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accepted How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
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revised 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
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revised How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
not limiting to sudo
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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.
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asked How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
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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
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revised Any concerns with using high UID numbers (3000+) on RHEL5+?
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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
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comment Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
Thanks. Rephrased and added more details.
Mar
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revised Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
focusing only on UDP
Mar
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asked Any concerns with using high UID numbers (3000+) on RHEL5+?
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revised Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
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comment Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
Ah, okay. My test was was UDP. Any idea how to make it work with UDP?
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asked Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?
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answered Issues in XRDP installation on Cent OS 6.5
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answered Translate Windows batch script into a bash script for Linux