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bio website fangiotophia.com
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Software architect working with PHP, Rails, PostgreSQL, jQuery, SproutCore and vim (the best damn editor on the planet).

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Aug
12
comment Compare & Copy missing files from identical directory on Remote Server
+1 - I was about to add this answer myself :-)
Aug
12
comment Preferred way to install Ruby/Rake for all users
+1/Accepted - Thanks voretaq7. I'm currently looking into chef, and it seems to be doing what I need. I appreciate the help and pointing me in the proper direction instead of giving me a solution that would lead me down a more painful path later :-)
Dec
21
comment SSH if command output is more than about 5 lines
Ah ha ha, Yeah, ServerFault, not StackOverflow...it's a Monday =P
Dec
21
comment SSH if command output is more than about 5 lines
Might want to ask this on StackOverflow, but it sounds like it might be a problem with special characters (color perhaps) as vi doesn't do any coloring (unless it's actually vim).
Dec
21
comment Easiest way to email file via command line in *nix?
+1 - This was perfect for what I need as it's easy and still actively being maintained! If you're on a Debian system, you can just aptitude install sendemail. Note that the command gets installed as sendEmail with a capital 'E'.
Dec
21
comment Help with SPF and Wacky Setup
John, the link to the SPF wizard doesn't work...can you please relink?
Dec
4
comment Debian Apache2 and SSL
It worked, I was correct about the two original files and the old key file worked when I renamed it, so I don't know if it was just never renamed or what. Anyway, thanks for your help!
Dec
4
comment Debian Apache2 and SSL
As it turns out, we are using an old key file from our old domain...or it's the new file but was renamed wrong. Is it possible to use the same key file for multiple domains?
Dec
4
comment Debian Apache2 and SSL
I'm at lunch at the moment. I'll look for it in just a bit though. Thanks for your confirmation. If two people think it, perhaps it's right :-) Or, we'll all fall off a cliff and die =P
Nov
12
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
@JosephL - Thanks! That should work perfectly :-)
Nov
11
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
@JoesephL - Thanks, it worked! Now the only problem is that it requires me to type the password for every myfile.sql that I import (which is only 3 at the moment, but it's still a lot of user interaction). Any idea how to change that?
Nov
11
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
@JoesephL - Thanks, I'll give it a try and comment.
Nov
11
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
@ironchef - Yeah, that thought crossed my mind; attempted it, still the same problem.
Nov
11
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
I tried grant all privileges on database demo to demo; but I am still getting ERROR: permission denied for relation whatever. I am running 8.3.
Nov
11
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
Updated code to show that it is going into the demo database. Does it matter what user I use to import it?
Nov
11
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
Thanks, I think I tried this, but I'll try again and come back to comment/select an answer.
Nov
11
comment Proper Way to Grant Permissions in PostgreSQL
Unfortunately, as my question attempted to state, what I have done is NOT granting permissions on the demo table for the demo user. I can't do a simple select statement on the table until I have executed grant all on table_name to demo.
Oct
9
comment “No space left on device”, df shows discrepancy
@nfm Hey, I have been doing basic Linux administration on home boxes for years and never heard of it. +1 for great information :-)
Oct
9
comment Securely Deleting Files on Linux Journaled Filesystem
+1 and solved! Thanks very much, I wasn't expecting an answer that was correct and let me do less work :-)
Oct
2
comment Securely Deleting Files on Linux Journaled Filesystem
My apologies for not being up-to-date, but how is this any different than what shred or srm do?