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awarded  Yearling
Sep
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answered Do you keep track of the programs you compile under unix or linux
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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comment Migrating from VExim to Postfix
@Phil: I was referring to this OID alvestrand.no/objectid/1.3.6.1.4.1306.html which seems to be reserved for a Exim LDAP schema.
Feb
25
answered Migrating from VExim to Postfix
Feb
21
comment How to install Oracle extensions for PHP on Linux SUSE?
You can add it as a ISO source in YaST or you can download and mount the ISO: mkdir -p /mnt/sdk/ && mount -o loop /path/to/sdk.iso /mnt/sdk And then add /mnt/sdk as a installation source in YaST. Or you can cherry-pick all the rpms from the ISO and upload the to the machine to install them manually using rpm.
Feb
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answered How to install Oracle extensions for PHP on Linux SUSE?
Feb
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answered Apache, mod_wsgi, Django - strange 500 errors
Feb
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comment How to do rdiff backup restore
Please elaborate on this. where exactly does it fail?
Feb
15
answered Why start script with /usr/bin/env python
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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answered How can I query the encoding of a postgresql cluster?
Jan
10
comment Debian Squeeze and available memory (1GB absent)
This is possible due to the different Linux kernel versions running in Lenny (2.6.26) and Squeeze (2.6.32) as it's up to the kernel at this stage to either display this information or not. you asked "what does absent memory mean? And how can I get 1GB of RAM back?" and as this memory is not really occupied nor really existent you cannot get it back as it was never there in the first place.
Jan
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answered Debian Squeeze and available memory (1GB absent)
Dec
2
answered how to run java program as a demon thread in linux
Dec
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answered CentOS - updating PHP via yum doesn't change the version apache uses
Dec
1
answered Secure Debian LAMP Server Setup Shell Script for Rackspace Cloud
Nov
24
answered how to do dos2unix to *.tpl recursively in linux?
Nov
22
comment Starting Postgres Server
I order to help we need to know what distribution you are running. And, if the file /etc/init.d/postgresql exists because that one is called when you issue "service postgresql status".
Nov
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