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Apache Tomcat not working

I am a Linux beginner and have CentOS 6.4 installed on VMware. Recently installed Java SE8 and Apache Tomcat server but I cant't connect to the server by using `localhost:8080' browser says Unable to ...
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NFS server optimization for maximum performance

I'm looking for maximum of performance for a NFS mount. I'm on local network, it could be completly unsecure, the performance is the most important in my case. What I already found : In /etc/export ...
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DLNA server on Linux

I just bought a TV with DLNA support. I already have a machine dedicated to file server (with 8 disks) and I would love to use this machine as DLNA server if possible. Are there any usable Linux ...
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Virtual Wireless Access Point

Basically, I want to be able to connect to a wireless network from my laptop. Then, I want my virtual machine to acquire internet access via a bridged connection from ETH0 of the VM to the host’s ...
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configure postfix to accept mail from two WANs

I have a mac server but my question has long left the realm of the GUI. My last hope is a unix forum. I have a cisco router with two WAN ports. The mac uses postfix 2.8.3. I have correctly ...
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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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Certificate extensions in generating and signing certificartes using openssl

References: SSL Configurations for Intermediate certificate How to add my own created certificate authority to system trusted repositories Why I can't find a page which tell me what's the kind of ...
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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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Port fowarding and load balancer in ubuntu server 12.04

I am looking to create a load balancing server. Essentially here is what I want to do: I have a public IP address, lets say 1.1.1.1 I have a second public IP address, lets say 2.2.2.2. I have a ...
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Heartbeat 3 binding socket error

I've been tying to install Heartbeat3.0.5+Pacemaker1.0.12 on CentOS 6.3 64bit via yum. The installation seems to be successful, but there is a problem when starting Heartbeat. I put some info related ...
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How can I start the python SimpleHTTPServer on port 80?

I am using this command on Ubuntu but it is starting on port 8080 and I don't have another server running so I'd like it to start on port 80. I saw ways that you could set up a bash script to do ...
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PECL memcached installation gets error

I installed Zend Server 6 (debian). Also installed several packages: apt-get install gcc apt-get install g++ apt-get install libncurses5-dev apt-get install zlib1g apt-get install zlib1g-dev ...
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Git pull error libcurl.so.3 not found

I have a php script to git pull from my github repository set up in my webservice hook urls like so: <?php echo shell_exec('~/git/usr/bin/git pull 2>&1'); ?> When I open this script ...
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Can /mnt/hgfs/'shared folder' be used as apache root?

I have an Ubuntu Server (12.04) running on my development machine. It is in a VM. I have succeeded with the task of setting up Apache2, MySQL, and PHP. I can access the server from my host browser ...
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Lightweight outgoing SMTP server

What do you use as a lightweight SMTP for outgoing e-mails only? I am running an app that sends e-mails via SMTP when events occur once in a while, and I don't need a fully featured e-mail server. ...
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is there a way to keep a session alive even when logging out? [duplicate]

While I am always logging into a CentOS server for simulations it got me thinking: why can't I keep running the simulations even if my session is closed? I know that when a session is ended or a ...
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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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Netcat (nc6) - Minimal IPv6 only TCP Server and Client

Im am trying to set up a basic IPv6 only echo-server using netcat (or rather nc6). Client and server are both in the same local network. However, the client quits immediately: IPv6-Server: $ nc6 ...
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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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Trying To Get Data From Server HDD

I had two CentOS 6.5 servers that I was running using the Plesk control panel. I have moved and decided not to use them no more but just buy my hosting. My new ISP blocks port 80 and the cost is ...
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Proper location to install services

I originally posted this question over on AskUbuntu but it didn't get any traction so I'll ask here. In ubuntu or linux in general is there a "correct" location to install services that you download ...
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Command similar to netstat -np but grouped by state and PID?

Is there a command similar to netstat -np but grouped by state and PID? I'd like to know the current count of server connections in a particular state grouped by Programs. similar to, 102 squid ...
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sshfs always asking for password in fstab?

I'm trying to enter an sshfs mount in /etc/fstab with the following line: sshfs#oli@192.168.0.2:/media/usb0 /media/ExtHD fuse defaults,nonempty,allow_other 0 0 So that this volume is mounted at ...
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How to display open file descriptors but not using lsof command

Hi I have read Here that lsof is not an accurate way of getting the number of File Descriptors that are currently open. He recommended to use this command instead cat /proc/sys/fs/file-nr While ...
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Internal Server Error nginx

I'm trying to install and get running Tendenci on a DigitalOcean server. Tendenci is this open source association management software: http://tendenci.com/ I've followed the instructions here to the ...
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Can’t figure out Samba file share permissions as needed.

I’m in the final project class for my degree and my group has to have a Linux server that supports a Windows environment. With the files in the file share need to be read only, can be edited and then ...
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Have I been hacked?

I run a dedicated server, where I noticed a high CPU usage recently, and checked the processes. It appears someone (mick account) was mining on my server. How is this possible? The process is below. I ...
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Most reliable way to check for connected client?

I have an embedded Linux OS developed from scratch using Yocto. This talks to a Windows XP/7 client. The embedded OS runs a DHCP server and gives an address to the client. The problem is that the ...
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make[2]: *** [sub-make] Error 2 make[1]: *** [all] Error 2

I tried to install MADWIFI on my OpenMediaVault-Server. Any more information needed? I get this error, every time i enter make: root@NAS2024:/media/5703066A59887FF7/Dsys/madwifi-0.9.4# make Checking ...
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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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Hardware requirements for building a Debian server that will run as ltsp, vpn, and fileserver

I will be building a server based on Debian that will have several functions in a small office (5-10 users). The primary function will be as a file server, but I would like to set the office up to ...
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can't receive mails to thunderbird via postfix local server

A small introduction. I have a SMTP server ( Haraka - http://haraka.github.io/ ) on port 25 and a local postfix server on port 9267. I intercepts mails in Haraka and then I send them to my postfix ...
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Can I switch to another process in another tty# terminal from an ssh terminal?

Here's the deal. I have a Linux Mint 15 server running a web server, an ssh server, and a minecraft server. When I go back to college after the summer, I want to leave my machine at home (6 hrs away) ...
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Will I utilize graphics hardware if I run X on the server?

Will I utilize graphics hardware if I run X on the server? If not, then what is it there for? E.g. Dell PowerEdge R210 II has integrated Matrox G200eW with 8MB memory on board, and some of the ...
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What makes CentOS “enterprisey” compared to “generic” distributions like Ubuntu?

What makes CentOS "enterprisey" compared to "generic" distributions like Ubuntu? When I say "enterprisey" I actually mean "better for server deployments". Just a general question, because I was ...
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Multi-user text mode runlevel in Ubuntu

I use Ubuntu as a server, and I want to change its runlevel to be full multi-user text mode (like init 3 in RedHat). Using runlevel command, I see that am running N 2 which is Graphical multi-user ...
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What Linux distro is best to be used as a media server for remotely storing and accessing movies and music on a network [closed]

I have a spare computer laying around and about 10TBs of movies and music on various hard drives. I have my self and 4 other people in my home. I am interested in setting up some form of file/media ...
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Raspbian Firefox-Sync Server - Can't find URL

I'm trying to create my own (local) firefox-sync server in combination with apache 2 on my raspbian (kernel version 3.10), but firefox-sync is complaining about my specified url ...
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Linux server monitoring software

The dedicated server I'm looking after started to crash occasionally, I suspect because of overload, so I need some performance/resource based monitoring software, preferably with web interface, ...
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Killing X-related processes when CrashPlan is running

I am currently running Ubuntu Server 12.04, but this applies to all flavours of Linux really. This server does a bunch of things and is controlled remotely via ssh. Some time ago I have installed ...
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Create services in Linux (Start up in linux)

I need one process run before log in to system. how to run it like services?(how do I make services in Linux?) in Ubuntu and Fedora ? the service is customized tomcat
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CRON Permission Denied [closed]

I have a Debian 7. 3 Server with WebMin installed. I configured a cron job to run every minute as root user, so I run the command crontab -l when I'm logged in as root it shows: * * * * * ...
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SSH not working from one specific computer

I can connect from every other computer on the LAN, as well as externally. It connects fine to other machines running SSHD. When trying ssh with verbosity, I get the following readout: $ ssh -vvv ...
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troubleshooting bip proxy server configuration: FATAL: mkdir($HOME/.bip/logs) No such file or directory

I am trying to set up bip on a proxy server (ie AWS EC2 instance - a virtual private server) and when I try running it with the command: 'sudo /usr/bin/bip -f .bip/bip.conf` from my /home/user ...
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Bash script to detect when my server is down or offline

Background : I need to receive an alert when my server is down. When the server is down, maybe the Sysload collector will not be able to send any alert. To receive an alert when the server is down, I ...
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Is it possible to have an outgoing SMTP server when port 25 is blocked?

I have a Debian machine (actually a Raspberry Pi) that I would like to use as a rudimentary, outgoing-only mail server over a residential connection, just for kicks. Port 25 is blocked. I would like ...
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Why did my debian server crash?

I have a debian server newly installed yesterday evening. I used an image called debian-7.0-amd64-minimal from my hoster. Just installed apache2, mysql, php, vim, lynx and configured a few webpages. ...
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Unidentified network connections

I have an external-facing ftp/webserver (with virtual hosts) running Ubuntu 12.04LTS, and I have some concerns about some network traffic I'm seeing. Some background. I tried to be as preventive in ...
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Get user login name and address on bad login attempt [Dovecot]

Background I am trying to develop a method to ban users who exhibit strange behavior when logging into Dovecot by obtaining their POP-ID/login name and IP address. I want to send that information to a ...
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Obtain pop-id or IP address when client logs into Dovecot server

Background I have been doing some research on the Dovecot mail server documentation on ways to get client information when a client connects to the server. I am interested in using these to program an ...