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3670d103SE Linux and BIND9
DSA 1617-1 a security update from Debian says they forgot to update the SE Linux policy that would allow BIND9 to randomize its source ports... I always found SE Linux to be too complex for my needs, but now it turns...
3671d12Fool the Dutch nameserver check
.nl employs a system for registering a domain name that works as follows: you setup a zone you register the zone name .nl checks the zone from your nameservers if the zone is found to be OK, your name is registered if it...
3671d238Fool the Dutch nameserver check
.nl employs a system for registering a domain name that works as follows: you setup a zone you register the zone name .nl checks the zone from your nameservers if the zone is found to be OK, your name is registered if it...
3671d116Fool the Dutch nameserver check
.nl employs a system for registering a domain name that works as follows: you setup a zone you register the zone name .nl checks the zone from your nameservers if the zone is found to be OK, your name is registered if it...
3672d15Not thin, not thick, but lazy
I m trying to move my noisy server to the cellar I m left with the question how do I cater for my desktop computer needs. I would be nice to have a thin client, but then you have the problem that local devices do not...
3672d256Not thin, not thick, but lazy
I'm trying to move my noisy server to the cellar I'm left with the question how do I cater for my desktop computer needs. I would be nice to have a thin client, but then you have the problem that local devices do not...
3672d105Not thin, not thick, but lazy
I'm trying to move my noisy server to the cellar I'm left with the question how do I cater for my desktop computer needs. I would be nice to have a thin client, but then you have the problem that local devices do not...
3681d18teletext (NL) script
Small script which display teletekst pages from the Dutch teletext (or the Belgium, but I ve never used that). I m not the original author, but feel free to grab your copy. #!/usr/bin/perl # # Dit scriptje laat de NOS...
3681d245teletext (NL) script
Small script which display "teletekst" pages from the Dutch teletext (or the Belgium, but I've never used that). I'm not the original author, but feel free to grab your copy. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17...
3681d107teletext (NL) script
Small script which display "teletekst" pages from the Dutch teletext (or the Belgium, but I've never used that). I'm not the original author, but feel free to grab your copy. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17...
3681d18multihome setup in Linux
This is an older article that I ve brought back to live This was original written at the time of Linux 2.6.0 So be ware! update As it turns out, the script below never did work correctly (see the bottom of this page for...
3681d236multihome setup in Linux
This is an older article that I've brought back to live This was original written at the time of Linux 2.6.0 So be ware! update As it turns out, the script below never did work correctly (see the bottom of this page...
3681d119multihome setup in Linux
This is an older article that I've brought back to live This was original written at the time of Linux 2.6.0 So be ware! update As it turns out, the script below never did work correctly (see the bottom of this page...
3682d14Vim and GPG
This info can also be found on the Internet, but I thought I compile it here too. Problem You want to save something (say passwords) in a file and protect the file with a master password (say with your PGP/GPG key). This...
3683d248Vim and GPG
This info can also be found on the Internet, but I thought I compile it here too. Problem You want to save something (say passwords) in a file and protect the file with a master password (say with your PGP/GPG key)....
3683d111Vim and GPG
This info can also be found on the Internet, but I thought I compile it here too. Problem You want to save something (say passwords) in a file and protect the file with a master password (say with your PGP/GPG key)....
3686d18f()
You all, of course, know about the fc command. From bash s help system: fc: fc [-e ename] [-nlr] [first] [last] or fc -s [pat=rep] [cmd] fc is used to list or edit and re-execute commands from the history list. FIRST and...
3686d213f()
You all, of course, know about the fc command. From bash's help system: fc: fc [-e ename] [-nlr] [first] [last] or fc -s [pat=rep] [cmd] fc is used to list or edit and re-execute commands from the history list. FIRST...
3686d113f()
You all, of course, know about the fc command. From bash's help system: fc: fc [-e ename] [-nlr] [first] [last] or fc -s [pat=rep] [cmd] fc is used to list or edit and re-execute commands from the history list. FIRST...
3689d15XFCE to Xmonad and back again
Well, after giving Xmonad a chance I ve reverted back to XFCE. This time with a 1-pixel wide window decoration. Short story: I really like the tiling of Xmonad (or any other tiling window manager). But you do miss some...
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