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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
10
comment How to remove an rpm package while keeping certain files
Ah okay. So no way to ignore part of the spec on uninstall?
Jun
10
asked How to remove an rpm package while keeping certain files
May
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awarded  Famous Question
May
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revised Why does redirection (>) not work sometimes but appending (>>) does?
edited body
Apr
23
accepted How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
10
revised How can I bring up up a non-boot (ONBOOT=no) network interface with iproute2?
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Apr
10
asked How can I bring up up a non-boot (ONBOOT=no) network interface with iproute2?
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Mar
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comment How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
I was hoping to capture all unit commands but if I have to itemize them, then I guess that's what I will have to do.
Mar
26
revised How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
not limiting to sudo
Mar
26
comment How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
This would allow you to restart any service then. I should have included that tidbit in the question. Sorry.
Mar
26
asked How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
Mar
22
comment Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
Great information about nmap. Thanks, this clarifies a lot of confusion.
Mar
22
revised Any concerns with using high UID numbers (3000+) on RHEL5+?
edited title
Mar
21
comment Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
Rephrased my question to focus on UDP. My apologies for the ninja edit. I thought it would be similar so did not make the distinction. Thanks for clearing it up.
Mar
21
comment Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
Thanks. Rephrased and added more details.
Mar
21
revised Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
focusing only on UDP
Mar
21
asked Any concerns with using high UID numbers (3000+) on RHEL5+?