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I'm interested in Scala, functional programming, and web development.

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May
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accepted How to report a bug against Ubuntu's upgrade process?
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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answered How to report a bug against Ubuntu's upgrade process?
May
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asked How to report a bug against Ubuntu's upgrade process?
May
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answered How can I reverse sudo apt-get install command
May
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comment Emacs + git: auto commit every 5 minutes
what i suggested isn't periodic
May
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answered How to kill a process started with a different user without being root or sudoer?
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comment How to kill a process started with a different user without being root or sudoer?
What kind of program are we talking about? It would be difficult in the general case, but in some cases (such as apache or an app that you can modify yourself) it would be easier.
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answered Emacs + git: auto commit every 5 minutes
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answered Where are all my Java VMs installed in ubuntu?
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comment User Permissions: Daemon and User
I'm no expert on lighttpd and a process can change its own umask at will, but you could try adding the umask command to lighttpd's startup script. If that doesn't help, have a look at lighttpd's or wordpress' documentation.
Mar
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comment User Permissions: Daemon and User
Yes it can be done with ACLs too, but most distros do not enable them by default and I think it's more difficult. It also allows more fine grained control though. See man setfacl if you're interested.
Mar
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answered User Permissions: Daemon and User
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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revised Where can I find a Google Chrome OS ISO image?
edited tags
Mar
11
comment Skype will not send/recieve messages to specific person (they will LAG)
dude, maybe she just doesn't like you...
Mar
4
answered Changing the Ubuntu PATH doesn't work for me