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Related Question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10389988/missing-separate-debuginfos-use-debuginfo-install-glibc-2-12-1-47-el6-2-9-i686 debuginfo-install libtool-ltdl should do.


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there is a problem with devtool1.1 so I did some changes - finally, this worked for me : first run yum clean all than : wget http://people.centos.org/tru/devtools-1.1/devtools-1.1.repo -O /etc/yum.repos.d/devtools-1.1.repo now open /etc/yum.repos.d/devtools-1.1.repo and change from : http://people.centos.org/tru/devtools-2/$releasever/$basearch/RPMS ...


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While I'm not sure, you might need a <Directory> for the target as well. Trying won't hurt. Also, Apache must have +x permissions for all parent directories of both the symlink and the target, as it is required to "descend" into a directory. Use the namei -l tool on the symlink to see a list of path components, and make sure that permission is present ...


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Create a file /etc/ld.so.conf.d/custom.conf with the following content: /usr/local/lib Then run ldconfig as root user. Done! Your program now should be able to see libraries under /usr/local/lib. Directories /lib and /usr/lib are included by default, please see man ldconfig for more details. P.S. I'd recommend you to change the question to "Setting ...


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Export the variables in the ~/.profile or ~/.bash_profile of the user to have them set on login so the line would be LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/lib:/usr/lib:/usr/local/lib export LD_LIBRARY_PATH


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The reliable way to obtain network availability without a restart is: sudo service network restart


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Javadba's suggestion of sudo service network restart seems to do the trick. If this doesn't work, it has worked for me to restart the guest machine.


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Maybe you have installed Puppet or something like that. Check out your services, find something like: Puppet or Chef Regards,


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Either there's some cron job resetting the rules, or you have some daemon running and that keeps resetting the rules. You should check all running services and stop (and disable) everything you don't need. That's a useful advice even without problems like this - there should not be anything running on your server that you don't know exactly what purpose it ...


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I believe the correct way to do so is the following: /etc/init.d/iptables save


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Iptables resets everytime when you reboot your system so you need to load it automatically on every boot, for that you can: sudo sh -c "iptables-save -c > /etc/iptables.rules" This will dump your rules into a file. Then make another script who will run on startup: #!/bin/sh iptables-restore < /etc/iptables.rules exit 0 Plus you can make the ...


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You can add the user andrewto the wheel group and use sudo. They do not login as root but can run some (or all) commands. CentOS: Using Sudo


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No, .ssh/known_hosts is just read and used by your ssh client when you try to connect to another ssh server. The ssh server will send your client its host key. If your known_hosts file doesn't have an entry for the IP or hostname that you connected to, ssh will ask you whether to add this host and its key to the file. If known_hosts does have an entry for ...


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Looks like CentOS uses OpenSSH, the following worked: service sshd restart


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I encountered the same error you did: % sudo kextunload -b com.github.osxfuse.filesystems.osxfusefs (kernel) Kext com.github.osxfuse.filesystems.osxfusefs not found for unload request. Failed to unload com.github.osxfuse.filesystems.osxfusefs - (libkern/kext) not found. But then I just proceeded with the rest of the instructions from that link: # Use ...


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You can achieve this most of the times with yum history. From man yum: history The history command allows the user to view what has happened in past transactions (assuming the history_record config. option is set). You can use info/list/packages-list/packages-info/summary to view what happened, undo/redo/rollback to act on that information and new ...


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The correct way to reload the yum caches is: yum clean all


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On CentOS and Redhat, the default repository is pretty limited. To get access to a lot more packages, you need to install EPEL and RPMForge. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/FAQ#How_can_I_install_the_packages_from_the_EPEL_software_repository.3F To install them: sudo rpm -Uvh ...


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The virtual machine is behind NAT and won't be accessible from the outside. You can either configure NAT port forwarding or change the interface type to bridge (so the VM has a physical presence in your local network). If you only need to access it from your machine, the Host-Only Adapter type will be enough.


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Unfortunately on Linux the copy "cp" command doesn’t have an option to automatically answer this question with a "y" or "n" answer. There’s more than one solution to this problem depending on what you want to do. One solution is to use the Unix "yes" command. This command will output a string repeatedly until killed. If we want to overwrite all of the ...


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You will also need to propagate your hostnames + IP to your local DNS. By default it will not be able to resolve hostnames without, as it is most likely only some kind of a proxy for your provider's DNS. As I cannot say, waht you are running as router, I'd recommend to check manual how to do it. Also you could put your hosts to the hosts-file (Windows ...


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Mount the folder as NFS share in Windows instead of using VMWare "Shared Folders".


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The integrated folder-sharing capability of VMware is rudimentary to say the least. We have simply given up on it. What did work reliably though, was to set up Samba on the NFS host and share the same tree through Samba and NFS - *nix users will use NFS, Windows users will use SMB ("Map network drive"). As a side effect you will likely notice a remarkable ...


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I found this in an Arch Linux forum and it appears to work to remove the swipe screen (screen shield) gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.session idle-delay 0 Found here: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1351594#p1351594


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Normally, on a trusted network (i.e. home network, etc.) you could get away with xhost +hostname This enables X11 host control for your local display. It allows a X11 connection from the remote host hostname to connect to your local X11 server. Please keep in mind that X11 host control is an old, old mechanism that is not inherently secure. It provides ...


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I'm no expert and am also exploring this area, and I think you can try mapping the device to the LUNs, which is fixed. This can be found under /dev/disk/by-path . Do this to see the links between the LUNs and the mapped devices: ls -l /dev/disk/by-path To find out more about the iSCSI disks: fdisk -l /dev/disk/by-path/* Hope this helps!


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I faced the same Problem and found a solution here: http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1022454 Put short: Change the keyboard style on your underlying system to ENG (United States) (assuming you're using Windows 8.1 like me, but it might work on other systems too). Explanation: When you ...


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Based on a comment on the Ansible Project group on Google, installing openssh-clients fixed this for me: sudo yum install openssh-clients


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Im afraid you cannot add mirror without rebooting. New mirror has to be to be synchronized first. I think that operation cannot be done when system is running and it will be done while rebooting. It may take long time to synchronize if you have a lot of data there. Here is howto: Adding a mirror to an existing LVM volume (proxmox) I never had problem with ...


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This is a little hacky, but you could temporarily install a shell script "wrapper" program that massages ifconfig output into the form expected by the install script. Start by renaming /sbin/ifconfig to /sbin/ifconfig.real. Then create a new file named /sbin/ifconfig, containing this: #!/bin/sh exec /sbin/ifconfig.real "$@" | sed 's/ inet / inet addr:/' ...


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Another place to look for Clang binaries is in EPEL. They have Clang 3.4 for RHEL 6 right now, which should work fine with CentOS 6.


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Xen needs VT extensions for hardware VMs (as opposed to paravirtualised VMs) to be enabled to work. Your error message, and the cpu flags indicate that VT is enabled or present in the system. The cpu flag for it is vmx, and intel's datasheet says that the processor has it. Ideally all you need to do is to go into bios and enable Virtualization Extensions . ...


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You get a lot more information about the failure if you run sshfs as: sshfs -odebug,sshfs_debug,loglevel=debug user@host ... Usually this will give you something a lot more helpful to debug the problem.


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Yes, certainly. But there are a few things to be aware of. You should compile from source and give a prefix to your home directory: ./configure --prefix=$HOME Of course add parameters as needed. make install will then install in /home/yourdir/bin, /home/yourdir/lib, etc. You may need to run 'ldconfig' manually on your lib directory to create shortened ...



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