Problems mounting external USB NTFS hard drivesview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I'm running Arch 64 bits with XFCE and no display manager (currently using bash_profile method for starting XFCE). (HowTos)

Best way to manage custom ports in SELinuxview story

http://serverfault.com – On RHEL 6.2, we're using httpd on a host as a front-end proxy for Tomcat on another host, and we also have mod_status configured to listen on a non-standard port to provide status info to a monitoring tool. (HowTos)

FIPS "single-user mode" requirement in Microsoft Windowsview story

http://serverfault.com – In many FIPS 140-2 certificates, Windows must be placed into FIPS 140 mode as well as run in "single user mode". I am familiar with the local/group policy objects to enable FIPS mode. However, "single user mode" is almost always written in quotations (as I have done). (HowTos)

[SOLVED] OpenVPN can authenticate but not communicateview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have an OpenVPN server and I can connect to it just fine but I can not communicate with any other hosts on the network including the server. I can't ping from the server to an OpenVPN client, I can't ping from an OpenVPN client to the OpenVPN server, I can't ping from OpenVPN client to OpenVPN client or from OpenVPN client to normal LAN host and vise-versa. (Hardware)

How can i disable download from all browsers using group policy for domain users in windows server 2008 R2 Standard Edition?view story

http://serverfault.com – We have using Windows server 2008 R2 edition. I need the group policy for disable download option for domain users. Anyone please let me know the policy settings. Thanks in advance. (HowTos)

What are the effects, if any, of scheduler priorities and policies for threads in an uncontended cpuset?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have a Linux system where we have used cgroups to create two cpu_exclusive cpusets, A and B, and where we have migrated all user threads and all unbound kernel threads to a cgroup attached to cpuset A. (HowTos)

Use SECEDIT to export "Security Options" from one computer and import on anotherview story

http://serverfault.com – Can I use secedit.exe to export out the "Security Options" from the local security policy and then import them on another machine? I'm trying to do this on Windows Server 2008. Update I just tried with: secedit /export /db C:\andy.db /cfg C:\andy.inf /areas SECURITYPOLICY /log C:\andy.log But it didn't work with error: Warning 2: The system cannot find the file specified. Error opening (HowTos)

Monitor exchange 2010 archivingview story

http://serverfault.com – Would like some advice on an exchange 2010 query. We would like to be able to monitor the archiving activity of our new exchange 2010 ecosystem. (HowTos)

Unable to unmount SD or USB - files become unreadableview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello friends,I've had this problem for near 6 months now, and haven't been able to find any information about it (I don't like to impose on people by asking about such things).When transferring videos to an SD card, or USB flash drive, I am unable to unmount afterwards. (HowTos)

CInstall crashed, then Plasma crashed, then...view story

http://chakra-project.org – Any user knows not to install packages in a rolling distro, while never updating the system, there is nothing any distro can do about a user choosing to do so.You have a mismatch of old base with new packages sitting on top of that.  There is a small change, pacman -Syy, then pacman -Syu can resolve all that you did break with such a policy.Chakra states on all pages, to please read the begin (HowTos)