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Jan
17
comment When does `cron.daily` run?
@Hubro: Broken. Though it is less important than the acronym UUOC (which a simple google will provide), let me try future-proof that for you: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_%28Unix%29#Useless_use_of_cat
Dec
27
awarded  Custodian
Dec
27
reviewed No Action Needed UnicodeDecodeError starting Radicale server during boot process
Dec
13
comment Linux: how to give a user permission to restart apache?
Same applies to the accepted answer.
Nov
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Jun
28
comment Linux clients for Exchange (email and) calendar
I cannot see how this answers the question.
Jun
1
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Jun
1
awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Yearling
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
26
comment ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host?
authorized_keys2
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15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
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Jun
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Sep
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
16
comment Need software to show if “user is in” the office
1. Office 365 is not available in all countries due to bandwidth limitations (OP said "different offices in different countries"). 2. Beta is free, will not last, as I'm sure you're aware. 3. Just finished Lync roll out pricing a week or two ago, and it is as expensive as most MS offerings because of the licensing required, and necessary software upgrades as well (not to mention potential server hardware/software and what not). 4. I'm not disagreeing that Lync is an awesome option for "presence" - I've seen nothing better nor more integrated. Just pointing out that it is a costly path.
Jun
16
comment Need software to show if “user is in” the office
IMHO, that definitely doesn't meet the "as little as possible" budget criteria. In fact, Lync pricing is ridiculous even by MS standards.
Jun
4
answered BIND HTTP “API”
May
23
comment Iptables ESTABLISHED,RELATED chain problems
@Evan Anderson: If it was his server accessing a remote computer via HTTPS, then surely his server's IP would be the source?