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bio website draeath.net
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Systems Administrator, Support Engineer, RHCE (5.x)


Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
22
awarded  Yearling
Jan
4
answered Sending commands to dbx from Vim
Jan
4
awarded  Supporter
Jan
4
awarded  Scholar
Jan
4
comment strace for library calls
Is there any solution available for dlopen()ed libraries?
Jan
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accepted strace for library calls
Jan
4
asked strace for library calls
Sep
19
comment “Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible” / Apache on CentOS 6
As well, you're better off running selinux in permissive mode and then using sealert to parse the audit log - this lets you see why/how SELinux is denying it and often even gives you a resolution.
Sep
19
comment “Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible” / Apache on CentOS 6
What user is apache running as? Can you actually read that resource as that user?
Sep
19
comment Diff similar lines
Is there some reason why a traditional (or unified) diff won't do the job?
Jun
13
comment Why was the word “shell” used to descibe a command-line interface?
That's all fine and dandy, but the question was where the term 'shell' came from, not what it meant.
Jun
13
comment Debian VNC (Remote Desktop) only allowing first connection, then turns off
Ick. You might consider running something like xtightvnc instead - a bit of a pain, but probably more flexible in the end. As well, it doesn't use gconf which is a selling point in and of itself!
Jun
13
answered Why was the word “shell” used to descibe a command-line interface?
Jun
13
answered Is it possible to record audio directly to a computer's optical drive?
Jun
13
answered Turning off mailing in psad
Jun
13
answered Debian VNC (Remote Desktop) only allowing first connection, then turns off
Apr
28
awarded  Editor
Apr
28
comment How to encrypt messages/text with RSA? (using openssl?)
Thanks Mikel! Fixed.
Apr
28
revised How to encrypt messages/text with RSA? (using openssl?)
thanks!