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comment su rails session mysteriously closes by itself
thanks so much brother for your help...I am absolutely sure I'm not pressing ctrl-d...also, it's strange, but if I'm in the rails console at the time it happens it will just take me out of the console but not log me out of rails user as it does if I'm not in the console, so it's quite strange behavior
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comment Best way to trace outgoing requests from a server
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revised What is a recommended way to patch the Shellshock Bash bug on an unsupported Ubuntu server?
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comment What is a recommended way to patch the Shellshock Bash bug on an unsupported Ubuntu server?
I have an old 8.04 system that was using a 3.* version of bash and updated it to 4.3 using the shellshocker.net script and everything is working just fine
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revised What is a recommended way to patch the Shellshock Bash bug on an unsupported Ubuntu server?
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revised What is a recommended way to patch the Shellshock Bash bug on an unsupported Ubuntu server?
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revised What is a recommended way to patch the Shellshock Bash bug on an unsupported Ubuntu server?
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comment What is a recommended way to patch the Shellshock Bash bug on an unsupported Ubuntu server?
@ceejayoz - I did check the script by downloading it first before running it. Of course that doesn't guarantee you'll get the same script every time you run it, so run this at your own risk. The best way is to download it and check it first and then run it locally.
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