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Sep
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answered Deploying code to servers into a load balanced environment
Sep
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answered VMware Linux Server — how can you tell if you are a vm or real hardware?
Sep
15
answered best filesystem for mysql @ net-volume @ ec2
Sep
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answered What are some informative and useful shell prompts? (Bash, csh, ksh, etc.)
Sep
6
comment MySQL Query Browser mysteriously can't connect
QB is a) gratis b) what everyone else here is using. Changing it means I have to support it.
Sep
6
comment Who decided the default shell prompts in Linux?
The realization that this is prevalent in RedHat also makes sense: they really don't like updating things like this for fear of "upsetting what people are used to". I kid you not: I received that response from a feature request some years ago. I no longer install RedHat if I can avoid it.
Sep
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awarded  Scholar
Sep
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accepted Who decided the default shell prompts in Linux?
Sep
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comment Who decided the default shell prompts in Linux?
I know that for my own boxes, but I can't change that on the numerous boxes I have accounts on that I don't look after. :-)
Sep
6
comment Who decided the default shell prompts in Linux?
It's the default in RedHat and derived, which is the standard one used by a lot of corporations. RedHat is also the default for most hosting services.
Sep
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revised Who decided the default shell prompts in Linux?
Repaired an edit based on a faulty assumption.
Sep
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asked Who decided the default shell prompts in Linux?
Aug
31
comment Hardened PHP deployment on Ubuntu
In Ubuntu, apt-get install php-suhosin will get you that.
Aug
31
comment Problems with running a PHP file to include directories via Linux?
I agree, this should be avoided. Unfortunately, it's sometimes necessary when using an include tree that makes assumptions about file locations.
Aug
31
answered php manual install; path to apxs2/mysql?
Aug
31
comment MySQL Query Browser mysteriously can't connect
That's depressing. It sounds like a re-install of XP is the only solution. I don't think I can arrange that. :-(
Aug
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awarded  Editor
Aug
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revised MySQL Query Browser mysteriously can't connect
Made the problem a bit clearer.
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awarded  Critic
Aug
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comment MySQL Query Browser mysteriously can't connect
You didn't read the question. There is nothing wrong with the server it is functioning entirely correctly for all other users which I clearly said. The problem lies solely with the Query Browser on one PC. All your suggestions are for fixing the server.