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Oct
25
answered Linux /home privacy
Oct
25
comment How to extinguish a small fire in a server rack to minimize damage to surrounding equipment?
+1, totally agreed. Electrical fires, and fires in general, are very dangerous. Hardware can be replaced. Software can be reinstalled. Data can be restored (you have backups, right?). Lives can't be revived.
Oct
24
comment Nginx doesn't send _SERVER[“DOCUMENT_ROOT”] to PHP-fpm
@ianenri: I'd add a line to your location, directly after the include fastcgi_params that is something like fastcgi_param DOCUMENT_ROOT /var/www;. I doubt you can actually set $document_root. Also, look at kolbyjacks answer, as that's likely the root of the problem.
Oct
24
revised Nginx doesn't send _SERVER[“DOCUMENT_ROOT”] to PHP-fpm
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Oct
24
comment Nginx doesn't send _SERVER[“DOCUMENT_ROOT”] to PHP-fpm
@ianenri: It works perfectly on 1.0. Could be a bug in 0.8 then. Still, this is how you set it. You could set it manually rather than via the variable, that should solve your issue.
Oct
24
suggested approved edit on Nginx doesn't send _SERVER[“DOCUMENT_ROOT”] to PHP-fpm
Oct
24
answered Nginx doesn't send _SERVER[“DOCUMENT_ROOT”] to PHP-fpm
Oct
24
comment Entropy on virtual machines
@PaŭloEbermann: PRNG's are not random! Given the same seed, they will produce the exact same string of 'random' numbers, which is why they are able to be used for crypto. PRNG's and entropy are two totally different beasts. Entropy is generated from various events on the system and is unable to be repeated, which is what makes it useful for key generation, though generally more or less useless for the rest of crypto.
Oct
24
answered Entropy on virtual machines
Oct
23
answered Nginx: random users get “server not found”
Oct
23
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Oct
22
comment How do you make it obvious you are on a production system?
@Sirex, The opposite is also possible. For instance, Amazon's EC2 VPS's use static DHCP leases on production servers and public IP's are forwarded. The instance itself doesn't directly know what public IP it's running behind, at least not at the network interface level.
Oct
21
accepted Issues with ASP.NET via Apache/mod_mono on Ubuntu
Oct
19
accepted Can't login to Cyrus IMAP with domain name in username, can if I don't qualify with domain name
Oct
19
comment Can't login to Cyrus IMAP with domain name in username, can if I don't qualify with domain name
Gah, I'm an idiot. At some point last night I deleted the user from SASLdb. This works perfectly, thanks a lot!
Oct
19
revised Can't login to Cyrus IMAP with domain name in username, can if I don't qualify with domain name
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Oct
19
comment Can't login to Cyrus IMAP with domain name in username, can if I don't qualify with domain name
Sorry, that first comment sounded horrible. Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to be helping. I've edited into the question the exact syslog that's being output.
Oct
19
comment Can't login to Cyrus IMAP with domain name in username, can if I don't qualify with domain name
No I don't. Will try this tomorrow at work, but if this a real config variable, it'd definitely explain the problem. Will accept when I've tried it.
Oct
19
comment Can't login to Cyrus IMAP with domain name in username, can if I don't qualify with domain name
@JannePikkarainen: All the logs say is auth failed because imapd thinks the user doesn't exist.
Oct
19
asked Can't login to Cyrus IMAP with domain name in username, can if I don't qualify with domain name