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  1. Open Source Monitoring and Overlapping IP Space

    I'm faced with standing up an open source NMS and am deep into Zenoss Core. I'm evaluating distributed collectors that will be deployed behind a customer NAT/Firewall. Cool, this works. What if the...
  2. Geez this thread is old

    Geez this thread is old
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    rc-update delete [script] default and then just...

    rc-update delete [script] default and then just run them by calling the script yourself, or make a custom script to start the net and web when you need them.
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    Looks like the beginnings of a cool mod project

    Looks like the beginnings of a cool mod project
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    We all laugh in the face of mydoom! What doom?

    We all laugh in the face of mydoom! What doom?
  6. Thread: Postfix Problems

    by Radar
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    Cyrus is an IMAP server that postfix may be...

    Cyrus is an IMAP server that postfix may be trying to call. The Cyrus user is not known maybe because it is not installed or configured.
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    "How does encryption work?" is stuff to fill a...

    "How does encryption work?" is stuff to fill a whole book. But Non-expert answer to question 1 is that, while not impossible to crack encryption, on modern techniques it would be time prohibitive.
    ...
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    Those are the domain name service addresses of...

    Those are the domain name service addresses of your internet provider. They allow you to type www.google.com and go there rather than typing a number. If you have a running windows machine, look in...
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    If your plugged into a hub or router, make sure...

    If your plugged into a hub or router, make sure the NIC is set to autosense speed, or match it to the speed of the hub or router.
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    http://members.cox.net/wgoodric/img/prompt.bmp

    http://members.cox.net/wgoodric/img/prompt.bmp
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    You can just type startx.

    You can just type startx.
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    :p You are quite right.

    :p You are quite right.
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    Cron - I use this to run a script each day at...

    Cron - I use this to run a script each day at 8:00 am
    00 8 * * 0-6 /usr/users/wayne/daily.sh

    this one runs at 11:30pm each day
    30 22 * * 0-6 /usr/users/wayne/stars.sh man crontab for more...
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    If you have set up a mail server with IMAP, you...

    If you have set up a mail server with IMAP, you will not need fetchmail. You will use the client to connect at port 143 - not 110.. 110 is for POP mail.
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    Everything you've done seems sufficient. No need...

    Everything you've done seems sufficient. No need for your own DNS, since you have no-ip.com service.
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    use the private 192 address.

    use the private 192 address.
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    Start here...

    Start here for some initial learning. Do all the reading you can.

    To answer your questions, yes, you should update your system with new versions of your installed programs. And you will want to...
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    Yes they are Redhat provided backported patches...

    Yes they are Redhat provided backported patches in RPM format. For instance in 2.1AS, its kernel 2.4.9 erratas all the way up to 35 as of this week.

    Redhat Network allows you to manage all the...
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    https://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHE...

    https://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-3-Manual/sysadmin-guide/

    I would use ivh with a kernel so you can fall back to the old one if it pukes.
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    You may have both packages installed, but only...

    You may have both packages installed, but only one actually running, which is ok. Here is how you can find out what you have and what's running.


    [wayne@futur11 wayne]$ ps -ef | grep sendmail...
  21. Thread: postfix inq

    by Radar
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    FQDN...

    FQDN
  22. You can always try IPCOP...

    You can always try IPCOP or FreeSCO , both of which may be easier to set up your cards. It's worth the blank media and your time to try them. Something else to consider: Someone may be willing to...
  23. As "Telecom Manager", it's doubtful that you'll...

    As "Telecom Manager", it's doubtful that you'll do any real tech work. It's not to say that you won't make money, or be able to find a job. My feeling is that "Telecom Managers": Handle telecom...
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    Double check the number, and dial it from a...

    Double check the number, and dial it from a regular phone plugged into the handset port of the modem. If you get the crazy connection noise, you're ok. The modem should have worked. If you don't get...
  25. Thread: Bash Confusion

    by Radar
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    I think you have to source the /etc/bashrc in...

    I think you have to source the /etc/bashrc in ~/.bashrc

    # Source global definitions
    if [ -f /etc/bashrc ]; then
    . /etc/bashrc
    fi
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