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Oct
6
comment `svn checkout` on the SVN server causes the repo to break with a 301 error
svn gives you 301 error on file:// ? That's weird
Oct
6
comment See which directory takes space without considering other mountpoints
You're welcome :)
Oct
6
comment Hosting on Windows vs Linux
if only powershell was half as sane as UNIX shell...
Oct
6
answered See which directory takes space without considering other mountpoints
Oct
6
answered `svn checkout` on the SVN server causes the repo to break with a 301 error
Oct
6
comment Very high density PC/rack required
I just wanted to warn about the "No one ever got fired for buying IBM" fallacy. If you have very close ties/relation with Intel, it may really be a better idea to go along with them.
Oct
6
comment What is windows “interactive user”?
one that can login to graphical terminal? not only be used as owner of service?
Oct
6
answered Very high density PC/rack required
Oct
6
comment Unix: Accessed Denied, and cannot delete file?
yes it's a very poor choice, but that was about your ability to delete files in directory you don't have write access to
Oct
6
comment Webinterface for configuring SVN access in mod_dav_svn?
you could try to interface it to LDAP, I haven't done that though (still on my TODO)
Oct
6
comment how i can check if the path (file) exist or not in unix bash?
you need ";" before "else", additional one before "fi" won't hurt either. You also have a space between "/" and "$1"
Oct
6
comment OpenVPN port-share with Apache/SSL
yes, true, but it's likely that openVPN will redirect to the same IP, not localhost (that would be the sane thing to do)
Oct
6
comment Centralized Authentication Method
I've updated the answer. And, no, when the LDAP server is down name resolving and authentication doesn't work, you need caching or fallback servers to keep authentication working
Oct
6
revised Centralized Authentication Method
updated information
Oct
6
answered What is a RAID superblock?
Oct
6
comment Wow, there is no way this is wrong. What is wrong?
obvious finger pointing at "." in PATH, poke poke
Oct
6
answered Centralized Authentication Method
Oct
6
comment How do i know which program-user access a certain folder in linux debian?
then default ACLs could be a solution (setfacl -R -m d:g:svn_users:rwx svn-repo), I'd recommend serving it through Apache either way (audit logs, better authentication/authorization, integration with LDAP, no problems with permissions..., access to newest files with any web browser)
Oct
6
comment Unix: Accessed Denied, and cannot delete file?
That's at least weird, anyway: 1. root can override any and all permissions, 2. check if you're not using ACLs 3. Are you using a UNIX file system (ext, xfs, etc.)?
Oct
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