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I got this working, following the instructions here: http://joelinoff.com/blog/?p=1546 I just had to create a different directory.


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That's it. That is the minimal MySQL config file. Check this link to the MySQL site, it gives config details & info on as to other (more complete) config file you may have installed and Section 5.1 in general is all about config and the options/directives you can use. Please check and ensure you use the correct version of the site for your version of ...


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You should not have a NS for subdomain. On ns resisted with domain registrar add A records to you home IP I use no-ip.org as my ip is on DHCP and have a cname to EG. qwerty.no-ip.org so if the IP changes it sill works.


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This problem is not related to Apache nor CWP, it's the normal way of work of suPHP (included in CWP). CWP has it's own forum and im aware of that question is also asnwered. Your problem: UID (99) and UID (502) of file "/home/rastaman/public_html/info.php" Solutions: Use the button Fix Permissions under Users main tab. Use ftp/ssh/scp/other way to chmod ...


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.bashrc is sourced whenever a new shell is started – regardless of whether the shell is interactive, a sub-shell of an existing Bash shell, etc. I presume what you want is to check whether or not the login shell is interactive or not: if [[ $- == *i* ]]; then printf "user details, ip etc" | mail -s "[LOGIN NOTICE] `hostname` - `whoami`" ...


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In my case re-running the command helped.


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When you change the iptables file, all the configurations stay in memory and to persist through a system reboot you need to save it using the command bellow: iptables-save > /etc/sysconfig/iptables


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I've modified the Putty to make it copy selected text into clipboard. Check this out. The putty on Linux is little bit uncomfortable to do "copy and paste". The middle button on the mouse does the job, but it is still tricky to aim the right position on the target window. The patch in this thread enables putty to copy selected text into ...


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Because your package manager (configured for Redhat) is looking for files where RedHat would put them. However, this is CentOS's repository, so it is configured their way. Here's the CentOS confguration: http://people.centos.org/tru/devtools-1.1. There are no directories named 6Client, which is why you got a 404. You'll need to use the redhat repositories on ...


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Absolutely! It might be a little trickier, though. The gist is to use the partition you used for Ubuntu as the CentOS partition during the installation process. Precisely how that's done depends on how exactly does the CentOS installation dialog work, but apparently, there's outright an option for what you're trying to do. The installer should take care of ...


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Those are all the reasons I can think of why one shouldn't use packages built for another distro: Binaries could be built against libraries that aren't present on the current distro or are present in the wrong version. filesystem layouts can differ between different distros. other assumptions about the system where the package is getting installed on, made ...


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Without any dependencies it may work, but I think you don't any rpm package at all. Just copy your scripts where you want. Also you can use converter for simple packet management. I don't think that it is good idea to get several package management systems at one OS.


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You may also consider using something like supervisor. It is not as simple as using /etc/rc.local and it require some configuration but it gives more flexibility.


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Try setterm -powersave off -blank 0 -store You probably need to prefix that with sudo if not logged in as root.


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The problem is that the setuid and setgid is only available since upstart version 1.4 which is why initctl reload-configuration logs "unknowk stanza"


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You have accept all by default, so, the rules are not needed... That being said, you should probably have a new rule (just as best practice) that allows all related/established sessions. I believe that the issue is related to the --dport of the output rule. Try changing it to --sport This is because, the machine connecting to you will be using a random ...


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To configure Sphinx to start automatically, start by adding the searchd start command to the server rc.local file : sudo vim /etc/rc.local Paste the following code just above the exit 0 line : /usr/bin/searchd --config /var/www/yoursitecom/sphinx/etc/sphinx.conf Now that everything is setup and running, to make sure that the index stays up-to-date with ...


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I asked my visualization vendor about this issue. They informed it is because my VPS is running inside an OpenVZ container and does not have kernel access to the host which is required in order to read the arp table.


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As a bare minimum, I think this command is useful for your purpose (tested on Ubuntu 14.04): ip neigh this will show you a view of your arp cache. Then you can play with the options to obtain a more suitable output.


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Is your Client IP Static? Did you change the VMs Network Adapter by accident? As far as I understand, your host can reach the gateway, your client doesn't, but your client still has a ip address


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You can control the delay time with a setting under "Power" option within Settings area.


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All problems with output to terminal usually heavily linked to terminal settings. TERM environment variable should match actual terminal. Clear perform a lot of thing with terminal (like resetting a tabstops of locked areas, and exact op list is depends on settings). For linux (text/framebuffer) - TERM=linux For most of grafical terminal (like xterm, ...


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It sounds like your sessions (temporary store of variables when users browse between pages) is not getting cleaned. Have a look at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/654310/cleanup-php-session-files for solutions - in summary BACK UP YOUR SYSTEM (rm commands are always a bit dangerous) and set up a cron job to run every night : find /var/lib/php/session ...


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This may be overkill but you can rename any special characters with the script at the link provided in this answer: http://superuser.com/a/858671/365691


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yum list installed | grep -F "anaconda-CentOS-201303020151.x86_64/6.4"


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You want to use the enp0s3 adapter. Edit/create /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-enp0s3 as root and you can set an IP, DNS gateway, set on boot and other options. Then reboot and you should have internet. You also want to run echo "<IP of DNS server>" >> /etc/resolv.conf to set a DNS server if it isn't specified in ifcfg-enp0s3. You can use ...


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After udev-200, the naming convention of interfaces no longer follows the kernel naming convention. Hence, eth0 no longer exists and something like enp0s3 is the new naming convention. Now the name differ depending on where the ethernet card is on the board. There is no difference between the adapter number, but there might be a difference if the Attached ...


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chkservd does not check a specific user. Rather, it checks specific services (as set in /etc/chkserv.d/chkservd.conf) to see if they are running or accessible. We would be more likely to troubleshoot your problem if you provide relevant logs, but based on the information that you have made available, the emails that you are receiving from your server's ...


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At the GRUB boot menu, press e to edit the boot config and remove rhgb.



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