How can I trace a hackerview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I manage a dedicated webserver running OpenSuse 11 which is currently hosting about 30 sites. I have never had any big problems until these last 2-3 months. One site after the other was being hacked and the unwanted visitor installed all kind of php shell scripts followed by torrent servers, ... etc. (HowTos)

How to make a Custom Debian setupview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I have seen a lot of people recommend LFS and Arch well i choose Debian.How to make a custom Debian setup By SlipshotFor this little project you WILL need a good Internet connection and a Debian CD, i used the net install CD but any will do. And if you are asking why would anyone want to do this than here is your answer. (HowTos)

shell scripting testingview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have an input file (10000 lines) named ‘out’ in the given format. Each two lines represent one structure. I am giving this data file as input to a shell program which creates 5000 folders; one directory for each chromosomes using built-in tool ‘mfold SEQ=input’ command. The shell program is ‘process.awk’ given below. I am executing with a command ‘awk –f process.awk out’. (HowTos)

really simple shell question (program launching)view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I mostly feel ashamed having to ask this question, but I can't remember the answer or even think of the proper terms to do a Google search.When I launch a program from within a gui file manager (thunar in my case), the program launches and I can then close thunar and the program will continue to run.But if I launch a program from a terminal window, as soon as I shut down the terminal window, (HowTos)

"No such file or directory" even though the file is thereview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi guys, I'm working on a simple bash script which collects data upon a request from a db and outputs the result into a file. The file is then uploaded to a different server for further processing. The file name is stored in a variable, the file is created but I can't access it again. The filename is db_export_timestamp. (HowTos)

Links 30/11/2010: Zeitgeist in KDE, New Gnome Shell Coverage, RHEL 6.0 Benchmarksview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux A history of viruses on Linux We recently gave you a brief history of viruses on the Mac and as requested by a user we wanted to give you a history of viruses on Linux. (General)

System crash - Shell prompt weirdness after attempting to repair - Suggestions?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – We've had a bit of a problem here, and I'm trying to figure out what might have gone wrong. The company I work for maintains a set of remote servers for one of our major clients. Yesterday, one of the remote sites (running SuSE 11.0) had their UPS backup system fail, and the server went down. After they tried to bring it back up, we could ping it, but not shell in via putty. (HowTos)

rcp connection refusedview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Dear friends, I can use rcp commands by /usr/bin/rcp test.txt linux181:/test/test.txt But when i use, "rcp test.txt linux181:/test/test.txt" It show the following error, connect to address port 544: Connection refused Trying krb4 rcp... connect to address port 544: Connection refused trying normal rcp (/usr/bin/rcp) Permission denied. (or) connect t (HowTos)

Does Shell reacts differently to different users?view story

http://nixcraft.com – I have RHEL5 installed on my vmware machine. (HowTos)

Novell’s Last Week – Part IV: The Ugly Side of the AttachMSFT Gameview story

http://techrights.org – Summary: The CEO of AttachMSFT was arrested for slaying large animals (just like Microsoft’s Kempin) and his company is a neighbour of Microsoft; the deal’s financier is an unethical thug with Cayman Islands connection THE MORE we investigate and the deeper we look into AttachMSFT, the more evidence we have that AttachMSFT will be bad news to everyone except Microsoft. (General)