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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Fail2Ban adds iptable rules but they are not working?

    No, not really. Your iptables -L output looks vastly different from anything I'm use to configuring. Also you didn't post all of it, that might have helped. My guess would be that it is matching that...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Fail2Ban adds iptable rules but they are not working?

    Please list your iptables rules with:

    iptables -L
  3. Thread: iptables

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    [SOLVED] Re: iptables

    You should be able to simplify this rule:


    $IPT -A INPUT -s 192.168.1.0/24 -d 192.168.1.15 -p icmp -m state --state NEW --icmp-type echo-request -j ACCEPT
    $IPT -A OUTPUT -p icmp -m state --state...
  4. [all variants] Re: Any body got some nice iptables firewall scripts?

    Ingress/Egress Firewall for a workstation. This allows the workstation to lookup domain names and browse the internet, but does not allow any incoming traffic except for traffic related to our...
  5. Thread: Iptables query

    by dfreer
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    [ubuntu] Re: Iptables query

    Note that the default policies for each chain is not reset using just this command. To set them you will want to run the following (replace ACCEPT with DROP as needed):

    iptables -P INPUT ACCEPT...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Kill several jobs in one command?

    Actually I had to read your post a little better. You could do a:

    killall info
    killall man

    And it should kill all processes of the name 'info' or 'man'.
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    [SOLVED] Re: C program compier gives wrong results

    Your logic is wrong. When using || (logical OR), if either of your conditions equals true, the whole expression is equal to true. Consider the following:


    in = y

    (in != y) = False
    (in != Y) =...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Kill several jobs in one command?

    Is this what you are trying to accomplish?

    killall jobs
  9. [all variants] Re: Some clarifications regarding NOPASSWD in sudoers

    1. Sort of. The idea is that members of the group admin (some distros use the wheel group I believe), have the ability to use sudo after authenticating themselves with their own password, and have...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to ssh from an external location

    I use DynDNS to always know my current external IP address. The idea is that you install a client (ddclient I believe is in the repositories), which will periodically contact the DynDNS servers with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Runaway Outgoing port 123 connections

    You can do this:

    ps aux | grep cron | grep -v grep
    And it will show lines that have cron in them but omit lines that also contain grep.

    EDIT: Nevermind I see I was too late to the party.
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    [SOLVED] Re: IPtables Script Import Order

    You are using -I instead of -A to insert your rules. -I is an insert command, -A is append. Rules are being inserted at the beginning of every chain, instead of being appended to the end of the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: cannot change file permission with sudo

    It could also be that the filesystem has been mounted read only, will have to wait for OP to confirm.
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    [ubuntu] Re: cannot change file permission with sudo

    That would be the same command that the OP has already tried. Based on the output, no suid or guid bits have been set.
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    [ubuntu] Re: cannot change file permission with sudo

    Is it immutable?

    lsattr ./setup.py
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    [ubuntu] Re: sudo not asking for admin password

    It sounds like the OP is trying to create the following enviroment: Have a user with limited rights be able to login with no password. Then, when the user needs to be able to perform administrative...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Accessing file via openssh

    The newest version of openssh has built-in chroot functionality to restrict SFTP users to their home directory. This would keep them out of other parts of the filesystem. You would have to turn it on...
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    [SOLVED] Re: help to recover my login password

    I'm not really sure why you would include this command. All this does is update the locate database used for searching the file system. It has nothing to do with passwords.
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Yet another root/sudo thread - sudo cd lost+found

    Yes, that link is correct.

    If you really want to explore your filesystem, use a root session as mentioned in that link and then browse away with root permissions.
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    Re: convert ECM to ISO for PCSX to read

    Did the above instructions help you get your game running? Just wondering...
  21. Thread: bsnes problems

    by dfreer
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    Re: bsnes problems

    What package did you use?

    Also, although bsnes is able to play some NES games, NES support is just for fun as of now. Where bsnes excels is with SNES games, where it is the most accurate emulator...
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    Re: Recommend a PS3 game?

    Shadow of Colossus / ICO HD remake bundle.

    EDIT: Dunno about the rating, it should be fairly tame.
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    Re: pSX emulator crashes on start

    Run the emulator from the commandline, and post any output. Also, run the ldd command against the binary:

    ldd ./pSX
  24. [SOLVED] Ingress/Egress iptables Stateful firewall, ideas appreciated!

    I've just been wanting to share/discuss/improve my knowledge on iptables firewalls, so if you have any comments, critisms, or just ideas please comment.

    Basic locked down workstation firewall....
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    Re: convert ECM to ISO for PCSX to read

    It looks like the problem you are experiencing is failure to correctly use the command line and filesystem. This isn't bad, just inexperience like you have stated.

    For starters, it appears that...
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