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I’m a PHP developer at Origami Technologies. Now I’m working on Zend Framework. Earlier I had worked on Joomla development, and Facebook application development based on Facebook Javascript API and PHP API. I love to experiment with opensource software and above all, to learn new things and update myself with the latest of technologies. Ubuntu is the OS of my choice.
In my free time I love reading books.


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revised Why is the fpcgisock= socket found in apache logs folder?
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accepted Why is the fpcgisock= socket found in apache logs folder?
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comment Why is the fpcgisock= socket found in apache logs folder?
That's interesting. Thanks for the help. I myself have edited and added the other part to the answer.
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comment Why is the fpcgisock= socket found in apache logs folder?
Also it would be of great help if you could add a possible reference to this information. I checked for it, but couldn't find any.
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comment Why is the fpcgisock= socket found in apache logs folder?
Could you add that information also to your answer so that I can mark it as accepted answer. :)
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comment Why is the fpcgisock= socket found in apache logs folder?
Thanks for your answer. :) Why is that file put in apache logs folder?
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comment How to set postgresql user password in bash script
@AnsgarWiechers, Thanks for that correction. But the funny part is that that line is working for me. From what I read at gnu.org/software/bash/manual/html_node/Double-Quotes.html It says: The backslash retains its special meaning only when followed by one of the following characters: ‘$’, ‘`’, ‘"’, ‘\’, or newline. I think that is why "\password" worked fine.
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comment How to set postgresql user password in bash script
Thanks, I just did the same, but with a minor difference: sudo -u postgres psql --command "\password". Wondering, why my question was downvoted.
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