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Mar
25
comment Email evading my spam filter
I'd guess the easiest way to be iptables. Only allow smtp from your Barracuda, localhost, and possibly your LAN.
Mar
25
answered How do i write a shell script so that when i compile my c++ program it will put the binary into the Binary Directory
Mar
25
answered OpenVPN Server Setup
Mar
18
comment Squid log flooded with 404 message
Some reason you don't just fix 192.168.1.20?
Mar
18
comment I seem to be using only some part of my total memory
[drm] Memory usable by graphics device = 2048M might a a clue—maybe it's been given to the graphics hardware?
Mar
18
comment What else apart from /etc/localtime and $TZ affects `date`?
How about zdump -v /etc/localtime ?
Mar
18
comment How to mount automatically sshfs when RSA authentication is not an option?
Does "can't use ssh-copy-id" mean you can't change anything on the server? Or just you can't use a ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file? (There are more than two authentication options.)
Mar
17
comment The Alias directive will probably never match because it overlaps an earlier Alias
@fizzydrink Glad to hear its been solved. I added an answer—please feel free to edit in any details I left out.
Mar
17
answered The Alias directive will probably never match because it overlaps an earlier Alias
Mar
17
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Mar
14
comment SSH server listening on multiple ports with passwordless access not allowing connections to second port
Do you have a firewall running on the NAS? (see e.g., iptables -vL)
Mar
13
answered Is there a quick way to install packages if there is a prompt?
Mar
12
comment The Alias directive will probably never match because it overlaps an earlier Alias
Well, the most obvious thing that could be wrong is that you've somehow got Include conf.d/*.conf in there twice. Are there any more include lines?
Mar
12
comment links are always NO-CARRIER, but expected to work
Sounds like a driver bug... What hardware (in particular Ethernet chip) is this?
Mar
12
comment Routing for multiple uplinks/providers
@TomRoche I'd suggest stopping by chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/26/unix-and-linux and asking.
Mar
11
comment Meaning of `cat /dev/null > file`
another alternative (that is probably clearer) truncate -s 0 /var/spool/mail/root.
Mar
11
answered RAID 1 on server - need file from mirrored drive
Mar
11
comment grep to get all the getters from a java file
There are almost certainly much better tools for this than grep; searching Stack Overflow will surely yield a few Java introspection tools.
Mar
11
comment The Alias directive will probably never match because it overlaps an earlier Alias
@wurtel I have no idea, but the actual config should show why.
Mar
10
comment Where to put files?
Could you give us the link to where it came from? I would guess it's supposed to go in /usr/local, managed by something like GNU stow. Or maybe it's actually a package of some sort, intended for a .tgz-based package manager... But anyway, copying random files into /usr/bin (etc.) is probably not a good idea.