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  1. Authenticate Linux Against Microsoft Active Directory

    Hi all. I have Googled this topic to death and pulled in every resource I know. My company has about 200 Linux servers (RHEL 6.7) that we want to authenticate against Microsoft Active Directory (AD.)...
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    LDAP Query On Solaris

    I know Linux pretty well and I just took a job where I thought knowing LDAP on Linux would be enough to help me with Solaris. Boy, was I wrong. I have been tasked with creating an LDAP query to...
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    Firefox Conundrum

    My company's security guy is finding Firefox installed on servers and it's not allowed. I deleted all instances of both the word Firefox and the word Mozilla. if I do a find / -iname "firefox"...
  4. I would also add that RHEL 5.1 is pretty old....

    I would also add that RHEL 5.1 is pretty old. CentOS is really a better way to go.
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    If you open a terminal and type ifconfig, what...

    If you open a terminal and type ifconfig, what are you getting for an IP address?
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    Here's my advice: Move to someplace where...

    Here's my advice: Move to someplace where technology is king. I live in Austin, TX. The longest I've ever been unemployed here is a week. I have a solid mix of contracting and salaried work. Now...
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    Would Filezilla (http://filezilla-project.org/)...

    Would Filezilla meet your needs?
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    Have you tried CentOS? I know it's a server...

    Have you tried CentOS? I know it's a server distro but still... See the link: http://www.centos.org
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    I've been so busy, I haven't had time to post. I...

    I've been so busy, I haven't had time to post. I still love this forum, though.
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    https://localhost:10000/ should work as well.

    https://localhost:10000/ should work as well.
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    Restaurant For Windows Users

    I think we need to give this pizza place a good email campaign to protest over one of its menu choices. Please see the pizza named "The Redditor" read the ingredients carefully. Here is the link:
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    Try Ubuntu: http://www.ubuntu.com. It dual boots...

    Try Ubuntu: http://www.ubuntu.com. It dual boots rather nicely.
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    I work for a company that requires us to manage...

    I work for a company that requires us to manage bank account numbers, credit card numbers and Social Security numbers. We have to pass security audits every quarter and we always pass. Oh and we use...
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    Well OK Then...

    So, if you have your heart set on literally faxing, we're back to internet faxing as the best way to do it. Once again, let me suggest:

    http://www.smartfax.com
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    OK, would a scanner and GPG not let you scan...

    OK, would a scanner and GPG not let you scan these documents securely? You could scan them to a file, encrypt them and either upload them to a secure site (SFTP) or send them via email with a key.
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    If you're talking faxing through an analog modem,...

    If you're talking faxing through an analog modem, you are talking about very old technology. I would suggest you investigate an internet faxing solution. I use the following:
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    In a word: Blackberry. Sorry, I love Linux but I...

    In a word: Blackberry. Sorry, I love Linux but I have to stay loyal to the original and most corporate friendly smartphone.
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    Here's my take on this: My router is a hardware...

    Here's my take on this: My router is a hardware firewall and I have it locked down pretty tight. For my internal network, I don't care about security between my wired devices. Now, for my laptops, I...
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    Joe, things will work out. When you're ready,...

    Joe, things will work out. When you're ready, come back. We techies have a way of rebounding. I'm been in your shoes (more than once.) Hunker down, get healed, get your resume out there and you'll be...
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    I accidentally deleted my post, not thinking I...

    I accidentally deleted my post, not thinking I read the original question correctly. Again, what about Putty or Winscp?
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    A quick Google led me to this: ...

    A quick Google led me to this:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1603125
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    Oh, I know. I'm trying to force best practices on...

    Oh, I know. I'm trying to force best practices on them. Slowly but surely, I'm getting there. The problem is, the guy I replaced was Windows only and the Linux servers got neglected. I'm a hybrid, I...
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    JohnT, Yes, I know it is very out of date. I...

    JohnT,

    Yes, I know it is very out of date. I warned people here about this. Believe me, I knew this was a bad thing. However, I seem to be the voice crying in the wilderness. As for your question,...
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    Hack Attempt?

    I tried googling around to see if I could find anything on this but no luck. One of our developers found this on one of our production Linux servers at work. It's RHEL 4.5 (yes, I know it's old but...
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    Agreed. I would install CentOS: ...

    Agreed. I would install CentOS:

    http://www.centos.org
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