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Jun
11
comment Python encoding problem
1. Make sure cron can send you mail and read it, it probably contains a traceback. 2. Check the output of locale is the same inside cron.
May
9
revised What are recommended SSH key settings?
grammar in title
May
9
comment sudo [ no tty present and no askpass program specified ] [ can't stat /var/run/sudo: Permission denied ]
Where is this -t thing documented? I can't get it to work.
May
9
suggested suggested edit on What are recommended SSH key settings?
Mar
25
comment Fastest time to get an EC2 instance running
Here's a pingback from the high scability blog: highscalability.com/blog/2011/3/17/…
Mar
18
awarded  Student
Mar
6
comment Cronolog vs logrotate
That looks a lot like svlogd (of runit and daemontools lineage).
Mar
1
comment Automated FileSystem Versioning on(Linux) Server
How much data, and how much churn do you expect?
Feb
28
answered What are recommended SSH key settings?
Feb
27
comment Exposing server uptime a potential security vulnerability?
I'll plug ksplice uptrack.
Feb
27
answered IPv6 works only after ping to routing box
Feb
26
comment installing lots of perl modules
@Colin, the names are completely deterministic, per Debian policy. Email::Simple becomes libemail-simple-perl.
Feb
26
answered Linux = Is there something like a “Java Shell” instead of other linux shells?
Feb
26
comment how to reduce time of git pulling each time when you do a make world on Xen source
Fix the stupid makefile.
Feb
25
answered Unix timestamp deviation
Feb
23
comment Are networks now faster than disks?
Latency != throughput. The OP was asking about the former.
Feb
8
awarded  Civic Duty
Feb
8
comment I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
Just look for the date it was killed. Add the date (\t) to your PS1 if you don't have it already. /var/log/syslog and auth.log should be enough.
Feb
8
comment After installing gitosis on my server I cannot access through SSH
Please tell me you set up gitosis for the git user and not your main account. The way you use sudo ssh tells me there may be some confusion.
Feb
8
answered I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?