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bio website mikelward.com
location Mountain View, CA
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Computer guy from Australia now living in the US.

Part sysadmin, part developer, part web developer.

My name is pronounced like "Michael".


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awarded  Excavator
Sep
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revised init script is not getting installed to /etc/init.d
make title more descriptive of the specific problem
Sep
19
suggested suggested edit on init script is not getting installed to /etc/init.d
Sep
19
comment init script is not getting installed to /etc/init.d
Possibly related: How do I add an init.d script into a .deb
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answered How to block malformed requests to Apache
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awarded  Student
Mar
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comment How to make scp copy hidden files?
I can't reproduce that behavior. scp -r source/ host:source2 copies dot files. Works in OpenSSH 5.1 from 2007.
Mar
7
comment How to add a DNS record
And I assuming the FQDN is being added to the end, not the start.
Mar
7
comment How to add a DNS record
Add a dot (.) at the end.
Mar
5
comment getfacl command and Linux file permissions - getting 403 error when accessing Wordpress
Group apache should be fine. The problem is that group Apache is missing x bits, so Apache can't see inside the wp-content directory. Your command would work, but would leave the group permissions in a weird state.
Mar
5
revised getfacl command and Linux file permissions - getting 403 error when accessing Wordpress
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