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Where can I find online references that describe a Linux/Unix project setup? Its quite surprising that googling for this turning up little useful references or tutorials. I am looking for descriptions of general project setups; ie, 'Its usually considered industry standard to have a INSTALL file, ChangeLog file, Makefile, etc. And these files should reside in the root folder.'. More importantly I am looking for references that inform me of the format of these files and what each file does, ie, 'The ChangeLog format should be X and its purpose is Y'. Coming from Windows development this is kindof new to to me. submitted by /u/sqzr [link] [comments]

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I'm trying to work on a distributed system, with out running lamp, or equivalent, on all nodes. I'm also not going to be able to use ssh since some will be nothing more than bash scripts in a 'run forever' setup. Right now they've all got cron jobs to query the server but that means there's a 1 minute lag rather than an on-demand push update. Anyone know if there's any methods to push a bash script to run when needed rather than cron or run-forever? submitted by /u/imbluedabode [link] [comments]

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This is pretty nooblike question but I wonder about it for days, to be precise I wonder about the traffic my ISP can see. I'm behind a NAT router (to which I don't have access to!) I just switched to a linux distro so bare with me I dunno the cool things yet, just installed a clean distro and updated it, did nmap and listened to netstat. Disabled few things just to be sure, then installed grsec. LETS STOP HERE: How ownable am I at the this point, from the ISP's perspective? Now installed Virtualbox and use it from a regular account (without sudo rights), in the Virtualbox I configured a another distro to use openvpn AES 256. My acitvity is reduced to passive browsing the web, and sometimes something else. What does my isp see, I know I could install wireshark and check it myself but I would rather hear other opinions and ask what can I do to harden the this setup? submitted by /u/Mhtu [link] [comments]

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