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I have a customer that is having the IP on his server stolen and I need to use a tool to arc-ping to the theif and block them. Where can I download a linux tool to download to a flashdrive and find the thief and how do I use it? submitted by ExNorth [link] [1 comment]

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I'm considering cloud storage as an off-site backup plan for my Linux home server. /r/cloudstorage seems rather dead, so I'm trying here instead. Which services have you tried, and how is/was their Linux support? Basically, all I'm looking for is a place to weekly dump some gpg'd tar balls off to, so a service that a cron job can just sftp into would be dandy. Also, I'm cheap. $5 a month is about all I'm willing to pay. I'll need at least 500GB, but 1TB should be enough for the next few years. I've looked over the (online backup services)[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_online_backup_services] comparison page and the file hosting comparison page on Wikipedia and did a few google searches. Amazon seems nice and cheap, but doesn't seem to have any official Linux support. Backblaze sounds ok, but has no Linux support at all. All the other services seem to suffer from feature bloating, making them more expensive. Any advice? submitted by dontbeanegatron [link] [1 comment]

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What options are out there for screensharing on Linux? I'm looking for something like join.me. I'm not looking for a remote desktop type like Vnc. Any ideas? submitted by RagingAnemone [link] [comment]

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