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Mar
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comment automysqlbackup then rsync
My daily cron is now test -x /usr/sbin/automysqlbackup && su -c /usr/sbin/automysqlbackup mybackup but it is still creating backup files as -rw------- root root (mybackup is my backup user)
Mar
11
answered automysqlbackup on cPanel server not ignoring eximstats
Mar
11
comment automysqlbackup then rsync
automysqlbackup runs automatically through cron and following directives from a config file. So I don't know where I should change this user. This config file does not specify the user.
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11
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May
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accepted Apache - Why my apache user is a number?
May
31
comment Apache - Why my apache user is a number?
You are right. I was waiting the 10 minutes to check it.
May
31
comment Apache - Why my apache user is a number?
Forgot to mention that grep ":1003:" /etc/passwd gives ftpwestmill:x:1003:1002:FTP:/home/httpd/html/default:/bin/false
May
31
comment Apache - Why my apache user is a number?
True. However grep "User " /etc/apache2/apache2.conf gives User www-data ...
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Jan
25
revised Recompiling python with SSL support on ubuntu
libssl-dev Ubuntu
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25
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25
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25
comment Recompiling python with SSL support on ubuntu
libssl-dev was missing and fixed the problem after python recompilation
Jan
25
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25
comment Recompiling python with SSL support on ubuntu
python setup.py build seems to give me the same errors. The first of which is "error: openssl/ssl.h: No such file or directory" isn't it a standard library ?