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asked libstdc++.so.2.9: cannot open shared object file
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comment BitLocker: Encrypt all hard drives
I still trust it, but using obsolete software is not essentially a good idea as at some point, whenever that will is, it WILL not be usable anymore.
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comment BitLocker: Encrypt all hard drives
Which means encrypting them separately and the (D:) automatically unlocks after the (C:) is unlocked. Thank you for this!
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accepted Setting up Mercurial on a Debian Wheezy server not quite working
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answered Setting up Mercurial on a Debian Wheezy server not quite working
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asked Setting up Mercurial on a Debian Wheezy server not quite working
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accepted Apache downloads php files instead of running their source
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comment Apache downloads php files instead of running their source
Sure. I added it to the question.
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revised Apache downloads php files instead of running their source
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asked Apache downloads php files instead of running their source
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comment Recommended way of installing PHP 5.4
I did this (because I can't upgrade to Wheezy right now) and now, everytime I call a page on my web site, I retrieve a file called "download" with the PHP source code. What should I do?