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Distributed Simulation Developer.


Mar
22
comment Site-to-Site VPN: remote machines can't access local machines
What kind of server? Windows Server or Linux?
Mar
22
comment Site-to-Site VPN: remote machines can't access local machines
Are you trying to ping a local host from remote by IP or DNS?
Mar
22
comment Apache override in sub-location
exactly what kind of front end are you looking for? there is already a usable frontend to svn provided by collabnet. Is this a custom webpage you want to display in front of the source browser?
Mar
22
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Mar
22
answered from svn to git (+ LDAP + password-less updates + passworded access control)
Mar
22
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Mar
22
answered mod_deflate - Optimal configuration for most browsers
Mar
21
answered Is there a simple LDAP-to-HTTP gateway out there?
Mar
21
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Mar
21
comment Running Tomcat 7 and Apache 2 on the same server
You could also check the cPanel doc, maybe it might tell you where to find the config files: docs.cpanel.net/twiki/bin/view/EasyApache3/WebHome I'm not very familiar with cPanel.
Mar
21
comment Running Tomcat 7 and Apache 2 on the same server
Hey Thorn, it takes a while to get it setup and running correctly. If you use mod_proxy w/ajp, you have to setup the tomcat connector on tomcat's server.xml. You have to enable port 8009 for AJP protocol. If you don't get the details right, it definitely won't work. You need to find your config for Apached http and tomcat. Post them here without the private information. Look for the files in apache/conf/httpd.conf and tomcat/conf/server.xml. mod_proxy supports both ajp and http, see doc: httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_proxy.html.
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21
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21
revised What are the best possible ways to benchmark RAM (no-ECC) under linux / arm?
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revised What are the best possible ways to benchmark RAM (no-ECC) under linux / arm?
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21
answered What are the best possible ways to benchmark RAM (no-ECC) under linux / arm?
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21
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Mar
21
answered Running Tomcat 7 and Apache 2 on the same server
Mar
21
comment What are the best possible ways to benchmark RAM (no-ECC) under linux / arm?
It would help if you provide us the linux distribution you're working with. Are you running a server or desktop distribution? Does it include XServer?