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Working at university on the borderline between mathematics and computer sciences.


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revised How to hide a password passed as command line argument?
Seems darkcoin sources are available after all, according to @cacidol
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comment Why do we still use power supplies on datacenter servers?
@MSalters: When I visited a vintage computer museum, I was told that some of the supercomputers exhibited there were running on 400Hz for that very reason. One Cray in particular, if I remember correctly. They had some motor-generator device centrally installed to do the frequency change for the whole center, and the inertia of its rotor also served as a short-term UPS. I guess radio emission from the power supply lines might be a problem these days, though.
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revised How to hide a password passed as command line argument?
More elaborate approach
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comment How to hide a password passed as command line argument?
@MikeyB: There is a small win: you won't accidentially expose it while searching through your history while someone is looking over your shoulder.
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answered How to hide a password passed as command line argument?
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asked Multi-user bzr server
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answered How to merge two different server in one server?
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answered Separate domains vs. one domain with alias-domains
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answered Apache 2 Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible
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answered How to rename multiple files by replacing word in file name geting from the shell script variables?
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comment Separate domains vs. one domain with alias-domains
I would aim for one Apache process running as one system user but serving several IP addresses corresponding to several domain names, each with its own SSL certificate. Use IP-based virtual hosts in the apache config. Don't know whether your management tools can handle this, though.