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    [ubuntu] Re: FTP server behind firewall

    I've just checked that ports 20 and 21 are open on my public IP: I've changed the ssh service to listen on those ports(after clearing out all iptables rules), one at a time, and logged in from the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: FTP server behind firewall

    Don't think that of any use because, besides the lo, I have only one interface on all computers.
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    [ubuntu] Re: FTP server behind firewall

    Yup, I have some services working for some time now... Beside some sites, I can also access the firewall through ssh.
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    [ubuntu] Re: FTP server behind firewall

    Don't know if this is important, but most of the guides assume a rather different setup than the one I have here:

    - normally I see guides where the firewall machine has 2 interfaces, one connected...
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    [ubuntu] Re: FTP server behind firewall

    I tried to do a


    $ ftp PUBLIC_IP


    But I get a:
    "ftp: connect: Connection timed out"

    after some seconds...filezilla shows the same behaviour.
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    [ubuntu] Re: FTP server behind firewall

    I've done this:



    sudo iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -i eth0 --dport 20 -j DNAT --to 192.168.23.5:20
    sudo iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -i eth0 -d 192.168.23.5 --dport 20 -j ACCEPT
    sudo...
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    [ubuntu] FTP server behind firewall

    Hi, I have a problem, and I'm hoping you can help me :)

    I've set up freeNAS on a machine inside our private network. FTP is enabled and I confirmed it is working for any machine inside the private...
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    [ubuntu] Re: wicd: wireless networks disappearing

    Same issue here.
    Upgraded from 9.04.

    Have always been working with wicd and connecting to a hidden network at work and a normal at home. Everything worked just fine.
    With Karmic, I always get...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache configuration files

    I found the answer.

    Unfortunately, in /etc/apache2/conf.d/ was already a file, named "security" which defined the directive:

    ServerTokens Full

    So, my config file must have been read first,...
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    [ubuntu] Apache configuration files

    Hi.

    I'm tying to understand apache2 configuration files. The thing is that I need to disable the the server identification in http responses.

    So I decided to include the directive:
    ...
  11. [ubuntu] Gitosis and Gitweb integration: authentication

    Can anyone explain to me if there is some kind of options in Gitosis that can help me to implement user authentication when accessing gitweb listed repos?

    Or must this be totally achieved by...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Web development, git, and file permissions

    If incron can't monitor subdirectories, than it's not really what I'm am looking for...:/

    I was now thinking of trying a post-update git hook...but I think it will need root privileges ...right ?...
  13. [ubuntu] Web development, git, and file permissions

    Hi.

    I am posting to see what's the common approach in my situation:

    - I am doing web development wit git behind it, and in my pc I have Apache configured with userdir mod. My local repo is in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GIT and webserver

    After some research, I have seen that git does not store files when the repo is created with --bare.

    I've also read that gitosis expects bare repos, so it's not a good idea to change to normal...
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    [ubuntu] GIT and webserver

    Hi.

    I've just created a remote GIT repo, using Gitosis. The remote machine is also running a webserver.

    So, I'm now able to pull and push things there...

    The thing is that, remotely, GIT...
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    Re: gcc malloc alternative, virtual memory

    Not messing with malloc...
    It's a project to learn OpenMP, make some performance tests...we're using the matrix multiplication as test case...
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    Re: gcc malloc alternative, virtual memory

    You are all obviously right...it was a stupid question.:oops:
    I was dealing with huge numbers, I just didn't took the time to look at the numbers....
    Sorry.

    Anyway, I did not know that malloc...
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    Re: gcc malloc alternative, virtual memory

    Ok...

    then, let me explain a practical case:
    I need do allocate space for a matriz, of nxn:

    malloc(n * n * sizeof(double))

    The thing is that for "small" n (10000 for example) this works...
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    gcc malloc alternative, virtual memory

    Hi.

    Malloc allocates memory in the heap, right?

    The thing is that this has some limitations in size, so I was wondering if there is some alternative so that I could allocate memory that...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Swap suddently increasing after updates?

    Well, I have solved my problem a few days ago.
    Unfortunately, I can't say what was the solution:
    - my first attempt was to lower even more the 'swappiness'. I changed it from 20 to 10;
    - my...
  21. Re: Preparing for jaunty upgrade and ext4. Advice.

    Thanks a lot for the tip! :D

    ...and besides the permissions, there isn't any other problem?
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Swap suddently increasing after updates?

    I was wrong. It had nothing to do with thunderbird!

    I simply don't know what's going on. I had my computer turned for a few hours, 3 or 4 hours, with only a terminal open, and my swap was used.
    ...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Swap suddently increasing after updates?

    Yes, I understand that. Where I was trying to get is that, after a year working on a machine with a given configuration, you start to know the behaviour you should expect. On my machine, which I use...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Swap suddently increasing after updates?

    I haven't been using anything "heavy". And my system performance does not seem degraded. Maybe it's nothing to worry.
    But I really found this strange, 'cause I have this system set up for one year,...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Swap suddently increasing after updates?

    Does wine runs in any form (daemon or something...) without us directly calling some wine app?
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