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revised nginx redirect to www.domain
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revised nginx redirect to www.domain
Even more bullet proof example code
Apr
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answered How to redirect requests to a different domain/url with nginx
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answered nginx redirect to www.domain
Mar
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revised Ubuntu server hanging and can't find cause
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Mar
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answered Ubuntu server hanging and can't find cause
Feb
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answered Apache2 mod-jk and VirtualHosts
Sep
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comment TOMCAT HTTP 500 INTERNAL SERVER ERROR Randomly
what kind of "fail over"? Maybe the fail over fails sometimes. By the way: Add more hardware info. Does it get better after a tomcat restart for a while?
Sep
20
comment TOMCAT HTTP 500 INTERNAL SERVER ERROR Randomly
Souds like a memory problem. Is it loaded with lots of apps?
Sep
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comment OSX SL Server CalDav/DirectoryServices Authentication Error
Sorry to say that, but I had no single good day with OSX servers. And it seems to be reality that neither apple nor ms are fit enough to implement RFC's. It may sound stupid, but I went for PHP driven DAViCal to have nights with sleep.
Sep
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answered Postgresql /etc/postgresql doesn't exist
Sep
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comment Postgresql /etc/postgresql doesn't exist
Funny. I had this once, when I tried to aptitude install the postgres package, but removing and installing with apt-get did work. I'ts a package issue. Report the bug.
Sep
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answered XDMCP works for Solaris, not for RHEL
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Sep
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comment XDMCP works for Solaris, not for RHEL
Sounds like X11Forwarding is set to no in /etc/ssh/sshd_config.
Sep
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revised Remote connect to mysql server?
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answered Remote connect to mysql server?
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comment Remote connect to mysql server?
maybe mysql -u username -h SQLserver -p DBNAME will do the trick, because it will kick you directly into the db the user has rights for. Your also may want to have a look at the syntax of the user credentials. If you define "localhost" as source for valid authentication, you may get problems logging in from "remote"