#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 13:48 and 13:54

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ewanm89ilreds: Check webmin and apache authorized hosts
karmatronicilreds: you re trying to access the debian s gateway where you re running both an ssh server and webmin
ewanm89jelly: I think it is ps -A
jellyewanm89: I don't think. :-)
ilredskarmatronic: client wireless->gateway(xp)->server(debian)...only ssh works
GeorgeS069Wanderer: /msg dpkg no public key
Wandererthank you
ilredskarmatronic: gateway->server all works
pickcoderheh.. Windows firewall
Wandererhmm, George, that refers to etch, I'm looking at debian stable
hlpwfusehi there's something like md5sum but that show progress while generating md5 sum?
ilredsserver works like it has a rule that refused requests not starting by its lan
justinhlpwfuse: pv
stewWanderer: what version does "apt-cache policy libc6" say for installed?
Wanderer: stable's apt doesn't know how to check the keys
ilredslan wireless is 192.168.1.0/24, lan ethernet is 192.168.0.0/24
Wanderer*** 2.3.2.ds1-22sarge4 0
Zap-Wwhy did debian choose exim insted of sendmail as its default MTA
ilredsthe xp gateway has a wireless interface and a ethernet interface
stewWanderer: waht about "apt-cache policy apt" ?
Wanderer3 versions
pickcoderilreds: if SSH works then it sounds like an XP firewall problem
ewanm89jelly: man ps is that difficult but I think -A is posix compatible but MacOSX is the server I administer elsewhere with no internet connection
stewWanderer: what version does it say for "Installed:"?
WandererInstalled: 0.6.45~bpo.1
stewWanderer: that key must have come from a non-debian mirror. do you know which? you'd have to ask the repository maintainer for the key, however i dunno how you'd verify a trust path to that key
jellyewanm89: well, man pgrep ain't difficult either, and works the platforms I care about
Wandererk
ilredspickcoder: on xp if i don open a port (example 10000) i obtain a try to connect...(or similia), if i open the port i obtain a connection refused
graytronZap-W: i suspect that sendmail is more difficult to configure correctly and more difficult to configure generally. not certain though
GeorgeS069!webmin
dpkgwebmin is probably a lame web-based interface for unsafe system administration for Unix. Check it out at http://webmin.com/security.html but, remember, dondelelcaro *hates* webmin. "i'd rather sit on the floor shoving table knives into live electrical outlets than run webmin on an exposed server." Obsoleted in debian: http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2005/12/msg00790.html
stewilreds: /msg dpkg connection refused
Wandererhmm, seems we're not using a standard mirror, dealing with custom compiled packages fromanother admin
jellyewanm89: anyway, it doesn't really matter as long as you know that you have to do ps ...| grep '[f]oo' or, worse, grep -v grep
towarzyszdoes anyone here know anything about recompiling kernels?
stewtowarzysz: lots of people here
jellyewanm89: or else you might catch the grep process itself, which is not what you wanted
pickcodertowarzysz: no.. no one compiles kernels anymore...
graytronGeorgeS069: what's the althernative to webmin?

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