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I love UNIX/Linux and Systems Administration.


Jan
27
revised How do I symlink one directory to a chrooted (jailed) directory?
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Jun
28
revised Run a local script on a remote server using ssh with out having to worry about quotes
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Jun
28
revised Run a local script on a remote server using ssh with out having to worry about quotes
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Jun
12
revised Do I have to restart my server every time I clear my nginx log file?
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Jun
12
revised FTP File Locked
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Jun
6
revised Access Denied for Specific FTP Client
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Jun
6
revised Remove files with a certain hashsum
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Jun
6
revised Remove files with a certain hashsum
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May
31
revised Apache log general analyzer with vhosts
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May
21
revised Fastest way to transfer files between servers
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May
7
revised Why is gzip compression varying in efficiency in IIS?
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Apr
19
revised Why are my “nice” levels not reflected in CPU usage?
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Apr
19
revised Why are my “nice” levels not reflected in CPU usage?
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Apr
19
revised Why are my “nice” levels not reflected in CPU usage?
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Apr
8
revised CentOS 6 won't load default (new) kernel, loads (another) older one instead
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Apr
8
revised permit a user to access a selected folder only (Active directory 2003)
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Mar
26
revised Why am I getting a Sudden Drop in throughput and sluggishness with no CPU increase
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Mar
14
revised Need to put two NIS servers in yp.conf file
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Feb
18
revised Can you please help me to find the TOMCAT 5.0.28 server start up time in windows,
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Feb
18
revised can someone help me pick out the particular field?
lets make things a little more readable