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Apr
12
comment What’s the difference between the “mainline” and “stable” branches of nginx?
Do you know how often the fork happens? That is, roughly when 1.9 will become the next stable version?
Feb
17
comment Upgrade PHP from 5.3 to 5.6, unmet dependencies
@Reveclair libapache2-mod-wsgi-py3 is not related to PHP in any way so I'd assume removing it would fix the issue but I don't know offhand how to resolve the dependency without removing it.
Feb
15
answered Upgrade PHP from 5.3 to 5.6, unmet dependencies
Feb
15
comment Where can I find the output of exim's 'debug_print'?
Well it's been a long time but IIRC the accepted answer was sufficient for me to get what I needed.
Jan
7
comment Apache SNI, 2 domains, 2 certs, resolves to same document root
I am having the exact same issue on 2.4.7 (Ubuntu LTS). Did you find a solution?
Oct
8
answered How to install Mysql 5.6 on Debian 7 wheezy
Sep
30
comment How to use max_post_size and upload_max_filesize in an Apache <Location> directive?
@Zilk Hehe, yes I noticed it was an old question. Maybe I'll get the Necromancer badge. :) Found the question via Google when looking for the answer myself so once I found the solution figured I might as well keep SO relevant.
Sep
30
answered How to use max_post_size and upload_max_filesize in an Apache <Location> directive?
Jun
16
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Apr
25
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Apr
24
answered Get postfix to forward root's mail
Apr
23
comment How to resolve these errors and install ClamAV for Perl under Ubuntu/Debian?
The dh-make-perl command failed for me but I was able to cd into the build directory it created and simply type make install and it installed a working .pm file. Thanks!
Mar
23
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Mar
23
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Mar
23
revised How to prevent ntpd to listen on 0.0.0.0:123?
Make it clear that the command is "ntpq -p"
Mar
23
comment How to prevent ntpd to listen on 0.0.0.0:123?
Thanks for this observation and your example showing how to verify that this is indeed the case.
Mar
23
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Mar
20
comment Logststash forwarder read error looking for ack: EOF
Thanks for the update. I actually somehow got logstash-forwarder to work well so I never switched. Not exactly sure what happened, but after a restart and fixing one host that had a bad SSL setup it started working.
Mar
19
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Mar
18
answered Logststash forwarder read error looking for ack: EOF