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May
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accepted How do I build debian packages of kernel modules?
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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comment Samba 3 usershares “is not a directory”, or “is not a regular file”
I'm having the same issue. I have set up a usershare and guests can see it but not access it. I'm not really sure why samba wants this to be a file.
Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
23
comment ARP replies contain wrong MAC address
Very informative reply, but as the OP said, he tried that and linked to the similar answer serverfault.com/a/30648/57200
Jan
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comment ssh: “Access denied by PAM account configuration” for one non-root user but not another
@spazm Thanks for commenting. This was useful for me: I'd manually copied users from another machine and forgotten to copy the /etc/shadow entry of the one user without a password.
Oct
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Sep
12
accepted nested locations nginx
Sep
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comment nested locations nginx
I got confused by your first sentence, but your examples make sense. I assume in the last example, the prefix location /b will throw an error?
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awarded  Curious
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May
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answered Where is the best place to label a server?
May
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answered How to find the count of Apache workers' at a given point for shared IPs?
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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comment LVM partition “Not available”?
how do avoid having to run this every reboot?
Aug
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comment git refuses to send credentials over http?
with the 401 response, what are you sending in the WWW-Authenticate header?
Aug
16
comment git refuses to send credentials over http?
I would recommend you use socat or stunnel to decrypt an https connection to github, then use wireshark to monitor what git is doing.
Aug
13
comment github push -> redmine issue duplicate comments
how can i modify the hook so that it excludes already pushed commits? i know how to do this with a shell command, but i'm very lost when reading the ruby.