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bio website elehack.net/michael
location Minneapolis, MN
age 29
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen Dec 9 '13 at 20:36

Ph.D student in computer science, studying human-computer interaction and recommender systems. FP (currently Scala, previously OCaml) hacker. Programmer for 15 years.


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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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answered Is there a way to install and remove packages in a single yum command?
Nov
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answered Grouped aggregate utility (like SQL GROUP BY)?
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
30
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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awarded  Editor
Aug
13
revised How can I get TLSv1.2 support in Apache on RHEL6/CentOS/SL6?
added comment about OpenSSL vs. Apache.
Aug
13
comment How can I get TLSv1.2 support in Apache on RHEL6/CentOS/SL6?
@sim Because your answer, while good, answers a different question. The problem isn't the Apache configuration; it's getting it working on RHEL6, which ships OpenSSL 1.0.0.
Aug
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awarded  Critic
Aug
12
comment How can I get TLSv1.2 support in Apache on RHEL6/CentOS/SL6?
With OpenSSL 1.0.1 or later, it's easy. The problem is that RHEL6/CentOS/SL6 doesn't ship with a sufficiently recent OpenSSL.
Aug
12
comment How can I get TLSv1.2 support in Apache on RHEL6/CentOS/SL6?
Thanks. I was half-hoping that there'd be a (semi-official) repository with a backport someone would point me to, but it seems that no such thing exists. In which case this approach seems like a pretty viable second choice.
Aug
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accepted How can I get TLSv1.2 support in Apache on RHEL6/CentOS/SL6?
Aug
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asked Grouped aggregate utility (like SQL GROUP BY)?
Jul
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asked How can I get TLSv1.2 support in Apache on RHEL6/CentOS/SL6?
May
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asked What are the relative merits of the various standard Unix archival utilities?
Jun
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
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accepted Is there a way to install and remove packages in a single yum command?
Jun
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comment Is there a way to install and remove packages in a single yum command?
Awesome, this is exactly what I was looking for.
Jun
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comment Is there a way to install and remove packages in a single yum command?
@jippie Convenience, mostly. And reducing the time to set up multiple transactions.
Jun
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answered Non-Root Package Managers