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Mar
12
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
10
asked Secure way to run a script on a remote server without requiring authentication
Mar
8
comment MySQL equivalent to .pgpass, or automatic authentication in a cron job for mySQL
One thing I guess to add is that if running the script using sudo, you need to use -H to make sure that it uses root's home directory. But I think that problem shouldn't be an issue in a root cron job, correct?
Mar
8
comment MySQL equivalent to .pgpass, or automatic authentication in a cron job for mySQL
Yeah bleh, apparently my search-fu is lacking.
Mar
8
accepted MySQL equivalent to .pgpass, or automatic authentication in a cron job for mySQL
Mar
8
comment MySQL equivalent to .pgpass, or automatic authentication in a cron job for mySQL
Hmm, strangely, I found something promising through google rather than serverfault's own search: stackoverflow.com/questions/601995/…
Mar
8
accepted SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
Mar
8
answered SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
Mar
8
asked MySQL equivalent to .pgpass, or automatic authentication in a cron job for mySQL
Jan
28
revised SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
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Jan
28
comment SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
See serverfault.com/posts/107027/revisions for proof that it was always like that.
Jan
28
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Jan
28
comment SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
I also restarted postfix, still no change.
Jan
28
comment SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
Nope, I didn't edit that part of the post, it was always like that. I've restarted spamd maybe 10 times in the past hour. Also, the file in /var/lib/spamassassin/3.002005/updates_spamassassin_org/72_active.cf also has the fixed rule with [2-9] instead of [1-9]. While I'm not very practiced with regex, I'm not ignorant with it either. What I edited was the fact that I had tried changing the score in /etc/spamassassin/local.cf and even in the main 50_scores.cf file and it still hasn't had an effect.
Jan
28
revised SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
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Jan
28
revised SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
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Jan
28
asked SpamAssassin 2010 Bug still active on my mailserver despite the offending rule being fixed - where to look to fix?
Dec
9
comment Init.d vs Cron - which to use?
Oh, does /etc/rc.local get run on shutdown or reboot (runlevels 0 and 6 if I understand correctly)?
Dec
9
comment Init.d vs Cron - which to use?
Ah, that seems to be the simplest way to do it without leaving a lot of cruft everywhere.
Dec
9
accepted Init.d vs Cron - which to use?