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Jun
26
accepted Apache on Docker can't write to volume filesystem
Jun
26
awarded  Yearling
Jun
2
comment Newer docker client with older Docker host
I discovered you can also download pre-built clients directly. You can derive the URL from the install script at get.docker.com. For example, I needed get.docker.com/builds/Darwin/x86_64/docker-1.3.2 for OS X.
Jun
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accepted Newer docker client with older Docker host
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
comment Newer docker client with older Docker host
@MichaelHampton The developers connecting to this docker box are on various Windows and OS X workstations. They tend to have boot2docker installed and would like to use the same docker client pointed at this host.
Feb
4
asked Newer docker client with older Docker host
Dec
16
answered Apache on Docker can't write to volume filesystem
Dec
15
revised Apache on Docker can't write to volume filesystem
`{webroot}` may have been confusing. Made it concrete
Dec
15
revised Apache on Docker can't write to volume filesystem
Proof/test case
Dec
15
asked Apache on Docker can't write to volume filesystem
Nov
24
awarded  Caucus
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
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comment traceroute TCP equivalent for Windows
When I run the above command on my nmap it actually does an ICMP traceroute. Also weird, you specify port 8000, but nmap is using port 443 for the actual traceroute. Why?
Nov
27
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
7
accepted Zenoss modeling localhost
Sep
27
comment Are PHP session files ever deleted?
Actually, whether it is or not depends on how your system is configured.
Sep
27
comment Are PHP session files ever deleted?
@GetFree well, you wouldn't need to write one. There are existing session handlers for memcached, mysql, redis, postgres, msession, and many more.
Jul
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol