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If you are not sure what version of CentOS you are using, then run this command: rpm --query centos-release You will get output like this: centos-release-7-2.1511.el7.centos.2.10.x86_64 So obviously from the output I can tell I have CentOS 7.2. In my case, baseurl will look like this: baseurl=http://nginx.org/packages/centos/7/$basearch/


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For Fedora23 run the commands: setsebool -P ftpd_anon_write 1 setsebool -P ftpd_full_access 1 It worked for me.


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In most cases, you wouldn't move the files from one filesystem to another. If you're enlarging the disk in a virtual machine or grabbing more space from the same disk, you'd enlarge the partition containing the filesystem then enlarge the filesystem to fill the partition (which commands to use depends on the partition type and filesystem type). If you're ...


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Do not use cp to copy large amounts of data. Use rsync as well, as it can be restarted if it is interrupted. Use the following: rsync -az -H /path/to/source /path/to/destination -a : Archive mode (i.e. recurse into directories, and preserve symlinks, file permissions, file modification times, file group, file owner, device files & special files) ...



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