running a script against all of them, but don't want the script to
just pause at the password prompt, then specify the
ssh -o PreferredAuthentications=hostbased,publickey
I couldn't get the PasswordAuthentication=no option to work, so the
above saved me
(Usually C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone\Skype.exe )
skype.exe /datapath:"Data" /removable
Swap Space and the TMPFS File System
The TMPFS file system is activated automatically in the Solaris environment by an entry in the /etc/vfstab file. The TMPFS file system stores files and their associated information in memory (in the /tmp directory) rather than on disk, which speeds access to those files. This results in a major performance enhancement for applications such as compilers and DBMS products that use /tmp heavily.
If you are close to running out of swap space, you can use your compiler's TMPDIR environment variable to point to a larger, real directory.
Using your compiler's TMPDIR variable only controls whether the compiler is using /tmp or not. It has no effect on other programs' use of /tmp.
server$ Use 'exit' to logout
server$ set -o | grep ignoreeof
server$ set +o ignoreeof
server$ set -o | grep ignoreeof
server$ hit cntl-D
Sends keystrokes to putty windows. Filters allow selection of putty sessions/windows to which the commands are sent. You can exclude/include and use wildcards in the filter. I don't think it supports regular expressions other than * and ? Allows arrow keys, control characters, and a lot more.
Be real careful when using this, experiment first on lab systems.
create a "template" putty session with all the settings you want. go into the registry and export the session: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SimonTatham\PuTTY\Sessions\session_name
put a list of machine names in test.txt
then in dos:
for /f %a in (test.txt) do type m.reg | sed -e 's/Template_NAME/%a/g'>> all.reg
These sessions can then be used in putty session manager or any of the other putty related tools.
Specifically it can be an issue on EMC Celerra NAS servers, but there's a way to change it:
To change this behavior you can change the Celerra server parameter, rstchown to 0, the default is 1.
Here's a copy someone posted: http://www.scribd.com/doc/6116381/Celerra-Network-Server-Parameters-Guide-5639-A03
Sets restricted file ownership.0 = Allow the owner of a file to change the file ownership or group ID to any other owner or group because chown and chgrp follow the less restrictive POSIX semantics.1 = Allow only the superuser to change the owner of a file. The current owner can change the group ID only to a group to which the owner belongs.This parameter applies to NFS, but not to CIFS.
from: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/general-discussion/28841-how-test-alfa-awus036h-500mw-1w.html (forums appear to be down now)
The Alfa 1000mW(1W) has a 1 in cased in a circle stamped on the front the 500mW does not
shine light on LED, the PCB will be blue
if adding a secondary IP once APA is already running: bind it to the APA PPA (lan900) as follows:
ifconfig lan900:1 126.96.36.199 255.0.0.0 up
Best description of the ip_strong_es_model tunable via this ITRC link: http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?admit=109447626+1267461248860+28353475&threadId=1126880
ip_strong_es_model is used when you want to configure multiple, physical NICs in the same IP subnet, and/or want the functional equivalent of per-source IP routes.
and to skip iso check use the /noisocheck or /n switches on truecrypt or mount the ISO using a virtual cd driver
contents of first link:
Here is how:
1. Format your USB stick from Windows: FAT, Quick, Default Allocation Size.
2. Download Grub4DOS from: http://download.gna.org/grub4dos/
Choose latest version. Here is the one I got: http://download.gna.org/grub4dos/grub4dos-0.4.4-2009-06-20.zip
3. Download Grub Installer from: http://download.gna.org/grubutil/
Choose latest version. Here is the one I got: http://download.gna.org/grubutil/grubinst-1.1-bin-w32-2008-01-01.zip
4. Extract them on your hard disk. Run: grubinst_gui.exe
5. Click DISK. Choose your USB stick. Go 2 boxes down and click REFRESH. On the PART list, choose "WHOLE DISK (MBR)". Make sure everything else is unchecked below.
If it says something about --skip-mbr-test, type: "--skip-mbr-test" without quotes in EXTRA box.
Click INSTALL. DOS box should pop up and tell you it transfered MBR.
6. Copy: file "grldr" from your extracted files to your USB stick.
7. Create a text file in the root of your USB stick and name it: menu.lst
title TRUECRYPT RESCUE DISK
find --set-root /tc.iso
map --mem /tc.iso (hd32)
map (hd0) (hd1)
map (hd1) (hd0)
And save the file.
8. Copy TrueCrypt Rescue Disk (the iso you created during system encryption) to root of USB and rename it to: tc.iso
If you don't have the iso, go to TrueCrypt program: SYSTEM > CREATE RESCUE DISK... Follow hte prompts and copy that file to USB and rename it to tc.iso
That is all.
I got two charges for sending over 30 pages ($10 in overages). When I went to cancel, they said they'd only refund the normal fee ($10).
Decide for yourself if it's worth dealing with a company that isn't up-front with their terms......
rm -rf /var/ECC
cd /usr/ecc/exec && rm -f *.COMFILE *.comfile *.uid *.port *.lck
Navisphere agent / Naviagent fix:
stop naviagent and delete HostIdFile.txt:
/sbin/init.d/agent stop ; rm /etc/log/*