mod-redmine && mod-passenger: Passenger refuses to load (here: Redmine) after rewrite uri. Where to put RailsBaseURI?view story

http://serverfault.com – i've a working Redmine-instance at /var/lib/redmine. (Redmine configuration is not the issue) ln -s /var/lib/redmine/public /var/www/redmine chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/redmine echo "RailsBaseURI /redmine" > /etc/apache2/sites-available/redmine a2ensite redmine service apache2 restart Tested with via http://here.comes.my.ip/redmine ... (HowTos)

Ubuntu One : Files do not appear in synchronized Foldersview story

http://askubuntu.com – I use ubuntu one on ubuntu 11.10. When I try to synchronize a folder, its content is not synchronized, I can only see the name of the folder in the cloud. I add that it does not happen with the content of the "Ubuntu One" folder, but that is not a solution for me to put all my music in this folder. Thanks for your help Regards, Etienne (HowTos)

AIX won't stop creating random .nfsXXXX filesview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I am trying to delete some files and folders, but I can't because the system keeps re-creating the files. All these files are named .nfsXXXX, where XXXX is some random 4-character hexadecimal number. Whenever I delete one of these files, it creates another one with a different name but the same contents. This is happening in several unrelated directories. (HowTos)

Prompt user on Linux security denialview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Is it possible to make a Linux security module (eg. AppArmor, SELinux etc.) prompt the user, when an application wants to access classified files or folders (digital signatures, SSH keys, credit card information and other sensitive stuff) instead of just denying the application's action, which could be desired (eg. (HowTos)

Where is the registry key that point to location of $NTUninstall folders?view story

http://serverfault.com – I am running out of room on the C: drive on my Windows Server 2003 R2 Server and want to move the $NTUninstall files to D:\Uninstall_Folder and update the registry key that tells Windows where to look for them. I have seen this done in the past but can't seem to find that registry key. (HowTos)

Why has my IIS changed and my sites stopped working on my local machine?view story

http://serverfault.com – I've bought a new computer to my home and used the HomeGroup to connect to my older machine and Share some folders between the computers. That's all the changes I've made. Now on my old computer the site I have doesn't allow contents to be listed - insufficient priviligies. And the application pool identity is LocalService. By the way the website is in one of the shared folders. (HowTos)

Migrating a national website to an international versionview story

http://serverfault.com – I don't know if this is the right place to ask this. I have a Persian web service (online diaries): 31shab.com and it's been operating successfully for a year, and we've decided to create an international version of this and rebrand it to 31nights (meaning of 31shab in English). So I registered the domain 31nights.com and I want it to be multilingual. (HowTos)

Shared Home and Desktops with Win7/Linux Dual Bootview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – hey, I hope it is ok to crosspost this. I put this on the LinuxMint Forum, but as I am at home in these parts and as a big fan of your humor concerning things go crunch!bang! and your profound knowledge and scepticism , I wanted to ask you guys about it, too.. (HowTos)

Rsync command for offsite rolling backupsview story

http://serverfault.com – I've read alot of articles and tried to come up my self but couldn't, so need help with Rsync command for offsite rolling backups please. I have installed cwRsync(in VMs as a test run for now) on two Windows Servers(both 2008 R2) and would like to setup rolling backups of a folder(which contains many folders within) from server# 1 to #2 and vice versa. I would like to push full backups twice a w (HowTos)

Use Linux to check your Windows disk usageview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Windows XP doesn’t come with a utility that allows you to see what files/folders are taking up the most room on your hard drive.  Don’t fret: sure there are programs out there you can download and install to do the job, but did you know you don’t have to actually install any software on Windows to actually find out what’s hogging all of your disk space? (General)