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Dec
7
comment Setting up Passenger + Nginx on Arch
What does /etc/conf.d/nginx do or rather should do? I ended up getting it working using what you told me and copying this in and making minor changes to it. sk3tchy.com/…
Nov
17
comment Apache won't start and config file won't open
I've added a canonical answer below for your acceptance.
Nov
16
comment Apache won't start and config file won't open
I assume you've already looked for apache2-default.conf, which isn't a backup, but instead the just the default configuration for your system. That'd be a starting place if you fail to find a backup.
Nov
16
comment Apache won't start and config file won't open
You might have something laying around named apache2.conf~ left over from vim or something. Other than that, I'm not aware of any backup. Depending on how vital the server is you might be better off just rebuilding the .conf file from scratch. You should also install a backup system like backuppc (or even dropbox) as soon as you get this resolved for all your servers.
Nov
16
comment Apache won't start and config file won't open
You should have a backup laying around. So, from a backup?
Nov
16
comment Apache won't start and config file won't open
It looks like someone ran vim crypt on your apache2.conf file. Is that possible? This might be useful: stackoverflow.com/questions/575817/…
Sep
5
comment nginx can't bind to port 80..Nothing running on port 80
This is correct. I have two http statements. I commented out one of them and now it starts.
Sep
5
comment nginx can't bind to port 80..Nothing running on port 80
@Martin, I assume I'm doing it as root. I'm starting it via: "sudo /etc/init.d/nginx start"
Sep
5
comment nginx can't bind to port 80..Nothing running on port 80
@womble anything else you need?
Oct
1
comment Most efficient way to add a large group of users to AD windows 2008
I think there is some formating in there that I'm missing. Is there anyway to view it, I don't see it in the .bat file in notepad.
Oct
1
comment Most efficient way to add a large group of users to AD windows 2008
C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop>■@ '■@' is not recognized as an internal or external command operable program or batch file. I get that error.
Oct
1
comment Google Spreadsheet alternatives
Why doesn't google docs work for you? Maybe there is a way around that.
Oct
1
comment What software/hardware can I use for “testing” a wireless network?
Here is what I would do: 1. I'd download netstumbler, I've inserted a link in the ansewer and see if that works for you. Its free and I think it will do the trick. It will give you a good idea of where you're at. If you had a map of the building you could even make notes on it and get a pretty good idea of signal degredation.
Oct
1
comment What software/hardware can I use for “testing” a wireless network?
What type of price range are you looking at? How accurate do you need it to be?
Oct
1
comment Most efficient way to add a large group of users to AD windows 2008
What is %%i is that a user? I want the profile path to be ..\PROFILE\User Name
Sep
28
comment Roaming Profiles Log
I figured it out without using this, but it would have been helpful had the issue not been resolved.
Sep
28
comment Roaming Profiles Log
It was the Profiles folder. I get it now the permissions i was messing with were local.
Sep
28
comment Roaming Profiles Log
I went back and went to sharing and set Everyone to have full control. That didn't do the trick, but I figured it would on the TQUser folder. Or do I need to look at Profiles?
Sep
28
comment Roaming Profiles Log
I just confirmed that is is a permissions issue. When I go to the location: \\domain.local\Files\Profiles\TQUser and I'm logged in as TQUser, I can't create a file there. Which is odd because I have full control/access of that folder as that user. Any ideas on what else to check or take a look at. I'm using DFS if that makes any difference.
Sep
28
comment How to do folder redirection
Got it. Thanks!