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Mar
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answered Remotely enter encryption key?
Mar
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answered “Disk /dev/xvda1 doesn't contain a valid partition table”
Feb
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answered Cannot connect to a MySql Server using MySql Workbench with no apparent reason
Feb
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revised Configuration Compliance auditing for many CentOS 5.x boxes
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Feb
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answered Configuration Compliance auditing for many CentOS 5.x boxes
Jan
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answered Remove Exim version number
Dec
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revised One domain name two sites on two servers
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Dec
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answered One domain name two sites on two servers
Dec
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answered How to create dummy user?
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Sep
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revised Is it possible to run two webservers on the same port on the same server? E.g., Apache and Lighttpd
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Sep
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comment Debian debian filesystem layout
+1 The LSB defines places where it's acceptable to install user software. If you want to install stuff in the same place as the package manager, then create a package and let the package manager manage it. Otherwise, you're going to wind up playing tug-of-war.
Sep
19
answered Is it possible to run two webservers on the same port on the same server? E.g., Apache and Lighttpd
Aug
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comment sftp chrooted dosent work with some sftp client (Cyberduck)
@Doug - Yes, adding the above line to /etc/pam.d/login should enforce the umask of 0002 for all members of group sftpjail. Of course, your group name will be different.
Jun
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revised XEN VM config locations on Debian Squeeze
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Jun
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comment XEN VM config locations on Debian Squeeze
Being most familiar with Debian, I find the configurations are in the places I expect them to be ;-)
Jun
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revised XEN VM config locations on Debian Squeeze
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answered XEN VM config locations on Debian Squeeze
Apr
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comment sftp chrooted dosent work with some sftp client (Cyberduck)
@emaaaa It's working for me on several systems. My best guess is that you still have something misconfigured.