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Feb
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revised An equivalent to ProxyPreserveHost in .htaccess?
there are related questions, but now answers
Feb
1
asked An equivalent to ProxyPreserveHost in .htaccess?
Jan
19
comment Where is the runuser command on Ubuntu Server?
This doesn't answer the main question.
Jan
19
answered Where is the runuser command on Ubuntu Server?
Dec
2
comment Where does UFW (uncomplicated firewall) save command-line rules to?
What a crazy location! I just spent 20 minutes looking for this :-(
Oct
7
comment How to fix “unable to qualify my own domain name (myhost) — using short name”?
This question and its answer were exactly what I was looking for, so it should be reopened. The title states the question correctly. The body text asks whether the answer lies in modifying /etc/hosts, and if so, how. The answer makes it clear that this is indeed the case. The body text could be cleared up a little.
Aug
25
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Aug
24
comment How to SSH after remotely restarting Redhat and enter recovery mode?
Does the system allow ssh-ing in as root?
May
12
answered Why does syslog-ng drop debug messages when logging remote?
Dec
16
comment Is there a way to filter mails in remote IMAP account?
See also: procmail and delivering to an IMAP server?
Dec
16
comment Is there a way to filter mails in remote IMAP account?
This is not the answer. The filtering must happen on the IMAP server, over which you have no control.
Dec
16
comment Is there a way to filter mails in remote IMAP account?
This is not the answer. The filtering must happen on the IMAP server.
Nov
25
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Nov
24
comment What's the default superuser username/password for postgres after a new install?
@Jim Schubert: you can also run sudo -u postgres.
Aug
8
comment What's the default superuser username/password for postgres after a new install?
Use sudo instead of su.
Aug
8
comment Why not assign the hostname to the loopback address in /etc/hosts?
I ran into the second case this morning. Configured a server to listen to the IP address given by its fully qualified domain name on a particular port, then tested the connection using telnet, then told a remote collaborator that the server was up and running. He couldn't connect. It turns out neither the server software nor telnet do a DNS lookup: both resolve to 127.0.1.1, so my telnet command was connecting, but no remote connections were possible.
Aug
5
answered How to monitor network usage per user in Linux?
Jul
21
answered Vnc Viewer does not connecting but Windows Remote Desktop works
Jun
25
comment Give pthread_setschedparam() permissions to non-root user (linux)
It turns out this is far from trivial.
Apr
10
revised What is meant by mount point does not exist?
edited body