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Apr
24
comment NTP - How are NTP servers so accurate
A Raspberry Pi doesn't make a great NTP server, though, as it's using a somewhat flaky, low-quality network adapter (the LAN9512 chip).
Mar
25
awarded  Critic
Jan
30
comment If Google provides public DNS 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4, who provides 4.2.2.2?
1.1.1.1 is unofficially reserved (allocated to "Debogon-prefix") — it receives a ton of bogus traffic from misconfigured devices, so it's unusable in practice.
Jul
9
awarded  Yearling
Jun
9
answered 32Bit 3rd party modules in 64Bit apache
May
20
revised What is the safe way to remove System Library Framework
added 291 characters in body
May
20
answered What is the safe way to remove System Library Framework
Mar
15
comment Cannot Start Mysql On My WHM Server
Contact your hosting provider. This is not a problem you can solve remotely.
Mar
15
comment Cannot Start Mysql On My WHM Server
That's irrelevant. Your server's hard disk is probably failing. It doesn't care about your root access.
Mar
15
answered Cannot Start Mysql On My WHM Server
Mar
10
answered updating to PHP 5.3 on Debian 5.0 (lenny)
Mar
9
comment Saving webpage as app
iOS has neither an Applications folder nor a Dock.
Feb
20
comment Run application as root by default on Mac Mountain Lion
That is either a bug in the application, or an issue with other permissions on your system. It should not be necessary under any circumstances.
Feb
20
answered Run application as root by default on Mac Mountain Lion
Jan
27
comment linux chmod not working with windows flash drive
Why are you trying to compile mod_wsgi yourself? Ubuntu has a package for mod_wsgi, called libapache2-mod-wsgi.
Jan
7
answered How can I run commands like setfsuid, setfsgid as a normal user?
Jan
5
comment apache cannot read java .class files
The filename listed in the PHP results is different -- it's missing the .class suffix. Is this intentional?
Dec
17
awarded  Editor
Dec
17
revised Why is the setuid permission bit not set for mkdir in modern Unix systems?
that version is relatively modern, and uses mkdir() - it isn't setuid
Dec
16
suggested approved edit on Why is the setuid permission bit not set for mkdir in modern Unix systems?