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bio website rakesh.sankar-b.com
location Bangalore, India
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“GET THINGS DONE” which is my mantra and I do follow this; getting things done – handling different projects in parallel, [rapid] problem solving, architect the site, design the DB, performance tuning, handle/monitor server (CLOUD).


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comment Configure Apache to allow the access for the specific URL under VPN
@ShaneMadden - can you be specific? I am not a n/w expert but trying to see if this can be configured via Apache.
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comment How to use Amazon EC2 command line interface?
@chris Agree, but creating private-key & certificate-file is independent of Bamboo, so it should still work.
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comment Linux - SSH Connection refused due to non-existence of /dev/urandom
good practices I have configured the auditd on /dev/, if you don't mind can you take a look at the above code and see if that makes sense to leave it in the init.d?
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comment Linux - SSH Connection refused due to non-existence of /dev/urandom
well I had upgraded in the past and I am sure I had rebooted this machine after the upgrade, I didn't face this problem.
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