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bio website martijn.coppoolse.com
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Software developer for a living, I tend to spend way too much time on it after work as well...

"Born and bred" Microsoft adept, I'm currently rather in(to) the Delphi corner of the world. This hasn't prevented standards-based languages like XML, XSL, (X)HTML, CSS and Javascript to open my eyes to open source environments, which have been alluring ever since.

Perhaps Delphi Prism and Mono will finally provide a way to bridge both worlds...


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comment Has my Linux server been compromised? How do I tell?
Interesting... Dropbox was installed at the time; it no longer is. (For me, the question is moot anyway: the (belated) release-upgrade from lucid to precise I attempted last week went south; now the machine won't boot for lack of a '/' partition... Time for a complete reinstall.)
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comment Has my Linux server been compromised? How do I tell?
@CodeBling: the owner of the file is my 'regular' user name; the one that's also mentioned in the e-mail message.
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comment Has my Linux server been compromised? How do I tell?
It's actually the first time I've seen a message like this -- but doesn't the COMMAND=/bin/sh /tmp/tmpPHBmTO indicate that they already had access?
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Thanks a lot, this one also works. I’ve accepted this answer because of the tip about sub_filter; fossil does assume that it’s sitting in the root of the server, so I need to rewrite the URLs in the page...
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Thanks a bunch, this seems to do the trick! I hadn’t found the = prefix. And yes, I do want to strip off fossil; I just made a mistake in my question: /fossil/ should redirect to Apache (on :8001), /fossil/* should redirect to the Fossil server (on :8080). It turns out, though, that Fossil wants to sit on the root path, so it doesn’t quite work yet. I guess I’ll have to use a subdomain for it...
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