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  1. [ubuntu] Re: server hardening - network /etc/sysctl options

    Anyone who can point me in a semi right direction?
  2. [ubuntu] Re: server hardening - network /etc/sysctl options

    Anyone who can point me in the right direction?

    I have checked
    man sysctl
    man sysctl.conf

    And cant find neither the options or that the refer other man pages that could have the information.
  3. [ubuntu] server hardening - network /etc/sysctl options

    I am currently looking to how i can harden my Ubuntu server 16.04 installation and have come across several sites that
    suggest the following



    Some of the options can be read from...
  4. [ubuntu] raspberry pi "router" / firewall, keep loosing public connection

    Hi all

    I have configured a RaspberryPi V1 to be a super simple "router" and firewall (shorewall) as test.

    It all works as expected, execpt that every 10 minutes or so the connectivity from the...
  5. [kubuntu] Re: How to increase security on a public/shared wifi connection

    What is exactly the question.

    Do you need to connect to shared WiFi connections outside in the big blue world, or do you share a hot-spot others connect to and you want to secure the guests from...
  6. [ubuntu] Install ubuntu desktop 15.10 or 16.04 LTS

    I am trying to install Ubuntu 15.10 or 16.04 LTS (tried both) desktop on an Acer Aspire E15 in UEFI mode (also tried legacy mode).
    But when i arrive at the menu where i can select "Erase disk and...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: sequel database on NFS (other) bad practice?

    What if this is not possible and you need to split up the application and SQL server?

    Lets say that the application itself has so much work, that the resource overhead for also doing SQL on the...
  8. [ubuntu] sequel database on NFS (other) bad practice?

    Hi all

    Recently i fell across different articles that said that having a sequel data directory on a NFS with a single client, ISCSI / other is bad practice.

    But none of these articles dive into...
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    [ubuntu] Re: vnstati import from vnstat

    @Vergo Thanks for the reply!!
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    Re: Bash, find and delete files (help)

    Thanks for the reply @SeijiSensei
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    [ubuntu] Get user expiration (boolean?)

    When using the command

    chage -l username

    its possible to get the date for when the user password is going to expire, but is their a command in linux (ubuntu) that is able
    to tell as a yes / no...
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    Re: Bash, find and delete files (help)

    Thanks for the reply!

    I create the backups already with rsync and a series of options (no --delete since i dont need).

    For those who are interested.

    I decided to create a small Java snippet...
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    Bash, find and delete files (help)

    Hi all

    As many others i have created my own backup solution (Bash) for a tailored system, which works just as expected.
    Now i've reached the stage that i also need to delete unwanted backups and...
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    [ubuntu] vnstati import from vnstat

    Hi all

    is it possible to make a dump from vnstat --dumpdb on one machine and import this into vnstati on another machine to create the summary image?
    I cant see anything about this in the man...
  15. Re: Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ?

    You don't have permission to access /newthread.php on this server.

    Programming & Development -> Programming talk (new thread)

    Cant do the date command, not on Linux.
  16. Re: Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ?

    Deleted, see below post
  17. [ubuntu] Re: iptables rule selection + new,related connections

    anyone? :)
  18. [ubuntu] iptables rule selection + new,related connections

    Hi all

    I have two questions i hope someone can help me with

    #1 Does iptables use the first rule that fulfills a criteria, or does iptables read all the rules and select the most specific?

    #2...
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    [ubuntu] IPsec NAT and iptables

    Hi all

    I am fiddling around with two IPsec GW's in a test environment and ran into a issue.

    The issue i ran into is that my "local" IPsec GW is on 172.16.5.5/32, the "remote" IPsec GW is on...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: rsync, file increase after transfer XFS - EXT4

    -H, --hard-links preserve hard links

    Faceplam
  21. [ubuntu] Re: rsync, file increase after transfer XFS - EXT4

    Thanks!

    So i ran the filesystem specific commands, to get info about their setup.

    EXT4 (destination)


    sudo dumpe2fs /dev/xvdb1 |grep -i "size"
  22. [ubuntu] rsync, file increase after transfer XFS - EXT4

    Hi all

    I am trying to transfer a series of files from one system to another, but when i do this the file size at the destination increase to above 2T (destination) from 1.4T (source).
    And i don't...
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    [ubuntu] Cheap home server - Hardware suggestions

    Hi all

    I am in the process of looking for hardware to make a cheap (low powered) home server to run Samba (mirror software raid disks) along with gitlab for my work files.

    I am thinking of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 15.10 and six monitors?

    Thanks Qlll ! I really appreciate the feedback.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 15.10 and six monitors?

    EyeInfinity and display ports question.

    When you buy a GFX card that has two display ports, but allow six monitors to connect. How does that work, anyone?
    Do you daisy chain the monitors, 3x...
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