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Aug
20
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
13
accepted Allow a user to access a single Git repository
Aug
5
awarded  Custodian
Aug
5
reviewed Reject How to tell if a Linux system is big endian or little endian?
May
6
awarded  Yearling
Apr
21
comment Is MariaDB a secure replacement for MySQL?
It would seem that if there is a known exploit for MySQL, then the exploit could be tested against MariaDB, and vice versa. It would seem almost irresponsible not to do so.
Apr
17
comment apache2: Get a list of registered handlers
@JennyD: Challenge accepted! I've added a grep filter for commented lines. Nice thinking, thanks!
Apr
17
revised apache2: Get a list of registered handlers
Add filter
Apr
17
comment apache2: Get a list of registered handlers
@JennyD: I think that would remove lines with comments after the declarations, such as AddHandler cgi-script .cgi # Ben needs CGI.
Apr
17
revised apache2: Get a list of registered handlers
Better post formatting and shorter command.
Apr
7
comment Choosing between meaningful and meaningless hostnames
Though superficially an opinion-based question, the actual answers are fact-based with empirical polling and based on human cognitive function (how the human brain remembers things). In my opinion this question should be reopened.
Mar
20
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
2
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
2
comment Do the SSH or FTP protocols tell the server to which domain I am trying to connect?
Actually, as of 2015 the unedited answer is still correct in the majority of cases. That may change in the next few years, though.
Mar
2
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
2
comment Do the SSH or FTP protocols tell the server to which domain I am trying to connect?
Thank you, this will be an important consideration in the next few years when people come across this issue and google this question.
Mar
2
comment Do the SSH or FTP protocols tell the server to which domain I am trying to connect?
Just the generic Login authentication failed for FTP and Permission denied for SSH. The actual connection is fine, and I've quadruple-checked the login credentials.
Mar
1
accepted Do the SSH or FTP protocols tell the server to which domain I am trying to connect?
Mar
1
asked Do the SSH or FTP protocols tell the server to which domain I am trying to connect?
Feb
24
comment Logging into an AWS EC2 instance from another machine in EC2
@Bazze: No, I'm not running iptables or other firewalls on any of the machines. Just AWS Security Groups. Regarding the link, I see that I've already upvoted that question and answer in the past! I am aware of the IP Address remapping mentioned, in fact that is why I whitelist per Security Group as the post suggests.