[mod][root][needs init.d enabled kernel] Change Hostname: $ su # vi /system/etc/init.d/99hostname Type in #!/system/bin/sh setprop net.hostname tablethostname Save the file, reboot. ---------------------- [mod][root] Change System DNS Servers: $ su # vi /system/etc/resolv.conf If the file
Android, being Linux reads the /etc/resolv.conf file if it exists to set DNS servers. On my devices, /etc links to /system/etc Here is a link to help set this up. http://butterflydroid.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/how-to-set-dns-server-on-android-phone/#comments
Using the following to prevent multiple connections to Postfix SMTP server from spam connections. /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf [spam] enabled = true filter = spam action = iptables[name=spam, port=smtp, protocol=tcp] sendmail-whois[name=SPAM, dest=email@address] logpath = /var/log/mail.log maxretry = 2
"With SSH an encrypted tunnel through an open port in the private network's firewall can be established. This tunnel forwards network traffic from a specified local port to a port on the remote machine, securely."
Convert a bin+cue file to ISO in linux using bchunk. bchunk image.bin image.cue image.iso Mounting ISO in linux mount -o loop -t iso9660 image.iso /mnt/image Just found quickly with a google search and first page:
I have been working on getting my multi-node BBS back online using some FOSSIL drivers and telnet instead of dial-up modems. One large problem is the speed Windows NTVDM (DOS Console) gives to legacy 16-bit