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hostname -I doesn't work here (openSUSE 13.2) but there is no problem with one host using several IP addresses. That is obviously possible by having several network adapters but you can have several addresses per interface (aliases) and even several interfaces per hardware NIC. The usual way to see the network configuration is ip addr show.


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Most likely it has to do with DNS. You said that IPADDRESS test.mydomain.ca is in your hosts file. Have you also added it to the hosts file of that second computer? Or have you added it to a public DNS server? If you have done one of those things, and you still can't reach it, there are a couple of things that could cause that: A firewall is blocking ...


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One the popular accepted solutions to this problem is using a configuration management system. Some examples are puppet, chef, and saltstack. These systems allow you to define exactly what a server (or in some cases an application stack) looks like. Using these tools you define a server's state, including its configuration. Here is an example of a very ...


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Figured it out. If you build mod_ssl with -DOPENSSL_LOAD_CONF, it will load the configuration file the same as the openssl binary (I assume the binary is built with the same flag)


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The basic debugging step is to check the trace and the logs. You get a trace of what SSH does by adding the -v option to the ssh command. Repeating the option gives you more logs. Most network- and authentication-related issues require -vv. ssh -vv user@mydomain.com “Connection closed by remote host” is a somewhat generic message: it means that the ...


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k, so in /etc/sysconfig/network, you want to change HOSTNAME=Nagios to be HOSTNAME=Nagios.yr.domain.name (reboot) and then in /etc/hosts, you want to remove the line nagios.localhost.com 172.16.22.249 and change the line 172.16.22.249 nagios.localhost.com to read 172.16.22.249 nagios nagios.ur.domain.name (mind the space ...


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First turn up logging level. Change the "LogLevel" directive to LogLevel debug. Use systemctl to stop/start httpd. Mark the perl script executable with chmod ugo+x whatever Next, change the script a little. You need a "blank line" between headers and body: print "Content-type: text/html\r\n"; print "\r\n"; Note that each line in the headers is ...


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You haven't informed apache when to use the mod_perl extension. Add the following: AddHandler perl-script .pl .cgi to your config instead of the cgi-script handler. Also see How do I make Apache handle .pl (Perl) files, using mod_perl?


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The errors in the red box is due to the missing external tools. The errors not in the red box is due to PHP version. The version of opencats you intalled seems not supporting latest php. You can install https://sourceforge.net/projects/candidats which will support upto PHP 5.6. And it has inbuilt Doc and Docx parser



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