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Nov
13
reviewed No Action Needed Install rEFInd on OS X 10.10 Yosemite
Nov
5
comment Nginx Static Build - Run as root with a non-root user
That sounds like the absolute opposite of what most people want their webserver to do..
Oct
30
reviewed Close Data deleted accidentally
Oct
30
reviewed Close I get "syntax error near unexpected token 'else' for the following script
Oct
29
comment Remove parent and sub directory
@john, if the answer worked, please accept it as valid. It's the polite thing to do.
Oct
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
28
reviewed Leave Open Ubuntu on macbook won't boot from USB
Oct
28
comment Split linux installation ISO into two parts
Is installing the base system, then using the internet to download and install everything else via apt-get an option?
Oct
27
comment Apache disable SSLv2 SSLv3
Have you reloaded/restarted apache after each config stage? Enabled debugging? What do the logs tell you?
Oct
27
comment Hiding Your IP on Linux
A quick glance at RHIP's site leaves me with the distinct impression that it's a scaremongering bullshit to tempt easily frightened idiots into spending money. Especially since at least two of their claims are not how the internet works.
Oct
10
reviewed Approve shell script edited on windows displays unexpected error message
Oct
10
reviewed Close Mint 17 Cinnamon: suddenly everything looks messed up
Oct
8
comment Why does the debian installer force me to use a username starting with a-z while adduser doesn't enfore this?
Why does it have to be numerical?
Oct
5
answered Change sudo and root password on Debian
Oct
5
comment What is my sudo password?
@Kyrias in debian since at least version 5.0 (Lenny), the sudo group has sudo permissions by default.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
23
reviewed Close How to find the source of a currently running kernel on my machine?
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Chrome does not open Https websites
Sep
23
comment Chrome does not open Https websites
Your HTTPS proxy inserts its own certificate. Some firewalls do this in order to perform layer-7 scans on HTTPS traffic. Chrome rejects bad certificates like that out of hand, Safari just warns.
Sep
16
awarded  Famous Question