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answered MySQL failed to start due to many InnoDB tables?
Nov
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answered Run `certutil -DCInfo` on a different target domain
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revised Can someone explain this GlusterFS setup?
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answered Windows Server 2008 + IIS7: .ogg files can not be played
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comment iptables -P FORWARD DROP, good or bad?
+1 for having written 'Your' and then edited it to 'You're'. Cheekily, the inbox shows the initial comment. Sticklers unite :)
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comment Can Apache generate W3C extended format access logs, identical to IIS?
Last updated 2001; would be a bit scared to use that!
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answered Can Apache generate W3C extended format access logs, identical to IIS?
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revised How do I enable W3C extended logging on Apache (LAMP or XAMPP)?
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comment ./configure error installing PHP with Kerberos support on Ubuntu
libkrb5-dev should be all you need. You can check you have all the build dependencies with apt-get build-dep php5-common.
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comment iptables -P FORWARD DROP, good or bad?
In that case, you shouldn't expect to see any packets on the FORWARD chain (try -j LOG if you want to be sure you are getting one), and can DROP if you wish.