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bio website tiq.com/~erik
location Norway
age 42
visits member for 4 years
seen Sep 17 '13 at 6:38

I'm a philosophy student and I worked my way through university by doing CS work, loves big text corpuses, GIS and arcane Unix things..


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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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comment Re-Route Mail to a port other than 25
Why do you need MX record for your laptop? Usually you have a server that receives the mail via SMTP that you then fetch via what ever method suits you..
Dec
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revised Enter password only once for ssh
added 18 characters in body
Dec
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comment IIRF - Redirecting all traffic to the http equivalent
That sounds strange, but then maybe it handles VirtualDirs different. Are you sure?
Dec
22
revised Serving static web files off a non-standard port
added 543 characters in body
Dec
22
answered Serving static web files off a non-standard port
Dec
22
revised centos 100% disk full - How to remove log files, history, etc?
centos not Ubuntu
Dec
22
comment centos 100% disk full - How to remove log files, history, etc?
FWIW: I don't really like using partition when there is no real use for them. If you want to use them as administrative boundaries you better have LVM/ZFS or some kind of easy way to extend them..
Dec
22
answered centos 100% disk full - How to remove log files, history, etc?
Dec
21
answered IIRF - Redirecting all traffic to the http equivalent
Dec
21
revised Enter password only once for ssh
added 523 characters in body; added 29 characters in body
Dec
21
answered Enter password only once for ssh
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21
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Dec
21
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Dec
21
answered SymLinks vs. PHP Includes (performance)
Dec
21
answered postfix remote mx 0.0.0.0 looping
Dec
21
revised What program sent which packet to the network
I would like a solution for systemtap or oProfile but... ; added 26 characters in body
Dec
21
comment What program sent which packet to the network
Not really, works great here. Using it on 4 firewalls with mysql backend. :-)