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Backup remote management protocol in case of faulty SSH server

I have a remote computer which I currently cannot access with SSH. The computer responds to ping but SSH gives connection refused, so I suspect the ssh-server is not working for some reason. What ...
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How do I get a list of all enabled media in Mageia via CLI?

I have read URPMI from Mageia wiki but there seems to be no mention of how I can check the currently enabled media using urpmi command. There is urpmi.addmedia and urmpi.removemedia. So I tried doing ...
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The TIME field in ps -ef

When I do ps -ef, I see "TIME" field. What does this field mean? From what I understand, this tells the actual CPU time, that the process got (amidst all the context switching). Does the TIME field ...
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Automated SSH Login [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Shell Script for logging into a ssh server Autentification on SSH connection in OneLine How could I make a SSH Login programmatically on a unix server, I don't have ...
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Fun, tricky and hard questions for Unix/Linux Admin interview [closed]

I am now preparing process of recrutation for group of Unix/Linux Administrators and I was wondering if maybe you have idea for fun or tricky or hard questions to ask the candidates in order to test ...
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How to avoid receiving warning message from a mount system

I asked similar question in superuser, no satisfying answer. Re-post here with some update. I mount a remote host to my system during debug because the source code is on that host, but after I do the ...
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How can I run a “check-up” on my Ubuntu installation?

I would like to know if there is some kind of script or utility to check for problems in my Ubuntu installation. I am new to Linux and I had some trouble setting up my system, specifically trying to ...
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Owners and groups of everything inside /var are changed mistakenly [duplicate]

I have recursively changed owner and group of /var to root:root. I have mistakenly ran following command while standing in /var. I thought I was in /var/www, sudo chown root:root . R Now many ...
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transmission-remote error 301 moved permanently

I have a debian server running the bitorrent client transmission and I want to access transmission via command line. The transmission deamon runs on port 9092, for now I just want to get a list of ...
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Tasksel vs metapackages

Some debian applications are installed via tasksel, rather than the traditional apt tool. What is the benefits/differences between the methods, when we already have the option of meta-packages?
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dnsbind not working from client end

I am trying to configure dnsmasq in a virtual environment. I have created 2 VMs in VMWare Work Station. Was successful in installing and configuring DNS Server and able to do nslookup of client and ...
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Redhat subscriptions - synchronise subscriptions

I have inherited a system admin role of a small cluster of redhat machines - most running rhel5 and one machine running rhel6. My sys admin skills are at the moment poor but I would like to improve ...
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How can I tell if lack of memory is causing these crashes?

I have a tornado web server running a flask application that connects to a postgres 9.3 database on an ubuntu 12.04 box. The application has been crashing intermittently and I am trying to understand ...
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telinit 1 and run a command there

I need to do some maintenance on a bunch of Debian (Wheezy) systems, and it has to happen at run level 1. But not all machines have a keyboard and a screen; some are even located somewhere else. So I ...
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Unidentified network connections

I have an external-facing ftp/webserver (with virtual hosts) running Ubuntu 12.04LTS, and I have some concerns about some network traffic I'm seeing. Some background. I tried to be as preventive in ...
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Debian [ Wheezy ] : Suricata : LibHTP outdated

While looking to test suricata from the Debian Wheezy repo I ran into an issue. cat /var/log/suricata/suricata-start.log 23/9/2013 -- 19:25:03 - <Info> - This is Suricata version 1.2.1 (rev ...
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Can't Change CUPS password

I am running CrunchBang based on Debian 6. I can't do anything printer related. It is saying I am unauthenticated. I have tried: family@familydesktop:~$ sudo lppasswd -a family Enter password: Enter ...
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LPIC-1 for non-professional experienced user

I am interested in trying out the LPIC-1 certification however I am slightly worried that I may not have the needed professional experience to pass. I am still studying hard and running a lab with a ...
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How do I force a user to log out? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you kick a benign user off your system? I'm trying to remove a user account with the userdel -r command. However, it says that it is unable to remove the user ...
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How to keep a development environment clean? [closed]

Working as a hobby developer on Debian/Jessie64 mostly C++ but also assembly, python, java, c, c# like compiling programs on my own like looking into other's source it results into many ...
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How do I install a program as a different user? [duplicate]

To be very specific: Debian system: I want to install Linuxbrew, when logged in as root, as a specific user. Linuxbrew enjoys the niceness of being installed by the user, for the user's specific ...
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How to add StartUp application in Arch Linux [closed]

I am using Arch Linux, I want to add a start-up program in Arch Linux. How to add start-up program which will execute after login after every boot ? Note: I am not system administrator, I am just a ...