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My Laptop is a server...

Linux Mint 10.4 64 i7-740Q 8GB / 1500GB

  • Oracle 11gR2 server
  • MySQL6 alpha (the one before SUN takeover)
  • eXist-DB
  • Apache
  • Tomcat 7
  • Cocoon
  • JBoss AS + JBoss ESB

Dec
9
comment Red Hat dynamic partitioning of hardware resources
Thx. I went with PowerVM.
Apr
22
comment Tomcat Server won't respond on port 80
+1 Well done. I thought about that on my way back home. That's consistent with the fact that 8090 works fine.
Apr
22
comment Tomcat Server won't respond on port 80
I know only tomcat, not TeamCity, but I'd try to change on 8090 (for instance) to see if the port settings is taken from where I think it is (e.g. server.xml) if that works then there is something fishy with 80. Otherwise the port settings are non standard in TeamCity. Sorry that's all I can think of at the moment.
Apr
1
comment How to stop connecting to www.download.windowsupdate.com
+1 - I thought about this as well. I did not mention it because my understanding was that the OP had turned the windows update service off. Otherwise, yes that might be a way. But then setting a WSUS is not a common maintenance task.
Apr
1
comment How to stop connecting to www.download.windowsupdate.com
You must create the Registry Path and Key. You might be right for the way the resolution is performed inside the subversion client, but I see no reason for this. The log should actually tell you how the resolution is performed. The other two solutions proposed in that thread are not bad and I would eventually resort to one of them (and actually did in the past), but I believe you first have to trace what's happening and that would involve creating/declaring and reading that log.