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revised Is libvirt dnsmasq exposed to the network, if I run Fedora without a firewall?
Account for the different behaviour of the DHCP socket
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revised Why does mknod require root privileges?
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revised Is libvirt dnsmasq exposed to the network, if I run Fedora without a firewall?
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accepted Fedora system doesn't finish booting unless a display was connected - why?
Jan
18
accepted How do I get graphics working with Linux on my Braswell NUC box?
Jan
18
accepted Hard drive spins down & back up again every 10 seconds; no access shown in `fatrace`
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revised Why does mknod require root privileges?
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answered Why does mknod require root privileges?
Jan
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comment What are the use cases for write-only and write-execute files?
Hmm, actually I can't manage to forbid it either way :). Using filesystem ext4.
Jan
18
comment What are the use cases for write-only and write-execute files?
It could be used on a device node... maybe a serial interface for logging on an otherwise air-gapped system :).
Jan
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comment What are the use cases for write-only and write-execute files?
@StéphaneChazelas Good point. I think it might technically allow touch on the directory, updating its modification time :P.
Jan
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asked Is libvirt dnsmasq exposed to the network, if I run Fedora without a firewall?
Jan
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answered Is libvirt dnsmasq exposed to the network, if I run Fedora without a firewall?
Jan
18
comment Supervisord at 99% cpu usage
E.g. run supervisorctl a couple of times and see if the PID is changing all the time. Kind of a flaw not to rate-limit it, in case there's an error.
Jan
18
comment Supervisord at 99% cpu usage
there's a typo in the worker.conf you pasted here: -- and sleep should be together: --sleep