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comment cpanel add pure-ftp users not belonging to any client
HopelessN00b, the original poster seems to be asking about an admin level question (e.g. administering a WHM server) as opposed to how to use a service provider's implementation of cPanel. Are you sure that's off topic? I think that falls under the on topic category of "tools used for administering, monitoring, or automating" servers.
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comment Resizing Partitions on Live RHEL/cPanel Server
Thanks for your help, @Travis! Hmm... LVM sounds sensible, though it seems complicated by trying to move the entire system (including /boot) around. The only way I can think of how to do it using the instructions given in that tutorial would be to add another non-RAID drive, set everything up on it and then move it back onto the RAID array (just a two disk RAID1). If I resize without LVM, do you think it would be at all practical to shrink the big partition from "the left" or do I need to go from the right as I was surmising above?
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comment SpamAssassin: Update Rules Results in Ignored Local.cf
I'm not clear how this wasn't a clear question. I did get an answer below, so it did appear answerable.
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comment TIA 568A vs. B Wiring for Long Ethernet Run
Thanks. I thought that was the case, but I also wondered if maybe it would react differently to the interference in the area. We're a non-profit, so bringing in a cable installer is probably beyond what we could spend. The Zyxel switches -- which I got at a fantastic price last fall -- support fiber runs, though, so I've been tempted. The problem is the conduit has several sharp 90 degree turns and is only 1" in diameter (or so), so I don't think we could get pre-terminated fiber through it. I'm told trying to terminate fiber oneself is a bad idea, right?
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comment Pulling Fiber Optic Cable
If I buy just a simple 100m pre-terminated fiber cable, wrapped the LC connector with something to protect it and then pushed it with a cable snake, do you think that would work OK? I'm pretty certain my conduit has a hole in it, so I'm not sure I can blow something through. Thanks!