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bio website nathanlongmusic.com
location Augusta, GA
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I started learning web design to support my efforts as a singer/songwriter. I'm still doing that, but these days my actual job involves building intranet resources as well. My skillset is PHP, HTML, CSS, and Javascript (I'm a big fan of jQuery).

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asked How can I check which version of Riak I am running?
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comment zsh colored files directories
I assume your answer is correct for Ubuntu, but since I landed on this question via a Google search and I'm using OSX: the exact flag may vary. For me, it was ls -G. Try man ls then search with /color to find what it is for any given OS.
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revised How can I reset the password for MySQL?
Retitled to explain true intent of question, while making sure current answers will still make sense
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Jul
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comment Our security auditor is an idiot. How do I give him the information he wants?
Of all the ludicrous parts of his request, giving your private SSH key is the worst. That's like "please give me the ability to sign your name and fake your fingerprints." He is either crazy, hacking you, or a moron. Giving that up would be worse for you than getting fired for not doing it; at least you won't be in the news when the company goes down in flames.
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asked What does Nginx lack that Apache has?
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comment Correct PHP5 DLL for Apache 2.2?
@iamjonesy - No, I extracted all the PHP files into C:\php so that I could keep them together. This is cleaner, and let me do interesting stuff; for example, when I wanted to try a newer version of PHP, I renamed C:\php to c:\php_old_version (or whatever) and put the new one in C:\php. Note: to make this work, you have to add C:\php to your path in Windows, so that when Apache says "run php.exe!," Windows can say, "let's see, that's not in C:\... ah, here it is, it's in C:\php." See sleeplessgeek.blogspot.com/2010/01/… for the whole process.
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