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comment Can I fix error 0xc0000225 without reinstalling Windows?
@ali786 well, I'd rather reinstall Windows than spend $20 on a tool to fix the issue. But otherwise that would be an option. (I already looked at that website while preparing this question, though.)
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comment nmap output difference between -sL and -sP
Better than asking if anyone can confirm/enrich this is to ask why it happens - assuming that's what you really want to know.
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asked Can I fix error 0xc0000225 without reinstalling Windows?
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comment How does UNIX know which private key to look for?
Incidentally, this doesn't really have anything to do with UNIX specifically; the question and answers are equally applicable if you're logging into, say, a Windows server via SSH.
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answered How does UNIX know which private key to look for?
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comment How does one change user's home directory in Ubuntu 9.04?
@Aleks the functionality of usermod hasn't changed in years, or probably decades, so this answer should still be valid. As for why you're only seeing your desktop background, perhaps something else in your desktop environment depends on the username, in which case usermod doesn't know about it. But I can only guess at why this is happening (without having access to the system).
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answered Can I find files through the extended attributes
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comment Options to configure Apache to take into account other folders despite /var/www
What URLs do you want the files in those other directories to be accessible at? There are a few different methods to use, depending on the answer to that question. Or is your problem that Apache is not even able to access the files and you want to know how to set permissions to allow it to do so?