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Mar
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comment Swap partition won't mount!
BTW: swap partitions are not meant to be mounted...
Mar
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answered owner of a file should be user 'nobody' and group 'anybody'
Mar
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revised owner of a file should be user 'nobody' and group 'anybody'
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Mar
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comment speed up bash script by starting several instances in a for loop
Ah, good catch, I must have overlooked it. Thanks!
Mar
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revised speed up bash script by starting several instances in a for loop
Forgot a backslash for command line continuation.
Mar
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comment speed up bash script by starting several instances in a for loop
You're welcome :) Everyone starts somewhere - good luck!
Feb
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answered speed up bash script by starting several instances in a for loop
Dec
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comment iptables rules not dropping IPs
Quite common if you've been looking at something for too long :) Good luck!
Dec
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Dec
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answered iptables rules not dropping IPs
Dec
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revised iptables rules not dropping IPs
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Dec
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comment Find outr which IPs are from program and which IPs are from addons
@GuyHarris Actually I meant stracing the vmplayer process, not using strace for Windows. But since you mentioned it, I thought: I don't really know how vmware emulates network access. I assumed that it translates network calls made by guest OS to the host OS system calls, which I thought strace would be able to intercept. Is this not how this works?
Dec
5
comment How can I add integers in an array
It's also quite easy in Turbo Pascal.
Dec
5
comment How to redirect URL:PORT traffic to multiple external IP:Port?
I think clarifying the reason why you want to do this would help suggest an appropriate solution to your task. Is it for redundancy, high-availability, etc.? Perhaps a reverse proxy webserver would be better suited for the task?
Dec
5
comment Find outr which IPs are from program and which IPs are from addons
I think there's a small typo in the comment above - it should probably read: "There's no automated way to achieve this that I'm aware of" :)
Dec
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answered Find outr which IPs are from program and which IPs are from addons
Dec
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reviewed Reject Use sed on a string variable rather than a file
Dec
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comment Monitor visited websites of guest account through any browser
@ByteCommander I think you might have forgotten you asked me to move this answer from below question #699539 to this very question. Either way, moving on since it seems people prefer using a hammer to install a screw :)
Nov
30
comment AppArmor blocks logging set up through iptables for guest account - How to enable?
As per the OP's request - I've moved my answer to the linked question. I originally added it here, since this question isn't related to the resolution of the original problem. IP/TCP packet level information is not the place to look for URLs.