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Jun
29
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
28
asked Ghostscript — Stay In Interactive Mode
Jun
24
answered Symlinks over SSH: Why am I unable to access files/directories in parent directory if traversal to current directory was through a symlink?
Jun
22
asked nagios: machine is down until further notice
Jun
15
answered Subnetting Difficulty
Jun
1
answered NTP doesnt sync my time
May
29
comment Check if any two files in a directory are identical?
What version of uniq are you using? I cannot find one that has the --group option.
May
26
answered NTP - ntpq -c peers showing incorrect stratum for peers
Apr
29
comment Shut down computer using ssh
This doesn't sound like a linux problem. This sounds like a hardware problem that your machine refuses to shut down after receiving the shutdown command. What is Plymouth?
Mar
13
awarded  Commentator
Mar
13
revised How can I disable FTP access for users
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Mar
13
comment How can I disable FTP access for users
The correct file name is /etc/ftpusers. Sorry about that.
Mar
11
comment How can I disable FTP access for users
If adding the username to that file deactivates FTP access, then removing the username from that file would reactivate FTP access.
Mar
11
answered How can I disable FTP access for users
Feb
17
answered I accidentally performed chmod 777 -R /
Jan
28
answered YouTube doesn't play videos using HTML5 in Firefox 35 anymore
Jan
14
comment Prevent user typing accidental space between rm and wildcard
Your "remove" alias will never remove more than one file at a time. You cannot use a wildcard, because the shell expands it before the command sees it.
Jan
12
comment Why bother stopping 'root' from ssh login?
Which account name am I more likely to guess? "root" or "amdhske" ?
Jan
9
comment tripwire should ignore /etc when /etc/ntp.drift is the only change
Thanks for the tip. That makes a lot more sense for several reasons. I'm trying that out now.
Jan
5
asked tripwire should ignore /etc when /etc/ntp.drift is the only change