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bio website christian.sciberras.me
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Software Developer and Computer Enthusiast.

Mostly it's web development (PHP, HTML, JS, CSS), but I'm ok with some Delphi(Lazarus) and Java. I also do some occasional ruby/python. Though c/c++ is an easy deterrent.

Aaanyway, if you need help, I'm easily found at uuf6429[at]gmail[dot]com. This serves as my email account as well as msn/gtalk (and uuf6429 for skype) handle.

If you want to help ME instead, it's either offering your super developer skills, or a bottle of Baileys.


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answered Real-time monitoring script for apache with only specific fields listed
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revised Apache vhost-specific logging
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Apr
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comment Apache vhost-specific logging
@Jensd That's a possibility. My problem is that there are other people that may add domains.
Apr
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comment Apache vhost-specific logging
@JennyD That point is not really feasible - the file is created only once (the first request) and opened when necessary (as is always the case).
Apr
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comment Apache vhost-specific logging
@Jensd I don't know how the other log files work because they're done through Plesk. I can't go with the <VirtualHost> way because it would mean having to do this change manually each time a new domain is added.
Apr
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Jan
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comment How do you install Node.JS on CentOS?
@JohnHunt Installing from source means you can't cleanly uninstall any more. I've had this same problem with Ruby. Fortunately, I could just rollback the VM image... Installing from source means you need to have deep understanding of the package you're installing. Considering there are thousands of linux packages, this is not an option!
Jan
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comment How to figure out which processes are deleting files from a specific directory?
@voretaq7 No, that would fail. It needs a second parameter, the type of flag (0-silent, 1-print, 2-panic).
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comment SSH Server, pushed to client
First of all, the country ISP refuse to support IPv6, secondly you make it sound like some sort of holy grail... why does it fix my problems when it is just and addressing system? Can you give more details in your comments....such as proving your arguments with references/facts?
Nov
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Nov
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comment SSH Server, pushed to client
You are correct about S1, it is indeed publicly accessible. Both N1 and N2 use NAT and are private - N1 (where S1 lies) has a static IP, while N2 does not.
Nov
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comment SSH Server, pushed to client
How is IPv6 relevant? @LaurentiuRoescu C1 and C2's internal IPs may change according to what their routers decide (R1 and R2). N1 and N2 are not at the same location. As I said, they're just connected to the Internet.
Nov
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comment SSH Server, pushed to client
We've got a server on N1 (same subnet as C1). So basically I'm telling the two computers (C1 and C2) to connect to S1 which serves as some sort of proxy?
Nov
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comment SSH Server, pushed to client
@LaurentiuRoescu - I'm sorry, first time I'm doing a network topology sort of question, so I might have left out some crucial details. I didn't understand the part about private IP address, but they are connected to the internet directly. There's the gateway at 192.168.1.1.