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Mar
12
comment Trying to add deploy user to AWS Linux AMI but I can't SSH in to it
Are you sure that the ssh client is using the correct private key? Try specifying it exlicitly using the -i switch, e.g.: ssh -i ~/.ssh/my_private_key ...
Dec
16
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Dec
16
comment Can't Connect To AWS EC2 Instance via Putty
What happened between the time it was working and the time it stopped working? Did you make any config change? Installed any update?
Dec
16
comment Can't Connect To AWS EC2 Instance via Putty
Do you see anything related to OpenSSH? You should at least see a line like this:Starting OpenSSH server [ OK ]
Dec
16
comment Can't Connect To AWS EC2 Instance via Putty
Did you check the System Log in the AWS console? From the EC2 Instances screen, click the Action button and then "Instance Settings", "Get System Log". Look for any error there.
Sep
6
revised Stuck on password even though used --disabled-password option in ubuntu
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Sep
6
answered Stuck on password even though used --disabled-password option in ubuntu
Jun
27
comment Ubuntu Cron ec2-create-snapshot
Is your cron script owned by root and not writable by group or other? Also when you run the script manually, do you run is as root?
May
3
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Apr
22
awarded  Caucus
Jan
29
answered I accidentally deleted the home directory on my Amazon Linux EC2. My whole site disappeared. What now?
Dec
12
answered Is there .exe package of apache tomcat somewhere?
Oct
4
answered Broken sudo on amazon web services ec2 linux centOS
Sep
5
comment We can't access to jenkins from anywhere
It depends how you installed it.
Sep
3
comment We can't access to jenkins from anywhere
Is Tomcat running on port 80 or is it fronted by Apache?
Jul
3
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Jun
14
comment Is it possible to allow jenkins to access the files that only root or some specific programs have access to?
Changing the permissions does not mean to "open them to the world" or to make them available to anyone since system users are not people. You could use Linux groups, for example.
Jun
13
comment Is it possible to allow jenkins to access the files that only root or some specific programs have access to?
To change the permissions through the execute shell you would need to run it as a user having root privileges anyway, so it would just move the problem. Why does your boss refuse to change permissions on the directory itself? It looks like the simple and sane solution imo.
Dec
31
answered Get tomcat to start context(s) immediately
Sep
13
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