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location East Midlands
age 25
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seen Feb 11 at 14:30

Developer interested in:

Internet Software Development.
Functional Programming.
OO Software Design and Development.
Data Structures and Algorithms.
Database Design and Implementation.
Rigorous Systems.
Computing, Ethics and Professional Practice.
Agile Practices (Development & Management).
ERP / MRP Systems.

Currently working with

C, Java, JSTL, XPATH, HTML, CSS, Android, Flex, 
Ruby, Scala and a few others...

Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
31
comment sorry, you must have a tty to run sudo
+1 for solving the problem without needing to change any default settings.
Jan
31
comment can a locally executed script run commands on the remote server?
I see. Thanks for clearing that up fortunately the script will prompt you for the SSH password so the problems mitigated somewhat. I can see why using an SSH key to avoid this wouldn't be a wise idea.
Jan
30
comment can a locally executed script run commands on the remote server?
I'm not sure how there's any more risk in automating this and reducing the chance of human error (forgetting the --backup flag for example) than in the current workflow. Or is it the current work flow you consider risky?
Jan
30
accepted can a locally executed script run commands on the remote server?
Jan
30
asked can a locally executed script run commands on the remote server?
Oct
30
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
22
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
18
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
8
awarded  Student
Jul
8
accepted Relocate Eclipse on Mac
Jul
8
comment Relocate Eclipse on Mac
From the install location I used 'cp -R eclipse/ /Applications' and it worked a treat. Thank you. I think I'd been missing the recursive option when trying previously
Jul
8
awarded  Supporter
Jul
4
asked Relocate Eclipse on Mac
Feb
14
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
May
17
comment Configuring filezilla to run ftp over a home network
disabling the firewall for LAN connections worked, so I just need to re-enable it and configure an exception. Cheers.
May
17
accepted Configuring filezilla to run ftp over a home network
May
17
comment Configuring filezilla to run ftp over a home network
sorry 192.168.0.3 is the lan ip address of the computer running filezilla server. It is pingable from the netbook.
May
17
asked Configuring filezilla to run ftp over a home network