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Sep
1
comment Utility to open TCP port to listen state
to the one downvoting - be so nice and leave a comment next time why you find this answer merits a downvote.
May
14
revised Identify files run at login and how to handle a new user environment on Linux
vbash trick with example
May
14
answered Identify files run at login and how to handle a new user environment on Linux
Mar
25
awarded  Revival
Mar
18
awarded  Yearling
Jan
5
reviewed Reviewed Concat 2 .mp4 files created with ffmpeg not working correctly
Dec
28
comment Is it possible to use an outgoing SMTP server from Laos?
:-) but wait, there's more - check out SSH option -D to fake a SOCKS firewall, tunneling most of your network traffice over the SSH connection
Dec
25
answered Is it possible to use an outgoing SMTP server from Laos?
Nov
14
revised Automatic Backups of material in DropBox?
elaborate on the "builtin" part of the question
Nov
13
comment Backup Dropbox to Amazon Glacier
+1 for seemingly having joined Superuser to answer the question related to your tool ;-)
Nov
13
answered Automatic Backups of material in DropBox?
Nov
12
comment Rsync fails for files that start with underscore when destination is zfs
how about answering your own question to give that answer?
Nov
12
answered scp certain files only
Aug
14
comment Multiple IP addresses through the same interface and iptables
layers = what components need to be there to make it work. Usually diagrammed as layers. I'm tempted to say re-hire the guy :-). Have a look at your ifconfig - where does the new IP end? Depending on the way it comes in (VLAN?) you may be ablw to test with a virtual interface, not a physical one. Have a look at ip, netstat and route, that shows you the route setup (this is where the route command comes in). Check iptables (if you use the firewall). Check QOS/throttling (tc et al).
Aug
14
reviewed Reviewed Multiple IP addresses through the same interface and iptables
Aug
14
comment Multiple IP addresses through the same interface and iptables
your description confuses me a bit. Could you please try to describe in more detail what you have in "layers" of stuff, and with the corresponding config file entries? What type of deployment? OS? Webserver? server instances? other dependencies? Have a look at httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/vhosts/ip-based.html for the Apache docs on IP-based virtual hosts (the glimpse of your config suggests something in that direction)
Aug
14
awarded  Custodian
Aug
14
reviewed No Action Needed Appending to non re-writable DVD
Aug
14
awarded  Informed
Aug
14
revised Where is the /proc folder on Mac OS X?
Point out that procfs is one of various ways to interface with the kernel