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Apr
21
comment How to delete all debian squeeze logs?
@TeunVink adjusted, thanks
Apr
21
revised How to delete all debian squeeze logs?
fixed typo as suggested in comments
Apr
20
comment High outbound network traffic on Tomcat under process nodeJR
All evidence confirms one fact: the server has been compromised. Upon isolation of the server your team's gonna be busy conducting a thorough security audit... Not sure how the community might help you though.
Apr
2
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Jan
7
answered Make Apache2 skip problematic configs?
Jan
5
answered Reading .htaccess and Tomcat
Nov
27
comment issue with heimdal kerberos in ldap backend
keytab is used by kerberized services to decrypt tickets presented by clients. you need to populate the keytab with service keys, for each service (like host/rds0.example.net)
Nov
13
comment issue with heimdal kerberos in ldap backend
What have you got in the ''keytab''?
Jul
17
revised Does directory mtime always change when a new file is created inside?
added short answer at the top
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
11
comment changing directory in bash script
a note aside: .../bin directories aren't supposed to host anything but runnable commands. Please consider moving the license files to a more suitable location like .../etc or .../share or something.
May
11
answered Managing lots of Apache vhost ServerAliases
May
11
comment Linux tar archive without parent structure
Well, some variants of tar do - see below.
May
11
comment Not killing background processes when exiting an xming / xlaunch gnome-session
Yes, for persistent sessions you need a persistent X server. Xvnc is a great candidate.
May
11
revised Does directory mtime always change when a new file is created inside?
link to relevant POSIX article
May
10
answered Does directory mtime always change when a new file is created inside?
May
10
answered Stunnel Connection Issue: 140943F2 SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert unexpected message
May
9
comment Why is SSH insisting on letting me log in?
you may be using some alternative ssh-agent implementation like Gnome's. Try following: move the privkey out of $HOME/.ssh and flush the agent again; if doen't help, try unsetting SSH_AUTH_SOCK env variable - if it still lets you in, it is not the agent who's guilty. Check for ContolMaster setting then, as Tom H advised above.