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Jul
22
comment Write before the cursor
Type "bi" with your cursor at the end of "this" ... ?
Jun
25
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
11
answered How can I set up a secure LAMP stack on CentOS?
Jun
7
comment Install php apache module from source in CentOS 6.6
It would be helpful to see what commands you used to build both apache 2.4 and php 5.4 This QA from SO might be helpful: stackoverflow.com/a/8393778/297629 . Alternatively, you might consider using yum repositories that provide newer versions of apache and php: unix.stackexchange.com/a/121012/4252
May
29
revised Whats the best way to copy a website onto your harddrive?
formatted wget command; minor text edits
May
29
suggested approved edit on Whats the best way to copy a website onto your harddrive?
May
10
comment Excluding internal requests from Apache logs
Not to ask the obvious ... but did you restart the httpd service? Also, your remote address in this case is ::1 (IPv6) and the SetEnvIf is using 127.0.0.1 (IPv4) ... that difference might be of interest here as well.
Apr
25
comment LVM - Recovering from partition table corruption
Does this help any? tldp.org/HOWTO/Partition/recovering.html
Apr
19
answered What is the exact difference between “/” and “%” in the expr command?
Apr
19
accepted Bash Combine Replacement and Sub String Extraction in One Step
Apr
15
awarded  Custodian
Apr
15
reviewed No Action Needed Why doesn't monit like this syntax
Apr
15
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
13
comment Any good way to detect a misnamed config file?
The trick is learning from the situation; these types of errors are not uncommon. Consistency in naming convention helps; as do configuration management tools, but mistakes happen, learn from them and move on.
Apr
13
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
10
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
8
awarded  Yearling
Apr
8
revised Replace mutiple strings with different values in a file using unix
formatting edits
Apr
8
comment Replace mutiple strings with different values in a file using unix
Find-replace actions are very common in the *nix world. What have you tried? A simple google search for your title reveals many sites that can help you answer your question. Guidelines on how to ask questions on U&L are here: unix.stackexchange.com/help/how-to-ask .
Apr
8
suggested approved edit on Replace mutiple strings with different values in a file using unix