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comment How can I make a startup script (linux) to load all of my programs (dameons) on startup?
You know there's a reason for those links in init.d. They allow the system to run the programs at startup but it ALSO shuts them down properly when the comp is being shut down.
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comment How to catch whatever shell outputs?
@Devrim: It honestly depends on the program. Some do like git here, some may even not let you disable that behavior. Others use ncurses which is whole other beast by itself. You'll have to do your homework on each problematic program.
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comment How to catch whatever shell outputs?
Ah yes, I'm getting that behavior too. I believe git is testing to see if stderr is a terminal. To force it, I just used --progress and it worked fine.
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answered How to catch whatever shell outputs?
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Jun
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answered copy and rename files
Jun
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comment Error running any Java web project on my notebook
@Braulio: this isn't a programming question, it's probably going to be migrated.
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answered where does port 8080 redirect
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
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comment How to run PHP with the user permission on apache?
@Damiano: also it depends on what you mean by performance. If you mean apache's performance, then yes possibly, if by a very small amount. If you mean php, I can't imagine how it would degrade php's performance.
Apr
27
comment How to run PHP with the user permission on apache?
@Damiano: Yes php runs with those permissions, however I can't comment on the performance. I run it at my company and we haven't noticed anything, but we don't get a whole lot of traffic.
Apr
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answered How to run PHP with the user permission on apache?