Pierre de LESPINAY

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location Paris, France
age 34
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Masao Interactive - Web developer.
Working with Django/Python and Symfony2/php under Linux.
Graduated EPITECH promo 2004.


Feb
10
comment How do I add an SSH key to my remote server?
Why is it off topic ? isn't it an administration task ?
Mar
18
comment automysqlbackup - dumped files permissions
Worked great thanks
Mar
18
comment automysqlbackup - dumped files permissions
Apparently it's still the case. I found a chmod 600 $2, I'm going to try to change it. Maybe I could set it as an option. I'll tell you
Mar
18
comment automysqlbackup - dumped files permissions
I chmoded -R gu+s to use sticky bits so the owner is kept, but not the permissions.
Mar
18
comment automysqlbackup - dumped files permissions
THank you. I saw this blog. But files doesn't seem to inherit the permissions/user/group
Mar
11
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
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.
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 ...
Jan
25
comment Python - rebuild with SSL
libssl-dev was missing and fixed the problem after python recompilation
Jan
25
comment Python - rebuild with SSL
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 ?
Jan
24
comment Python - rebuild with SSL
I just tried sudo pip install pyopenssl but I got many errors and warnings
Jan
24
comment Python - rebuild with SSL
python-openssl is already installed for the distribution Python2.6. I'm currently using a manually built Python2.7
Nov
2
comment Red5 - Linux Installation init.d script
Ok I think you are right. Now I have another problem but I'll probably do an other question for that. Can you please put your comment as an answer so I can validate ?