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I'm just a web developer with a few ideas.


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answered Reimport ssh certificate after every reboot for GIT PUSH over ssh to work
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comment example.com and www.example.com points to two different apps
@eml - Oh, from your description it sounded like your app was only responding to one of those domains. What you mean is, you are getting the same app from both domains but they aren't sharing the same session. That totally changes the question, and it might have been relevant on StackOverflow after all
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answered example.com and www.example.com points to two different apps
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comment example.com and www.example.com points to two different apps
If you're not going to give your real web address, use example.com as it's guaranteed by RFC 2606 not to be anyone else's real website
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comment Why does nginx take up so much hard drive space?
How much space does it take on your web server, and how much were you expecting?
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revised Pasting into SSH fails every 512 characters
added 130 characters in body
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asked Pasting into SSH fails every 512 characters
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comment change directory automatically on ssh login
It's not really that big a deal to be honest. I'm just in the situation where the vast majority of the time I log into this server I head straight to one of two directories (depending on which host I'm using)
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comment change directory automatically on ssh login
That's annoying. As I mentioned in another comment, the server has a number of hostnames and I wanted to have different behaviour based on which was used. I guess it's not possible to determine which was used from .bashrc?
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comment change directory automatically on ssh login
Ok, removing quotes seem to help but I still have errors (see edited post)