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comment Linux: Where to put the swap file
@gerlos That get's gnarly if you you do things like encrypt your filesystem. Having swap on it's own partition makes things like that easier, not harder. Worst case scenario if the partition isn't available you don't get any swap enabled.
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comment Why is there a difference with Unix date between 2 and 3 months
Doh! I think I need to go grep through some of my scripts as I suspect I've overlooked this suggestion on date usage.
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answered Couldn't drop privileges: User is missing UID (see mail_uid setting)
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comment BIND: How do I allow DNS query from specific external host?
@voretaq7 When you live in a country that blocks all open recursive nameservers and spoofs known popular ones, there is good reason to do this. This answer is for too dismissive.
Mar
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comment Apache SSHA password support
@OlivierS Mostly because LDAP is a pain in the butt and having to have a some sort of slave LDAP server on a variety of systems including embedded devices is way more work and introduces far more potential for breakage than having a .htaccess file in the DocumentRoot.
Mar
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comment Apache SSHA password support
@OlivierS I am using mod_authz_ldap for most applications but there are a few where either offering matching LDAP accounts is out of my control or where contacting the ldap server is out of the question. Being able to fetch the existing SSHA password fields, put them in an .htaccess file, add a few more and bundle the result as a stand alone deployment of a site is the use case here.
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revised What “access rights” could be blocking access to a gitlab repository?
added just a tidbit that I discovered now that it's working
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