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Apr
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comment Allow non-root process to bind to port 80 and 443?
Thanks for the compliment. This is a great collection of concrete advice. +1.
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Feb
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comment Allow non-root process to bind to port 80 and 443?
What your proposing isn't considered best practice. You might look at inetd, which can listen on a privileged socket and then hand that socket of to an unprivileged program.
Feb
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answered Allow non-root process to bind to port 80 and 443?
Aug
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comment What is the general consensus on “Useless use of cat”?
Obligatory old shell-hacker comment: Bourne-style shells have supported the < file command ... since at least the mid-80s and probably as far back as the 70s when the original sh was written. More generally, i/o redirections are parsed left to right, and can be interspersed in any order within the command line. So, cmd <file arg arg... would also be valid.
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Aug
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answered How do I delete all the files that contain a certain string in a directory in UNIX?