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    Thanks for the reply. What is ssmtp? ...

    Thanks for the reply.

    What is ssmtp?

    Libpcap should already be installed..
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    Arpwatch & Postfix

    Does anyone know if postfix is compatible with arpwatch?

    Although arpwatch is doing it's job (by logging events), I'm not getting e-mail notices with these changes.

    I'm using Debian...
  3. Thread: Virtual printer

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    Virtual printer

    Does anyone know how to add a virtual printer with the command line? Basically, I don't have KDE or GNOME on my server and would like to keep it free from X.
  4. Thread: dnskeygen

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    dnskeygen

    Does anyone know how to use dnskeygen?

    I'm starting to understand the concept but here are a few things that are throwing me off.

    1. the options -z (zone), -h(host), -u (user), When is it...
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    db.root is located in /var/cache/bind as with...

    db.root is located in /var/cache/bind as with other zone files. /etc/resolv.conf points at itself.

    I know using forwarders is a better solution but I was doing this to see if it named was working...
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    DNS and Forwarding

    According to my readings, forwarders statement is used to lessen the load on a machine. If this statement is not present, I would think the root servers would be contacted where it would then contact...
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    Although I've never used a PowerPC based...

    Although I've never used a PowerPC based computer, I'd like to ask, is it that much better than Intel or AMD?

    The only conclusive result I can give here is that researchers seem to be more keen on...
  8. Thread: Backup

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    Forget what I originally posted. I'm looking...

    Forget what I originally posted.

    I'm looking for a simple program (w/GUI option if possible) that will backup some files on my workstation.
  9. Thread: SATA Migration

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    SATA Migration

    I plan to migrate on to SATA drives sometime soon (when there is ample time) and I would like to know if anyone can give me some pointers when I do this.

    From what I can think of at this point, I...
  10. Thread: Backup

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    I want to see what type of applications there are.

    I want to see what type of applications there are.
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    iptables doesn't save it's rules. To do this, you...

    iptables doesn't save it's rules. To do this, you need to use iptables-save and iptables-restore.

    I have this set so that each program is called at the appropriate runlevels.
  12. Thread: Backup

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    I'm trying to avoid scripting as a last solution....

    I'm trying to avoid scripting as a last solution.

    Is there anything popular software for Linux?
  13. Thread: Backup

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    I actually have arcserve at work. It's not a bad...

    I actually have arcserve at work. It's not a bad product.

    I suppose what I'm trying to achieve is overkill. The only thing I can think of at this time off the top of my head is possibly running...
  14. Thread: Backup

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    Backup

    Can anyone recommend a decent backup software that will run on both Linux and Windows?

    I'm really looking for some sort of software to run on my server while the agents will run on the...
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    I would recommend using a live CD such as Knoppix...

    I would recommend using a live CD such as Knoppix to see if that'll recognize your ethernet card first.
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    Can you run the command mount and post the result...

    Can you run the command mount and post the result using the code tags?
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    Re: Perplexing Problems

    OK?

    Are you trying to add exactly what you typed in to this file?

    If you can just sum up exactly what's going on here, that be helpful? From what I can make out, it looks like you are not able...
  18. Thread: silly problem

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    1. 'cd' and 'exec' are commands that are built-in...

    1. 'cd' and 'exec' are commands that are built-in to the shell. If you run the man pages on bash, it'll help you figure that out. As I'm on a Windows machine at this time, I don't know the command...
  19. Should work fine.

    Should work fine.
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    What type of modem are you looking to buy? I'd...

    What type of modem are you looking to buy? I'd suggest an external from U.S Robotics.

    You won't need to reinstall Ubuntu for this to work.
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    Try using Sarge instead of Woody.

    Try using Sarge instead of Woody.
  22. Thread: KDE 3.3 sound

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    KDE 3.3 sound

    Running Debian Sarge with KDE 3.3.

    If I don't have my laptop plugged in using the AC adapter, sound always fails.

    Any ideas?
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    What program are you using? Even though it...

    What program are you using?

    Even though it might be hard, you might want to just try the command line tools such as cdrecord. It's documented pretty well in www.tldp.org.
  24. Thread: CUPS

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    CUPS

    I have CUPS installed on one machine at home. How can I share this printer with other LINUX machines?

    I need to know how this is manipulated on both the client and server.
  25. Thread: Fonts (Sans)

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    Fonts (Sans)

    Does anyone know what the font "Sans" is? From what I can see, it looks like this is an alias for another font on the system. I would like to know how this works.
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