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Mar
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Mar
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answered Purchase new SSL Certificate before existing one expires
Jan
19
comment How to switch between TLS 1.0 and SSL 3.0 at Java/JRE level?
But SSLv3 is less secure than TLS
Nov
12
comment How does the HTTP GET method work in relation to DNS protocol?
Proxied requests should be using the Host header, not putting the full URL in the GET line.
Feb
20
comment Shell script: the child process do not terminate in linux
The child processes will always appear in ps as zombies because their parent (your script) is spending all its time polling and cannot handle their exit.
Jun
25
comment Include current rewritten URI in substitution
I only mentioned it because I want an answer to the question, not for someone to suggest the work-around that I already know.
Jun
24
asked Include current rewritten URI in substitution
Jan
29
awarded  Commentator
Jan
29
comment Windows Active Directory naming best practices?
A small point - one can use something much smaller, faster and secure than IIS to serve the redirect. Even haproxy or nginx are probably overkill - let alone a full-featured server like apache2.
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
20
comment How does a domain beginning with www.uk get resolved?
Doesn't matter what the beginning is - resolution starts from the end (.mobi)
Sep
19
comment Good reasons to keep 32-bit Microsoft Windows desktop OSes
@Earlz archlinux.mirrors.uk2.net/iso/2012.09.07/arch looks like only 3M larger to me
Sep
18
comment Good reasons to keep 32-bit Microsoft Windows desktop OSes
@tylerl Indeed, but you can only do that if you actually compare them to the advantages.
Sep
18
comment Good reasons to keep 32-bit Microsoft Windows desktop OSes
@nightcracker No, we have twice as much food, but don't worry as there's enough space on the plate to store enough food to feed the entire population of the planet many times over.
Sep
18
comment Good reasons to keep 32-bit Microsoft Windows desktop OSes
@nightcracker a 2x increase in used memory is not significant compared to a x^2 increase in addressable memory.
Sep
18
comment Good reasons to keep 32-bit Microsoft Windows desktop OSes
64-bit OS ISOs are bigger because they also contain the entirety of a 32-bit system in order to support both kinds of executable. The massive size difference is not because 64-bit binaries are bigger (they are, but not significantly).
Aug
10
comment Mount Remote CIFS/SMB Share as a Folder not a Drive Letter
@Quandary: Yes, I know. The question was whether there's a solution that doesn't use symbolic links (junction points perhaps?) that would work on XP.
Jul
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Jul
24
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