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Nov
7
comment Git local server does not store my code
You need to find an appropriate Apache (or web-server-of-your-choice) module that will make it available through a web interface.
Nov
7
comment Git local server does not store my code
Can you push a changeset from one computer to the master repository and then pull that changeset to another computer?
Nov
7
comment CentOS: View all users in a specific group
Updating /etc/group is one way of recording new group memberships. I'm not really sure if this is supposed to happen automatically or not. I'd need to know a lot more about your environment before I could really have any idea where to look next.
Nov
6
comment Print Text File Without Wrapping Long Lines?
Have you tried just plain old 'lpr' from the command line? I seem to remember that truncating long lines for me...
Nov
1
comment Error while executing bash command stored in string
If you don't want to accept the answer, you don't have to. I don't recommend using eval as it's far to susceptible to injection attacks. Ultimately, the answer is "You're using the quoting wrong, fix it." How you fix it is up to you and not part of my answer.
Nov
1
comment Error while executing bash command stored in string
I simply modified this answer instead of adding a second answer.
Nov
1
comment Error while executing bash command stored in string
In the man page I'm looking at, the filter rule is surrounded by single quotes. This avoids interpolation of the string within the quotes, as opposed to double-quotes which allows interpolation.
Jun
25
comment Use Excel to sort and filter data
How are you going to examine a month of data (which I'm assuming is set to 4 weeks for simplicity) if you only have one week's worth of data? Or am I missing something?
Jun
17
comment How to allow apache to execute R binary from PHP exec() without disabling SELinux?
What is the AVC error message you get in /var/log/messages when you try to execute this script via the web page?
Mar
13
comment How can I create a tar file from a list of files in another tar file?
Good point... so H. Dirk Schmitt's answer is probably better.
Mar
7
comment How to login on my corporate network using a personal device
Please don't do this. Unless you're part of a penetration test team and you have advance approval from IT (which seems unlikely).
Feb
21
comment How to wrap an UDP connection to improve resistance agains packet loss?
What you want doesn't exist. TCP inside UDP is bad. Teredo is for IPv6-inside-IPv4, which is at a different layer of the protocol stack, so it doesn't really apply. You're stuck. Clean up the network, or have it cleaned up, or deal with the packet loss. Those are your only practical choices.
Feb
21
comment How to wrap an UDP connection to improve resistance agains packet loss?
TCP inside a UDP tunnel? You're asking for problems. If you need to reduce packet loss, you need to clean up the dirty network. Wrapping a TCP connection inside a UDP "tunnel" (there really is no such thing), and then trying to re-wrap it to reduce packet loss, will very rapidly get you to an infinite-wait state due to the exponential back-off properties of the TCP session.
Feb
20
comment Why do I keep blowing my PSU?
Seconded... 700V for 30 seconds? Call an electrician now.
Feb
5
comment Camera suddenly needs drivers
Did you recently install updates to the Windows 7 Pro computer?
Jan
14
comment Lost half of the space on the disc
Yes it does. The other possibility I can think of is that you're masking files by mounting over them - if the local disk has (for example) a /usr/local filesystem that has 400G of files, but you NFS mount /usr/local from machine 2 (or even mount another local filesystem over /usr/local) that has 1G of files, du won't see the 400G. Try using the '-x' option to du to restrict it to one filesystem.
Jan
10
comment How to get raw HTTP response pages on Firefox/Internet explorer instead of user friendly message?
That's because the question cannot be answered the way it was asked - the question as asked relies on a false premise, namely that the first error message is coming from the server you're trying to reach.
Jan
9
comment crontab email is not working as expected. First I got the emails at gmail, now I'm not getting them
... and 5 to 7 minutes in, Google decided "this address is too active. Spam folder."
Dec
19
comment New partition still showing old files?
There is no old/new partition. There's only the existing partition - the files are already there. If you reboot now, nothing will change. You can run resize2fs to grow the filesystem to the size of the partition, and that's all you really need to do to make use of the larger partition.
Dec
19
comment New partition still showing old files?
Had you started the partition on a different cylinder when you re-created it, this wouldn't be the case and you wouldn't have been able to mount the partition as a filesystem at all.