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bio website econemon.com
location Berlin, Germany
age 34
visits member for 5 years, 4 months
seen Mar 21 at 12:34

I'm running my own startup which sells software to help companies monitor their energy consumption in detail. My programming tasks center on the Java / OSGi backend and a web-based GUI that is currently being migrated from ActionScript / Flash to JS / AJAX.


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comment WebServer Permission problem, Ubuntu & Lighttpd
That testing procedure with find is a great idea, and will help me to more quickly debug a whole class of problems like this. I have struggled with similar issues before.
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comment Lighttpd getting 403 forbidden page
@rvs - lighttpd does not seem to log reasons for a 403, at least not out of the box.
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comment Lighttpd getting 403 forbidden page
Why does it need access to /var when the docroot is /var/www?
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comment On Windows machines, what is the typical toolchain for remote maintenance?
Sounds promisingly shell-ish to this Linux guy. :)
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comment On Windows machines, what is the typical toolchain for remote maintenance?
No cygwin - I have had my share of trouble with that - but I'll consider the other hints. Thanks!
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revised On Windows machines, what is the typical toolchain for remote maintenance?
tried to be more precise, rewrote most of the question
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comment On Windows machines, what is the typical toolchain for remote maintenance?
@John - I'll edit my question and try to be more precise.
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comment On Windows machines, what is the typical toolchain for remote maintenance?
@Chida - I don't get to choose the OS and the machine(s) are not only used for what I put on them.