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bio website telemetry.com
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I like whisky (scotch) and whiskey (bourbon), most foods and music, flying kites and software as a means to an end.


Sep
1
awarded  Yearling
Oct
8
comment Forcing SSL with mod_rewrite
@RyanS - no it didn't. Enable RewriteLog to convince yourself.
Oct
7
comment Forcing SSL with mod_rewrite
@RyanS - HTTP_HOST doesn't know anything about "subdomains", it contains the entire name supplied in the URL. That means test.example.com will redirect to test.example.com
Oct
7
answered Forcing SSL with mod_rewrite
Sep
30
comment How is htop “Swp” calculated?
I'm sorry I missed that part. It's probably something specific to OSX.
Sep
30
answered How is htop “Swp” calculated?
Sep
1
awarded  Yearling
Aug
26
answered authbind + java + ubuntu still fails - why?
Aug
19
comment How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
@mark, Try creating a question and explain what you have tried. Authbind has been the default for Ubuntu/Debian Java applications for a long time.
May
31
answered How to delete all mail in solaris
Feb
10
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
2
awarded  Yearling
Aug
20
answered Using Ubuntu Karmic as an L2TP Client for VPN
Jun
20
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
9
comment Adding more than one IP to sip.conf tcpbindaddr and udpbindaddr (Asterisk 1.8)
It shouldn't matter if asterisk binds to 192.168.1.1 if hardphone can connect to 192.168.1.1
Jun
9
comment Adding more than one IP to sip.conf tcpbindaddr and udpbindaddr (Asterisk 1.8)
Add a new question. Draw your network and ask how to set up routing. It's really off-topic (has nothing to do with asterisk).
Jun
9
comment Adding more than one IP to sip.conf tcpbindaddr and udpbindaddr (Asterisk 1.8)
Why don't you simply enable routing? Surely that would be less difficult since you're using exclusively private addresses.
Jun
8
awarded  Nice Answer
May
1
comment Problem migrating from Dovecot to Zimbra
You've messed something up. The master login doesn't require you log in twice. Perhaps you forgot to add pass=yes to the master passdb section? Or perhaps your checkpassword tool is configured wrong? Perhaps tracing the authentication process will help.
May
1
answered Speed up Microsoft Windows DNS Server