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error: “net.inet.ip.fastforwarding” is an unknown key

I've been doing some research into improving performance for OpenVPN and I found out about setting fastforwarding to 1 but when I tried I got the error error: "net.inet.ip.fastforwarding" is an ...
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SSH connection establishment too slow [duplicate]

I'm having issues while connecting to my Local Centos 6.3 VM with 500 MB ram. Below is the output of ssh -vvv localhost connection: OpenSSH_6.3, OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013 debug1: Reading ...
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How To Install Thunderbird 24.0 on centos

How do I update thunderbird to latest version 24 on centos 6.3 (final) 64bit. I cannot find any good tutorial on installing it on centos. Merely copying and pasting the 'thunderbird' folder in ...
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CentOs eth2 wont start on reboot

I have Cent OS 6.4 inside my virtualbox with two ethernet devices. One is connected to the internet with NAT, the other is connected to the internal network. here is my eth2 config file cat ...
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Centos6.4 Kickstart stuck at %POST

I have the below kickstart %post, but it hangs at the Post Installation Screen. Any thing I had missed or done wrongly? Thanks. %post --log=/root/my-post-log ( echo "# Running Post Configuration #" ...
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Where is ACL data technically stored?

I'm studying ACLs and am confused on where this information technically resides. Is this just technically just meta data from inodes?
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Why can't ACLs block users from having access to their own home directory?

CentOS 6.x In the process of studying ACLs, I came across this blurb in my training documentation: However with ACLs, you can't deny access for a user to his home directory While I can't think ...
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Broken sudo on amazon web services ec2 linux centOS

So I had no idea of the dangers of messing with the /etc/sudoers file, and was just trying to make a simple change in there. However, I seem to have put something with incorrect syntax in there, ...
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CentOS 6 and Fedora Repositories

I did a Google search and couldn't find the specific answer to my questions. I know CentOS and Fedora are extremely similar. Would a Fedora repository (i.e. ...
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Not able to install Nautilus Terminal

I am using centOS Release 6.4(Final) and GNOME 2.28.2. System information is Linux localhost 2.6.32-358.11.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Jun 12 03:34:52 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux I ...
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CentOS 6 - No Updates

I've had a CentOS 6.3 VM set up for some time now, but I'm not seeing any updates when I run yum check-update, or yum list-security. There has to be something (especially with Apache/MySQL!). If I ...
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kickstart bootloader --driveorder configuration

I use a kickstart file for a customized install CentOS. On certain machines, if a memory stick is in the USB port, it fails because it tries to install CentOS on the memory stick. Kickstart current ...
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Computers are restarting spontaneously and simultaneously, how do I find the cause?

I have two computers that spontaneously shut down and rebooted (this happened more than once), both are identical hardware and were installed from the same image (CentOS 5). They are controlling some ...
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jemalloc and other errors making redis on centos 6.4

I am setting up a new, dedicated, centos 6.4 system with redis. I have installed redis many times, but have never hit this issue (and have never been on centos 6.4 before). cd redis-2.6.16 sudo make ...
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Firewall config prevents hibernate connecting to postgres in CentOS6.3

I have an operating environment in CentOS 6.3 that has tomcat7 and postgres9.2 installed. There is just one web application deployed in tomcat that tries to establish a connection from localhost to ...
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ERROR: could not find driver after changing from mysql to mariadb

mysql was working fine but I wanted to give mariadb a try on a new server I have going. However I am having an issue where all my php websites seem to have issues communicating with mariadb. Webmin ...
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replace xen kernel with non xen kernel

I have a virtual appliance in Xen format (XVA) that I wish run to on another hypervisor (MS Hyper-V). What have I done so far: I have converted the XVA to OVF using XenConvert, this resulted in a vhd ...
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Centos VM network configuration problems [closed]

Hi I am new to this stuff and confused. I have a CentOS VM and I cannot get it to see the outside world. I have a bridged adapter. I have tried NAT and a host only network. /etc/sysconfig/network: ...
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What are the pros and cons to editing iptables configuration file vs adding rules via the iptables command

I am working with a product on CentOS that occasionally needs to automatically add and remove rules from the iptables configuration. For example, during an update, we want to explicitly refuse ...
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Any guides for dummies to setting up a VPN?

I am looking for a guide to setting up a VPN on a VPS, most of the guides don't explain certain elements and I've been left feeling clueless halfway through them. For example when I was installing ...
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How to tell rsyslog to create log file if not there?

Default behaviour by rsyslog is to append traces to an existing log file. Now, I've seen (CentOs, Scientific Linux) that when rsyslog is already running, you delete the log file (e.g. the one ...
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error using yum in centos 6

my yum command used to work fine , but now , when I try to use it , it gives me an error : file:///home/user/repo/repodata/repomd.xml: [Errno 14] Could not open/read ...
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Access a NTFS external drive in centos [duplicate]

Is there any way to access a external hard drive with NTFS format in CEntOS 6.2 ?
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how to investigate Firewall blocked outbound TCP

CentOS webserver with CSF (Config Server Firewall) running. Blocking all outbound / Inbound traffic except listed ports 80 81 22 21 etc. for web, mail & FTP services etc. I'm use to seeing heaps ...
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How are ACL permissions processed and in what order do they apply to a given user action?

CentOS 6.4 I'm trying to better understand how filesystem ACL rules are processed and in what order ACL rules apply. For example, let's say users bob and joe belong to a group called sales. Let's ...
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What package is necessary to install for the getacl command? [closed]

CentOS 6.3 I'm studying Access Control Lists and for some reason, the getacl command isn't available. When I try running it, I get: [root@foobox test] getacl test.txt -bash: getacl: command not ...
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Why does find -mtime +1 only return files older than 2 days?

CentOS 5.9 I'm struggling to wrap my mind around why the find interprets file modification times the way it does. Specifically, I don't understand why the -mtime +1 doesn't show files less than 48 ...
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Open a port in my CentOS

I'm trying top open a port on my CentOS machine: I edit the /etc/sysconfig/iptables file and add my rule: -A INPUT -p TCP -m state --state NEW -m tcp --dport 143 -j ACCEPT Then I restart the ...
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What is linux peth* and virbr* network interface?

Usually when execute ifconfig I got the "usual" network interfaces: wlan0, eth0 and lo. Those, I suppose to be my PC's wireless adaptor, ethernet adaptor and localhost. I'm using a remote server that ...
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Run a command when system starts for any users [duplicate]

How can my system run a command every time that it is started? Is there any script that the system runs when it is starting? I'm using CentOS 6.2.
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Adding files to Linux readonly-root

I've a netboot Linux server where the the /root is mounted as readonly. # Set to 'yes' to mount the system filesystems read-only. READONLY=yes # Set to 'yes' to mount various temporary state as ...
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Yum update error: Could not retrieve mirrorlist

I'm trying to do yum update. This is the error I'm getting. sudo yum update Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile Could not retrieve mirrorlist ...
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Is it possible to add an item to the Nautilus right click menu?

I want to add an item to my right click menu, and run a command when a user clicks on it. I'm using Centos 6.2, is it possible? If yes please tell me how I can do this.
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Postfix, Amavis-new, ClamAV: Permission denied. ERROR

Error lines in /var/log/maillog Sep 22 12:08:20 sun amavis[4493]: (04493-09) (!)run_av (ClamAV-clamd) FAILED - unexpected , output="/var/spool/amavisd/tmp/amavis-20130922T052321-04493-crApLkq5/parts: ...
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Question about using pdflatex on RedHat in CentOS

I am a novice in using Linux systems. I was given an assignment of writing a document using LaTeX and converting the file into a pdf file to submit. So I tried using my CentOS to do so. The version ...
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How to install git for CentOS?

I tried several suggestions from this answer but none of them worked. [root@308321 sugar-dev]# yum install git Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: ...
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How to undelete just deleted directory with “rm -R” command?

I deleted an important directory with rm -R command. This is an very populer host data. It was located /var/zpanel/hostdata/ayrintilih After remove ayrintilih directory has gone everything. I tried ...
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How and where is the at command configured?

When I install a new Linux system, one of my first tasks is to have crontab send all its email to a designated email address, not root. I want to do the same for the at command. That is I would like ...
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How to run a command ( ifup eth0 ) 10 seconds AFTER the desktop loads?

My modem does not connect as fast to the internet as the computer reboots. My modem and my computer are connected to the same outlet that I shut off and on via remote, so I need the computer to wait ...
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Does segfaults mean bad memory

This is a brand new server with a new install and fresh compile of Apache/PHP with nothing crazy. Just a WordPress site hosted and I get the following. Could this just mean bad RAM? If so how can I ...
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Debugging dmesg logs

I noticed I have the following in my logs. I just am not sure as to how to go about figuring out how to fix or find out what is causing them and if they are serious. [582046.956291] Core dump to ...
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How to use -d in ntfsundelete?

As far as I can tell from the manpage of ntfsundelete getting a file back is done with e.g. ntfsundelete /dev/sdb3 -u -m important.txt which would undelete the file in-place. If I don't want ...
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Applications are not using the same keyboard mappings, it seems

I’m using an american keyboard and writing in Portuguese. I updated /etc/sysconfig/keyboard as the following article suggested. It worked but only in the console. Firefox and Sublime Text2 shows '+c ...
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PHP Upgrade Error (PHP 5.3.3 to PHP 5.4.19 on CentOS 6.4)

I'm using CentOS 6.4 and I was following this tutorial in order to upgrade PHP from v 5.3.3 to v 5.4.19 but I got the following error: Error: php54w-common conflicts with ...
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Replacing libpng-devel (1.5.3) with libpng12-devel RPMs on CentOS

I have a CentOS 6.4 box with a lot of other RPMs. I want to replace libpng-devel with libpng12.devel. If I do an rpm -e libpng-devel I get the following: error: Failed dependencies: ...
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Is there a more proper place than /etc/rc.local for writing to configure binfmt?

I want to be able to run clr (>NET/mono) exes on my redhat machines, so I add the following to /etc/rc.local: echo ':CLR:M::MZ::/opt/mono-head/bin/mono:' > /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/register This ...
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centos 6.4 trouble with /dev/pts/ptmx

I have a problem with the server running on CentOS. CentOS has been upgraded to version 6.4 and has all updates. Updates were made according to the official repositories. On the server running the ...
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Problems in installing firefox 23 on centos 6.3 ( libpangoft2-1.0.so.0)

XPCOMGlueLoad error for file /home/xd/firefox/firefox/libxul.so: libpangoft2-1.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Couldn't load XPCOM. I cannot find a way to install ...
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Issues accessing CIFS share directories

Disclaimer 1: Crossposted from Serverfault because there was no activity over there. Disclaimer 2: This question is similar to Automounting not working correctly for CIFS shares; weird results but ...
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Installing python modules for python2.6

On my CentOS 5.8 system (el5 , 64bit), I had python2.4 after OS install and I installed python2.6 now. Now I want to install python modules using yum. But whenever I install a new python module it ...