Archive for the 'Networking' Category
The CCSDS standards can be intimidating to the uninitiated, this article covers AOS, TC, COP-1, and other protocols used in space communications, how they interact, and where to find the details.
I’m putting this here because it took me two days to figure this out. RHEL 5 (or CentOS 5) has openLDAP broken out of the box. It does not handle SSHA password encryption (the default for openLDAP) properly. If you want openLDAP authentication to work with PAM on CentOs 5.3 you MUST edit the /etc/openldap/slapd.conf to contain:
If you do not then as soon as you use ldappasswd to change a password your user will no longer be able to log in. That is all.
What are the differences and when should I use one or the other?
So I usedto convert a simple hex string into a binary file in . Today I was trying to create a mixed ascii/binary file at work and created a little that has good possibilities.
NOTE: There is an expanded version of this script here:
OK. So there are solutions to this online, but it took me a long time to find them so I’m going to add one more here. The problem is that you are using a PPP adapter to connect to your LAN, but when you try to resolve internal names that have both and internal and external address, you keep getting the external address. Read more