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Apr
9
suggested suggested edit on can we know the password for the other users if we have root access?
Apr
8
comment File size :size of content and what is seen different
@mibzer you are right, it will not work on Solaris userland. In that case I would just gzip the output. Are you making these from dd or ufsdump?
Apr
8
comment File size :size of content and what is seen different
@mibzer: gzip the file or qemu-img convert -O qcow2 test.dd test.qcow to convert it to qcow2. Mount using qemu ndb
Apr
8
answered UDF and fstab (no UUID)
Apr
8
comment UDF and fstab (no UUID)
Are you sure it doesn't have a UUID? Try running blkid without any options
Apr
8
comment Verify if a system has DVD burners?
wodim -prcap will give you better output about the capabilities of the device.
Apr
8
answered Verify if a system has DVD burners?
Apr
8
comment Is it possible to execute scripts in BIND based on lookup
log and then run swatch or OSSEC on the logs to call your script. not a very good idea in the long run, either way.
Apr
7
comment Dynamically changing the proxy server for all outgoing traffic
Agree sr_, he could run something light like Inlab Balance and then just connect to loopback:8080 or whatever he sets it to.
Apr
7
comment How to switch “/” back to writable mode without reboot?
The block device here is read-only, so remount will fail.
Apr
7
comment How to switch “/” back to writable mode without reboot?
See serverfault.com/questions/37600/… and take a look at Womble's answer.
Apr
7
comment Specifying outgoing interface for SSH tunnel
serverfault.com/questions/243955/…
Apr
5
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Apr
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Apr
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comment ext4 used space (not -m option, not deleted files)
Which options are you passing to df?
Mar
29
answered How to create a snapshot of a physical disk?
Mar
29
answered Turn a bash and php script into a distributable rpm
Mar
28
comment How to search all subdirectories and their subdirectories for the occurence of a word using grep?
Dot will search binary files. Use the -I flag to skip them.
Mar
28
comment executing multiple greps in a single find command
I was trying to answer this myself with only regex, and I found a similar question on Unix.com, with an answer of word1.*word2|word2.*word1
Mar
27
comment Is xinetd still the best method to let non root daemons listen on privileged ports?
xinetd also has the benefit of generating some syslog entries (for awful apps that don't syslog), shows up in chkconfig (sometimes) and has libwrap support.