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Oct
3
comment What happens when an SSL certificate is cancelled?
For most of this answer, you mean "revoked", not "expired". Certificates typically are revoked by their issuer on cancellation, they don't expire (their expiration date is left untouched, since it's not repropagated to CRLs/OCSP/etc).
Sep
22
comment Do changes in SPF records take time to propagate?
The term "propagation" is actually used with this meaning in many DNS RFCs: section 5 of RFC 2916, sections 2.3 and 3.1 of RFC 1912, etc.
May
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Jan
28
suggested rejected edit on Save file after forgetting to open as root / sudo vi
Jan
23
comment Determine Linux Server's Architecture (32 or 64 bit)
This is the one you want if you are trying to help out someone who is unfamiliar with how being 32/64-bit ties in with the architecture. Whereas most other commands listed here will output i*86 32-bit systems, this one actually tells the user what they are probably looking for in the first place.
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Nov
22
comment Setting up Linux FTP
CentOS is not the FTP server, it is the Linux distribution you are using. Start by looking at man [your ftp server]. I haven't made any comment saying that you're "thick", despite your claims to the contrary, please refrain from putting words in my mouth.
Nov
22
comment Setting up Linux FTP
This is entirely specific to the FTP server you are using (which you fail to mention), and almost definitely is well documented by the author(s).
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