Michael Tanner

Switzerland

Age: 22

I'm an Ubuntu enthusiast. Ubuntu desktop, Ubuntu server and probably Ubuntu phone (if it comes out some time..)

Nov
18
comment Remove "faulty state" in RAID 1
I am saying that I would like to think about having the ability to theoretically readd a previously as failed marked partition to a RAID without having to resync the data.
Nov
14
comment Wrong IPv6 Routing
And now post the output of ip -6 a. And please format with "`".
Nov
14
comment Remove "faulty state" in RAID 1
Obviously not..
Nov
14
revised Remove "faulty state" in RAID 1
added 1 character in body
Nov
14
accepted Remove "faulty state" in RAID 1
Nov
14
comment Wrong IPv6 Routing
Print the output of curl -v6I whateversiteyouwantoreach.tld (choose a URL which does not have IPv6 like you described).
Oct
21
awarded Popular Question
Sep
27
awarded Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
18
asked Save evaluated alias command in bash/zsh history
Jul
23
awarded Teacher
May
13
awarded Supporter
May
13
comment How to extract running Apache configuration from core dump?
@StephaneChazelas Strange, I also don't get the point of closing the question. It is still unclear how to get configuration from a running Apache process (if it is possible at all).
May
12
comment How to extract running Apache configuration from core dump?
Okay, this really seems to be a complex thing. I already found some plain-text configuration in the core dump but I do not know why this individual Vhost was there and how Apache acts with this.
May
12
asked How to extract running Apache configuration from core dump?
Apr
17
comment Photo gallery app with time stamps
Thanks for the tip. I love minimal interfaces. But I am befriended with PhotoCal already. The feature of the map is really nice. Also the categories for month or year are better than you just the whole camera roll since (at least on my phone) I have over 11'000 photos.
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