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bio website linkedin.com/in/jgalley
location New York
age 53
visits member for 4 years, 10 months
seen Sep 5 at 16:40

Jim is an entrepreneur in residence at an early stage VC group.

Jim has led several change the industry online initiatives, including efforts at Ziff Davis, venture backed organizations such as GoCargo, and government backed projects as well.

Looking for technical direction? Need an Acting / Interim CTO? let's talk.


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comment Running Aptitude / apt-get resets archive lookup address
yes. The other 12.04 box is dhcp / using auto ethernet (dns 10.1.2.254) - tail has just 127.0.01 and a minimal network/interfaces (auto lo iface lo inet loopback). DHCP server provides opendns addresses.
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comment Running Aptitude / apt-get resets archive lookup address
yes - 10.1.2.254 does appear in resolv.conf - last nameserver entry.
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comment Running Aptitude / apt-get resets archive lookup address
yes - I changed the NS settings to google (8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4) and updates work now. Strange that the other box doesn't exhibit this NXDOMAIN problem.
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comment nginx rewrite or location
Thanks, cjc. is there a directory equivalent? that is every request to /directory2 , /directory3 , /etc. goes to /legacy-page? and - was the second rule destination (legacy-page2) a typo?
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revised nginx rewrite or location
removed duplicate rewrite line.
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comment Linux kernel crash - any ideas?
Does the second log extract provide any additional information?
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comment Debian squeeze kernel backports upgrade - moving forward?
See actual sources.list - wouldn't the above ignore the squeeze-updates (dot-deb), squeeze (debian) & squeeze/updates (debian) ?
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revised Debian squeeze kernel backports upgrade - moving forward?
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