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Dec
17
comment Using port 587 with sendmail
define('RELAY_MAILER_ARGS', 'TPC $h 587')dnl -- should be TCP (transmission control protocol)
Dec
12
awarded  Promoter
Dec
9
comment Using a VPN client as a VPN gateway
Should tcpdump show me packets flowing through tap0? There are never any packets shown when I tcpdump -i tap0. I know it's a virtual network adapter, but does this also mean we cannot see packets flowing through here, because it's all handled internally by Linux (kernel).
Dec
9
revised Using a VPN client as a VPN gateway
change tun0 to tap0
Dec
8
awarded  Editor
Dec
8
revised Using a VPN client as a VPN gateway
I Should also mention that I have allowed packet forwarding in linux
Dec
8
asked Using a VPN client as a VPN gateway
Dec
3
accepted ps to show only processes that match more than one condition (AND)
Dec
3
comment Automounting not working correctly for CIFS shares; weird results
I have a similar problem. Did you find a way around this issue?
Nov
30
comment ps to show only processes that match more than one condition (AND)
Link for more information on so-called containers?
Nov
30
answered ps to show only processes that match more than one condition (AND)
Nov
26
awarded  Curious
Nov
25
comment ps to show only processes that match more than one condition (AND)
An unrelated process could have the exact PID and PPID, but what are the chances? And secondly, what is a better approach?
Nov
25
comment ps to show only processes that match more than one condition (AND)
Yes that's correct. Must match pid $PID as well as its parent pid of $PPID. Both conditions. Matched pair, etc. etc.
Nov
25
asked ps to show only processes that match more than one condition (AND)
Nov
21
accepted Bash extended globbing
Nov
19
comment Bash extended globbing
What I want to achieve is to return just one result from the vmlinuz* glob. Can this be achieved in Bash, without external tools?
Nov
19
asked Bash extended globbing
Nov
16
comment What RPMs do I need for timeconfig?
great tip thank you
Jul
17
comment How to print “$” in here-document
This is the best answer because it can cater for very long HERE documents. It's (mostly) idiot-proof.