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  1. Just a guess ... check the File-system and SMART...

    Just a guess ... check the File-system and SMART Values of your HDD.
  2. Not my expertises ... but to me it looks like...

    Not my expertises ... but to me it looks like "212-129-28-14.rev.poneytelecom.eu" tries to open a connection, but your server drops the request ...

    vps:http =>...
  3. Have you removed the " in your config quotes or...

    Have you removed the " in your config quotes or are they simply missing?
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    Have you tried: #!/bin/bash find `pwd` ...

    Have you tried:


    #!/bin/bash
    find `pwd` -type f -iname "DOC*.xml" > XML_WEEK_ORIGINAL_FILE_PATHS.txt
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    The problem is that bash tries to replace $foo...

    The problem is that bash tries to replace $foo with the var foo ...
    So for php the line looks like:
    = get_defined_constants();

    Here an example how it will work:
    $ php -r "\$foo =...
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    just found that function ... didn't know mysql...

    just found that function ... didn't know mysql had an fulltext index.
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    The only different option I see is to create a...

    The only different option I see is to create a second table containing a list of words and where they are used ...

    Would be faster to search, but adding a new text will take it's time since you...
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    @bishop2001 tweak ... lol Your problem ain't...

    @bishop2001

    tweak ... lol
    Your problem ain't the php but the html code.


    <form name="menu" method="post" action="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>">
    <span...
  9. You may enjoy this:...

    You may enjoy this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDbyYGrswtg&feature=kp

    If you wanna know the names of the nodes forwarding the packets ... I would call them routers
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    Sry I don't get what you wanna do ... There...

    Sry I don't get what you wanna do ...

    There are some things I don't like about the code ...


    if (isset($_POST["menu"]) and ($_POST["date"])){
    I would prefer && instead of and there is no...
  11. I would suggest Bash ...

    I would suggest Bash ...
  12. Sry, to ask this, but I hope you know that you...

    Sry, to ask this, but I hope you know that you need to replace "PASSWORD" with the password you want?
    Just asking to make sure.

    My first guess would be a coding problem.
    So try it with an easy...
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    Hi, how are you doing? Have you figuerd...

    Hi, how are you doing?

    Have you figuerd something out yet?

    You propaly mean hat wget er curl won't execute any JavaScript ...

    Maybe lynx will execute it ... it still is the wrong way ...
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    Hi, First a short information: curl is a tool...

    Hi,

    First a short information:
    curl is a tool to access an http or in your case a https server.

    So the most effective way to solve your problem would be to write a bash script that makes the...
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    U've whatt?? Whatt?? ... yes wget or...

    U've whatt??


    Whatt??

    ... yes wget or curl ...
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    ok ... so we have two faktors we may check ......

    ok ... so we have two faktors we may check ...
    1. the mail-service
    2. web script

    ... you can try send a mail from the command line ...

    mail -s Test address@domain.com < /dev/null

    When...
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    Is there a pattern from which Server to which...

    Is there a pattern from which Server to which domain there's a problem?
    Like from Server A to Domain B, C or D
    Or all Mails to Domain A from different Servers?

    here's some more info:
    On each...
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    I guess you already have already corrected the...

    I guess you already have already corrected the MX, CN and/or A entries in the DNS Servers
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    Hi Tj, In my opinion linux is quite easy to...

    Hi Tj,

    In my opinion linux is quite easy to use.

    A big difference is that linux is developed in many directions ... everyone who wants to make an improvement can do so.
    That's why there many...
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    ...guess they all starved ...

    ...guess they all starved ...
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    Not suited for that purpose ... Depending on the...

    Not suited for that purpose ...
    Depending on the Server-system Linux or Windows you should check out the chapter crontabs ... don't know how it's called in windows ...
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    ... well I guess he wanna check if you know what...

    ... well I guess he wanna check if you know what a query is and what kind of regex test you would do ... or if you know what regex is ...
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    Usually there's more than one name for a...

    Usually there's more than one name for a Computer.

    The Hostname the DHCP Server receives from the client usually is the Name of the PC ... it ain't user@machine nor 98BD52EE.inet.dsl.telianet.dk
    ...
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    Hi there, I only know the basics about this...

    Hi there,
    I only know the basics about this stuff and will try to explain them.

    The keyword is inittab

    In most Linux systems you will find a inittab which contains a script for every program...
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    http://www.linux-quiz.de/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/scheiss-encoding.png
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