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    I had a similar problem a few years ago. Arch...

    I had a similar problem a few years ago.

    Arch Linux Forums / What can I do to keep from having to power cycle my router?

    Updating the firmware on the router fixed it for me. Also, I've noticed...
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    I was under the impression they wanted to keep...

    I was under the impression they wanted to keep asymmetric encryption algorithms out of the kernel for performance reasons. To be honest, I'm not sure if they've added them or not but I know this was...
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    Telnet used to be used for remote access but it's...

    Telnet used to be used for remote access but it's woefully insecure. The connection between two endpoints is unencrypted so anyone who wants to can see what you're sending/receiving (including...
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    It looks like you might have a custom firewall...

    It looks like you might have a custom firewall built. The "ufw-user-input" chain is not one that comes standard on any Linux distribution, I think.

    Whatever the case may be, try adding this rule:...
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    You have to find where the java compiler was...

    You have to find where the java compiler was installed. The whereis command may be useful here. Once you locate javac, you'll want to put it into your path. For instance, my javac is located in...
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    The surest way to block a port is with iptables. ...

    The surest way to block a port is with iptables. Post the output of:

    /sbin/iptables -L
  7. All that line does is tell the interpreter which...

    All that line does is tell the interpreter which shell to use to execute the script. If you don't supply one, it will execute in your default shell (i.e. $SHELL).
  8. Are you in the J2EE perspective? Try this...

    Are you in the J2EE perspective?

    Try this.
  9. If you are in the same shell, you can use fg...

    If you are in the same shell, you can use fg %{job_id} to bring a job back to the foreground. The jobs command will show you what processes are owned by your current shell and the jobid to use when...
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    man strace. ltrace may also be of some use for...

    man strace. ltrace may also be of some use for you.
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    I've had similar frustrations. Somehow, the .NET...

    I've had similar frustrations. Somehow, the .NET component on my installation was corrupted and it's preventing me from installing Office (I've tried both the 2007 and the 2010 beta - get the same...
  12. Is there a reason you can't use the Up/Down...

    Is there a reason you can't use the Up/Down arrows to select which system you want to boot?
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    Is this full-screen app running on Windows? Have...

    Is this full-screen app running on Windows? Have you tried this? From the Synergy FAQ:
  14. The only thing I know of is jRPM...

    The only thing I know of is jRPM. Is there a reason you must do this in Java?
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    I saw Up in the Air over the weekend. It was...

    I saw Up in the Air over the weekend. It was great but I had heard it would be one of the favorites for the Oscars and I don't know if I understand that or would agree with it. Granted, I haven't...
  16. I don't have Vol. III but I do own Vol. I as we...

    I don't have Vol. III but I do own Vol. I as we used it in grad school for a Network Security course. So, I can't comment on the quality of the text, itself, nor can I comment on the amount of...
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    I had to revive this thread to mention a book I...

    I had to revive this thread to mention a book I just finished reading. In the First Circle by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn may have just jumped to the top of the list of my all time favorite books. It...
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    SSH allows you to execute a command in the...

    SSH allows you to execute a command in the connection string, e.g.:

    $ssh host -l username <your_command_here>
    See man ssh for more details. If you need the console to wait before quitting in...
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    The answer - as always - is "it depends." Most...

    The answer - as always - is "it depends." Most user-executable programs are located in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin. However, not all software is installed there. Some privileged programs are...
  20. Actually, what I think you want is ctime. What...

    Actually, what I think you want is ctime. What about this:

    find /opt/logs/ -name '*.log' -ctime -1 -print -exec tail -3 '{}' \;
    It gives you output like:

    /var/log/messages
    Oct 29 20:32:22...
  21. Try this: find /opt/logs/ -name '*.log' -atime...

    Try this:

    find /opt/logs/ -name '*.log' -atime -1 -exec tail -3 '{}' \;
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    Welcome to the forums and to Linux. Your...

    Welcome to the forums and to Linux.

    Your frustration is understandable and not uncommon among new users, especially when it comes to installing software.

    Unfortunately for you, Fedora believes...
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    Advanced Search

    Just wanted to say thanks for changing the bot detector on the advanced search from CAPTCHA to simple arithmetic. :D

    I could not, for the life of me, read some of those CAPTCHAs, had to refresh...
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    CTRL+O switches to the standard character set. ...

    CTRL+O switches to the standard character set. I'm not sure what CTRL+V does in this case.
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    It's odd but if you hit CTRL+V then CTRL+O then...

    It's odd but if you hit CTRL+V then CTRL+O then Enter, it will go back to normal (at least, it does for me).
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