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    Re: apt-get dependency problems

    Cool, thanks guys. I'll try and find some time to work on it here in the next couple days. I really appreciate the help and I'll let you know what happens.
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    Re: dealing with arrays in bash files

    It's more of a "hack" to do something it's not designed to do. ARP is a cache but you can force a static entry into the table.

    On the Cisco ASA from configure mode it's the arp command:
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    Re: apt-get dependency problems

    Thanks for all the feedback. The sources.list file is formatted correctly, I'm not sure why it got messed up on the copy / paste and I get no errors when doing an apt-get update. Given that...
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    Re: apt-get dependency problems

    Thank you very much for the replies (and for adding the code tags). Below is the output as requested:

    I don't believe I've ever pointed it at any other repos or anything like that. I just did a...
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    apt-get dependency problems

    Hey everyone, I love the Linux cli and shell scripting... but I swear when it comes to dependency issues I just about want to rip my hair out. I've got an old desktop running Ubuntu Server 12.04.2...
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    Re: dealing with arrays in bash files

    +1 to what 1clue said. Also if the environment is fairly static with the workstations to network ports you can also enforce port security that will tie each port to a specific MAC. Violations can...
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