I need to find out what the kernel block size is from vmstat output. I am specifically looking for kernel block size as defined in Block devices and block sizes. There it says all Linux blocks are currently 1024 bytes, but this is not true for old kernels.
Is there a command I can use to view the kernel block size?
I have a request to block any incoming connections from a block of IP addresses but they would like to leave the outgoing traffic alone (no block). Is there a way to do this in Windows XP? The Windows Firewall does not seem to be able to do this as far as I can tell, and I tried setting a local ip security policy (secpol.exe) to block this IP range but it blocks in both directions.
if that's dirrected at me, then yes you can copy and paste each block, one line at a time (except in the create usb where XY have to be raplaced), the fist block is creating the usb, second block is in the live usb shell, the third block is in the chroot enviroment (here is where you install the rest of the system too)