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Nov
5
comment How to tell who is connected via vnc to my machine?
FYI, I needed to use sudo to run lsof to get output on my Raspberry Pi (Raspbian/Debian Linux).
Nov
5
revised How to tell who is connected via vnc to my machine?
Updated to show that you have to be root and to use VNC command-line name in grep
Nov
5
answered How to tell who is connected via vnc to my machine?
Nov
4
answered man gives the error about locale
Oct
1
comment How to permanently connect to WPA2AES wifi with OpenBSD (through cli)
Here's an example from Wikipedia that shows an interface that has associated with the access point ieee80211: nwid ARK chan 11 bssid 00:0d:0b:ed:84:fb 100dBm, does yours show that? It would be very helpful if you could post what ifconfig returns for you.
Oct
1
comment How to permanently connect to WPA2AES wifi with OpenBSD (through cli)
I'm surprised that ifconfig ath0 nwid SSID wpakey SSIDPWD didn't work. After you run this command, if you just enter ifconfig what is displayed? Do you get an IP address or any 802.11 information? Can you safely post what is displayed for that command here?
Sep
26
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Sep
26
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
25
comment Why the difference between network addresses reported by hostname and ping?
@derobert Thank you, I updated my answer accordingly.
Sep
25
revised Why the difference between network addresses reported by hostname and ping?
Corrected answer using information supplied in comments
Sep
25
answered Why the difference between network addresses reported by hostname and ping?
Sep
23
comment How to use linux tools to verify a site's authenticity
Can you post an example? Normally a web site has only one certificate. That being said, there could be a chain of one or more certificates from that server's certificate up to a trusted root SSL certificate. If your browser doesn't trust the root certificate, then you will get a warning.
Sep
23
comment Cannot Access Webpage from Outside LAN
Can you telnet to port 80 on the web server from a remote location?
Sep
22
awarded  Editor
Sep
22
revised How to permanently connect to WPA2AES wifi with OpenBSD (through cli)
Corrected minor error
Sep
22
comment How to permanently connect to WPA2AES wifi with OpenBSD (through cli)
What wireless network adapter are you using?
Sep
22
answered How to permanently connect to WPA2AES wifi with OpenBSD (through cli)
Sep
21
awarded  Enthusiast
Sep
20
answered nginx + php5-fpm + htdocs on USB