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How do i block USB devices based on device class in Linux

Problem Statement In windows server to provide access to USB devices are managed by GFI EndpointSecurity. Is there any open source tool in Linux which can do the same job. I want to block USB ...
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VMware path to System ISOs on remote server

When I connect to a remote server in vmware workstation I can create a new vm. But where to put the .iso files on the remote server? (linux) As shown on the screenshot I have only a "[standard]" ...
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VPS freezes every few days (rcu_sched_state detected stall on CPU x)

Background: I have an Ubuntu 12.04 (64bit) in Xen virtualization environment. 1 GB RAM, 1 processor. Every few days I get the following error message: rcu_sched_state detected stall on cpu 0 ...
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I have Debian on my server. Should I use Centos or Ubuntu version of software I need to install?

This is my server: /usr/local/bin$ uname -a Linux nn15 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.46-1 x86_64 GNU/Linux The software I need is offered in these versions: centos-5.3.run centos-5.6.run ...
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List all GPG/PGP keys of a local SKS key server

We have set up a local SKS keyserver in my company. It seems it is only possible to search keys (either for a name, email or keyid). However, there are not so many users, so we would like to make ...
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tail -f, but with line numbers

I'm trying to see how many times foo bar appears in /var/log/foo.log within an arbitrary amount of time on a remote server, but nothing that I've tried so far has worked. I've already got a timer ...
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What should I basically expect from access to an OpenVZ based VPS? [closed]

I'm going to buy access to an OpenVZ based VPS for the first time. I want to run common software, like apache, irc server, znc, a mail server etc. I'd like to get an idea of how the system will be ...
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copying from a remote server to my hdd with alias or reducing long file paths

I want to copy files from a remote server to my desktop and vice versa. However, the issue is, my files to be copied from the server have quite long file paths with at least 7-8 subfolders which are ...
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Increasing the time for requests to complete

I have a one off web request that I need to send via a Wordpress page hosted on my server. The request takes a long time because it's processing a lot of data; unfortunately, the page returns with an ...
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How to start teamspeak 3 on boot, ubuntu server 12.04

So I'm quite new to linux but I'm starting to understand it. I have a Ubuntu Server 12.04 system, fresh install, and I installed a teamspeak 3 server on it: $ sudo useradd teamspeak (provided user ...
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prefork doesn't appear to be listening to MaxClients in config file

Apologies in advance if this is a stupid question, I'm new to all of this! I have prefork installed on a ubuntu server which I confirmed by running aptitude search apache2-mpm- Which gave me p ...
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Drive auto mounting as read only (errors=remount-ro) [closed]

My system (12.04 Ubuntu LTS) is auto-mounting as read only and I have no idea why. Output of fstab: cat /etc/fstab # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # # Use 'blkid' to print the ...
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terminal hangs after start up of red5 server

Every time I start up the red5 server it works but hangs so only way to stop it is to close terminal window, I've never been able to command start and stop it and go on to something else without ...
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Windows Remote Desktop login failed with Ubuntu Server 12.4

So, I have a server that I have RDC (Remote Desktop Connection) set up on, and I am looking at making it globally available on the internet so that I can access it from anywhere. I am currently in the ...
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Server socket location, startup and monitoring

I'm writing a server on a shared development desktop that moonlights as a server. This is my first attempt at writing a linux server for someone else on a shared box. I'd like to conform to unix ...
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How to properly setup user/groups/permissions for a web server?

I spent all day figuring this out, but without success, so hopefully I can get some help here: I have Ubuntu 13.10 VPS server with nginx, PHP 5 and MariaDB installed. I created custom system user ...
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Run a GUI OS via a hypervisor from a Linux server terminal?

Is there a way to run a VM hypervisor, such as VirtualBox directly, from say, CentOS? Let's suppose that I want a high-efficiency server, but it can host guests with GUI-enabled OS's. Additionally, ...
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Server running but not serving

I have a simple python flask server that is started by start-stop-daemon. It was running well last week, and this monday I see that it is not serving anymore (curl http://localhost/mypage takes ...
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Create a computer lab using Linux [closed]

I would like to know, how I can create my own Linux lab, like the universities Linux labs. I mean OK, I can install for example Fedora to all my 4 PCs, but how I can login from different computers, ...
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Configuring CentOS apache server to default to a specific port for ExpressJS and Node

Completely new to Linux and virtual private servers so please bear with me. I have a webapp built on ExpressJS and NodeJS that runs on port 5000 of my server, accessible via web by typing: ...
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Proftpd and Webmin - directory limits

I use proftpd and configure it via Webmin. I want to limit users access to certain directories Their homes /sample So I go to Files and Directories->Limit users to directories and option: Home ...
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Whonix no DHCP offer received

Hi I'm on the last step of setting up Whonix physical isolation and can't get the gateway to see the workstation. I'm confused because on the page linked below where it says 'Host Network' and 'NAT ...
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With NIS users, how to find out which users are currently logged in?

I'm using a NIS server to control 100 clients. I'm using NIS for centralized authentication and NFS to share the home directory. The main problem I'm facing is that I cannot find out which users are ...
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I am trying to open port 19132 on my Ubuntu server, but not working

I am trying to set up a server for my son to play Pocketmine. This is a PHP server and it is running on port 19132. I have opened this port on my router and if I run another server, like a Rails ...
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BIND9 as a DNS server refuses requests

I am trying to set up a DNS server on Amazon Linux using BIND9. It has to act as a master nameserver for a lot of domains. I have imported all of the DNS zone files using NamedManager (a web ...
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Why FreeRADIUS service won't work on Centos ?

I have installed FreeRADIUS server on centos via yum successfully, but I couldn't start radiusd service. when I run as root user and exec the following radiusd -X an error is occurred. [root@IgorAAA ...
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I want a static IP address for my (network? or computer?)

Me and two friends have been making a video game. We've thought about download hosting a bit, but found that Mediafire, Box, and those sorts of file-hosting sites' maximum free file-upload size is far ...
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Unable to login via ssh after several months

I have a Dell Poweredge running Ubuntu 13.04 in my office to serve up an interal web-app address system. It has been at least a 2 months possibly 3 since my last login. Everything is running great, ...
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How to respawn vpnc when it stops?

As root, I've setup a crontab rule that launches vpnc everyday early in the morning (before I arrive at my workplace). But it often occurs that the vpn stopped mid day. As a result, I have to sudo ...
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DNSCrypt, Unbound and DNSSEC

I would like to have an encrypted DNS queries + a DNS Cache + Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) . I used this bash script to install DNSCrypt and I choosed to use dnscrypt.eu servers : ...
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How am I supposed to edit files on a network with Vim?

Currently I'm doing it by SSHing into a server, and executing Vim on the server. This has the benefit of not having to deal with cumbersome syntax of opening files from a remote server over SCP, and, ...
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shutdown ubuntu server after 2 days at midnight

without using a cronjob how would I have a ubuntu server shutdown after 2 days (2880 minutes) at midnight? The essence of what I want to do is this: bash shutdown -r +2880 00:00 which would tell ...
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light linux server for small business [closed]

I want to convert my old pc (733Mhz CPU, 40 Gb HD, 256 Mb RAM) to a nexus server(Local Maven repository). I don't need no GUI. I have read about puppy, MacPup and Lubuntu here, but I don't know if ...
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How to upgrade debian VM with more CPUs

For some reason whoever built the server I'm working on only gave it 2 CPUs in the hyper-visor, I can easily give it 4, but I'm positive that will break it, the kernel will not recognize the others.. ...
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How to find out which virtualisation technology is used on Linux VPS server? [duplicate]

I have access to some Debian Linux vps servers, however I cannot access their controls panel directly: only server administrator himself can do that. Is there any way to find out what visualization ...
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Indentifying a linux container [duplicate]

Is there a simple way to identifying a linux container?, just like with a xenserver vm you can input the command uname -a and the result contains the word "xen". Linux hostname 2.6.18-348.6.1.el5xen ...
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No route to host using ssh [closed]

I have a issue with remote server connection using ssh. I have a serverA on xxx.xxx.xxx.xx1 with default port 22. I have an another serverB on xxx.xxx.xxx.xx2 same default port22. Now I want to ...
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Setting up server to share music with tv

Can someone please point me in the right direction? Hopefully first by letting me know if this is possible... I recently purchased a home theater system which you plug via hdmi into the tv. It has ...
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Transfer Ubuntu server 10.04 to another 13.04 [closed]

I am totally new to Linux administration and now I have big problem. I have old server with some sites, databases, programs etc that is Ubuntu 10.04. Because of too much users I rented new better and ...
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Does the mail command require a mail server?

Does one need to set up a mail server before being able to use the linux mail command?
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Archlinux VGA video problem

I have an old HP DL380 G4 server that I'm trying to load Archlinux onto, but I've run into a bit of a snag. I went all the way through this guide, and everything seemed to go smoothly, but when I ...
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How can I connect to my RPi NFS server using version 4?

I've set my Raspberry Pi up as an NFS server, but I cannot connect to it with NFS version 4. However, version 3 works. From my Kubuntu 13.04 client: $ sudo mount -t nfs -o proto=tcp,port=2049,vers=4 ...
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the difference in used hard drive space as shown by df and du is HUGE!

It seems that du discounts the #open files when calculating the disk usage, and this hit me when I saw that df is showing 100% usage, while du says only 40% is in use. when i looked up on this, i ...
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Where can you find the answer to the following question: “How do you get the NUMLOCK key to default to on for the GUI console?”

This is on a fedora machine. I have to look in man pages first to find the answer, if not then in an info page. If the answer is not there then I have to use the internet to find the answer. It is on ...
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How to forward port after tunneling

Today I have read this question and answer (How does reverse SSH tunneling work?). I tried it out and it worked perfectly however I want to know one thing. Say I have a web server running on port 8000 ...
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Why do I get kicked out of a FTP session once I run a command?

Why do I get kicked out of a FTP session once I run a command? It seems that once I successfully login into a server is get the following after running a command such as "ls" (I've enclosed the error ...
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How to run a shell command in a server?

I am fairly familiar with computers and web stuff but this is a bit out of my comfort zone. I have a shell script (.sh file) I want to run in a Linux server I have one site hosted (the script is a ...
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Difference between Debian 7.1 and Linux Mint 15 Debian

What is the main difference between Debian 7.1 and Linux Mint 15 Debian besides look and Desktop Environment. Basically with a special reference to security stability, and updates if you are going to ...
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MailScanners: spamassassin vs spamd & clamav vs clamd [closed]

I'm trying to decide which method is better question for you today. I'm running a Debian+Sendmail(w/TSL+SASL)+MailScanner+SpamAssassin+Clam setup. I'm wondering which is a better way to execute my ...
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How to change default permissions of files created by a process?

I'm running a game server (unreal tournament 2004) on Centos 6 x86. I use a sh script to start it in a background process. This process (game server) creates different files (demos, logs) and they all ...