Here are the contents of my my.cnf:
Good info on real landing pages, please read the comments too: http://www.here.org.uk/2007/06/google-adwords-landing-pages-how-to-build-a-page-that-wont-get-banned-with-examples.html
I devised a DHTML method - paste this script into the webform body
nrpe - Daemon and plugin for executing plugins on remote hosts
Total One Year Cost of Ownership on 4 US Carriers, and WiFi only models. Plus see: tips for new Android users.
The main difference between a NagiosPlugin and an NagiosAddon is Nagios addons are an extensions to the base-system monitoring on the server. There are two types of Nagios Addons available.
On of the features of Nagios is that is can process service check results that are submitted by external applications. Service checks which are performed and submitted to Nagios by external apps are called passive checks. Passive checks can be contrasted with active checks, which are service checks that have been initiated by Nagios.
Why The Need For Passive Checks?
Passive checks are useful for monitoring services that are:
How Do Passive Checks Work?
Running the Update Software utility from Fedora Core 14 was giving me some conflicts and error messages related to Sane Backends which has to do with scanning, digital cameras etc.
This looks to be Red Hat Bugzilla - 749083. The error messages look like
"Transaction error: could not add package update forsane-backends-libs-1.0.22-5.fc14(i686)updates:sane-backends-libs-1.0.22-5.fc14.i686".
The fix is easy