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Just an ordinary PHP Biker ;)


Nov
24
awarded  Caucus
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
3
accepted Redirect output to subfolders that don't yet exist
Feb
3
comment Redirect output to subfolders that don't yet exist
I like one-liner with && + $(...) is nicer than `...`. Subquestion, If you know: canIi use multilines in crontab, like 5 * * * * command && \ (newline) command2 && \ (newline) command3? p.s. I will use unix.SO nexttime.
Feb
3
asked Redirect output to subfolders that don't yet exist
Dec
12
awarded  Critic
Sep
29
awarded  Teacher
Sep
29
comment How do I change the NGINX user?
php-conf syntax is not the same os nginx.conf. Find [www] part and add user=www in next line, and group=www in the next.
Sep
29
answered How do I change the NGINX user?
Sep
26
awarded  Scholar
Sep
26
accepted Is there are postfix setting to disable prepending a sender path in the Received: header?
Jan
20
comment Is there are postfix setting to disable prepending a sender path in the Received: header?
My mails go out 4 per second (signed by dkim). How to change hostname without headers_check? Where does postifx gets this host from?
Jan
20
comment Is there are postfix setting to disable prepending a sender path in the Received: header?
If this isn't possible like i wanted or. even recomended, they can you tell me to set host "localhost.localdomain" ? Tnx
Jan
20
comment Is there are postfix setting to disable prepending a sender path in the Received: header?
Why is sender not SMTP server who sends emails (2 part), and not my local computer (1 part). Header_checks impacts performance because it uses regular expression on every mail. Volume is 120k+ daily
Jan
20
comment Is there are postfix setting to disable prepending a sender path in the Received: header?
I want to change that, because i don't want to tell who the sender is, and it is ugly (Received: from localhost.localdomain)... I don't want to use header_checks because it is performance impact.
Jan
20
asked Is there are postfix setting to disable prepending a sender path in the Received: header?
Oct
16
awarded  Supporter