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Jun
30
answered How to access LVM partitions on OS X?
Jun
17
comment How make multiple directories appear as one to a user on linux?
You should bounty this… I wonder if some sort of hardlinkling (like Apple's Time Mahine)… or ZFS could do it?
Jun
1
comment Disable server access by hostname
Hmm, good idea. I wish apache could just solve all of my network security problems. Like send all bogus VNC connections and ssh attacks to some lame webpage.. that'll fool them!
May
31
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
16
asked Recursively apply ACL permissions on Mac OS X (Server)?
Feb
11
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
8
revised How to block Spiders / Scrapers by REMOTE hostname / domain for all Virtual Hosts in Apache?
struck through usecanonical
Dec
8
asked How to block Spiders / Scrapers by REMOTE hostname / domain for all Virtual Hosts in Apache?
Nov
16
awarded  Yearling
Nov
11
answered Can I use Zoneedit to do URL rewrite?
Sep
10
comment Catch-all ACL attributes via CLI for Mac OS X?
i use this all the time BTW... is there any way to combine the two?
Sep
10
accepted How to “undo” an “unzip” performed in terminal / CLI?
Aug
22
comment How to “undo” an “unzip” performed in terminal / CLI?
Oh and for the record, this can all be avoided by passing the -e $DIR option along with unzip. for example unzip -e folderInThisDir ZIPinThisFolder.zip
Aug
22
awarded  Self-Learner
Aug
22
answered How to “undo” an “unzip” performed in terminal / CLI?
Aug
22
answered How do I copy ACLs on Mac OS X?
Aug
22
asked How to “undo” an “unzip” performed in terminal / CLI?
Aug
8
comment Lightweight PHP-supporting webserver: Nginx, Cherokee, or Hiawatha?
also, for the record, some REALLY lightweight servers can also be had by using "micro-httpd" / "mini-httpd", the somewhat obscure pserv, aka "picoserv", as well as a simple perl module, or a python script running with the import BaseHTTPServer - works surprisingly well. there are so many ways to run a web server with an executable under 100k it's actually pretty amazing.
Aug
4
answered Lightweight PHP-supporting webserver: Nginx, Cherokee, or Hiawatha?
Jul
4
awarded  Commentator