I do freelance IT consulting for various clients, both in Toronto, Canada, and worldwide. A client recently experienced a power failure. Now they've been having various problems with a Slackware ...
I'm using node.js with Nginx as web server running on Slackware 14.1. I created a page that uploads a file. In my development machine (Debian like) it works fine, but in production (Slackware ...
I was looking at my homemade server running apache 2.2.10 on it and this is what I saw: **.**.**.** - - [10/Nov/2010:07:05:14 +0200] ">\x03\xb6@\x1b\xbdg\x9e\xe9a)\x1a\xd8\x10U\x0f ...
Using VMWare Workstation 7.1, Client A is my Linux server with Slackware 13.1, I have set it up as bridge so i can access it from my external network, Client B will be a Windows XP and C will be a ...
Why is there a /etc/init.d/mysql file on this Slackware machine? How could it have gotten there? [closed]
A client of my IT-consulting service owns a web-development shop. He's been having problems with a Slackware 12.0 server running MySQL 5.0.67. The machine was set up by the client's sysadmin, who left ...