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comment Checking open ports on a netgear router
SFTP and FTPS are not the same thing. FTPS is essentially SSL wrapped FTP and is fraught with all of the same networking issues as traditional FTP. Perhaps I shouldn't have assumed that the op is using the correct terminology.
Mar
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comment Checking open ports on a netgear router
This question isn't 100% clear. Are you connecting to a remote site? Or are people have problems connecting to a site you are hosting? If you are connecting to a remote site, have you tried active and passive? Is your FileZilla up to date? Have you tried any other clients?
Mar
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answered Checking open ports on a netgear router
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comment How do I integrate GPG with alpine?
Wayback machine to the rescue: web.archive.org/web/20131221175352/http://www.hackorama.com/…
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Feb
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comment Is chmod 060/006/066/etc… useful?
The command is useful to implement the bit mask. You seem to be asking (but not really asking) if there is a situation wherein that specific permission configuration is useful. Is that really what you are looking for?
Feb
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answered How to bypass proxy for a domain exept when it starts with WWW
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Feb
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comment How to bypass proxy for a domain exept when it starts with WWW
Been a long time since I've looked at IE proxy settings. Any chance that split horizon DNS is the better way to handle this?
Feb
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comment How to bypass proxy for a domain exept when it starts with WWW
Is this a change you are looking to make on the client machines (for example in IE Internet Settings), or on the proxy side? If it is client side, what browser? If it is server side, what proxy?
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answered Why don't laptop and desktop screens have the same ppi as phones?
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answered Cleaning up a text file with a variety of CR and LF line breaks
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comment Store the output of date and watch command to a file
Correct. I wrote what I had on a Mac, where watch isn't available out of the box, and opted for the portable solution. Yours is much simpler.