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Senior PHP Developer / Team Lead


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comment Getting around the lack of GPT support with CentOS 5.4
If you have <2TB drives, yes you don't need to mess about with GPT and can use MSDOS.
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revised Prevent scanning of the Apache's /default directory
Replaced link with correct URL on my site. Fixed a minor typo
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comment Prevent scanning of the Apache's /default directory
Thank you for linking to my site but you have linked to a dynamic link on richardjh.org used for paging results. The contant on that page will change as posts are added. Perhaps You meant to use richardjh.org/blog/…. I have edited you answer to use this URL I hope that is ok.
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comment Getting around the lack of GPT support with CentOS 5.4
I get a lot of people click through to my site from this link but the answer here has only one upvote and my post has no comments. I want to make sure that my post helps people get around the limitations of CentOS5 installation. If it doesn't, can you let me know so I can add more detail?
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comment Organizing .conf apache configuration per domain
By creating your configurations in sites-available and then symlinking them in sites-enabled, it allows you to disable sites without having to delete the configurations. There are other ways to achieve this, but this is the convention to do it this way.
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comment centos ruby 1.8.7 repository
@Rilindo: I find that solves a lot of problems with CentOS.
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comment use incrontab to run a cron job when anything under a directory is modified using *
+1 Your syntax looks right. Is it that you just don't see "this is a test..." displayed?
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answered SSH: what is the best way to achieve secure connection with dynamic IP?
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revised Getting around the lack of GPT support with CentOS 5.4
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