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Just a guy with some linux experience.


Jul
26
reviewed Close Which command would you use if you want to remove the password assigned to a group
Jul
26
reviewed Edit KVM - Which Web Based management to use?
Jul
26
revised KVM - Which Web Based management to use?
improved formatting, multiple attempts at making sense of the original.
Jul
26
reviewed Close How to disable local file writes?
Jul
26
reviewed Close A problem with ubuntu
Jul
24
awarded  Excavator
Jul
24
comment Running programs as root with my own password in Scientific Linux/Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS
This is correct information but does not actually answer the question that's being asked.
Jul
24
revised How can I install VLC 1.1.10 or 1.1.9 in CentOS 5.6 or CentOS 6.0?
Moved 'answer' into body of question where it belongs.
Jul
24
reviewed Approve How to correctly add a path to PATH?
Jul
10
comment A layman's explanation for “Everything is a file” — what differs from Windows?
Judging by that example, you also don't quite understand how filesystems work. Unless name_of_file happens to be a proper filesystem image, you just wrecked that CF card...
Jul
8
comment Slow Linux machine
Don't disable dns checks, make sure that you have a working resolver.
Jul
6
reviewed Approve Difference between system calls and library functions
Jul
4
comment SSH slow after configuring TCP Wrappers
Although not quite "impossible" and more "not viable" -- chances are the botnet controller will note the vastly reduced response rate, deduce that there's a firewall blocking him and go look for a better target.
Jul
4
comment SSH slow after configuring TCP Wrappers
+1 will always upvote fail2ban
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
16
comment How to open Fedora without a user password?
Note that this is almost never a good idea. Even on a single user machine in your own home.
Jun
11
comment Force command to be run on logout or disconnect?
Except that it only works if someone 1) uses bash; 2) doesn't change their .bash_logout and 3) always logs off gracefully rather than killing their SSH connection.
Jun
11
comment Force command to be run on logout or disconnect?
This answer only works for a very small subset of situations.
Jun
3
awarded  Nice Answer
May
30
comment What are the ways of making your own linux distro?
@MichaelShigorin I dunno, googling "rear" sounds to me like a very risky proposition...