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I will shortly be adding a fedora flavor to my devel box. I currently have XP (installed first on an ssd), ubuntu 10.04 (installed second on the first partition of a platter drive), and I want to add either Cent or SL on the second partition of the platter drive. I will probably also want to... (0 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi i have a txt file in which i do a awk operation with ":" as field separator
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How do I know if ssh_host_rsa_key is 1024 bit?
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5. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Just needed to know if all the ports above 1024 are closed by default. I know that below 1024 the ports are reserved for the kernel and ports above 1024 are reserved for user applications.
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6. UNIX Benchmarks
BYTE UNIX Benchmarks (Version 3.11)
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I need to set up an application to run in a script which will be running as a web server but is a database. I need to allow users to use the web server but the app must be run as root in order for the ports to be accessible. This is not a very secure environment would like to know how this could... (2 Replies)
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