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bio website bradlis7.com
location Lubbock, TX
age 29
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I am a Christian, a Husband, and a Father. I work as a Web Application Developer at CoNetrix in Lubbock, TX. My previous experience is in general IT, and even had the title of CIO, but I am very pleased to pursue my long-term career goals in web development. I’m a technology expert in programming, web design, networking, hardware, Linux, and Microsoft Windows.


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comment OCFS Configuration
The PDF on oracle said it could be anything (they have 7, 6, and 10 for their example).
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comment Creating an Update System With Serial Number Logins
I did mentioned keys in the last paragraph. I do like rsync, but not sure if it would be necessary in this case.
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comment Creating an Update System With Serial Number Logins
Good point. I think I will either do a chroot or a dedicated server.
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comment Creating an Update System With Serial Number Logins
I understand permissions in Linux. The Linux machines that I have used default to read ability to 95% of files, so I would have to have a dedicated server (a virtual server could work).
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comment Iptables QUEUE Target and Snort
I'll have to try that out, if I can remember what I did. I had given up on this.
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comment Why is it bad to have a weak mysql user password?
@Lotus Notes, You should not use the root user in an application anyways. A well designed application only allows the access that is necessary. Most of the time, this includes access to the data, but not always all of the data, and in some cases, it may even be read-only.