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how to know on my linux machine if connection VIA sftp is active

I have Linux machine red-hat 5.X please advice - which what command I can identify if someone is tiring to copy files from my machine VIA sftp or ftp is it possible to verify this on my Linux machine ...
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Is legacy checkpoint endpoint blocking puppy 528 wireless Internet connection and how can I remove it?

Background: Whilst booting with an old flash drive (SafeXs by block master) plugged in to my laptop (DELL latitude 6430u) I came up against a blue login screen . At full encryption point ... ...
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Where do I find the OID descriptions for SNMPv2 in Linux?

I was looking at this link here: http://www.debianadmin.com/linux-snmp-oids-for-cpumemory-and-disk-statistics.html and noticed that the OIDs are the same ones I see for the same stats for our ...
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In what sense does SATA “talk” SCSI? How much is shared between SCSI and ATA?

This is nothing new to me at least, that SATA actually "talks" SCSI, hence why these SATA devices show up as SCSI devices in Linux. A related question has been asked before, e.g. Why do my SATA ...
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Why does SSH show protocol as tcp6 *and* tcp in netstat?

$ netstat -nat Active Internet connections (servers and established) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:80 ...
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Are application layer protocols part of library routines?

Where do application layer protocols reside? Are they part of library routines of language e.g. C, C++, Java? As goldilocks says in his answer, this is about the implementation of application layer ...
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How to tell what wireless protocols my network card is using?

I want to know which wireless protocol my card is currently using. I found a similar question that tells you what network protocol your card supports, but I want to confirm that my card is actually ...
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IP Prefix - how do I declare this?

Hi I have an IP Prefix issue I would like to declare the following IP's as "safe" using ip prefix "methodology" ("?") The IP's first three parts of the IP have been doctored to protect the innocent, ...
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How to enable NFS4 protocol

I have found nothing that could help me with enabling NSF4 protocol rpcinfo -u localhost nfs program 100003 version 2 ready and waiting program 100003 version 3 ready and waiting How can I add ...
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Why Linux syslog file does not follow the RFC3339 protocol?

Why Linux syslog file: /var/log/syslog does not follow the timestamp format defined in the protocol http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5424#page-11?
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Does the X windowing system suffer from scalability?

One of my professors was telling us about scalability problems, and said that the X protocol was a prime example of a not scalable protocol. Why is that? Is it because it is very hardware dependent? I ...
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IM program to support yahoo video calls

I have been trying to migrate to Linux from Windows during the past one year. Until I completely deleted my windows and I have been using Linux mint 15 for the last 30 days. I am really satisfied. I ...
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Why TCP TIME-WAIT State is present at both ends after a connection termination?

I am reading how the TCP states work and especially the connection termination part. All of the books or online material I read, shows that for the termination procedure these states are followed ...
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Using xdg-open for accessing network with normal explorer

I'm working with small network and I want to start network explorer from a terminal. When I tried to type xdg-open network:///server it opened google chrome and did nothing. I also tried to type ...
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mounting dropbox (for exploring the files)

I want to simply be able to explore a dropbox filesystem, without much additional load on CPU, memory, storage (i.e., without saving copies of the remote files locally). It seems that the official ...
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Debian Kde Iceweasel/Firefox: setting custom protocols handlers

I recently switched from Ubuntu 10.04 gnome to Debian wheezy Kde. Everythings work fine, except to the Iceweasel/firefox custom protocols! I added komodo.protocol in my ~/.kde/share/services with: ...
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I would like to send commands and requests from a client side app to a Linux server

So I am planning/designing an app running on Mac that will send commands and make data requests to a linux server. Some of the things I would need to do will be send file manipulation commands, zip ...
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Local area network without using the IP protocol in Linux

I've read a little about Internet protocols and deduced that on local area network, there is no need to use the IP protocol, though it's normally used. Is there a possibility to turn off the IP ...
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What is the need for rsync server in daemon mode

I don't understand the need for an rsync server in daemon mode. What are the benefits from it if I can use rsync with SSH or telnet?
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How to copy someone's else folders from public.me.com with a wget-like tool?

How can I copy a folder from http://public.me.com/ (a service related to iDisk, or MobileMe) to my local filesystem with a Unix tool (like wget, a command-line non-interactive tool)? The problem is ...