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May
14
comment Why does python still work after being removed?
As Thomas says, you've not actually removed Python - and in all honesty, you really don't want to. Doing so will render your system unusable and in need of a reinstall.
May
14
reviewed Approve Take output field data string into variable
May
13
reviewed Approve SCP and delete a files from source
May
13
reviewed Approve SCP and delete a files from source
May
13
reviewed Approve grub booting problem
May
13
comment How can I list every port serving a web page
Since the OP is asking specifically about HTTP(S), the PIDs of interest will be your web server PIDs. The OP didn't ask what (virtual) hosts were associated with which processes, but that can be found out through looking at config files.
May
13
comment How can I list every port serving a web page
@jw013 - NMap tends to label ports as what the host it's running on thinks they should be, not necessarily what actually is running on them. So if you have an HTTP(s) service running on port 23, it'll most likely get labeled as "telnet". Aside from that, yeah, nmap is an excellent way to start.
May
13
answered How can I list every port serving a web page
May
12
comment Reliably identifying the path to the directory containing the running script
You're not going to find any one single way to do this that is guaranteed to work in every shell, unless you write a script that figures it out manually and looks at what shell it's running in to figure out how to figure it out.
May
11
comment Squid on Debian, access to internet only from windows machine
Have you looked at the Squid documentation?
May
8
comment Right permissions FTP server
Then you need to either make the directory owned by the newuser user, or you need to modify the VSFTPd configuration. Either way, this is not the same configuration as you have on your CentOS 6.5 server, or you would be getting identical errors.
May
8
answered Right permissions FTP server
May
8
answered Is /etc/rc.local a good place to run a script before any (normal) user can log in?
May
8
reviewed Approve Is /etc/rc.local a good place to run a script before any (normal) user can log in?
May
7
reviewed Approve How does cd .. know which directory is ..?
May
6
answered How to “cat /etc/shadow” on an HMC?
May
6
answered Copy a rolling “last 2 months” of files
May
5
comment Monitor a hard disk partition
There are many different ways to accomplish this - if you're looking for a pre-canned solution, this might be better off on softwarerecs.stackexchange.com.
May
4
comment Running remote GUI application over SSH as a standard non-admin user
If you're not logged in as "tech" on the remote computer, the user ID you're logged in as will have to do additional stuff to make this work... Not sure what your desired end-state is, but you're doing things in a rather unusual way so far.
May
4
comment Running remote GUI application over SSH as a standard non-admin user
So each user has a local Linux Mint desktop, SSHing to a remote linux machine? Is that correct? What's the commend they're using to SSH to the remote machine?