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bio website uk.linkedin.com/in/…
location Edinburgh, United Kingdom
age 30
visits member for 2 years, 1 month
seen Dec 17 at 17:19

I am a very curious individual that's not afraid to tackle any challenge.

Some of the most common tasks I dive in are:

  • TCP-IP/UDP communications
  • JavaScript APIs
  • SMTP servers (RFC regulations)
  • DNS

I do most of my work in:

  • PHP
  • Python
  • JavaScript
  • and some BASH programming

with:

  • MySQL
  • PgSQL
  • SQLite

Oct
13
comment ssh-keyscan stderr comment on success
But in case of an error I can only tell there was one but not get the message.
Nov
28
comment Event ID 2013 (Disk Is At Or Near Capacity) not getting logged
I have added them manually and then exported them for distribution. Only now I have noticed your answer here and decided to note the error in your entries. I have tried importing yours to and I ended up with and a and a 0.
Nov
28
comment Event ID 2013 (Disk Is At Or Near Capacity) not getting logged
My export: dword:00000030 and dword:00010240. I do not belive the data is exported as HEX.
Nov
28
comment Event ID 2013 (Disk Is At Or Near Capacity) not getting logged
The Registry entries you provided there are not valid. a = 10 ??
Feb
11
comment get process id from path
And in order to get just the PID I added this at the end: | awk '{print $1}'
Feb
11
comment get process id from path
One instance is enough, problem comes in development when experimenting and you get crashes and such. The pid file will be left in place and the bash will presume it running. I need a sure way of knowing. I am experimenting with ps but I can't just get it. It needs to be based on path as there might be other scripts running files with the name. I have had the misfortune of having a Apache path that contained the same name run a pipe via cronolog and that got snagged by ps and made my bash script report running when in fact it was not.
Jan
8
comment php-soap 5.3.17-2 el6 x86_64
I asked Remi for the rpm and he was very nice to provide it. I tried to find the soap sources to build it but it proved to be a challenge as soap is not very popular plus Pear has released a version of their own.
Jan
7
comment php-soap 5.3.17-2 el6 x86_64
I do not want to upgrade to 5.4.10. I currently have 5.3.17-2 and I need the php-soap-5.3.17-2 package. I have tried 5.3.19 but it will not work with 5.3.17.
Jan
7
comment php-soap 5.3.17-2 el6 x86_64
I need 5.3.17-2.
Nov
13
comment Exim catchall and write individual email files
I already figured this part out. I posted a comment to my question. I now need to configure exim to write each email to an individual file.
Nov
13
comment Exim catchall and write individual email files
OK thankfully I have found the exim -bt and thus found a way to test each atempt faster. I have figured out how to catchall now I just need to write each email to a separate file.