• Linux: Close 49200 socket out of TIME_WAIT state

    One of my programs on Linux keeps crashing on me. When I try to open it quick after it closes, I see it is listening on socket 49201 instead of 49200 (that's what it was in the first time). When I looked at Netstat, it shows that 49200 is a TIME_WAIT state. Can I force the socket out of this state?...

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  • Connect to SSH session that was disconnected

    Can I connect to a SSH session that was already disconnected? I'm having an issues with our network connection to a remote site. And to top it off, our department has been experiencing a number of disconnections because of lost packets while connected to our servers at the remote location. We have...

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  • How to move running Linux process to screen

    For my job, I have to sometimes connect to a Linux box using VNC. For the most part, I start the remote job on my console but it runs longer than I need it to be. Now, I don't want this running overnight just to my VNC session is open. Is there a way I can move the running remote job into my screen...

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  • Get size of Linux folders and subfolders

    I'm trying to get the size of my folders in a Linux file system. I've been using 1s -la but it's the giving me the summarized size. Is there a another command that would achieve this? Du only gives me the size of the sub folder. Can I get both?

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  • Tunnel network traffic through SSH

    When I'm using the Internet from public Wi-Fi, I always use a SSH tunnel so my traffic won't be sniffed. But I have too many applications that don't provide a way to specify a proxy. Can I use a tunnel for all network traffic from my computer?

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  • How do I test if a port is open on a remote system?

    A while back, I used telnet to check if a port on my remote post was open. But at my new job, the systems don't have telnet installed / all outbound connections to host are blocked. Does anyone know of a way to see if a port is open on a remote system? I'm using Linux. Thank you.

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  • Determine version of Linux I’m running

    How can I determine what version (most looking for distribution / kernel version) of Linux I'm currently running? Thank you

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  • Does Linux know if my passwords are similar?

    On my Linux machine, I'm trying to change the user password but when I tried to keep it similar to the old one, Linux said that they were too close. But how would Linux know that? Isn't the password saved as a hash?

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  • Constrain bandwidth on NIC in Linux

    Would anyone happen to know if I can throttle bandwidth on my NIC in Linux? I'm doing some testing and I need to simulate a slow connection. Thanks!

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  • Installing Sun Java SDK on Ubuntu

    In Ubuntu 11.10, I noticed it doesn't provide Sun Java SDK. Would anyone happen to know if I can install it? Thank you very much.

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  • Linux: Synchronize home folder between computers

    At my house, I have three computers. I need to have my /home/ folder tree synchronized between all three of them. So basically, any folder that's updated, will be updated in the other computers. How can I do this in Linux?

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  • linux / Windows server

    a network runing on workgroup networking. i want to install mail server on its.what is better option for me choose linux server or window server (AD).we have 100 user on my network please give me appro suggestion

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  • Mount hard drive to my Ubuntu desktop

    This weekend, I plugged in my external hard drive to my Ubuntu desktop. But the drive won't mount with write capability. Is there a way to do that? All I'm getting is read access. Thanks!

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  • Problem with ORA-01034 and ORA-271017

    I am running Oracle 11 on Linux Ubuntu 12.10. The database has been running well for a long time. Now, suddenly, when I or one of my applications tries to connect to the database, the database replies with ORA-01034 and ORA-27101.  I've tried most of the available suggestions, and either they...

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  • Linux: Less or more command with colors

    In Linux, when I'm trying to read a file with the command 'less' or 'more', is there a way to get my content with colors? Thank you.

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  • Connect direct failing to start on Red Hat

    I try to start connect direct as the root user by doing su connectd -c Etc. But it fails with the error cdstatm launch failure, exiting - anyone any ideas why this is. It works on my other servers. Root starts the service by doing su connectd -c and root should own the cdpmgr & cdstatm...

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  • Computer hardware architecture

    Can the D-Bus Architecture be 'superseded/replaced' by integrating a 'hardware-driven comm registry'[.NET] into IBM, Intel, et al processors. Microsoft "under the hood" as the communications/applications platform(?) I.e., Foundry manufacturing .NET hardware, and the .NET 'ports' into Linux{...would...

    LloydCata5 pointsBadges:
  • Access lists in Unix-like file systems

    What are the access lists in the Unix-like file systems

    donsollinger5 pointsBadges:
  • How to run a MP3 player including auto techniques using Unix commands

    We need a help with a MP3 player in latest terms in Unix and auto commands implementation knowledge related to the Unix\Linux operating system. I hope for good response. Thank you.

    smitak5 pointsBadges:
  • Linux: Copy-and-verify command

    I'm a photographer and I have all of my digital photos backed up in a few places. Most of the time, I use the CP command but I'm trying to find a better way. Could I use RSYNC in Linux? If not, what's a good copy-and-verify command in Linux? Thanks!

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