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Various distros name their packages slightly differently and there is no automated way to map one to the other. You've probably quoted the best example already with Apache, which is apache2 on Debian/Ubuntu systems and httpd on CentOS/RedHat/Fedora systems, apache on Arch, apache2 on openSuse, www-servers/apache on Gentoo etc. The best way to find the ...


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The accepted answer is correct. Modification of network from inside of a jailed environment is not allowed. It defeats the purpose of jail. However, the solution to the original problem is to configure jail host. You need to configure firewall with NAT enabled on the jail host. Firewall shall allow outbound traffic from jailed IP address. EC2 firewall ...


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For clarity, the message mysqld dead but subsys locked is a symptom, not a cause. That is, it means mysqld crashed ("dead"), and the init system's state database has outdated information ("but subsys locked"). It doesn't tell you why things crashed. The problem is explained in your mysql server log: 160123 5:44:46 InnoDB: Initializing buffer pool, size = ...


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After searching for viable solutions, here are two solutions: Download and install PyPy 2.4 via yum. sudo yum --enablerepo=amzn-preview install pypy Download the Portable PyPy. https://bitbucket.org/squeaky/portable-pypy/downloads/pypy-4.0.1-linux_x86_64-portable.tar.bz2 Hope this will help others.



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