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Check the bind_address in your /etc/marac file as explained here: If you want to tie the process to a specific interface, edit the bind_address parameter. This defaults to 0.0.0.0 meaning any interface. If both recursive and authoritative DNS is needed (i.e. you add a zonefile) you have to change this to the specific IP addresse(s) where you need ...


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Try to update RPC on your system, then restart tgtd. In my case this helped: yum update libtirpc


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When I adjust hostnames on machines that already have a hostname set, I do the following. First, I check what the hostname is set to using plain hostname like this: hostname Then after checking what the current hostname is set to, I change it to something new like this; of course change [new_hostname] to match your new hostname: sudo hostname ...


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After updating the hostname your current instance won't be updated. Use "su root" or logout and login. Then Bash should display your new hostname.


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You should change your hostname in /etc/hostname and in /etc/hosts If you want to find the file that contains that string 28004-2-2734499 you may want to to a grep search like this: sudo grep -rnw '/etc/' -e "28004-2-2734499" Other ways to change host like this; leave out the brackets: sudo hostname [newhostname] Or: sudo sysctl ...


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Solved the problem myself. File /etc/yum.com had mysql* excluded. I removed mysql* for some period of time & installed it. I got installed like a charm. Now putting back the mysql* in exclude. Hope that helps someone!


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It seems that MySQL is no longer a part of the repo in CentOS 7, but you are using CentOS 6.6. If you want to go down the MariaDB route, many online postings—like this one at Digital Ocean—point to using MariaDB as a drop-in substitute for MySQL and recommend just installing MariaDB instead via this command: sudo yum install mariadb-server mariadb But ...


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Relying to xorg, DVI exits are called DVI-0 (the first), DVI-1 (the second) and so on. Internal VGA is going to be called VGA-0 and the external will be called VGA-1. Beware, that there may be TV-0 and TV-1. All these exits should be addressed one by one within the Xorg.conf, meaning that each configuration should appear including, the device, the exit and ...



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