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May
13
answered How can I block a subdomain with dnsmasq?
May
13
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May
13
comment iptables: refuse immediately when blocking particular domain from visiting by browser
Cleanest way i've found so far is to use dnsmasq for this, see this one.
May
13
answered How to do domain filtering in Linux?
Jan
25
answered How to force a device to be mounted as Mass Media Storage (MMS) rather than Media Transfer Protocol (MTP)?
Dec
6
answered Boot into a chroot?
Dec
3
comment Invoke screen commands from outside the session
or even just screen -S test -p0 -X hardcopy out.txt
Nov
20
revised Correctly determining memory usage in Linux
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Nov
20
answered Correctly determining memory usage in Linux
Oct
23
comment virtual block device
With FUSE you can create a filesystem that just exposes one file and answer read/writes to this file as you like. It'll look like a regular file from the outside, so will have to be mounted with -o loop.
Oct
23
comment virtual block device
You can do it with NBD or FUSE, see How to write a userspace linux block device driver
Oct
21
revised Create own Linux OS on USB Flash drive
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Oct
21
comment Create own Linux OS on USB Flash drive
Yeah, puppy's pretty cool :) and there are some remastering instructions
Oct
21
comment Create own Linux OS on USB Flash drive
I'd say first make it clear what your goal is, what is it you want to achieve with this project. Then it's easier to make choices. I can't tell you if knoppix is right for you, but for sure it's easier to start from an existing distro: you already have something that's working, make a few changes, try them etc. It's rewarding from the start. As you go along you can explore what makes a live distro tick: what's the boot process like, the filesystem etc. Starting from scratch is harder at the beginning: it'll be a long time before you see anything working, so you're more likely to give up.
Oct
20
comment SSH into multiple remote machines through ssh tunnel
This is what ProxyCommand lets you do !
Oct
20
revised SSH into multiple remote machines through ssh tunnel
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Oct
19
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Oct
19
comment Create own Linux OS on USB Flash drive
OP wants to create his own distro ...
Oct
19
answered Create own Linux OS on USB Flash drive
Oct
19
answered SSH into multiple remote machines through ssh tunnel