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06:56 Fri Feb 10 IIRC it's just called "domain" in the config file ownCloud TC - untrusted domain error
22:38 Thu Feb 9 Untrusted Domain ownCloud TC - untrusted domain error
15:25 Mon Feb 6 follow up on space Q re: TKLBAM hdd space requirements vs in use (bugzilla)
02:00 Tue Feb 7 AFAIK deleting the restore cache is fine Q re: TKLBAM hdd space requirements vs in use (bugzilla)
18:34 Tue Jan 31 Any progress on the reverse proxy? Reverse Proxy Appliance
14:32 Sun Jan 29 storage The closest you can get to perfectly secure Bitcoin transactions (without doing them in your head)
01:20 Wed Feb 1 We double check for open ports as a matter of course TKL image security
02:38 Tue Jan 24 Great work diagnosing! TKLBAM occasionally instigates an out of memory error on a running JVM.
13:54 Mon Jan 23 Ok, I put on a memory monitor TKLBAM occasionally instigates an out of memory error on a running JVM.
03:42 Wed Feb 8 I recommend ncdu! TKLBAM Volume Size
01:24 Tue Feb 7 Not sure that volume size will solve your issues. TKLBAM Volume Size
14:56 Tue Feb 7 That's what I was thinking... TKLBAM Volume Size
15:17 Sat Feb 18 About your blog upgrade to TLS 1.2
16:00 Thu Feb 16 adminer over myphpadmin v14.0 stable release - Massive Community Effort!
04:41 Tue Feb 14 Hi Ralph v14.1 Release - Bugfixes, Maintenance and More
11:22 Mon Jan 30 Hmmm, that's weird?! It should "just work"! vTiger Illegal request
12:27 Fri Feb 3 It does, but not the way you think... Webmin and its modules are installed and upgraded via APT
12:55 Thu Feb 2 Hi there! :) Webmin and its modules are installed and upgraded via APT
12:19 Fri Feb 3 apt-get does not work Webmin and its modules are installed and upgraded via APT
04:10 Wed Feb 8 Pretty sure it's a webmin bug Webmin Will not let me Uninstall Modules