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maintaining pebble, a lightweight Java blogging engine.

Jun
21
comment IT pitfalls in movies
Thanks a lot - memory creeps back... I desperately have to see that movie again, if only for this scene that has become a meme somehow...
Jun
21
answered IT pitfalls in movies
Jun
21
comment IT pitfalls in movies
In the german dubbed version of Jurassic Park 1 she even pronounced it more like "oonix" - i.e. the german voice read and pronounced the work as if it was a german word instead of an english word. This combined with the funny 3d-filesystem is even more funny. Unrelated, but my second favourite scene from that movie is the T-Rex, catching up to a car, being visible in the rear view mirror - together with the sticker "objects in rear view mirror are closer than they appear". Hillarious - and even persiflaged in one of the ToyStory movies. Memories...
Jun
4
comment How are you documenting your work, processes and environment?
See the "related" section in the sidebar - serverfault.com/questions/3970/… might be what you're looking for
Jun
1
comment Block spam by using geoip filter?
Not really answering your question, but adding another view angle: Tom Newton's answer mentions to not block but give some additional spam score to spamassassin - This is preferable to blocking completely, because you won't block international customers completely if they just happen to route their traffic (or newsletters etc) through some non-US country (or the database is not 100% correct). You'll probably catch enough spam with this technique, but - of course - you'll have to try yourself.
Jun
1
comment ubuntu does not use 100% ram
I know, but as the author was not giving any hint on what is running, I didn't make the assumption that there is a lot running. Actually I was hoping that my asking for rephrasing would trigger some more information. Being a fairly unspecific question I do like the answers assembled here though. Who knows - the question might still get rephrased...
Jun
1
answered ubuntu does not use 100% ram
May
30
comment Windows: what is the difference between DEP always on and DEP opt-out with no exceptions?
That's unfortunate... I didn't recall it in that detail. Just one more chance: You also mean it has not been discussed in the listener q&a episodes coming after the "official" DEP episodes, right? (the transcripts help to browse quickly through them)
May
29
answered Windows: what is the difference between DEP always on and DEP opt-out with no exceptions?
May
25
comment Liferay gives a StackOverFlow error when trying to access the homepage
Nice, a stackoverflow question belonging to serverfault ;-) (couldn't resist)
May
25
answered Liferay gives a StackOverFlow error when trying to access the homepage
May
25
answered Is there a good overview of the DNS system?
May
24
comment Why won't automatic login through ssh with authorized_keys work?
Sometimes I've seen sshd complain about bad permissions on the home directory - so I'd add "chmod o-rwx ~" (or at least "chmod o-w ~") to the list as setatakahashi did. This usually becomes obvious when the logfile is monitored - the error messages I've seen there always pointed in the correct direction.
May
23
answered SVN+SSH Security
May
21
awarded  Teacher
May
21
awarded  Editor
May
21
revised Cannot communicate between two VM on the same physical machine using NAT IP Addressing
missed the same ip-addresses during original answer
May
21
answered Cannot communicate between two VM on the same physical machine using NAT IP Addressing
May
17
awarded  Supporter
May
16
answered Hidden features of Oracle Database