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answered Update openssh from 4.7 to 5.X on Ubuntu 8.04
Nov
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comment SquirrelMail Installation Problem
I prefer 1777. When the sticky bit is set (the 1 in 1777), only the item's owner, the directory's owner, or the superuser can rename or delete files.
Nov
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comment I want to find something and kill it
Make a mental note though that if one day you use "killall" in a Solaris machine it will kill all active processes
Nov
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answered I want to find something and kill it
Nov
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answered SquirrelMail Installation Problem
Nov
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comment Bash: Difference between > and >> operator?
Because I was neither angry at nor impolite to him.
Nov
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answered Find users currently logged in using ldap?
Nov
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revised PHP mail() is not working, need help setting up exim4
grammar correction
Nov
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answered PHP mail() is not working, need help setting up exim4
Nov
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comment Bash: Difference between > and >> operator?
Oh come on! This is not RTFM! You can go to the manpage of bash (and I provided a link to it) press ctrl-F and type >> The first thing it shows is the usage of >> Plus, this question is homework: Do we answer homework (it was answered by andyh_ky) or do we show where the answer is?
Oct
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answered Bash: Difference between > and >> operator?
Oct
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comment How to edit /etc/shadow on many Linux servers?
+1 for Expect.Use "chpasswd -e" inside the loop. That way you will not type the cleartext password. Chpasswd manpage: linux.die.net/man/8/chpasswd
Oct
31
answered How to check, if IPs in your network are blacklisted?
Oct
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answered Unable to browse one server unless using FQDN all others work
Oct
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comment Incremental backups of Subversion repositories
-1 Because time is a limited resource for everybody.
Oct
29
comment Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
Are we talking about your domain? For if we are, I see that it is delegated as a CNAME which makes it impossible to delegate any other information with it: zytrax.com/books/dns/ch8/cname.html - Can you post the relevant contents of the named.conf and the zone file? Even though you do not directly edit them.
Oct
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comment Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
It does not cache information for master zones. There is something wrong with either your named.conf (is it declared as a master zone?) or with the SOA and/or NS RRs of your zone.
Oct
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answered Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
Oct
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answered Dummy SMTP server as a service
Oct
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