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Apr
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answered mod_rewrite settings causes server to throw HTTP 500 errors instead of 404
Apr
25
comment Linux apache developing configuration
Not really. A LAMP setup can be as small or as large as required.
Apr
25
answered Is it possible to use rsync over sftp (without an ssh shell)?
Apr
24
answered Is export in bash alias of eval function which many other scripts have?
Apr
23
comment Is minimum latency fixed by the speed of light?
@Scott: Fair enough. The effects of gravity had slipped my mind.
Apr
23
answered How do I restart ssh or sshd on Ubuntu?
Apr
23
comment What is the difference between simple service and daemon service ubuntu e,g smbd
For the most part. the "d" stands for "daemon": Disk and Execution Monitor. They watch for stuff happening, and make other stuff happen back.
Apr
23
answered What is RAID5 + Hotspare?
Apr
23
answered What is the difference between simple service and daemon service ubuntu e,g smbd
Apr
23
comment What is Jaunty , karmic , gnome means for ubuntu
Dunno. But there's RUTE. rute.2038bug.com/index.html.gz
Apr
23
answered What is Jaunty , karmic , gnome means for ubuntu
Apr
23
comment What is Jaunty , karmic , gnome means for ubuntu
Desktop environment, not window manager. The window manager is called Metacity.
Apr
23
comment Is minimum latency fixed by the speed of light?
Light always travels in a straight line, unless it meets a medium interface where there exists a difference between the refractive index of the two media. If the angle is obtuse enough, the difference is large enough, and the current medium's index higher than the other then what happens is the light reflects back into the first medium. This is how a fiber optic cable works. As the cable curves, the light ray bounces side to side along the cable as it travels down it, making the distance the light ray travels longer than the length of the actual cable.
Apr
23
answered Is minimum latency fixed by the speed of light?
Apr
22
comment How do I list currently running shell scripts?
Except being in the middle of kernel code. Not even SIGKILL can interrupt that.
Apr
22
comment How do I list currently running shell scripts?
@Nick: Normally kill sends a SIGTERM to the process, allowing it to shut down appropriately. Adding -9 sends a SIGKILL instead, causing it to shut down forcibly without any chance of cleanup. See the signal(7) man page for some more details.
Apr
22
comment How do I list currently running shell scripts?
kill -9? You're new, aren't you.
Apr
22
answered How do I list currently running shell scripts?
Apr
22
comment Installing Linux kernel 2.6.25.14 on RHEL 5.4
Which issues? It might be work trying to backport the relevant modules if possible.
Apr
22
answered how to mount a partition inside a partition