Tomasz Zieliński

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bio website pyconsultant.eu
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visits member for 4 years, 1 month
seen Apr 20 at 15:39

Feb
3
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
7
accepted zfs snapshot -r for a single, simple dataset?
Dec
7
answered How to make a redundant desktop system with daily snapshots? (Is btrfs ready for use?)
Dec
7
asked zfs snapshot -r for a single, simple dataset?
Dec
6
awarded  Teacher
Sep
21
accepted eCryptfs - is the wrapped password the only thing I need to decrypt encrypted files?
Sep
21
revised eCryptfs - is the wrapped password the only thing I need to decrypt encrypted files?
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Jun
23
awarded  Editor
Jun
23
revised eCryptfs - is the wrapped password the only thing I need to decrypt encrypted files?
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Jun
23
answered eCryptfs - is the wrapped password the only thing I need to decrypt encrypted files?
Jun
22
asked eCryptfs - is the wrapped password the only thing I need to decrypt encrypted files?
May
14
comment Why is the size of a directory always 4096 bytes in unix?
Thanks for the "space is not freed if files are removed" part. I restored a backup and wasn't sure why two otherwise identical directories had different sizes.
Jan
9
comment Gedit - how to set default encoding opening?
Great tip, thanks!
Feb
23
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
23
comment Debian - starting UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) before network interfaces are operational
Actually this fits ServerFault more than Superuser..
Feb
23
accepted Debian - starting UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) before network interfaces are operational
Feb
23
comment Debian - starting UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) before network interfaces are operational
Thanks again! I'm on Debian Lenny which doesn't have UFW in its repositories, so I have to install it manually. BTW I don't have any problems even without UFW because I only have two ports open, but I want to cut out all the sshd login attempts etc.
Feb
23
asked Debian - starting UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) before network interfaces are operational
Oct
12
accepted Ubuntu 9.04, Firestarter complaints even behind the NAT router
Oct
7
comment Ubuntu 9.04, Firestarter complaints even behind the NAT router
DMZ is disabled. So you say that the router itself can cause some traffic? Is there any reason why e.g. Skype causes such connections to occur much more frequently comparing to when Skype is off?