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  1. [other] Re: Alternatives to Active Directory and Exchange

    From what I've seen, Zimbra and Kerios give you a good alternative to Exchange, and they are based on open source software. The licensing/support costs and features are very good. The AD...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Jaunty on G5 X Serve: DHCP SERVER HELP

    It's worth a shot. Hopefully libraries and stuff that the DHCP server relies on haven't changed too much between now and then. Have you considered just using Dapper? You will continue getting...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache Client Certificates

    I would recommend creating a certificate authority with OpenSSL. Generate certificates for each user you want to access, and import those certificates into their web browsers, as well as your CA...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need help changing metric

    You could create routes with the metrics instead. For example. a default route:

    route add default dev wlan0 metric 20

    Not familiar with the particular error message you're getting, maybe a...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Some websites don't load but show my localhost instead.

    It's possible the website messed something up on their authoritative name servers, and caching DNS servers now have a bad RR. Of course, this problem would eventually disappear as the caching...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need help changing metric

    Have to ask, did you restart the networking init script after you changed the metric in the interfaces file? What does route -n give you for the interface metrics?
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    [ubuntu] Re: ProFtpd vs. VsFtpd

    I've setup up both, and I'd say both take about the same amount of time...vsftpd has been easy to get running for FTPS and chroot in the past or me. But I agree, SFTP is the best way to go in nearly...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Tracking intruder

    The intruder must have gotten elevated privileges somehow. Who knows what else they did, probably would be best to just reinstall.
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    Re: credit cards and ratings

    I agree with you 100%. I didn't even know what my credit score was until I bought a house this year. I had happened to put a few hundred dollars on my credit card, which I paid off the same billing...
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    Re: credit cards and ratings

    @bodhi.zazen: I think there's a time and a place for credit, just like anything. Even with the drop in housing prices, in most places, you would have to save for a very long time to purchase a...
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    Re: Hold down "x" and hold your breath.

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    Re: Anyone find this Article odd?

    Exactly, they don't want enterprises to have an excuse to not use HyperV for VMWare. Microsoft is just doing what they have to, to take out VMWare.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server memory maintenance advice

    If you have /var mounted as tmpfs, then all the logs will be written to memory. Memory is a finite resource, and the behavior you are seeing is predictable, imo. I think a way to help you lower the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Tracking intruder

    Try taking a look in your auth.log file to see if they were brute forcing a login. Something I always do for internet facing servers that need SSH running is to install Fail2ban (there are other...
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    Re: Word association

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    [ubuntu] Re: Un-google-able connection issue

    This indicates that if all devices are on the same network, the Ubuntu box is not responding to arp requests. If the Ubuntu box is on a different subnet, then I would suspect arp cache corruption on...
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    [all variants] Re: Web Server Port 80

    HTTP is a clear text protocol, so they could detect this if they wanted to. They'll probably never notice. That is the technical answer. I would read the service agreement with them before doing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Un-google-able connection issue

    If you run the arp command on the other PC's after trying to connect, do you see an entry for your Ubuntu box?
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    [ubuntu] Re: DNS Problem??

    Are you mounting /etc to a NFS server? Maybe this was accidentally done. Try running the mount command without arguments and posting it here for us to get a better sense of that.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Windows seeing network

    For a Windows computer to see your Ubuntu PC through My Network Places, you'll need to install Samba on your Ubuntu PC. Then you'll be able to share out directories and printers (plus a lot more...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: stopping fsck from running at boot constantly

    To stop fsck on boot on a volume, edit /etc/fstab. The sixth column is where you configure that. Set the value to 0.

    Example:

    /dev/sda3 /var ext3 acl,user_xattr 1 0
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Need help with exchange rate project involving mysql/postgresql and PHP

    Instead of connecting to a database, how about a site that lists exchange rates? Google Finance's main page has a listing of some major currencies: http://www.google.com/finance

    You could use...
  23. Re: Dansguardian blocking innocent google searches

    We ran across this problem with Dansguardian as well. The fix is very simple, and disables Dansguardian from matching when Google's safe search is off. It will still match on weighted phrase...
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