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Nov
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answered Why is my php script not running on boot? Running from command line works fine
Nov
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answered Please advise: Virtual machine has stopped working
Nov
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comment linux + activate some script after linux reboot
lain: Cron only runs scripts at specific time, it does not recognized startup, shutodwn or reboots.
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Nov
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comment SSH command from PHP script - nothing, yet work at cmd line
stackoverflow.com/questions/3802926/…
Nov
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comment SSH command from PHP script - nothing, yet work at cmd line
stackoverflow.com/questions/6993145/…
Nov
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comment Run a perl script as a windows 7 service
ehow.com/how_7567110_convert-exe-service.html
Nov
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comment linux + activate some script after linux reboot
There is no directory in linux, which is confugred this way to run commands atr startup, but just files.
Nov
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answered I deleted /etc/passwd yesterday and I am having problems with SendMail today
Nov
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answered Logging user activities
Nov
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comment Is Downtime Needed after changing the Ip Address of A Subdomain?
so I will have two servers with two different ip addresses but hosting the same content while the dns is being propagated?..Answer is YES. but be careful, as you can loose updates to your sites(if it is dynamic site)..
Nov
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answered SSH command from PHP script - nothing, yet work at cmd line
Nov
8
answered Is Downtime Needed after changing the Ip Address of A Subdomain?
Nov
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answered linux + activate some script after linux reboot
Nov
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answered Direct ethernet link between two servers
Nov
8
answered I deleted /etc/passwd yesterday and I am having problems with SendMail today
Nov
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answered Run a perl script as a windows 7 service
Nov
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comment Backup mail on linux (sendmail)
Ofcourse, restoration is also very smooth in it. with just one click, you can restore to any point in time back.
Nov
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answered Backup mail on linux (sendmail)
Nov
7
comment inverse ssh X forwarding
so you want to remotely issue commands on office computer? why not use any remote desktop or remote control utility for this purpose?