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Oct
16
comment DHCP server with multiple interfaces on ubuntu, destroys default gateway
what configuration do you have for eth1-eth4?
Oct
16
answered Cheap DIY proxy for friends in restricted countries
Oct
16
answered How to monitor and save every email from a POP mail account?
Oct
16
answered What is the fastest way to move a million images from one directory to another?
Oct
16
comment Difference default setting on iptables between CentOS 6.3 and Ubuntu 12.04
the last one: REJECT all -- anywhere anywhere reject-with icmp-host-prohibited
Oct
16
comment How to fix 0x800CCC0E Error Codes?
Did you look at this: productforums.google.com/forum/#!msg/gmail/tFsI9dJUCSM/… ?
Oct
15
comment Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
@DavidSchwartz Nevertheless, I got the intention to make a study on what exactly is going on with Win executables when our discussion just began, but now I extended it to see what exactly happens with executables in linux as well. Unfortunately, in former case I can only treat Windows as blackbox and the conclusion will be actually a guess, but for latter case I will see the source :)
Oct
15
comment Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
@DavidSchwartz In that way I can't delete a file at all. I can only unlink it. Then kernel will do a 'GC' and free the inode.
Oct
15
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Oct
15
comment Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
@ChrisInEdmonton Thanks, I tried :)
Oct
15
comment Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
@DavidSchwartz please see the update to my answer. Linux does allow me to unlink any file being executed provided I have enough permissions to delete that file.
Oct
15
revised Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
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Oct
15
comment Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
@ChrisInEdmonton Yes, but this I explained here: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/49299/…
Oct
15
comment Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
Hmm, why then any attempt to rename a regular file that is open for reading or writing fails?
Oct
15
answered Why can I rename a running executable, but not delete it?
Oct
15
answered Difference default setting on iptables between CentOS 6.3 and Ubuntu 12.04
Oct
15
answered VPN, PPTP or other means to connect to your private LAN through D-Link VPN enabled router from Internet?
Oct
15
comment Use regular connection for database connections and VPN for other connections?
First please describe the network topology you have as otherwise it is very difficult to give a useful advice
Oct
15
revised Permission Issues in Linux
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