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30 8,20 * * fri,sat,sun Is what I have so far. I've been playing with cronsandbox and it runs as expected... but with a 830 Friday morning iteration I would like to avoid. Is this possible? submitted by daweinah [link] [comment]

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So I know that servers get updated rarely unless there is a major need so that is not my focus. I mean you personal or work systems. I update my rpi server every so often when I think about it just to keep it up to date, and my work PC I do each Monday morning including kernel updates. No issues yet that have needed any rollbacks so I guess I either do not do anything too fancy, or I just get lucky. submitted by evitalis [link] [1 comment]

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Heartbleed was a really bad flaw, literal memory leak. Do the maintainers patch it immediately but surely they don't run the most recent software all the time, I don't understand. submitted by totallynotahologram [link] [5 comments]

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So I have Linux on my laptop. Specifically Ubuntu 13.10. Anyways, I wanted to watch some Netflix on my laptop but when I click play on a video it brings me to an error page because I don't have Silverlight on my laptop, as it is incompatible with Linux. Is there any way to get around this, or am I unable to watch Netflix on my laptop? PS: I don't want to run a virtual machine on my laptop either, so please don't suggest that. submitted by enahsg [link] [6 comments]

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Small business here, no extra capitol for these expensive software packages. Once in a while I have to help someone by using a remote desktop and have seen services where you can just create a web page and have the user enter an ID number you give them and a remote desktop session is established with that person. We have a hosted server we rent with Linux and cPanel accounts and I was wondering if anyone knew of any server side open source I could use to accomplish this. Something like Bomgar for example. I only do this a couple of times a month and maybe one connection at a time and with software like teamviewer I spend more time telling them where to go and how to download it, etc. It would be great if I could just create a page under a subdomain on our site and just have someone enter a code. Edit: I have performed many Google searches but I can not seem to get a good search phrase, everything I find is client side install and not server initiated. (Not a reply to any messages just thought I would add it) Edit #2: Change Teamspeak to Teamviewer submitted by spelunk68 [link] [2 comments]

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