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UK Based Linux Sys Admin with interests in Martial Arts, Photography, DIY and "sciency" stuff


Oct
23
accepted Powershell arrays and comparissons
Oct
23
revised Powershell arrays and comparissons
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Oct
23
comment Powershell arrays and comparissons
@Fegnoid. Thanks for the suggestion, but that hasn't made any discernable difference
Oct
23
asked Powershell arrays and comparissons
Oct
1
comment Password less mysql access to specified user/script only
Similar, But it still better than having the password in plain text directly in the script.
Oct
1
accepted Why does Puppet need two runs to update bash?
Oct
1
answered Password less mysql access to specified user/script only
Oct
1
comment Why does Puppet need two runs to update bash?
@faker. Spot on! Thank you Sir! Add it as an answer and make sure it gets accepted.
Oct
1
revised Why does Puppet need two runs to update bash?
added 129 characters in body
Oct
1
asked Why does Puppet need two runs to update bash?
Sep
29
answered Postfix conditionally forward email
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
22
answered PubKey Authentication not Working
Aug
14
comment Bash convert character in variable
Quite right! Answer edited
Aug
14
revised Bash convert character in variable
Perform the sed on the NHOST variable so that the . of uptime.wsp is not replaced
Aug
14
answered Bash convert character in variable
Aug
14
comment How do I resolve OpenSSH protocol mismatch?
> does that mean it's impossible for me to access any https content on port 443? Yes. Usually ssh would run on port 22 and https on port 443. However, you could run https on port 4443 (for example)
Aug
13
answered How do I resolve OpenSSH protocol mismatch?
Aug
13
answered Repeated EC2 Apache 500 error
Feb
6
comment LSI RAID: Write cache policy affects read performance?
Yes, I hadn't spotted that. You would expect that with a file size larger than the cache size, that it would effectively revert to WriteThrough mode