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1,447
Posted By steadyonabix
This works but...
I've tried


iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 22 -j ACCEPT
iptables -A OUTPUT -p tcp --sport 22 -j ACCEPT

But that makes no difference. It seems to be the port that is causing the issue...
1,447
Posted By steadyonabix
Thanks, stomp, That logging tip is really...
Thanks, stomp,

That logging tip is really useful. Looks like I'm sending a SYN but not allowing a SYN-ACK if I'm understanding it correctly:

Dec 31 22:39:44 fwl kernel: [ 5336.614582] IN=...
1,447
Posted By steadyonabix
iptables help with rules
Hi,

I've been struggling with this all morning and seem to have a blind spot on what the problem is. I'm trying to use iptables to block traffic on a little cluster of raspberry pi's but to allow...
1,127
Posted By steadyonabix
Help with firewall settings
Hi all,

I am confusing myself with trying to set up a firewall and hope someone here can help me progress.

I have a small cluster of three Raspberry PI's running NOOBS, which I believe is a...
Forum: IP Networking 12-06-2015
3,540
Posted By steadyonabix
Add second DNS server to networking?
Hi

Am fooling around at home with installing dnsmasq on a raspberry pi and trying to use it for DNS resolution.

On the PI, I can add a machine on my network to my /etc/hosts and resolve it. But...
1,098
Posted By steadyonabix
Hi Neo Thanks for the reply. Actually...
Hi Neo

Thanks for the reply.

Actually this is a full blown application with over 15000 lines of code in 127 files.

The only help I need with the code is to find someone happy to do a code...
1,098
Posted By steadyonabix
Help Required with Automation Harness
Hi All

I have to be careful how I word this as the last time I mentioned it everyone assumed I am a recruiter and I got some flack for it. So let me start by assuring you that I am not one, and...
1,545
Posted By steadyonabix
Good advice, thanks. I might be getting...
Good advice, thanks.

I might be getting ahead of myself here as I'm not able to release the current version I have working at my employers site. The code contains too many references to...
1,545
Posted By steadyonabix
Thanks Akshay Actually I'm not offering to...
Thanks Akshay

Actually I'm not offering to hire anyone, I'm looking for volunteers for an open source project. But I will try to find your linked in group and put this up there.

Thanks again
...
1,545
Posted By steadyonabix
Recruiting for an open source project
I am posting this gauge the level of interest among the community in forming an open source team to work on an automation harness I am about to make available.

I already have a working POC...
6,142
Posted By steadyonabix
Hi Bartus Sorry I didn't get back to you. I...
Hi Bartus

Sorry I didn't get back to you. I posted an edit earlier saying I had tried that , but the edit doesn't show here.

Yes, good guess. It finally dawned on me to try 'which' and the...
6,142
Posted By steadyonabix
Sqlite3: /lib/ld-Linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter:
Hi all

I'm hoping this is just me being a muppet, has anyone come across this problem before?

I am writing an application that uses sqlite3 and I have created a database using it -

sqlite3...
946
Posted By steadyonabix
Thank you
Many thanks

Looks like the very thing I'm looking for :)
946
Posted By steadyonabix
Sudo question
Hi All

I want to grant elevated privs to a user that will be running a script as a background task. It will be launched from an ssh session via an embedded command in its key that just allows that...
1,169
Posted By steadyonabix
Well the answer is ....
Multiplexing using the ControlMaster (-M) option.
1,169
Posted By steadyonabix
Ssh tunnel question
Hi all

I have a suite of scripts that ssh to remote servers within a cluster and run some tests. This is done from a central server so that all of the test results can be captured in one location....
1,377
Posted By steadyonabix
Thanks for the perl examples. I need to pull...
Thanks for the perl examples.

I need to pull this off in bash so I can't use them but they certainly look powerful. The last example being particularly compact...

Cheers

---------- Post...
1,377
Posted By steadyonabix
Very Nice Yoda
That's much better than anything I've come up with so far.

Many thanks, I'm sure a few people will find that useful.

Brad
1,377
Posted By steadyonabix
Suggestions for command line parsing
Hi all

I need to put a command line parser together to parse numeric fields and ranges passed to a script. I'm looking for a bash function that is as elegant and simple as possible.

So the...
4,035
Posted By steadyonabix
:) Yes that is a nicer syntax Thanks
:)

Yes that is a nicer syntax

Thanks
4,035
Posted By steadyonabix
Not sure what you mean
Sorry

Can't make out what you mean by an "unpush"

If there are no errors -


#! /bin/bash

error_exit()
{
echo "======================="
echo $1
echo...
4,035
Posted By steadyonabix
Stack Trace
Hi All

Thought it would be kind of fun to implement a stack trace for a shell script that calls functions within a sub shell. This is for bash under Linux and probably not portable -


#!...
1,937
Posted By steadyonabix
Thanks for all the replies
After some fiddling around I settled for this variation on an earlier post -


#! /bin/bash

sed ':start
/\['\''/{
s/\['\''//
s/'\'']//
s/'\'','\''/,/
b start
} ...
1,937
Posted By steadyonabix
Thanks Summer, I really should learn perl :)
Thanks Summer, I really should learn perl :)
1,937
Posted By steadyonabix
Thanks :D That's really helpful. Now I...
Thanks :D

That's really helpful.

Now I can play around with it and get a good understanding...

Cheers

Brad
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