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Aug
14
comment Dovecot high disk io
Yes that's mbox. I would also agree that using Maildir is much more preferential than mbox. wiki.dovecot.org/Migration/MailFormat for information on migrating.
Aug
14
revised Debian server loses default gateway sporadically
improved grammar
Aug
14
suggested suggested edit on Debian server loses default gateway sporadically
Aug
14
revised Wildcard not working for sub-sub domain?
added 15 characters in body
Aug
14
comment Wildcard not working for sub-sub domain?
AFAIK, you can't use *.*.example.com but you can do *.sub.example.com.
Aug
14
comment Wildcard not working for sub-sub domain?
No, not for two-level (or more) subdomains.
Aug
14
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Aug
14
comment Delay in program startup
Why not use the standard init scripts system to launch this process?
Aug
14
answered Wildcard not working for sub-sub domain?
Aug
14
comment Change php's auto-append-file from a script
Actually a php.ini file only applies to the directory in which it is contained.
Aug
13
answered Change php's auto-append-file from a script
Aug
13
comment Convert from P7B to PEM via OpenSSL
Was the file moved between servers or uploaded via FTP? If it is indeed the correct format, it seems as though it may have become corrupted. Try re-transferring the file to the server in binary mode (if using FTP) or re-copy it from the source.
Jul
27
comment syntax error near unexpected token `then'
= is used for string comparison so you should probably be double quoting your variables as strings (especially to prevent any funkiness in edge cases with whitespace).
Jul
18
answered Can I globally set $_SERVER['REDIRECT_URL'] before script execution?
Jul
12
comment VNC server login issue wit CentOS release 5.7 (Final)
Which VNC client are you using? Sounds like an incompatibility issue between the client and server.
Apr
6
comment Add regular unix user to whm to use cPanel
Password checking just enforces a particular password strength. If you're satisfied with your particular password setup, then that's not a problem. What would be a problem here is setting the MySQL and FTP passwords, as they use different hashing mechanisms, and there's no way to pass a hashed password to the WHM.
Apr
6
comment Add regular unix user to whm to use cPanel
You could add a little extra to the script where you pull the password hash from /etc/passwd before deleting the account and then replacing it after the createacct script is run. Otherwise just use the Password Modification function in the WHM.
Apr
6
answered Installing GeoIP in cPanel/WHM
Apr
6
answered Add regular unix user to whm to use cPanel
Apr
6
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