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Bash follows Posix conventions and on startup first sets your shell context by sourcing the /etc/profile file. On RedHat systems, the /etc/profile file contains code to look into /etc/profile.d for files ending in '.sh'. It then sources each of them one-by-one, adding the variables set therein to your environment. Likewise, the csh/tcsh shells run /etc/csh....


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That GoDaddy! tutorial seems a bit odd in my humble opinion. There is utterly no reason to use sudo with git since all Git is really is a version control system. So I believe your core problem is Git is not installed on your system to begin with. To solve that just connect to your server via SSH and run this command: sudo yum install git-all Then once Git ...


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I know you indicate it is disabled, but if NetworkManager is creating those files, there is a configuration option to tell it to stop. The header in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf points you to a man page for the config file: # Configuration file for NetworkManager. # # See "man 5 NetworkManager.conf" for details. In the man page it tells you: ...


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Oracle java 8 example : /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.8.0-sun-1.8.0.92/jre/lib/ext/jfxrt.jar Oracle java 7 example : ...../java/jdk1.7.0_09/jre/lib/jfxrt.jar


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Since you're asking about RHEL6, I looked at the source code for useradd (which is delivered as part of the 'shadow' package). In useradd.c is a function called new_spent where it sets up a new shadow password entry. There it addresses the "expired password on creation" issue this way: if (0 == spent->sp_lstchg) { /* Better disable aging than requiring a ...


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Got around this by delegating the python script to write it's own pidfile.


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Not the year 2000 "redhat 7", but RHEL 7 : Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 Note : devtoolset-3 is not an update of gcc/g++, but just one of the extra compilers available for EL7 . I.e. you can have as many versions of gcc as you want, installed at the same time. Please make sure you have the system compiler installed : # yum install gcc-c++ Requires: libmpfr....


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If your RHEL 7 system has SELinux enforcing, you need to enable the SELinux boolean values to get NFS working. To check if your system is utilizing SELinux: # getenforce If the above returns enforcing, please continue: # getsebool -a | grep httpd_use_nfs If the above returns httpd_use_nfs --> off, run the following command to permanently allow ...


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According to Ubuntu documentation for LD_LIBRARY_PATH: You must use /etc/ld.so.conf.d/*.conf configuration files Then: Add a ld.so configuration file in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/ with the path of your LD_LIBRARY_PATH Update the cache with: sudo ldconfig -v


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A. You have to put NM_UNMANAGED to TRUE in a file in /etc/udev/rules.d in order to ensure "No default connection will be created and automatic activation will not be attempted". That's a great question. I took a look at it on Fedora, so there might be a change in directory name. This is what i found in the documentation. man NetworkManager ...


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On newer Linux systems, there is frequently this NetworkManager taking care of these files. There is a command line tool for it, but it is usually configured via a GUI available at the desktop of your choice. Since RHEL 5 is really old, I would assume that you can/should use the Redhat configuration tool system-config-network. There are some master ...



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