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Systems Engineer and DBA and Seni...

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Local Address: Austin, Texas, United States
Excel Telecommunications Inc
433 Las Colinas Blvd. E. Suite 1300
Irving, Texas 75039
United States

Company Description: As you know, Excel in Anthem offers local and long distance phone service to residents of Arizona. We need help to spread the word about these great products and...   more
Background

Employment History

  • SysAdmin and Software Development Consultant
    Independent Consultant (Self-employed)
  • SysAdmin, Software Development, Instructor
    Independant Contractor
  • Systems Management and Scaling
    Minggl.com Inc
  • Operations Architect
    UnWired Buyer , Inc.
Web References
BYB Enterprises
www.bybent.com, 16 June 2008 [cached]
Our primary instructor, Wayne Walker, currently teaches courses in Linux, Unix, TCP/IP, and Perl.Wayne can be reached at wwalker@bybent.com . His resume is here.
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I did use it last week but my hard drive was > long gone : (. > Here is the website http://www.grc.com/sr/spinrite.htm > you can watch the videos on youtube and see how it works. keyword > "SpinRite" > > the downside is that its $89, but its worth every penny > it works on windows, linux > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) > -- Matt Kinsel www.mattkinsel.com www.kinsel-kreations.com -- _______________________________________________ SATLUG mailing list SATLUG@satlug.org http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) From wwalker at bybent.com Wed Feb 13 14:37:57 2008 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Wed Feb 13 14:38:00 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] OT: Hard Drive Failure In-Reply-To: References:
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RAID 1 with a drive writing corrupt data to the drive is also almost certainly significant data loss. -- Wayne Walker wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From wwalker at bybent.com Wed Feb 13 14:39:43 2008 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Wed Feb 13 14:39:43 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] OT: Hard Drive Failure In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: I would buy an IDENTICAL drive (on eBay ifnecessary).
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Do you have any recommendations/suggestions for anybody (or > company, store, etc.) that could take a try at recovering the files? > > TIA > > -- > Matt Kinsel > www.mattkinsel.com > www.kinsel-kreations.com > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From wwalker at bybent.com Wed Feb 13 14:41:18 2008 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Wed Feb 13 14:41:21 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] OT: Hard Drive Failure In-Reply-To: References:
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Before transplanting platters, I would recommend the controller card swap. if the controller card swap doesn't work, then transplant the platters. -- Wayne Walker wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From mkinsel at gmail.com Wed Feb 13 14:41:22 2008 From: mkinsel at gmail.com (Matt Kinsel) Date: Wed Feb 13 14:41:24 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] Re: OT: Hard Drive Failure In-Reply-To: References:
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From wwalker at bybent.com Mon Oct 1 10:39:50 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Mon Oct 1 10:39:52 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] OT: Interesting License Plate Spotted. In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 10:36:32AM -0500, Sean I wrote: > On 9/30/07, Ben wrote: > > > > What about UBU-NTU? > > > > When i bought my sebring from another sys admin in illinois the license > plate was > > UNIXGUY, i had to drive around with that for 2 weeks. Don't you mean "I GOT to", rather than "I HAD to"? One of our developers has the license plate "RTFM" on a pretty blue RX-8. -- Wayne Walker # Code comments are lies waiting to happen wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From masterr at gmail.com Mon Oct 1 10:51:21 2007 From: masterr at gmail.com (Jonathan Hull) Date: Mon Oct 1 10:51:25 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Linux Tip: printing man pages In-Reply-To:
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Once you do that, configure up the scope for the external side and you'll be good to go. - -- Daniel J. Givens daniel@rugmonster.org - -- -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org iD8DBQFHASo8MX8DRj/fwTgRAiC6AJ40zP0h6unIse+APCNXTaM08aTaxQCggUkU dwtvNtAJ95Qo5K/CrhOxPFY= =puli -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- From wwalker at bybent.com Mon Oct 1 12:27:02 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Mon Oct 1 12:27:04 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] dhcpd help In-Reply-To: References:
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Once you do that, > configure up the scope for the external side and you'll be good to go. it's /etc/dhcpd.conf on redhat systems. -- Wayne Walker # Code comments are lies waiting to happen wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From sassy.swede at gmail.com Mon Oct 1 12:34:22 2007 From: sassy.swede at gmail.com (Sassafrass) Date: Mon Oct 1 12:34:29 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] OT: Interesting License Plate Spotted. In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID:
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Message-ID: Wayne Walker wrote: > On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 12:11:24PM -0500, Daniel J. Givens wrote: > >> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- >> Hash: SHA1 >> >> The ISC DHCPD can listen on as many interfaces as you like and serve >> addresses for as many subnets as you have configured along with the use >> of DHCP Relay Agents. >> >> I know in Debian-based systems, you can specify which interfaces dhcpd >> listens on by editing /etc/default/dhcp3-server.
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wrote: > Wayne Walker wrote: > > On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 12:11:24PM -0500, Daniel J. Givens wrote: > > > >> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > >> Hash: SHA1 > >> > >> The ISC DHCPD can listen on as many interfaces as you like and serve > >> addresses for as many subnets as you have configured along with the use > >> of DHCP Relay Agents. > >> > >> I know in Debian-based systems, you can specify which interfaces dhcpd > >> listens on by editing /etc/default/dhcp3-server.
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wrote: > >> Wayne Walker wrote: >> >>> On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 12:11:24PM -0500, Daniel J. Givens wrote: >>> >>> >>>> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- >>>> Hash: SHA1 >>>> >>>> The ISC DHCPD can listen on as many interfaces as you like and serve >>>> addresses for as many subnets as you have configured along with the use >>>> of DHCP Relay Agents. >>>> >>>> I know in Debian-based systems, you can specify which interfaces dhcpd >>>> listens on by editing /etc/default/dhcp3-server.
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On Thu, 4 Oct 2007, Charles Hogan wrote: > Bruce Dubbs wrote: >> John Hammer wrote: >>> A Fedora-based distro designed to look and feel like Vista. >>> http://tuxenclave.wordpress.com/2007/10/03/vixtaforget-vista/ >> >> Why would someone even want to use this? >> >> -- Bruce > > Baby steps to start weening them away MS software, perhaps? > (Hey, see, it looks a lot like Vista, and doesn't cost an arm and 2 legs.) > :) > From wwalker at bybent.com Thu Oct 4 21:41:43 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Thu Oct 4 21:41:46 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] HOW CAN I MAKE A NETWORK WITH LINUX OF 50 USERS In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: Easily.
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On 10/4/07, Wayne Walker wrote: > Easily. Make one machine an NFS server. Make it also an NIS or LDAP > server. Make the other machines look to the server for NFS mounted > /home and for authentication. > > Fedora 7 and Fedora Directory Services will do it all with no problem. > > On Thu, Oct 04, 2007 at 05:03:09PM -0700, samuel detal wrote: > > Ok I have a goal putting 50 computers connected and talking, shaking files and accesing to the same databate and services on a server. How can I do it?? or is it possible?? > > --------------------------------- > > Got a little couch potato? > > Check out fun summer activities for kids. > > -- In the event you have a need for a Thin Client configuration, LTSP is a good choice. > -- > > Wayne Walker > > # Code comments are lies waiting to happen > > wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! > http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ > Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ > Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent > IRC: wwalker on freenode.net > -- From masterr at gmail.com Fri Oct 5 00:17:29 2007 From: masterr at gmail.com (Jonathan Hull) Date: Fri Oct 5 00:17:32 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] /. Turns 10!
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From wwalker at bybent.com Sat Oct 6 15:38:10 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Sat Oct 6 15:38:12 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] HOW CAN I MAKE A NETWORK WITH LINUX OF 50 USERS In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: On Thu, Oct 04, 2007 at 11:47:46PM -0500, Robert Pearson wrote: > On 10/4/07, Wayne Walker
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Also cool for limited bandwidth thin client is NoMachine, and freenx. -- Wayne Walker # Code comments are lies waiting to happen wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From good_bye300 at yahoo.com Sat Oct 6 16:27:55 2007 From: good_bye300 at yahoo.com (Chris Lemire) Date: Sat Oct 6 16:27:59 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Could someone explain this?
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From wwalker at bybent.com Fri Oct 12 10:30:23 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Fri Oct 12 10:30:27 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Networking with VMware and Ubuntu In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: I remember having a similar problem before and a net device (don't remember which one) required a permissions change in /dev.
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All of this is possible, because the OS is stable. > > > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) From wwalker at bybent.com Thu Jan 17 14:50:54 2008 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Thu Jan 17 14:51:12 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] program or cron job to ping internal devices & email In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: <20080117205054.GP18966@bybent.com> nagios. On Wed, Jan 16, 2008 at 05:05:30AM -0600, twistedpickles wrote: > Does know or have a program or cron job that can ping network devices and if > down send out an email? > > -- > ::twistedPickles:: : > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From wwalker at bybent.com Thu Jan 17 14:54:33 2008 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Thu Jan 17 14:54:50 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] program or cron job to ping internal devices & email In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: <20080117205433.GQ18966@bybent.com> for i in 207.200.55.226 72.249.9.98 long list of ips do ping -c 5 207.200.55.224 && mail -s $ip twisted@pickle.com < /etc/device_down_message done On Wed, Jan 16, 2008 at 05:05:30AM -0600, twistedpickles wrote: > Does know or have a program or cron job that can ping network devices and if > down send out an email? > > -- > ::twistedPickles:: : > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From etillman93 at peoplepc.com Thu Jan 17 15:04:29 2008 From: etillman93 at peoplepc.com (Ed) Date: Thu Jan 17 15:04:30 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] Mixed Network FINALLY WORKS! Now ... ? In-Reply-To: <91FBFA7A-C76E-4A6C-8608-AFA237FDB87F@shub-internet.org> References: <68191.55489.qm@web38102.mail.mud.yahoo.com> <478F177A.4060001@w5omr.shacknet.nu> <478F41B2.1000105@aberlorn.com> <478F5397.9080805@w5omr.shacknet.nu> <478F6B79.7000606@aberlorn.com> <478F6D08.4040505@w5omr.shacknet.nu> <91FBFA7A-C76E-4A6C-8608-AFA237FDB87F@shub-internet.org> Message-ID: <478FC2DD.3000804@peoplepc.com> Hey folks!
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On Jan 17, 2008 2:54 PM, Wayne Walker wrote: > for i in 207.200.55.226 72.249.9.98 long list of ips > do > ping -c 5 207.200.55.224 && mail -s $ip twisted@pickle.com < > /etc/device_down_message > done > > On Wed, Jan 16, 2008 at 05:05:30AM -0600, twistedpickles wrote: > > Does know or have a program or cron job that can ping network devices > and if > > down send out an email? > > > > -- > > ::twistedPickles:: : > > -- > > _______________________________________________ > > SATLUG mailing list > > SATLUG@satlug.org > > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) > > -- > > Wayne Walker > > wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! > http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ > Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - > http://www.pm.org/ > Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent > IRC: wwalker on freenode.net > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATL
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Al Castanoli wrote: On Thu, 2008-01-17 at 13:38 -0600, Wayne Walker wrote: [ ... ] > I won't ever recommend RHEL for a desktop user.
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Al Castanoli wrote: > On Thu, 2008-01-17 at 13:38 -0600, Wayne Walker wrote: > [ ... ] > > I won't ever recommend RHEL for a desktop user.
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From wwalker at bybent.com Fri Jan 25 21:21:59 2008 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Fri Jan 25 21:22:08 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] howto set up sftp :: help In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: <20080126032159.GA6047@bybent.com> The confusion here is that there are TWO different SFTP protocols.
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I copied over the key.pem to the connecting computer. > > Have I missed or messed up somwherez? > > -- > ::twistedPickles:: : > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From daniel at rugmonster.org Fri Jan 25 23:05:59 2008 From: daniel at rugmonster.org (Daniel J. Givens) Date: Fri Jan 25 23:06:02 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] howto set up sftp :: help In-Reply-To: <20080126032159.GA6047@bybent.com> References: <20080126032159.GA6047@bybent.com> Message-ID: <479ABFB7.5090301@rugmonster.org> Wayne Walker wrote: > The confusion here is that there are TWO different SFTP protocols
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I copied over the key.pem to the connecting computer. > > Have I missed or messed up somwherez? > > -- > ::twistedPickles:: : > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.bybent.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From daniel at rugmonster.org Fri Jan 25 23:05:59 2008 From: daniel at rugmonster.org (Daniel J. Givens) Date: Fri Jan 25 23:06:02 2008 Subject: [SATLUG] howto set up sftp :: help In-Reply-To: <20080126032159.GA6047@bybent.com> References: <20080126032159.GA6047@bybent.com> Message-ID: <479ABFB7.5090301@rugmonster.org> Wayne Walker wrote: > The confusion here is that there are TWO different SFTP protocols
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Luis From wwalker at bybent.com Sat Nov 3 23:31:01 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Sat Nov 3 23:30:50 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Ruby Help In-Reply-To: <472D3D84.70104@datanet.ath.cx> References: <472D3D84.70104@datanet.ath.cx> Message-ID: <20071104043101.GA2584@bybent.com> On linux, you can use ruby-serialport.
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On Sat, Nov 03, 2007 at 10:33:24PM -0500, Samuel Leon wrote: > Does anyone have any info on how to get ruby to communicate through serial > ports? > > Also is the Ruby users group still having monthly meetings? > > > Sam > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker # Code comments are lies waiting to happen wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From dkowis at shlrm.org Sat Nov 3 23:39:11 2007 From: dkowis at shlrm.org (David Kowis) Date: Sat Nov 3 23:39:11 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Slow Email Sending In-Reply-To: <472D34CC.9030707@datanet.ath.cx> References: <472D34CC.9030707@datanet.ath.cx> Message-ID: <472D4CE
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From wwalker at bybent.com Mon Nov 12 08:56:54 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Mon Nov 12 08:56:56 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Red Hat 6.2 and /etc/passwd In-Reply-To: <277020fc0711120648rd591a11k449e904be6a75bdd@mail.gmail.com> References: <277020fc0711120648rd591a11k449e904be6a75bdd@mail.gmail.com> Message-ID: <20071112145654.GB8621@bybent.com> Years and years ago. any process running as any user may need access to the info in /etc/passwd (e.g., ls, running as wwalker needs to look up uid 502 and see that it's dwingo for ls -l output).
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I have found some older systems that have > everyone but root's password in /etc/shadow, and was curious if there > is some technical reason for that, or if it's just misconfigured. > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker # Code comments are lies waiting to happen wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From wwalker at bybent.com Mon Nov 12 09:01:49 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Mon Nov 12 09:01:51 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Red Hat 6.2 and /etc/passwd In-Reply-To: <277020fc0711120648rd591a11k449e904be6a75bdd@mail.gmail.com> References: <277020fc0711120648rd591a11k449e904be6a75bdd@mail.
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I have found some older systems that have > everyone but root's password in /etc/shadow, and was curious if there > is some technical reason for that, or if it's just misconfigured. > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker # Code comments are lies waiting to happen wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From scarolan at gmail.com Mon Nov 12 09:20:38 2007 From: scarolan at gmail.com (Sean Carolan) Date: Mon Nov 12 09:20:41 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Red Hat 6.2 and /etc/passwd In-Reply-To: <20071112150148.GC8621@bybent.com> References: <277020fc0711120648rd591a11k449e904be6a75bdd@mail.gmail.com> <20071112150148
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For an terminal agnostic approach, there is ClusterSSH. http://clusterssh.sf.net/ From wwalker at bybent.com Tue Nov 13 13:47:56 2007 From: wwalker at bybent.com (Wayne Walker) Date: Tue Nov 13 13:48:11 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Utilities In-Reply-To: <4739B613.8090903@w5omr.shacknet.nu> References: <4739B613.8090903@w5omr.shacknet.nu> Message-ID: <20071113194756.GB9706@bybent.com> zcat or zgrep On Tue, Nov 13, 2007 at 08:34:59AM -0600, Geoff wrote: > There are so many programs out there written for linux, for generic linux > jobs, it's easy to get bogged down in the myriad of possibilities. > > I'm looking for one utility, in particular (that probably already exists) > that will look at the contents of such files as say ... > /var/log/messages-20061001.gz > > I know they're archived, but I'm looking for a specific string, without > having to expand the silly thing to a temp dir, which would consume space > on a drive, > use 'less 'filename' | grep -i pattern', get pissed because what I'm > looking for isn't there, delete that expanded archive, then go through the > whole procedure again, for files that start at the beginning of LAST year. > > There's GOT to be an easier way! > > Help? > > Command line help, that is. no gui packages, please. > > > > -- > _______________________________________________ > SATLUG mailing list > SATLUG@satlug.org > http://alamo.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug to unsubscribe > Powered by Rackspace (www.rackspace.com) -- Wayne Walker # Code comments are lies waiting to happen wwalker@bybent.com Do you use Linux?! http://www.bybent.com Get Counted! http://counter.li.org/ Perl - http://www.perl.org/ Perl User Groups - http://www.pm.org/ Jabber: wwalker@jabber.gnumber.com AIM: lwwalkerbybent IRC: wwalker on freenode.net From luis at luisgarza.com Tue Nov 13 17:12:38 2007 From: luis at luisgarza.com (Luis Garza) Date: Tue Nov 13 17:11:12 2007 Subject: [SATLUG] Seagate/Maxtor Hard Drives Infected with Virii at Factory In-Reply-To: References: M
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