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  • everythingisgonnabefine says:

    If you are planning to run a program on a workstation while you are not
    logged in, what command should you be sure to use when you launch it?
    This is the Unix question.

  • NC Baller says:

    I come back to work on Monday morning and I found out that my (expensive) linux workstation and monitor are missing (physically). My first thought is that somebody has stolen them. Can I find out when was the time that the computer was disconnected from the network?

  • evil chevy says:

    i want to monitor and control client desktop from server and also limit it’s network bandwidth.

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