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Jul
23
comment weird characters being appended to requests
%22 is an encoded " (quote) character. There is some malformed link in the HTML, and so instead of requesting absolute urls from your external cdn, its ending up hitting your main webserver
Mar
24
comment OSX nslookup can resolve a lan hostname, but ping cannot?
Thanks, you helped me look into this further as I had been focusing purely on the dns server config. It turns out it was my DHCP server at fault, which was telling client to use a secondary DNS of 8.8.8.8
Mar
22
awarded  Yearling
Mar
22
revised OSX nslookup can resolve a lan hostname, but ping cannot?
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Mar
22
asked OSX nslookup can resolve a lan hostname, but ping cannot?
Feb
10
accepted Serving image content over https, must encryption strength match that of the main website?
Jan
25
asked Serving image content over https, must encryption strength match that of the main website?
Sep
4
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
31
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
16
comment Extracting a line section of mysql backup using sed
Many thanks :-) Both your and Iains sed were equally useful, but your egrep seems to be exactly what I was looking for
Nov
16
accepted Extracting a line section of mysql backup using sed
Oct
7
asked Extracting a line section of mysql backup using sed
Sep
6
awarded  Commentator
Sep
6
accepted Looking to list all files/dirs ignored by rsyncs exclude file
Sep
6
comment Looking to list all files/dirs ignored by rsyncs exclude file
excellent, thanks!
Sep
5
comment Load Balancing + Folder sync
Can you explain why you need a 2-way sync of anything? Do you really mean application code, or do you mean user uploaded data?
Sep
5
asked Looking to list all files/dirs ignored by rsyncs exclude file
Aug
13
awarded  Teacher
Aug
13
comment Rebooting a guest causes IP address conflict
But does this MAC address conflict with any other VM? If you clone a VM, VMWare will ask if you copied or moved it. The reason it asks, is so it knows whether to generate a new MAC address for the VM. If you copied a VM, but told VMWare you moved it, then you could have a MAC address conflict as the underlying cause
Aug
13
comment run apache as root
The error you pasted already tells you what to do. But as other people have pointed it, this is a dumb idea for so many reasons. It doesn't matter if its a test server, its pointless testing something on an environment that completely differs from anything you'd ever put live on the net