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rtorrent: 'Tracker Timeout' caused by IPtables

I'm trying to secure my rtorrent-running-homeserver with IPtables. With the aim to allow only incoming connections to the rtorrent port 6890 and 5292 for ftp (both are forwarded by the router), I ...
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TT-Connect CT2-4650 CI doesn't initialize (Timeout?)

I've tried to get a Techno Trend TT-connect CT2-4650 CI running under a Kali Linux, where I suppose the kernel is about the same as on a current Debian. The compilation ran just fine. The kernel ...
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iptables prevents connection via ssh after port change despite ACCEPT rule

I have two machines hooked up to a router, one Windows with PuTTY, and one CentOS 6.4 with sshd and with the default SELinux still enabled. They can both ping each other successfully. I installed ...
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SSH to machines in new subnet - connection timeout

I'm using RHEL4 and RHEL5. A new group of Linux machines are setup recently using 172.16.32.0/24. The existing RHEL machines are running on 172.16.1.0/22 and 172.16.4.0/22. When I try to ssh from ...
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6.0.7 Debian timeout if more connections at once

We are a some devs working on a Debian server. We are all connecting from one IP. So basically the server handles a lot of requests from the same IP. Now what happens from time to time, is that we ...
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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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Simple http server from the command line that will always cause a timeout

Regarding the question Simple command line http server I would like to know, what is the simplest method for creating a http server listening on a specified port that will always cause timeout (it ...
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timeout pipeline

I want to execute these two timeout command on the same command but with a different time and instructions. So timeout --signal=SIGINT 5s command timeout --signal=SIGKILL 10s command How to append ...
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Other Programs Cannot Connect To MySQL

So just recently when installing php-fpm, I had installed a few MySQL packages with it (I believe). I already had mysql installed. However now when any of my programs attempt to access the database, ...
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Execute command for x seconds? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Run a command for a specified time and then abort if time exceeds Is there a command which allows me to execute another command for at most x seconds? Imagined example: ...
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timout command is not timing out

I have a timeout command that is not timing out. user@db:~$ ps aux | grep 'timeout' user 4979 0.0 0.0 4440 628 pts/144 S+ 18:52 0:00 sh -c timeout 16 mycommand user 4980 0.0 ...
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SNMP Timeout: No Response from 127.0.0.1

I recently cloned a centos 6.5 virtual machine from one location to another. In the process, the IP and netmask of the system changed. For awhile after the clone everything seemed to work fine, and ...
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VNC connection times out

I have a VNC server running on a box but can't connect to it over the internet and I don't know why. Here's what I have: on server $ ps ax | grep Xvnc 21304 ? S 0:00 Xvnc4 :1 -desktop ...
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Systemd: Timeout a service

Is there a way to have systemd stop a service after it has been running for X amount of seconds? I looked at just wrapping ExecStart with timeout, however I believe it might not work if my service is ...
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OTRS installation error on openSuSE

I have a fresh, text-only installation of openSuSe 13.1 (physical server, old Samsung netbook), and I'm trying to get OTRS up and running. I've installed OTRS using the below commands. I don't think ...