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Jan
15
comment How do I increase the buffer size for domain sockets in OS X 10.6
Without knowing what the buffer size is, how can I know when to back off? If I use INET sockets it works just fine in OS X.
Jan
15
comment Is there some way (in Linux) to set how syslog writes its timestamp
An ISO date is pretty much what I am looking for. The version reported by syslogd -v is syslogd 1.4.1.
Jan
15
asked How do I increase the buffer size for domain sockets in OS X 10.6
Jan
15
asked Is there some way (in Linux) to set how syslog writes its timestamp
Jun
26
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May
27
awarded  Commentator
May
27
comment How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
@Chealion That is what I was trying (I have been on Stack Overflow for a couple months now), but it wasn't working. I just tried it again and it worked. Odd.
May
27
accepted How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
May
27
comment How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
well, git filter-branch --env-filter 'export GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL="foo@example.com";GIT_AUTHOR_NAME="Foo"' is a lot simpler, thanks. This would be the accepted answer if I could change it (it looks like there is a bug with Server Fault).
May
27
answered How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
May
27
accepted How do I fix the metainformation on the first commit in git?
May
27
asked How do I fix the metainformation on the first commit in git?
May
27
awarded  Teacher
May
26
answered How to control access permission with git
May
26
asked How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
May
26
comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
Set Service Order does not list the VMWare interfaces. I tried moving the wireless device to the top of the list, but that had no effect.
May
24
comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
I don't have any entries for 224.0.0.0
May
22
comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
This is purely a case of OS X deciding to use the wrong network.
May
22
comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
No virtual machines are currently running.
May
22
comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
This question isn't about a getting a virtual machine to use a given interface, it is about getting OS X to use a given network for mdns. mdns returns my address on the 192.168.132.0/24 rather than on the 192.168.10.0/24 network when I am on wireless.