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revised Programatically determine if an script is being executed on laptop or desktop?
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comment Programatically determine if an script is being executed on laptop or desktop?
+1 because it doesnt require root privileges. If you have root, dmidecode is probably the more reliable answer, but without it the revisted version her is useful.
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comment Programatically determine if an script is being executed on laptop or desktop?
Apparently my 4U IBM server with an APC SmartUPS plugged in over USB is a laptop. I certainly wouldn't want that thing on my lap all day! (ie, if it has a UPS plugged in and configured for shutdown/monitoring, that directory will exist)
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comment How to use a local DNS server with dd-wrt, and *not* use DNSMasq
@zaemz Be sure to reconfigure any dhcp servers to give out the windows server for dns.
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comment Is there a way to quickly disable all trusted root certificates in Windows 7?
+1 for actually writing the script I alluded to.
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comment Is there a way to quickly disable all trusted root certificates in Windows 7?
@zoli Just beware that some applications behave differently for a missing certificate than for one explicitly marked as untrusted.