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Software Developer in Sydney, Australia.


Feb
10
comment How to setup tomcat 7 as a server on windows 2008 server
Dear @Birdy - it sounds like you're working for a large financial services company in Sydney. Perhaps the magic pixies there have looked at this over the weekend.
Jun
30
comment Domain authentication used for kerberos based authentication of users on my server
My question was about how the client asks for an authentication token. Could you provide more detail?
Apr
2
comment rsync ubuntu to windows under cygwin - way to avoid 'invalid argument 22' error?
I'm doing a pull, running this command on the windows machine to pull from the remote ubuntu machine.
Feb
20
comment Ubuntu - Identifying a logged in user's bash session
Best answer so far...
Feb
20
comment Ubuntu - Identifying a logged in user's bash session
who just displays my login. ps -au bob displays all running processes.
Feb
20
comment Ubuntu - Identifying a logged in user's bash session
This gave an error saying kill didn't have proper arguments... output Usage: ... etc
Feb
20
comment Ubuntu - Identifying a logged in user's bash session
This only gives my processes, but sudo userdel -r bob still claims that they're logged in.
May
1
comment How to run tomcat6 on ubuntu as root?
It's probably worth noting that Tomcat in Ubuntu is setup not to allow easily changing the user just in the file. Several directories have been set up as the tomcat6 user only - and can't be used by tomcat6 as the root user. Clearly the intentions of the Ubuntu packagers were that you shouldn't need to change the user for security reasons. If you really need to get around this - then you'd do something like this: snipplr.com/view/14971/…
Jun
22
comment Non-DHCP XP Network Gateway configuration
Got it - but once I've set the static IPs on the machines - how do I force them to use the non-DHCP router?
Jun
18
comment Command line active directory query email address for username
Ok - perhaps I wasn't clear - but you're close enough - what I guess I wanted was: dsquery user -samid "loginname" |dsget user -email