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I experienced similar issue when I tried to setup ffmpeg on my vps at rosehosting. The rosehosting support fixed the issue and explained to me that I needed higher yasm version to compile the latest x264 version. They used the following steps to install yasm on my vps: git clone git://github.com/yasm/yasm.git cd yasm ./autogen.sh ./configure make make ...


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Regarding the rpm library error,It seemed that the MySQL package you are trying to install needs higher version of rpm but you are trying to install in the machine which has lower version of rpm since lower version of rpm doesn't recognise the library. You can check the rpm package you have installed by executing the below commands rpm --version To ...


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Sounds like a firewall issue. Try using nmap from another machine on the same network to see what ports are open. If no other machine is available to you, perhaps you can ask support for the hosting service to do this for you. If you are still able to log into the machine, then as root, use netstat -al to see what ports are listening. Use iptables -L or ...


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It ended up being a routing problem.. All my traffic was being routed through the internal NIC so I couldn't ping any public IPs.


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According to: Bug 981984 – Can't connect to Vino, except with Vinagre "Comment 10" [alexus@wcmisdlin02 ~]$ gsettings get org.gnome.Vino require-encryption true [alexus@wcmisdlin02 ~]$ gsettings set org.gnome.Vino require-encryption false [alexus@wcmisdlin02 ~]$ gsettings get org.gnome.Vino require-encryption false [alexus@wcmisdlin02 ~]$


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This is actually documented in Atlassian's own wiki, see "Migrate to Another Database".


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If you're dealing with VMWare try following: I added the following line to my .vmx file: ethernet0.virtualDev = "e1000" reference: www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=47724


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Try putting a specific ip and port in each of your VirtualHost blocks. So put: <VirtualHost 127.0.0.1:80>


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The version of glibc you have installed does not satisfy the dependencies of the RPM you are trying to install. You mentioned that you are using RHEL 6.5 -- the RPM you are trying to install has "el7" in the filename (libtirpc-0.2.4-0.3.el7.x86_64.rpm) which means that it was compiled and built against RHEL 7. You can see that your system has GLIBC 2.12, ...


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The error message peer holds all free leases can also mean that the request has been received on the wrong network interface, e.g. if a computer is only configured to get an IP on eth0, but the DHCP request is received on eth1. In my case one interface was for the workstation network and the other one for printers only and someone plugged a workstation into ...


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You have TWO problems. A: you're apparently are on the machine you're trying to copy to, rather than the one you're trying to copy from B: cp cannot transfer between machines. To resolve A try scp username@YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY:/home/username/some.xml /path/to/directory/


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While grawity was a great help on figuring out what the problem was, I finally solved by running a simple, but overlooked command: sudo systemctl enable app.target That was it. Just enable the target and the service will work like a charm. The CoreOS docs helped me figure this out.


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As in the manual pages, StopWhenUnneeded=true means "stop this unit as soon as no other active units depend on it anymore". For example, if you start app.target, it depends on app-web-1.target which will also be started, and likewise depends on app-web-1.service. But if you stop the main app.target later, normally it wouldn't affect other two units at all ...


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I'll answer my own question. According to information in this link, the above 'halt' message is broadcast to sessions during a shutdown, shutdown -h now. https://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=36485 The -h means halt in Linux parlance, an unfamiliar term to Windows users, and does not mean something unplanned and bad has happened. Halt is a ...


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The system was powered off by the System Administrator. In Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 /sbin/shutdown prints this message. $ strings /sbin/shutdown | grep 'halt NOW!' The system is going down for halt NOW! If you are interested in the code: shutdown.c warning_message() function, shutdown.c main() calls warning_message()


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You need to change systemd service unit definition file /usr/lib/systemd/system/telnet.socket. The section [Socket] has by default: [Socket] ListenStream=23 To change port number to which in.telnetd will respond to (via systemd), change 23 to 2323.


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I had this issue on Dedicated CentOS 7 server, and came across the fix described in this bug report: bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=7395 That was a fine solution on the Dedicated to add gid=5 to devpts in fstab. screen now works as expected for all users. However, I ran across this thread as I was trying to solve the issue on an OpenVZ container of CentOS 7. ...


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Create and execute a bash script like that: #!/bin/bash executable-1 & executable-2 & ...


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If you make the directories world writable and set the sticky bit on them other users will be able to create new files but will only have write access to the files they own. From man chmod: The sticky bit prevents unprivileged users from removing or renaming a file in the directory unless they own the file or the directory; this is called the restricted ...


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You should check your /etc/postfix/master.cf configuration file and see if Postfix is configured to pass on all incoming emails to virtual users. Basically, the following lines should be present: dovecot unix - n n - - pipe flags=DRhu user=vmail:vmail argv=/usr/lib/dovecot/deliver -f ${sender} -d ${recipient} They are ...


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This worked for me (Anaconda, Fedora 20): %pre --log=/tmp/ks_pre.log #!/bin/bash # Backup fds in temporal ones exec {STDOUTBACK}>&1 exec {STDERRBACK}>&2 # Go to current terminal for pre% section exec 1>>/dev/pts/0 exec 2>>/dev/pts/0 # Show message whiptail --yesno 'Do you like StackOverflow?' --yes-button 'Yes' --no-button 'No' ...


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First of a brief breakdown of the command you're using. cd ~ - will descend you to your "home" directory (~ is a variable) wget -O - will download the file tar -zxf - will unpack downloaded file Try the step-by-step approach. In terminal type following: cd ~ and type pwd (your location should be something like /home/username) wget ...


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If the clients route all the traffic to the server (i.e. with leftsubnet=0.0.0.0/0) you only have to make sure the private services are only accessible via VPN. This is quite simple to achieve with strongSwan. Just accept IKE and IPsec traffic (and possibly SSH and other protocols you want to allow) on the INPUT chain and then set the default policy to DROP: ...


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Can you please post your ntp.conf file. A few things stand out with the info you provided already... DC3 will show the ip 10.1.1.2 as that what DC3 is configured (or getting) the time from. The Offset is too big - -4263.4, you also show sync_alarm and a massive rootdispersion=2356.905 and refid=INIT Something looks to be broken in your time setup. I ...


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If the guest able to get both host-only and NAT IP addresses correctly, the problem might be on the route table. Please check the output of "ip route" to find out what is the default route.


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/etc/group is a source of group information, but not necessarily the only one. If your system is set up to use NIS, LDAP, or some other source of user/group information, that information will not necessarily be reflected in /etc/group. getent reads and reports from all of the configured data sources, of which /etc/group is only one. I specifically use ...


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When I installed the operating system I found I were missing two NICs from network manager and when we used the command: ~] # lspci -k -nn | grep -i 'ethernet' I found out that we have the card installed but they were not performing the task. Both of them were of same king and it was obvious that these routers were missing drivers, I tried to search ...


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Ok so basically I had to change to this: SELINUX=permissive in the /etc/selinux/config file. More info here: crypt.gen.nz/selinux/disable_selinux.html Is this the best solution?


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By noticing that the disk space freed up on a 5-minute cycle, we were able to identify the problem. It's a behavior that may be unique to the file system we're using, the XFS file system. XFS allows you to specify a pre-allocated file size. We mounted the file-system with an allocsize=1G, given that this file system was built with large files in mind and ...


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git-up is a ruby gem, not a yum package. Install it by issuing this command gem install git-up


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Please try searching the package using the below command To search for a specific package by name su -c 'yum list git' To search for all packages that include files called git su -c 'yum provides git' To list all packages with names that begin with tsc su -c 'yum list git\*' Also I checked in Google and got the link that explains that EPEL (Extra ...


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A co-worked found a solution to this problem. It would be hard to pinpoint all the environment settings changed since I first got the VM, but hopefully this will be enough: Have guest additions installed (for either Virtualbox or VMware, whatever you're using). DELETE the file /etc/X11/xorg.conf (or to be safer, mv it to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.unused or ...


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You need to edit your iptables file to allow connections on ports used by smb. Open /etc/sysconfig/iptables and add these lines: # accept connections on smb ports -A INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp --dport 445 -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -m state --state NEW -m udp -p udp --dport 445 -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -m state --state NEW -m udp -p udp --dport 137 -j ...


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I got it working. These links helped me: http://aruljohn.com/info/virtualbox-access-guest-from-host-nat/ http://support.nagios.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=28348


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You can divide the problem into smaller parts that will help troubleshooting: Use 'ping ' from the host to the guest to determine if you can reach it. Check if there are firewalls running on the guest that blocks ping and/or www ports (e.g. 'iptables -L'. Open the web page with a browser within the guest to check that it's actually running and accessible. ...


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Well I got it sorted. I was hesitant to use the answer in this Stack; http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15799047/trying-to-remove-yum-which-is-protected-in-centos As there were comments suggesting yum itself ended up broken. I tried it anyway; rpm -e --nodeps libffi And it uninstalled the offending libffi package. Then yum install libffi-devel ...



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