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seen May 29 '13 at 4:38

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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Nice Answer
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accepted How can I install cold fusion on CentOS?
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comment How can I install cold fusion on CentOS?
Thanks for your answer. Appreciated. As for the surprise, I still feel it's valid.
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asked How can I install cold fusion on CentOS?
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comment How can I start nginx via upstart?
kinda worked.. thnx
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accepted How can I start nginx via upstart?
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comment How can I start nginx via upstart?
Still unknown job, alas. Where are you getting this info from? Man? Info? online? Where is 0.6.5 documented?
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revised How can I start nginx via upstart?
Tried to make question look more tasty.
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asked How can I start nginx via upstart?
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comment LDAP, Active Directory
@John paragraph 3 is how I'd do it, the first pass, answering "How would you do this?" Paragraph 2 is, admittedly not the best answer to "Is it even possible?" However, point taken. More brevity and clarity moving forward.
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comment Are there any critical reasons why one could not use ubuntu as a server platform?
LOL, Single threaded these days, just looked here again.
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comment LDAP, Active Directory
I don't know jack about life on windows anymore. I use HTTP as my rubber gloves from that environment. Great question, and I'm intensely curious about the answer. Upvoted.
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answered LDAP, Active Directory
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comment Are there any critical reasons why one could not use ubuntu as a server platform?
Apt-pinning will work. Package building also might be an option. Upvoted. Certainly do need the newer libs.
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accepted Are there any critical reasons why one could not use ubuntu as a server platform?
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comment Ubuntu 10.04 LTS - good enough to jump on it?
Puppet is the way. Civilized, in fact. You can even run it on your existing machine, it'll slurp up your config, and you can spit it out on the new one. It's a great tool.