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I work for a small company in the Network monitoring area. 4xjY3WDrPYjT0OK5

Nov
23
awarded  Yearling
Nov
23
answered How do I artificially increase the latency for a device in my network?
Apr
21
awarded  Caucus
Apr
23
comment 'nice' does not work, even when using 'sudo'. “Permission Denied”
Yes, I'll add a little bit of applescript that can accomplish something similar
Apr
23
answered 'nice' does not work, even when using 'sudo'. “Permission Denied”
Apr
12
comment Prevent auto mounting Android sdcard under Linux Mint
I think it's gnome-volume-manager that needs to be killed/stopped to prevent the auto mounting.
Apr
10
answered UDP packets from kernel
Mar
28
comment truecrypt mounting through windows service
@CountMurphy When badly written services try to show dialogs, you get this message (it's a Vista and newer feature for security).
Mar
28
comment verifying checksum for an application
the mac has shasum
Feb
12
comment Libpcap Dropping Packets With Newer Intel NIC
InterruptThrottleRate=0,0,0,0 is the tunable to use (based on intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/sb/CS-032498.htm). Does tcpdump miss the packets? Have you checked interrupt allocation for the i350 driver?
Feb
11
comment Libpcap Dropping Packets With Newer Intel NIC
There's a bunch of interrupt coalescing code for the intel nic which can cause this problem as you're not being fed the packets in small enough chunks to process. Try setting the InterruptThrottleRate, RXIntDelay and RXAbsIntDelay (they're per port settings)
Feb
4
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
4
comment How can I extract a password-protected file a zip archive?
If it's old-style zip encryption there are several tools available to break the encryption, but if it's new-style (AES), then you're pretty much SOL without the password
Feb
4
comment How can I extract a password-protected file a zip archive?
Password protection operates on a file-level in a .zip archive, so each file can be protected or not by choice. zipinfo will show password protected files by displaying a capital letter in the file type e.g. B for encrypted binary files.
Feb
4
answered Cannot mount USB after unsafe eject
Feb
4
comment Cannot mount USB after unsafe eject
it sounds like the partition that was created is a cdrom-style file system. I've added an answer for reinitializing the device so that it can be used again
Feb
4
comment Cannot mount USB after unsafe eject
you can try sudo fsck /dev/sdb1 to check the file system
Feb
4
comment Disable XP SP2+’s FQP Requirement?
No, there is no way to turn off this security fix. Seriously, if you have apps that didn't use fully qualified paths for their explorer verbs then they deserve to be broken by this change.
Feb
4
awarded  Commentator
Feb
4
comment Cannot mount USB after unsafe eject
Always run fdisk on the raw device - so fdisk -l /dev/sdb. The file system may just need to be checked. If the drive has been partitioned, then you should run fsck on the partitions. This may get the drive to a point of being usable without needing to reinitialize it