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reviewed Approve What to do with a HP Itanium box?
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comment How to make Nimsoft run a script when an alert is trapped?
No solution but I had to work with Nimsoft once and my experience wasn't the best. I'm truly sorry for having to work with this product...
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comment Ansible/Capistrano with fixed sudo command (“sudo su -”)
The OP doesn't have sudo but sudo su -. The latter is a a major PITA for automation, appearantly internal rules prohibit from changing that setting (even if it would be technically possible)
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revised How to reserve complete nodes on Sun Grid Engine?
fix broken link
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revised How to reserve complete nodes on Sun Grid Engine?
fix broken link
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comment How to time how long it takes to compile Red Hat from source?
ls *.rpm might exceed max. length of the input. I'd suggest time find $BASEDIR -type f -name '*.srpm' -exec rpmbuild --rebuild {} \;
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comment Install application/HTTP services to “/srv”?
Nitpicking here (on FHS): So I'd need to install wordpress in in /opt but to serve it out recreate/symlink/??? under /srv/.... Or better yet declare it data. But then would a Java based blog be data too or would that go under /opt or .... OH MY GOOD SO MANY OPTIONS! -- Please keep in mind The current version is 2.3. It was announced on January 29, 2004. SO there isn't even /run which is now widely spread (not saying everybody likes it!). The FHS is NOT a standard but very much outdated
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comment How to get the released package's .dsc file the Debian way?
So you found 2 outdated solutions and one that is not yet implemented aside from the one "just works". :)
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comment Static ip using a router and DHCP
As I said: Your are right it's not. My guess is that the real question the OP is having is about this: tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3344#section-1.2