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bio website ghaffarian.net
location Tehran, Iran
age 26
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I've studied Computer Science in university for about eight years, resulting a B.S. degree in Software Engineering and a M.S. degree in Artificial Intelligence. Currently I'm studying Information Security for a PhD in Computer Science. I'm a Muslim; I love Libre/Open-source software; I'm a GNU/Linux enthusiast; I love software development, specially using Java; And I'm constantly trying to learn new facts and skills ...


Aug
15
asked How to change file size calculation in Nautilus from “decimal prefix” back to the normal “binary prefix”?
Aug
14
answered If I'm building from source, why does it require more space than installing via apt-get?
Aug
8
answered Are there Human Interface Design Guidelines for Unity Development?
Jul
20
accepted Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
Jul
20
answered Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
Jul
17
comment Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
I haven't done any binding. Actually I don't need the server to be accessed by a name. The VM's IP address (i.e. 10.10.10.15) is fine if it works ...
Jul
17
comment Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
I did mention in the question that the VM is Oracle Linux which is based on RHEL ... Can you please explain your note on binding Apache to all interfaces ... What exactly should I do to fix my problem?
Jul
17
comment Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
Actually I didn't do anything special after installing Apache with YUM, other than starting the httpd service. What should I do ?
Jul
17
comment Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
@ignis Here is the output for wget 10.10.10.15 : Connecting to 10.10.10.15:80... failed: No route to host.
Jul
16
awarded  Autobiographer
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asked Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
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asked VMware ESX / vSphere Alternatives Supporting Linux Clients
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Jan
15
comment Xubuntu: Disable gnome-keyring
@ZDroid I checked it out, and aptitude had no difference with apt-get. Aptitude also wants to remove both xubuntu-desktop and software-center.
Jan
15
revised Xubuntu: Disable gnome-keyring
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