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    I'm trying to disable my Linux firewall but every time I reboot it, it says it's enabled. Is there a way to disable it altogether? Thank you so much.

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  • Linux: Disable SSH login with passwords

    We're using Linux and I need to disable the SSH login with passwords for some of our users. However, I can't disable the login using certificate. How can I go about this?

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  • ColdFusion Application Error

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  • Block SSH Authentication on Linux

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  • Linux Root User Security

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  • How to create Linux GUI with Python

    I'm currently using Linux and I need to make a GUI with Python. What's the best way to go about this process? I know of Qt and GTK+ but I'm not sure how they work. Can I use an IDE that would allow me to do this? Or, one more question, should I just use another language?

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  • Linux LVM: Fdisk report is showing wrong partition type

    Our department just got several Linux LVM volumes and we recently noticed that fdisk reports that many of the disks are showing as partition type 83 and not 8e. Would this be an issue for us? Thanks!

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  • Linux security: Partition a box

    I recently purchased a new laptop and I'm thinking of installing Kali Linux it so I can learn more about network security. Can I partition a Linux box so it's resistant to any security risks? Thanks!

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  • Why should I use the Ubuntu Linux terminal?

    I just recently installed Ubuntu on my machine several days ago. From just getting used to it, it looks like the terminal is a huge part of the Linux distro. But should I be really using the terminal? Don't the commands go through the GUI anyway? Thanks for the help.

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  • How to correctly install SUSE Manager?

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  • Authentication token error message on Ubuntu server

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  • Linux Java application is using too much virtual memory

    In Linux, I have a Java application that's running. When the application starts up, it uses the maximum size (64 MB). And I have 240 MB of my virtual machine allocated to this application. But when I reach the heap limit, I keep getting an Out of memory error message. I have ran this same app in...

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  • Linux: Script that would change current directory to project directory

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  • Linux: Increase open files limit

    When I'm using Linux, I sometimes get this odd error message says I have too many files open. It says that I have a limit of 1024. IS there any way I can increase that?

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  • How to browse Yahoo mail

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  • SSH File Transfer Protocol – OpenSSH – AS/400 to TumbleWeed

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  • What is Linux backward compatible?

    Can you please tell me about Linux backward compatible? Does it create a security loophole?

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  • How do I check drive temperature using Linux script?

    I'm monitoring the drive temperature is a critical feature of server management, to ensure that the hardware provides capable performance. If the drives temperature exceeds the safe threshold limit, it may result in the drive to crash. So I’ll be pleased if someone help me out how I check the...

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  • Find entire path to program on Windows command line

    Our department has had a ton of path problems lately. One of our CMD scripts is hidden (usually by another program). Is there a way I can find the entire path to a program through the Windows command line? Something like the WHICH Linux command.

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