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answered ssh-copy-id in one line with password, possible?
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comment Suggestions for entries in a sysadmins .vimrc
As a sysadmin, you probably work on the servers on 'root' account, which should be local and not mounted via NFS. In this case /root/.vimrc.local should work fine.
Jun
5
answered Setting $TERM for gnu screen
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revised Suggestions for entries in a sysadmins .vimrc
Fix typo
Jun
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comment Halp! I screwed up Apache!
Good to know :)
Jun
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comment Halp! I screwed up Apache!
Are your site configuration secions in separate files in '/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/'? Move the offending configuration file to a different directory, restart Apache and check if it works. If it is, it's a problem with that particular configuration. If not, problem may be elsewhere.
Jun
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revised Is there a GUI tool for managing VirtualBox drives/machines?
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answered Is there a GUI tool for managing VirtualBox drives/machines?
Jun
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answered My server is about to be switched off. I run a LAMP set up, what should I back up?
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comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
After thinking about it for a while, I'm sure you guys are right. I've confused 'CNAME' record with 'A' record, which of course would work in combination with 'MX'. My mistake.
Jun
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comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
Which DNS daemon? I'm using BIND9 which should work with that configuration without a problem. Maybe it's time to upgrade? Big infrastructure, I presume?
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comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
I wanted to try using DNAME with some of our SSL domains, but I heard there are still problems with older DNS servers, etc. Is this relevant? Or is DNAME safe to use on production servers?