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bio website karchner.com
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Django and GIS developer at CFPB.


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Nov
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answered Is is possible to use ssh-copy-id without server password logging enabled
Nov
17
asked OS X terminal eating the shift key
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awarded  Editor
Aug
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revised Mutt, not respecting mailcap search order?
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Aug
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comment Mutt, not respecting mailcap search order?
I think I screwed up my copy and paste, those are supposed to be separate lines (and basically match the "search order" example, minus the conditional that checks if X is running, and with Firefox instead of Netscape. Will fix the post when I'm back at a a computer
Aug
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asked Mutt, not respecting mailcap search order?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment How do I use my localhost DNS server when offline, on Snow Leopard
The idea is to not have to manually tend /etc/hosts-- I want anything.local to resolve to 127.0.0.1
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Jul
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comment How do I use my localhost DNS server when offline, on Snow Leopard
This is interesting-- but there has to be a software solution, right?
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awarded  Student
Jun
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comment How do I use my localhost DNS server when offline, on Snow Leopard
Localhost is fine-- what I want is my locally running instance of BIND to be consulted for domain lookups, even when I'm not online.
Jun
17
comment How do I use my localhost DNS server when offline, on Snow Leopard
I'm working on a site that uses subdomains-- using that trick above, I can fake that on localhost, so I have one.mydomain.local, and two.mydomain.local, etc, all resolving to 127.0.0.1. But it only works when I have an active connection. By offline, I just mean not connected to any network
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16
asked How do I use my localhost DNS server when offline, on Snow Leopard