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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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Daemons fall into what category?

Above system call, there are library routines, utilities and applications. Do daemons fall into any of these categories or they have their own category?
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Running uuidd automatically on startup on Ubuntu 13.10 server?

I am running the 13.10 Ubuntu server edition on which I have installed SAP's Netweaver Gateway 2.0 trial. This requires the UUID daemon to be running. Whenever I start up the system and run uuidd as ...
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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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Cannot start Free radius service on Centos

I installed free radius server via yum successfully, ut now cannot start radiusd service. when I run as root user and exec the following radiusd -X command the error is below. Any ideas on how to fix ...
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What is the recommended way of checking running services?

I'm often exposed to various GNU/Linux systems including CentOS, SLES and Debian. I want to know: what is the recommended method of checking all running services across these systems? I am aware of ...
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What is a remote config server?

I found myself enabling one of my computer on LAN to connect to a server through port 1236. A check on the list of services show: bvcontrol 1236/tcp rmtcfg # Daniel J. Walsh, Gracilis Packeten remote ...
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Simplest screen echo server?

What is the simplest way to do the following thing? Run a program which will open specified port, listen for it, and display whatever it receives. Also if type something -- then send back to ...