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Wireshark is a free program for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux that can monitor and record all network packets to and from your machine including browser and other network traffic. Packet captures can be saved for later viewing. To use in its simplest form simply select your network interface and start capture. Packets can be viewed and filtered/unfiltered ...


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Firefox and other browsers have web developer tools. For Firefox, the "Web Console": https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Web_Console


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Type dmesg > ~/dmesg.log to copy all the boot messages into your own copy. You can add the date and time if you want to keep multiple copies and you could even automate it within a login script.


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The tailf command is functionally equivalent to tail -f but better in terms of performance. From man tailf: tailf will print out the last 10 lines of a file and then wait for the file to grow. It is similar to tail -f but does not access the file when it is not growing. This has the side effect of not updating the access time for the ...


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Change in dovecot that introduced this is http://dovecot.org/list/dovecot-cvs/2011-November/019388.html On a server I look after these all seem to match up with postfix losing its connection to the auth server. We have it setup through lmtp. Example log line is postfix/smtpd[32407]: warning: unknown[1.2.3.4]: SASL LOGIN authentication failed: Connection ...


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yes i got it. I just changed my script as follows : [Code] procedure CurStepChanged(CurStep: TSetupStep); var logfilepathname, logfilename, newfilepathname: string; begin logfilepathname := expandconstant('{log}'); // logfilename := ExtractFileName(logfilepathname); // RenameFile(logfilename,'Setup_Log.log'); newfilepathname := ...


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I use aptitude because it tracks dependencies and removes unused packages automatically. I also would like to know if Muon also tracks dependencies, but I have not found any info about this for now.


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Sublime Text highlights all the matches in the file by searching or just simply selecting the text.


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What do you mean with "it won't work"? Note that your [ -f "$fname" ] is testing the wrong directory; make it [ -f ~/Scripts/logs/"$fname" ].


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Here is a script. Provide the log file name as the first argument. This checks for any time over 350ms. If such a time is found, it sends email. #!/bin/sh logfile="$1" flag="$(awk -v RS=" " '$1 == "ms" && last > 350 {flag=1} {last=$1} END{print flag}' "$logfile")" [ "$flag" ] && mail you@host -s "Over 350ms Report for $logfile" ...


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No it is not. A computer does not store connection information anywhere apart from its non-volatile storage. It is however possible (to a certain extend) to retrieve that data from other sources which may include but are not limited to: Routers Gateways Proxy servers


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Here is one approach: #!/bin/sh n= while true do fname="trace$n.log" [ -f "$fname" ] || break n=$(($n+1)) done traceroute google.com >"$fname" The above loops through each potential name in turn, trace.log, trace1.log, trace2.log, etc. The first time that it finds a name which doesn't exist, it breaks out of the loop and runs your ...


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I've solved the problem this way: Search for the "MSComCtl2 DLL" and copy over the same path as the .vbp project. Then try to re-open the project. If this fail, register the file (in that path) usign RegSvr32. Work for me!


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In Cobain Backup I have found on occasion that I need to recreate the backup options in order for it to function correctly. Try adding these folders manually instead of a top tier folder if the above fails. Is this an automated or manual backup that kicks off? Do you have folder permissions that may limit these files from being copied? To find out right ...



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