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I'm a Software Engineer with 9 years of experience. I'm specialized in Java and Agile (XP, Scrum and Lean) and work as Agile Architect/Coach/Facilitator.

I like GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, open source philosophy, knowledge sharing, finding innovative solutions, continuous improvement, building better software, Toyota,...

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answered what is the linux command for a root to delete a folder from home directory of any user
Nov
10
comment apache2, vhosts and servername directive
Regarding your first question, vhosts can be ip-based or name-based. So no, they don't have to be on a different network.
Nov
10
comment apache2, vhosts and servername directive
... this is probably just me missing something simple : yes (and this is actually how the /etc/hosts looks like in Karmic, this is how this bug has been fixed). I'm afraid that I get the same result: the error message goes away, but the vhost is no longer accessible. : I can guarantee that this would be for another configuration mistake, I have fully working vhost with this setup.
Nov
10
comment apache2, vhosts and servername directive
I'm not sure to understand your comment :) The solution above solves the apache warning and has no impact on vhost. Did you try it? Do you still have problems?
Nov
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answered apache2, vhosts and servername directive
Nov
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answered How to clear linux logs?
Oct
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answered certificate error while subdomain forwarding
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Oct
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accepted Why should I switch to ext4 when upgrading to Ubuntu 9.10?
Oct
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comment Why should I switch to ext4 when upgrading to Ubuntu 9.10?
@Bill Well, I guess Ext4 was considered stable in Jaunty. So it's not really a first stable release. However, I'm not sure many people used it and totally agree with your advice (waiting for some people to loose data). BTW, XFS could be indeed a good idea. Thanks.
Oct
9
answered Why should I switch to ext4 when upgrading to Ubuntu 9.10?
Oct
9
comment Why should I switch to ext4 when upgrading to Ubuntu 9.10?
Thanks for the answer. However, I've read somewhere: "Ext4 is backward compatible with the ext3 disk format so all you need to do is to mount your ext3 filesystem as ext4 (edit /etc/fstab and reboot). You can later use tune2fs to turn on new ext4 features, but then you need to do a full fsck and wont be able to mount the filesystem as ext3 any more. Only new files created will use the extents feature though.". I'm not sure I'll do this move for now.
Oct
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asked Why should I switch to ext4 when upgrading to Ubuntu 9.10?
Oct
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comment How do snapshot backups work?
Are you referring to incremental backups?
Sep
23
answered How can I ensure that an environment variable is set for a user in a bash session?
Sep
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comment How can I ensure that an environment variable is set for a user in a bash session?
did you mean ~/.bash_profile ?
Sep
23
answered Prevent a download to saturate all bandwidth on Linux
Sep
22
answered How to understand the memory usage and load average in linux server
Sep
22
answered Installing SSL Support in Weblogic 10