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IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2014-03-26

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12:38 dotplus pdurbin: re: javascript send plaintext to a remote port... you can't:( at least not within an html page in a browser.
12:39 pdurbin dotplus: I was wondering if you were talking client side or server side javascript
12:39 pdurbin client side, sounds like
12:39 dotplus yes
12:40 * pdurbin trolls JoeJulian about 2048/4096: https://plus.google.com/+PhilipDurbin/posts/jTwz6LZuYDV
12:41 dotplus I like the hex-board version
12:41 dotplus anyway, don't you dare start destroying my productivity with such things again.
12:44 pdurbin so happy to figure out not having --globoff in curl was my only problem: http://irclog.greptilian.com/sourcefu/2014-03-26
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20:40 pdurbin on RHEL when I do `adduser pdurbin` a group called "pdurbin" is created. what do you call that group?
20:41 semiosis call it pdurbin?
20:41 pdurbin :)
20:41 semiosis is this a trick question?
20:41 pdurbin I mean generically
20:43 pdurbin "A group with the same name as a user is called a user private group" -- https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Deployment_Guide/s1-users-tools.html
20:43 pdurbin I knew I had seen that somewhere
20:43 pdurbin "user private group"
20:43 pdurbin "Red Hat Enterprise Linux uses a user private group (UPG) scheme, which makes UNIX groups easier to manage. A user private group is created whenever a new user is added to the system. It has the same name as the user for which it was created and that user is the only member of the user private group."
20:44 pdurbin semiosis: not a trick question :)
20:45 pdurbin I'm building the same concept into our app
20:45 pdurbin a group called "joe", a group called "mark": http://lucene.472066.n3.nabble.com/document-level-security-filter-solution-for-Solr-td4126992.html#a4126994
20:45 semiosis i never saw the point of that
20:47 pdurbin semiosis: shall I continue to quote https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Deployment_Guide/ch-Managing_Users_and_Groups.html#s2-users-groups-private-groups ?
20:47 pdurbin there's more
20:47 pdurbin :)
20:48 semiosis i see
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22:12 JoeJulian First, the default is therefore to deny everyone access to that user's files. Mode 0\d\d0 since the group has only one member.
22:12 JoeJulian I always hated the old SCO default of having everyone in the user group.
22:13 JoeJulian Yeah, I guess I should have read before commenting. ;)
22:49 pdurbin JoeJulian: did you read what I said earlier about 2048? :)
22:51 JoeJulian Yeah. :)
22:52 pdurbin I love that clip. Pulp Fiction is on Netflix, you know. I started re-watching it the other night.
22:52 JoeJulian I've never seen it yet.
22:53 pdurbin well, it's only been out for 20 years
22:54 JoeJulian Yeah, maybe sometime in the next 20.... ;)

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