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For security reason you cannot automatically run a script or an executable on removeable media sunch as an flash pendrive. User friendly as this may be, even Microsoft blocked this. What you can do is either hack around the USB insert messages, or if you know a valid username and password you can use a rubber ducky. The Rubberducky is an USB tool which ...


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On Linux, you can try solutions of this kind : http://www.panticz.de/node/629 which are based on a tweak of udevs rules. However, it will work only on your computer, or computers you have already set up... For security purposes, you can't, AFAIK, run automatically a script located on the USB key.


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in /etc/syslog.conf or /etc/rsyslog.conf add something like below usually syslog or rsyslog. *.* -/var/log/allmessages more advanced options available # => all acpid messages for debuging (uncomment if needed): if ($programname == 'acpid' or $syslogtag == '[acpid]:') then \ -/var/log/acpid Using ...


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You can find all sudo instances are logged so you can find the command with a date, time and username. I know you asked about bsd but I'm going to put the location for a few distros for completeness: BSD: /var/logs/messages (Note that BSD doesn't actually have sudo installed by default last I checked so you may have to look for the command, and who su'd to ...


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Finally I've solve it with piping. tail -n 1000 -f myfile.log | multitail -j


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Consider using the free TextWrangler.


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Windows services starting up are logged as events in the System Event log. See Are there any log file about Windows Services Status? for more information. MyEventViewer, by Nirsoft allows you to easily export Windows Event Logs to a comma separated file. See How to Create Your Own Windows Event Log Notification System for a nice automated way to use ...


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The command tasklist in Windows Command Prompt shows a static snapshot of all running programs and services, but it sounds like you need a process monitoring program. Sysinternals.com (on Microsoft Technet) has a free process monitor you can customize with your own filtering rules. Sysinternals.com also has a Startup Monitor called Autoruns (also on ...


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By default bridged traffic doesn't hit iptables. You can enable it in /etc/sysctl.conf: # disable bridge firewalling by default net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-arptables=0 net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-ip6tables=0 net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-iptables=1 Then reload the settings: sysctl -p Ref: OpenWRT: Netfilter/Nftables


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It depends. Some of the components that implemented MUI is affected by the following key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\MUI\Setting\PreferredUILanguages] The key is of type REG_MULTI_SZ which suggested that you can prepend "en-US" before your current language to see if it works for you. (Although I doubt any component that ...


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The Playlist Undo plugin should be able to allow that. This plug-in allows changes made to your current playlist to be undone or blocked as depicted in the configuration screenshots below. To use the plug-in, you just need to install it and leave it until you need it via the playlist editor right-click menu or via the Alt + Z keyboard shortcut. ...


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Well, you may try this third party software's FULL Version / OR / The Free Light Version called EventSentry. The framework also supports multiple languages, so if you open an event on a Spanish Windows, then the event will display in Spanish (of course assuming that the message file from the vendor supports that) instead of English. (changed ...



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