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comment /dev/* permission
So you stripped udev out of your system?
Jan
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comment /dev/* permission
Are you using udev?
Jan
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comment How to Upgrade PHP to 5.4.10 on CentOS 6.3
Unless you need to, generally you don't.
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answered Easiest way to replicate users between two (or more) servers?
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comment Easiest way to replicate users between two (or more) servers?
You can have it so that only accounts that don't exist locally are looked up via LDAP.
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comment Easiest way to replicate users between two (or more) servers?
LDAP is the easier way.
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comment rpmbuild on CentOS 6.3 64-bit - broken dependencies
You can, but you have no reason to do so. Remove the 32-bit binaries.
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comment rpmbuild on CentOS 6.3 64-bit - broken dependencies
Building a 64-bit package doesn't magically turn the files it contains into 64-bit binaries.
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answered rpmbuild on CentOS 6.3 64-bit - broken dependencies
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comment Running a LAMP application entirely in memory
Have you tried talking to a DBA yet?
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comment Blocking tor from my website
... "Protect" ?
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answered Can you point all of a TLD towards Localhost in a hostsfile?
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