Remmina is a remote desktop client that support multiple network protocols (RDP, VNC, NX, XDMCP and SSH) in a nice and very user friendly GUI.
In its basic usage, you only need to know the protocol, the server (domain or IP address), username and password.
For example, this shows how to connec[......]
After having setup an email server (eg: using gmail as smtp server or sendmail as a SMART HOST or any other way you want..) you need to test it.
The quickest way, for me, is to do:
mail -s Test [email protected] < /dev/null
This will send an email with no body text.
array_unique removes duplicate values from an array. Unfortunately it doesn't work with multi-dimensional arrays.
A quick workaround is to serialize all elements of the first/parent array in order to make it unidimensional, let array_unique doing its job and then unserialize it back.
A one lin[......]
If you have logwatch installed (or you read auth.log file) you can find lots of entries mentioning login attempts/attacks.
Nov 20 06:30:43 serverName sshd: Address 184.108.40.206 maps to 91-191-166-95.netdirekt.com.tr, but this does not map back to the address - POSSIBLE BR[......]
I wrote before about sending system emails using sendmail as smarthost.
Today I describe how to do that using gmail smtp servers.
The software that will allow us to do that is called "ssmtp" and it's a "send-only sendmail emulator for machines which normally pick their mail up from a centralized m[......]
If I decide to sell or when I have to return a hard drive I want to make sure not everyone can access my data.
To do that I've often used the command shred this way:
shred -vzf -n 5 /dev/sdb
-v; show progress
-z; add an extra pass of zeros to hide shredding
-f; change permissions to a[......]
I've been using my Android phone (HTC Wildfire) for quite some time now.
It's not a bad phone but it's somewhat limited, mainly in memory and speed.
Plus, I really wanted to experiment with it and see what a custom ROM could do.
From my research SuperOneClick is the most popular software to roo[......]
Formatting a new partition from the command line is pretty straight forward.
I do it quite often when
playing working with LVM.
So, long story short, format the partition (to ext4 in this example)
Change the "reserved-blocks-percentage" for data partition (optional).
This would be the perfect solution to so many Windows problem! :-P