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Dec
2
comment Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server: Reconnect by Client Name
That's what we're doing right now, but it'd be cleaner to have a single user. Can't seem to find a way to do it like that though.
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asked Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server: Reconnect by Client Name
Jan
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comment Nginx: Modify response body with additional request
Well, sadly it requires a bit of a knack for XSLT 1.0, which tends to scare people off, but it did seem relevant to your problem. Worst case it'll give you a new angle ;).
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Jan
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answered Nginx: Modify response body with additional request
Jan
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comment Is there a reason I shouldn't use iptables port forwarding?
Actually on Linux there are ways around that limitation, see for example the answer here: stackoverflow.com/questions/413807/…
Jan
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answered Is there a reason I shouldn't use iptables port forwarding?
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answered how much memory does my ubuntu server have free?
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Jan
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comment Easiest way to implement url rewriting for multiple VHost on Nginx
You can certainly put this file in your FTP folder. It may or may not be a security concern if you do any sensitive processing in there - or if other users have access to your FTP folder. Assuming no other users have access to your FTP folder, you'll be fine, but you might want to block access to that file - for example with something like a location /somefile.nginx { deny all; } directive. And using incrond instead of a normal cron should work fine, too - it's still just a regular file ;).
Jan
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answered Easiest way to implement url rewriting for multiple VHost on Nginx
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answered Simple way to extend server disk capacities