre like the servers way way back.. four core 2 gb of RAM 32Gb of disk space.

(i'm just jokin) =)
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-05-2013
1,796
Posted By csorhand
If you're a UNIX file or UNIX file system. What are you and why?
I think i can consider myself as /dev/zero because my unix skills sucks. lol
Forum: Cybersecurity 08-05-2013
6,476
Posted By csorhand
ParanoiaUser, Thieves always love open doors...
ParanoiaUser,

Thieves always love open doors open windows and open roof. in servers if you install many applications/service it will also OPENS a lots of PORTS(which hackers love). although your...
Forum: Cybersecurity 08-05-2013
1,476
Posted By csorhand
edgkkk , If you want to see the linux for...
edgkkk ,

If you want to see the linux for laptop that will support your need you can go on the link

DistroWatch.com: Put the fun back into computing. Use Linux, BSD....
1,149
Posted By csorhand
syregnar86, is this more on...
syregnar86,


is this more on firewall(opening ports/closing ports) or more into UNIX sockets ports? Are your question related to ports like (ftp / ssh / sftp)

You have to make it clear.
...
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Posted By csorhand
As you use windows why dont you just do the...
As you use windows why dont you just do the schedule task over there and use this

Using FTP Batch Scripts (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/96269)
Forum: Ubuntu 07-29-2013
3,245
Posted By csorhand
DO you use spam assasin? Fighting Spam with...
DO you use spam assasin?

Fighting Spam with SpamAssassin and Postfix (http://www.akadia.com/services/postfix_spamassassin.html)
Forum: Red Hat 07-29-2013
1,176
Posted By csorhand
From my experience it is much better to migrate...
From my experience it is much better to migrate to higher one. linux sometimes is very crappy on upgrade.. sometimes it breaks and hard to find answer. but with migrate you knew that that is new....
Forum: Red Hat 07-29-2013
6,538
Posted By csorhand
Try changing other X managers . change to GNOME...
Try changing other X managers . change to GNOME or KDE or gnome lite. or do the following

System->Preferences->Personal->Sessions

Untick "PackageKit Update Applet"

Or simple use the init 3...
Forum: Red Hat 07-29-2013
920
Posted By csorhand
Thats need to be the one of your primary IP of...
Thats need to be the one of your primary IP of your BIND server. not just any server.

---------- Post updated at 02:56 AM ---------- Previous update was at 02:50 AM ----------
Forum: Red Hat 02-26-2013
1,335
Posted By csorhand
sohail Jafferi, Can you provide more details...
sohail Jafferi,

Can you provide more details about your install.? If this is the first install do you configure your disk properly?
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Posted By csorhand
Zio_mangrovia, All the time that "JAVA"...
Zio_mangrovia,

All the time that "JAVA" memory leak thing is pain. you troubleshoot things, analyze, perf only to find out there are java memory leak.

just my two cents.
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Posted By csorhand
command "w" and command "last". ---> type it on...
command "w" and command "last". ---> type it on your console it is a command.
Forum: AIX 10-18-2011
1,469
Posted By csorhand
You can create the following via smitty...
You can create the following via


smitty printer

select wether you want it as IP printer / jet direct printer > select HP printer model. Create a spooler name " SapErpDev_DEV_00 " > modify...
5,313
Posted By csorhand
combination of command "w" and "last" will give...
combination of command "w" and "last" will give you answer.
Forum: AIX 09-30-2011
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Posted By csorhand
Mushroom, No need for a drivers just make...
Mushroom,

No need for a drivers just make sure that you add the correct hostname in /etc/hosts. A lot of drivers are built in the kernel itself you just need to look for the exact model.
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