The action of modifying a program's behavior, generally by modifying a text file.

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arch linux apache start at boot crash

I have Raspberry Pi B+ with Arch Linux installed and at boot time, apache web server does not start: [xxx@rpi ~]# systemctl status -l httpd * httpd.service - Apache Web Server Loaded: loaded ...
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All configuration files are embedded in jars?

What does it mean that All configuration files are embedded in jars. for the Apache Jakarta James e-mail server? Does that mean that config files must be placed back into the JAR file? Or, can ...
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Configure a freeRadius server with dhcp function

I have installed a freeradius server on a debian machine and it is working correctly. I want to configure my freeradius server to provide IP addresses for the authenticated users! Can any one tell ...
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My Postfix installation is sending out spam; how to stop it?

Since a few days, my web/mailserver (centos 6.4) is sending out spammails by the bunch, and only stopping the postfix service is putting an end to it. SMPT is set up to only accept connections over ...
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SMTP issues - unable to connect : CentOS 6.5, Postfix, Dovecot, MySQL

I'm trying to setup an email server on a CentOS system with Postfix, Dovecot and MySQL. I'm following this article for an Ubuntu system: ...
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OpenSSH import configuration from external files

I've been searching around with no luck, so I'm just asking to make sure. Is it possible to import an external config file? Example with ~/.ss/config file : Hosts * IdentityFile ...
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How to fix make error “No rule to make target 'menuconfig'” when building a kernel for Beagleboard?

The aim is to build and install the USB Video Class (UVC) module, via make modules_install. I'm trying to configure the kernel via make menuconfig on Angstrom distribution, running on BeagleBoard-xM. ...
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How can I find the correct name for my microphone and sound output using aplay or pacmd or something else, to apply in asound.conf?

I need to write a default mic and default speaker output in the asound.conf config file. But I don't know exactly how I can find my external sound card or microphone device's name, so that on reboot ...
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rsnapshot default root directory seems wrong

I'm running openSuse 13.2. In the config file, /etc/rsnapshot.conf.default, there is the following entry: snapshot_root /.snapshots/ rsnapshot has never been run. Yet in /.snapshots there are a ...
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Which Soundblaster Live! 5.1 profile as shown in pavucontrol should I use and why?

I'm using an ancient SB Live! 5.1 card with Debian Jessie (8.3), and the default sound setup, which I assume is Alsa and pulseaudio. If I go to the config tab in pavucontrol, I see an impressively ...
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Change hostname on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 for VMware

I want to update the hostname for one of my VMware virtual machines running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 for VMware . I tried changing the hostname using YaST but after reboot the old name ...
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Sendmail not masquerading email “Received:” headers

I followed the instructions from NixCraft site and try to masquerade my emails with the following configuration: MASQUERADE_AS(example.com)dnl FEATURE(masquerade_envelope)dnl ...
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What's that tool for capturing manual changes to a Linux system?

Help me beat my amnesia! Many moons ago I've used a tool that allowed me to capture manual (i.e. not done using Chef or Puppet) changes to a Linux system, store the information as a file and allow the ...
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varnish configtest

Is there a way to check varnish configuration syntax without actually using the new version? I'm searching for a native varnish equivalent of apache2ctl configtest
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Apache configuration with proxy and location

I want to map these domains to these ports. How can I do it? http://test1.example.com/phpmyadmin/ example.com:80/phpmyadmin/ http://test1.example.com/app1/ example.com:8080/app1/ ...
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What determines the GUI file chooser launched by applications?

I am using KDE (Kubuntu), and I noticed that different GUI programs when launching a file chooser seem to use 3-4 different types of file choosers. Some are more annoying in that they do not seem to ...
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Can't install graphics driver on Wheezy - Using Inspiron 3537

I've recently installed Debian Wheezy 7.5 and dual booted it with Ubuntu 14.04. I've installed all of the drivers except the graphics driver which I've been trying to install for a couple of days. ...
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How to setup PPPoE with OpenWrt

Probably this is a simple question, but I can't find an answer... I have an ADSL router (Dlink DSL-524T) which runs OpenWrt Backfire 10.03.1. It connects to the internet using PPPoA: this is my ...
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How to set LANG in locale, despite it's in /etc/default/locale in ubuntu for unicode support?

I run Ubuntu 12.04, I can't set the locale to en_US.utf8. I set the LANG by configuring /etc/default/locale as described here. $cat /etc/default/locale LANG=en_US.utf8 $locale LANG= LANGUAGE= ...
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Are configuration files which are desirable to keep when reinstalling normally kept in /home?

It is my understanding that on a desktop/laptop for normal, personal use (not servers or for other specialized tasks), one of the primary benefits of having /home on its own partition is keeping the ...
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vsftpd full anonymous access

I'm runnning vsftpd on Raspberry Pi, Debian 7.0. I want to use it to do backups in my Home-LAN only, so security is not an issue (behind NAT/Firewall, only trusted users). I would like full access as ...
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How can I get information about my acceleration method?

I created a file at /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-radeon.conf to change my acceleration method to EXA to prevent a problem I've been experiencing. The problem is, from time to time, all the windows go all ...
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[FreeBSD] rc.conf, loader.conf vs static kernel linking

I'm curious: What, exactly are the benefits to statically linking modules into the kernel rather than loading through rc.conf, etc? For example: To add linux emulation, I could add ...
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How can I query rsyslog settings?

I am using rsyslog for program logging and system logging so I have unified log files. I'm having some messages dropping out and I'm not sure why, but I think it may be a configuration option set ...
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vsftpd: virtual user not able to upload file or create directory

I created 2 virtual users for ftp (vsftpd): bholu1 and bholu2 I wanted bholu1 to have write access, access to make directory and upload permission. For that I have set up the user bholu1 as below but ...
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Old IPv6 address does not disappear using another router

My computer connects to a router via an ethernet cable. I have then an global address IPv6 for example : a::face/64. Here is my network configuration at the auto-configuration mode : auto eth0 iface ...
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Meaning of root in GRUB config file

Refering to here with a configuration as grub> root (hd0,0) grub> kernel /vmlinuz-i686-up-4GB root=/dev/hda9 grub> boot The preceding is usually sufficient to boot a Linux box. The ...
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Running a command on all servers using Fabric

I am not sure , whether i should i ask this question here or some other stack-exchange community , but i am trying some simple commands to run on a list of servers , using python fabric. The code ...
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Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking

I was successfully using a small (20,000 entries) zone file with bind9 server, but today my data provider sent an update which caused the zone file to become 300,000+ entries large (30Mb+). The ...
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In Debian Jessie, make allnoconfig and make allyesconfig generate the same .config file

In debian jessie, I've installed the linux source with: sudo apt-get install linux-source I obtain a file /usr/src/linux-source-3.16.tar.xz, I copy it under my home directory, change the ownership ...
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Is it possible to force an OpenGL application to use adaptive vsync?

The Windows nVidia control panel allows one to enable adaptive vsync globally or on a per-application basis. On the other hand, while on Linux nvidia-settings has an "application profiles" tab, it ...
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CentOS 7 - Rename network interface without rebooting

I'm renaming network interfaces by modifying the files in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. eth0 -> nic0 eth1 -> nic1 The content of the network scripts looks like this, after modification: # cat ...
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Don't show first line with common key bindings in mutt's menus

In the usual message index, mutt uses one line for displaying q:Quit d:Del u:Undel s:Save m:Mail r:Reply g:Group ?:Help Similar key bindings are displayed in other menus, e.g in the ...
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How do I cycle through panes inside a window in tmux like in screen?

I thought Tmux - move window to pane was the same question but it doesn't seem to be. Coming from using GNU screen regularly, I'm looking for tmux to do the same things. On of the things I do ...
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Why won't NVIDIA X Server Settings configuration save on reboot?

I'm on a 64-bit machine running Debian 8.2 "Jessie" with MATE Desktop Environment. I have a Geforce GTX 650ti video card. I'm logged in as a non-superuser account named "john." I open NVIDIA X ...
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How to configure a tool to open shell or run a shell command?

I'm Manjaro, an Arch based distribution, and I'm using Eclipse (An IDE). Eclipse has a plugin to facilitate some quick commands for selected files and folders. Some of these commands are: Shell ...
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Hide/Encrypt application configuration

Is there any way to hide/crypt software config files (services such as Apache web server , Varnish and so on) from boss and others?
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i3bang parametrized expansions

I would like to know if it possible to make parametrized expansions with i3bang preprocessor. For example, I have several modes to launch emacsclient for different server and all the commands in the ...
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Can a wibox in Awesome-WM be setup vertically?

I use the venerable Awesome WM to manage tiled window layouts across a couple of screens. My configuration has a few goodies, but in general it follows a familiar pattern with a bar across the top ...
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Change which brightness device gnome uses?

I am using a lenovo thinkpad w520 running fedora 22 and gnome 3. This particular laptop has both an integrated (Intel HD Graphics 3000) and discrete graphics (NVIDIA Quadro 1000M) card. When I'm in ...
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Monitor labels appearing in displays on Linux Mint MATE

Monitor labels have started appearing in the upper left corner of each display as shown in this screenshot showing my 2 displays: external monitor and laptop. The labels are always on top and do ...
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Can't access website from other networks

I am trying to open a website since I was told to use and they gave me some tasks to do from there. I have always been able to use it from my work network, but not from other networks. And the guy who ...
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Using OpenVPN with systemd

Ok, so I've been searching the web for solutions to this problem with no answers seeming to work for me. Hopefully someone can help me. I'm only trying to configure the OpenVPN Client. I'm running ...
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/etc/default/sw vs /etc/sw vs /etc/sw.d/ [closed]

I've seen many software in Linux that use these three locations to store their configuration. /etc/sw /etc/default/sw /etc/sw.d/ So my question is: Why there are three places and what is the ...
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Configuring Apache virtual hosts in extra file

I have access to a machine running linux. Apache2 is installed on it. I need to add 3 virtual hosts. In /etc/apache2/sites-available, there is a set of about 15 files displayed with ls -la. I was ...
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Can Shorewall be used on VyOS?

Will VyOS still work right if I install Shorewall-lite on it? Shorewall seems like an easier way to setup a network, but VyOS seems pretty great for day-to-day management of a router / firewall. So ...
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How do I know when what I should store in my external to /etc configurations in etckeeper?

I read about the ability to store configuration files that live outside of /etc here, and I tested it out on a test server, and it appears to work. One thing that I'm having a bit of an issue with ...
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Disable the configuration tool in Zsh

When there is no .zshrc file in a user's home directory and zsh is started, an interactive configuration utility is run instead of directly giving access to the shell prompt. I set up zsh to be the ...
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What directory does etckeeper store its permissions / metadata in?

In what directory does etckeeper store its metadata and permissions in? I want to know for purposes of testing the restoration of a configuration.
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LXDE LXPanel Window List Separation Problem

I'm using LXDE on Fedora 23, and while trying to configure the LXPanel, I accidentally clicked Remove "Task Bar (Window List) From Panel, which removed all the windows docked on the panel on all ...