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bio website dan.lefree.net
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seen Jun 14 '13 at 15:50

Web developer and designer here to learn a thing or two about system administration and possibly help out a bit.


Jan
13
answered Strange request - http://66.196.81.202/error/vote
Jan
12
answered Reducing Loading of Advertisers Scripts
Jan
9
answered Hiding godaddy domain info from whois e.g. domain tools
Jan
6
answered How do I know what VPS to take?
Jan
4
comment Apache server, PHP
Do you have any mod_rewrite directives intended to block image hotlinking?
Jan
4
answered apache automatically completes url
Jan
3
answered Strange PHP output buffering
Jan
3
answered Own server, multiple website: most secure PHP setup
Dec
30
answered I'm trying to set up a LAMP server so it's totally anonymous, any suggestions?
Dec
29
revised Apache -> redirect requests to PhpMyAdmin?
Removed extraneous rule
Dec
29
comment Apache -> redirect requests to PhpMyAdmin?
@AXL - Very glad to hear you were able to get it working - have you seen the mod_rewrite "master question" ..? There are some great tips to look at, if you'd like to master mod_rewrite: serverfault.com/questions/214512/…
Dec
29
comment Log analyzer that calculates “time on page”?
@Robert Moir What if you're trying to identify the portions of your site that your users have the most trouble navigating? i.e. yes, they're abandoning their carts to shop at Amazon, but is it because they can't find the "add to cart" button on the product page or because the product images aren't appealing or the price is too high or ..? Time on page helps identify your users' habits and define their experience - not necessary but not entirely useless, either.
Dec
29
comment Apache -> redirect requests to PhpMyAdmin?
@AXL - My apologies for any miscommunication on my part - please try the new example in my answer.
Dec
29
revised Apache -> redirect requests to PhpMyAdmin?
Updated with asker's rules
Dec
29
comment Block facebook even in the case users get their hands on tor, freegate and similar applications
@Buggabill ... and in that case you allow the sites and set up a script to forward a message to the Person In Charge on the floor who is tasked with enforcing the AUP - nothing's technically stopping the users from doing what they're not supposed to, a manager just magically appears...
Dec
29
comment Block facebook even in the case users get their hands on tor, freegate and similar applications
I'd put my money on the fact that the "no Facebook" policy's enforcement begins and ends at the call center/sales floor.
Dec
29
comment Remote file access
"My understanding of scp..." - then you'll be glad to learn that it is possible to restrict users to SFTP: debian-administration.org/articles/94
Dec
29
comment Block facebook even in the case users get their hands on tor, freegate and similar applications
Cell jammers exist - they don't comply to FCC regulations (obviously) but the most draconian of corporate IT departments is probably already irradiating their staff with 'em.
Dec
29
answered Block facebook even in the case users get their hands on tor, freegate and similar applications
Dec
29
answered Remote file access