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Warning: FileZilla FTP Passwords now Stored in Plaintext | unsharpTech
If you type a password in the "Quickconnect" part of the toolbar, even *if* you specify port 22, even *if* Pageant is actually what gets used to perform the authentication, the password gets saved to recentservers.xml.

In 2014, this is ridiculous.
filezilla  security  passwordsinplaintext  authorization  ssh  sftp  dangerwillrobinson 
december 2014 by kme
ruby on rails - Passenger/mod_rails fails to initialize in Fedora 12 when starting Apache - Stack Overflow
I did the same as Fred, except that instead of doing it one error at a time:

Go into permissive mode by running setenforce 0
Restart apache, and hit your site and use it for a while as normal
Run grep httpd /var/log/audit/audit.log | audit2allow -M passenger
semodule -i passenger.pp
Go back to enforcing mode by running setenforce 1
Restart apache and test your site - hopefully it should all be working as before!

Please don't do it on the WHOLE audit log, though. Just 'tail' a portion of it so you can inspect the resources/system calls being requested. The .pp (policy module) is binary, so you have no other way of inspection what 'audit2allow' has done after the fact.
dangerwillrobinson  selinux  rails  mod_rails  passenger  centos  maybesolution 
july 2014 by kme
Do NOT delete files from the Windows Installer folder - Microsoft SQL Server Tips & Tricks - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
The Windows Installer Cache, located in c:\windows\installer folder, is used to store important files for applications installed using the Windows Installer technology including SQL Server and should not be deleted.
windows  microsoft  softwareinstallation  crapcleaner  systemmaintenance  dangerwillrobinson 
january 2014 by kme
Mount an AFP share from Linux - Stack Overflow
You'd hope a smart server would decline plaintext authentication. But these instructions won't build an afp_mount binary with any of the encrypted UAMs. Per INSTALL, you need to install libgcrypt(-dev).

sudo apt-get install stow libfuse-dev libreadline-dev libgcrypt-dev
./configure --prefix=/usr/local/stow/afpfs-ng
sudo make install
cd /usr/local/stow && sudo stow afpfs-ng
sudo ldcondig
mac  osx  afp  filesharing  linux  fuse  solution  dangerwillrobinson  ftfy 
january 2014 by kme
Mountain Lion NFS Mounts Missing In...: Apple Support Communities
Jul 27, 2012 5:24 AM

After upgrading to Mountain Lion, the NFS Mounts option in Disk Utility is no longer present.

Is there another application which can be used to configure NFS mounts or how would I go about configuring these in the command line? I would like for the NFS mounts to auto-mount at boot for all users.

Proposed solution:
dangerwillrobinson  mac  osx  mountainlion  networking  nfs  diskutility  solution 
january 2014 by kme

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