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    Often when it comes to Apache, you will have a...

    Often when it comes to Apache, you will have a "www" user, this is the user that accesses and reads the file in your "/var/www" folder. The owner of the file is normally you (if you created the...
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    If you have a 64-bit computer, you might as well install a 64-bit operating system. But I do agree with you, there's not really any huge advantages, at least not for normal users.
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    Are the volumes mounted on boot? In that case you...

    Are the volumes mounted on boot? In that case you can edit the fstab file (located in /etc/fstab) to set the permissions to you users when the system boots.

    If the volumes are not mounted on boot...
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    :D Thank you! I'll look at the websites and see...

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    Thank you!
    I'll look at the websites and see if they have better information then the one I found.
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    Fedora 7 & VPN

    The school I work in requires the use of VPN in order to use the network. I have set up VPN on several Windows XP clients and it has worked perfectly.

    But then I tried to set up VPN on a machine...
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