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The girl on the picture has no connection to me (it was randomly selected).

This is just a test to see how many people will access my profile. On the 28-th of February before posting this picture there were 930 who checked my profile in 2 years and 2 month.

Please do not be disappointed with this test, rather upvote my answers if you like the joke :-).


Apr
17
comment Did not receive identification string from xxx. With a very long interval
@EEAA can you please tell me how can I check if password auth enabled. And please post this as an answer, so that I would be able to acknowledge your help.
Apr
17
comment Did not receive identification string from xxx. With a very long interval
@EEAA I am connecting to the system with ppk, so I assume that do not use password auth.
Apr
17
comment Did not receive identification string from xxx. With a very long interval
@EEAA sorry for being vague here. I do not know should I worry about it or can I just ignore this?
Apr
13
comment How to remove php modules from apache?
Is there an easy way to know if the module is compiled into PHP? Now reading your answer I assume that all of them are compiled, because I have not installed any of them.
Apr
3
comment System information disabled due to load higher than 1.0 amazon ec2
Thank you for an explanation and correcting me.
Mar
26
comment Get some meaning from apache logs with awk and grep
@DennisWilliamson can you please show me how can it do it? And the most important thing what benefit will it give. Will it be faster (assuming that the log file will be big enough to make this speed difference visible)
Mar
25
comment Get some meaning from apache logs with awk and grep
Thanks for helping me for the second time. Regarding the second problem I was thinking that there is a way to somehow sum up all the numbers that have a corresponding path starting with /public/img/upload. So no matter what follows this path - just to aggregate the number. Because /public/js does not start with the above-mentioned path, just output it in a normal way.
Mar
25
comment Get some meaning from apache logs with awk and grep
@MirceaVutcovici it does no look as a duplicate to me, but it has a lot of cool things there.
Mar
24
comment Strange notice in apache error log
thank you very much for looking into my problem.
Mar
24
comment Strange notice in apache error log
@lain can you please clarify what do you mean?
Mar
24
comment Strange notice in apache error log
thanks, I updated information about time (sorry I thought it is not important) and logrotate.
Mar
24
comment Strange notice in apache error log
@Ahrotahntee thank you. I added information about cron.
Mar
24
comment Strange notice in apache error log
@Ahrotahntee I have not configured any cron jobs. Can you please tell how can I check if there is something?
Mar
24
comment Strange notice in apache error log
@Iain OS added. This happened just once. But the system is only started 2 weeks ago.
Mar
18
comment Can not truncate / clear error.log on apache, but can do it manually with nano
Thanks, but do you have any idea why I was not able to do this with >error.log?
Mar
18
comment Can not truncate / clear error.log on apache, but can do it manually with nano
Can you please explain what does this command do?
Feb
15
comment apache is not working after upgrade to 2.4.7
@MichaelHampton thank you for looking into the problem. Booteille's answer solved it.
Feb
15
comment apache is not working after upgrade to 2.4.7
Thank you very much. This solved it.
Dec
21
comment Correct way to show only TCP packages in wireshark
I tried and if just to open up boolean expression, you will see that
Dec
21
comment Correct way to show only TCP packages in wireshark
so this is basically the same thing, as I mentioned, because I can not see the difference between: tcp && !http && !ssl and tcp && !(http or ssl)