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Oct
27
comment Mirror on Github
That only gets the kernel. I need to work on other projects as well. Also, since Android has now moved away from kernel.org and this project is a mirror of the one at kernel.org, this won't work for future updates.
Oct
26
accepted Stopping SYN DDoS Attack
Oct
26
asked Mirror on Github
Oct
9
comment Apache goes down taking my sites offline
Have you tried rebuilding apache using easyapache in WHM?
Sep
29
accepted Set root password in Amazon EC2
Aug
29
comment Exim router to catch local emails
Hehe, thanks for pointing out the 'local' mistake. That crept in during the obfuscation. Didn't want to look like I was promoting a client's website or anything. Your solution works though.
Aug
29
accepted Exim router to catch local emails
Aug
23
asked Exim router to catch local emails
Aug
4
asked Use sendmail as client for relaying mail
Jul
26
awarded  Organizer
Jul
26
revised windows server creation from amazon ec2 snapshot
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Jul
26
suggested approved edit on windows server creation from amazon ec2 snapshot
Jul
20
comment Stopping SYN DDoS Attack
This option is already set but the problem still persists.
Jul
19
comment Stopping SYN DDoS Attack
Actually, I get that over my web server.
Jul
19
asked Stopping SYN DDoS Attack
Jul
13
comment Make apache on cPanel listen to 8080
Thanks. Tweak settings is exactly right and it doesn't require changes to the monitor.
Jul
13
accepted Make apache on cPanel listen to 8080
Jul
13
awarded  Commentator
Jul
13
comment Make apache on cPanel listen to 8080
Yep, I figured out the tweak settings options out late last night. Thanks anyway :)
Jul
12
comment Make apache on cPanel listen to 8080
But what happens when I create a new account or modify a previous account? That will be create to (or modified to) listen on 80, right? So, that doesn't seem a very good solution.