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My best guess is the host isn't routable meaning it either doesn't have a public IP or there is some VPC configuration affecting the communication since you state wget doesn't work either.


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Sounds like the command that was run was a chmod or chown command that modified the OS files ("sudo: effective uid is not 0, is sudo installed setuid root?"). This was probably a recursive (-R) change or a * change. Therefore fixing everything that was broken is often not worth the effort. I would: Take snapshot of each volume associated with your ...


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http://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/ec2/create-instance-export-task.html Here is the correct documentation for anyone else that has this issue since it took me an hour of digging to find.


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While you have opened port 14747 on EC2 firewall, supposedly for a passive data channel, your server listens on different ports and mainly on wide port range, not on a single port. From the client log: Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode (172,31,34,244,202,201) Where 202*256+201 = port 51913 From the server log: (000004)9/14/2014 9:02:45 AM - ...


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Sounds like Apache may be configured to only accept connections from the local host. Have you tried accessing the website from the hosting server via the public address? Also, for testings sake, I would probably put the 0.0.0.0/0 rule back into place until you figure out the issue. Simplicity!


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There could be many reasons. For example, you are using a different shell (not bash). You can check/change your shell using chsh command. If you are using bash, then here are some ways to disable history in bash you may want to check and re-enable: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18663078/disable-history-in-linux The other reason I could think of is ...


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You cannot use su to become root user in Ubuntu (unless you enable it, but it is not recommended). You should use sudo instead: By default, the Root account password is locked in Ubuntu. This means that you cannot login as Root directly or use the su command to become the Root user. However, since the Root account physically exists it is still ...


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Stop your current instance Detach Existing Volume Create a new Volume Attach new volume to your instance as "/dev/xvda" Start your instance Attach the old volume (one which has sudo privilege issue) back to the instance while it is running as "/dev/sdf" Login to your instance using putty Use the lsblk command to view your available disk devices and their ...


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The service is called Amazon EC2, and the information you request is available on: Amazon EC2 Running Windows Server & SQL Server To get started with an Amazon EC2 Instance running Windows Server, see the EC2 Windows Guide. To learn more about using Windows on AWS, see the AWS and Microsoft page. For testing, Amazon's AWS free tier allows you to use ...



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