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Arranges electrons for a living.


Apr
2
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Server + Local, Private Network + Router + DSL
Apr
2
reviewed Reviewed Configure Citadel to be Used For sending email using smtp
Apr
2
comment Configure Citadel to be Used For sending email using smtp
What do you mean by: "Now i want to use it to send emails from outside like using php."? I don't know what "from outside" means nor do I understand "like using PHP".
Apr
2
revised Configure Citadel to be Used For sending email using smtp
Editing non-code question text back to plain text
Mar
25
reviewed Edit Powershell ForEach-Object : Cannot bind parameter
Mar
25
revised Powershell ForEach-Object : Cannot bind parameter
Added descriptive context to code-only answer
Mar
12
reviewed No Action Needed TCP Statistics for IPv6
Mar
11
comment Can't start mysql server
Since H/W is mentioned as a possibility, have you run a memory tester such as memtest86+ overnight?
Mar
5
comment find nouser equivalent for POSIX ACLs
Sorry, I have no ACL filesystems to work with at the moment so no output to practice with...
Mar
5
comment find nouser equivalent for POSIX ACLs
You can substitute another data line for owner in the egrep argument if you like.
Mar
5
comment find nouser equivalent for POSIX ACLs
On my Linux system, "user:" lines show permissions like "rwx". The following can be used to combine lines (thanks to stackoverflow.com/questions/8545538/…): find . -name '*.jpg' -exec getfacl {} \; | egrep 'file|owner' | sed -rn 'N;s/\n/ /;p'
Mar
5
comment find nouser equivalent for POSIX ACLs
Something like: find . -name '*.ext' -exec getfacl {} \; | grep "owner: [0-9]" If that works I'll make it an answer. :)
Mar
5
comment find nouser equivalent for POSIX ACLs
If find -exec getfacl results in an output distinctive to non-existent users (like a number instead of the user name), the results could be piped into a regular expression searching for this pattern. I would try it but I'm not about to create non-existent users just to find out.
Mar
5
comment child pid 29281 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
The PID is psuedo-random and can be ignored. Segmentation fault indicates a broken program or library mismatch. The backtrace is of the parent process noticing the death of a child process. If you can capture the backtrace or error logs of the child process that is crashing, you will have more useful information.
Jan
27
reviewed Reviewed How is DNS resolved for email addresses?
Jan
27
comment How is DNS resolved for email addresses?
There are two questions here. Using a different mail server is as simple as setting up another account or changing the mail server of the existing account. Mail clients' behavior differs wildly. Perhaps you can tell us what mail clients you are using, and if you have control over your DNS service.
Jan
27
reviewed Reviewed no signing table match in opendkim
Jan
27
comment no signing table match in opendkim
@MSK Please ask the OP to edit their question and include requested information by posting a comment in the Question's Comment area.
Jan
15
reviewed Reviewed Firewall Connections fail to open under load
Jan
15
revised Firewall Connections fail to open under load
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