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Apr
3
comment How to set apache Document root on ntfs partition?
Does the file /media/data/Projects/www/html/test.php exist with the right permissions?
Apr
1
comment How to set apache Document root on ntfs partition?
What can you find in apache's error log when the error occurs?
Apr
1
comment How to set apache Document root on ntfs partition?
Yes, that's what I meant. Thanks for the info.
Apr
1
comment How to set apache Document root on ntfs partition?
Can you execute other programs if you try running them directly?
Apr
1
answered Can't find emails retrieved by fetchmail
Mar
20
reviewed Looks OK How to Find UID, GID, and any groups I belong to?
Mar
18
comment Is there any dynamically produced .log file showing up the memory usage on FreeBSD?
I'm voting to move this to Unix/Linux. There are some people over there who are scarily smart and competent when it comes to various unix behaviours.
Feb
28
reviewed Approve Kali linux black screen after booting
Feb
16
reviewed Close sudo issue during echo something to a root file
Feb
15
comment Pressed the big red cross in Winscp by accident
I don't know winscp well enough to answer the questions, but I strongly advise you to not shut down the system. You can't recreate deleted files with fsck, and you may not get the system back up in a usable state if you shut it down now.
Feb
7
reviewed Edit apache start fails at loading mod_status.so
Feb
7
revised apache start fails at loading mod_status.so
Edit spelling and grammar; clarified problem in the subject
Feb
6
reviewed Close What is a Binaries-based installation on Linux?
Feb
4
answered Ionice on cp - why I need set dir
Feb
1
reviewed Reviewed Find all numbers not in a range
Feb
1
comment Find all numbers not in a range
What have you tried so far?
Feb
1
reviewed Leave Closed How to select read/write time and again?
Jan
31
comment “Disk space full” - Linux Mint as Dual Boot on UEFI Windows
I usually put /var on a separate partition to avoid that. You might also want to figure out exactly what it is that is creating all those logs, otherwise the problem will recur.
Jan
25
comment How can I run a script as sudo and for it to not ask me for a password?
I changed the sudoers line, try again.
Jan
25
revised How can I run a script as sudo and for it to not ask me for a password?
fixed error in sudoers line