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Church of England curate, parent, previously software developer, system administrator. In no particular order.


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comment An easy way to see what in /etc/init.d/* is running?
Edited to include known working versions of Ubuntu.
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revised An easy way to see what in /etc/init.d/* is running?
Updated for Ubuntu versions
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revised An easy way to see what in /etc/init.d/* is running?
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comment An easy way to see what in /etc/init.d/* is running?
:) Any thoughts on an edit - it looks pretty clear to me.
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comment An easy way to see what in /etc/init.d/* is running?
That's why I said to install chkconfig! Because I run a variety of differeny *ixs at home and work, I checked --status-all on a 9.04 Ubuntu before I posted. Obviously, it could have been removed in 9.10, but it seemed unlikely.
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answered An easy way to see what in /etc/init.d/* is running?
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answered Apache htaccess .phps?
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comment mod_rewrite - how do I fail a rule if a header doesn't exist?
Post the whole lot if you want, and we can go from there. Ideally, you want the most restrictive rule first on the list.
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answered mod_rewrite - how do I fail a rule if a header doesn't exist?
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answered Cannot Login as root
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answered Server became dead because of memory issue
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comment Server became dead because of memory issue
First off, use the -v flags to ssh to check exactly what the problem is. ssh -vvv will give you many, many debugging messages which should tell you why you can't log in.
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comment Why is my apache log missing information?
Going to need a bit more information about your config. These are not the same requests (as af) points out. Is one a redirect to the other? Does one have authentication required, and the other not?
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comment Why is my apache log missing information?
Beaten by a couple of minutes :) Additionally, the 302 is happening while the user is not yet authenticated, so there is no userid to report at this point.