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1. What is on Your Mind?
Original post from this thread on browser caching.
To add to this, it is an effective security measure to clear absolutely all cached data (cookies, web content, ....) when closing the browser - i.e. in case of a shutdown. It takes a bit of work to re-login to all the sites but websites will not... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: bakunin
2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
You know those lists of "the most common passwords"?
I was looking at one of those because I actually want to use a really common password or two on occasion. The thing is I'm skeptical that these are legitimate lists. Most things these days require at least 8 chars with a numeral. But these lists... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jutnobs
3. IP Networking
I was wondering which way do you use to manage you IPs?
For example in our case we have excel sheets and we export them in html first and import it to a server running apache, so to be visible from all.
But i was wondering if there are any way (prefer a way running in web server)... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: @dagio
4. UNIX and Linux Applications
I need help for build server call as Password management / centralized password management server.
My situation and example:
I have 600 server in my server room running on Linux then I need 1 server only can create login/password and then user can login to all 600 server no... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: sheikh76
Hi to all
please help ...Acutally i m new in AIX. I dont much know about AIX. I m totally confusing with software management chapter. Actually i m not getting difference between.
i read in the book.......as i know about RPM in linux.....but in... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: life008
6. What is on Your Mind?
Not sure where to post this so I placed it here. Anyone have any experience with cccHarvest 5.1 or AllFusion Harvest Change Manager 5.1? I have to put together a plan to move from PVCS to Harvest/AllFusion and I dont know much at all about the latter. Any help, information, or links would be... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: google
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Is there any good query management systems that run on Linux and/or Solaris? I'm looking at KBugBuster and Bugzilla, and was wondering is there any others worth considering that run on these platforms?
Txs (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Breen
we have a big problem, we are running an IA-64 linux system, with 8 CPUs and some GB of RAM, for user usage.
The user are compiling and testing programs on this system, and this caused some problems.
Sometimes, a user program used the hole memory, blocks the other users, and also... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: malcom