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The host probably expects SSL. You must use openssl instead of telnet: openssl s_client -connect imap-mail.outlook.com:993 -crlf


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There isn't a way to do this using yum but you can craft a rpm command that will do mostly what you want. You'll have to utilize the --queryformat option and iterate through the array of filenames using the little known option [..] in the --queryformat. NOTE: All these features are discussed in the manual for RPM, Maximum RPM: Taking the Red Hat Package ...


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Login by root it's not a good practice. You can configure your system to login with ssh-keys. And also disable login using password. Look at this post And if you have root privileges you can change root password. Use this commands: $ sudo -s # passwd root


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Try setting the host name in /etc/hostname From the hostname man page on my CentOS 7 machine: The host name is usually set once at system startup (normally by readā€ing the >contents of a file which contains the host name, e.g. /etc/hostname).


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I'd like to know which packages have files within /usr/share/applications You can query for what package owns a particular file by doing a rpm -qf <absoluteFilePath>. To do an entire directory tree you can use the find command and filter the output. For example: [root@xxx01 ~]# find /usr/share/applications -type f -exec rpm -qf {} \; | grep -v ...


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Instead of trying to create a user-owned systemd service, I ended up putting ... [Service] ... User=1000 the user directive in the systemd file, which seems to run the service as my user and thus has the same intended result as a user-owned systemd service. My own system remains a mystery to me, however.


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You have enabled syslog reception over TCP and UDP on the client, where it's not needed. On the server you have only enabled TCP log reception, however generally in my experience mainly UDP is used. So enable UDP log reception on the server, and it should work.


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# yum list *drbd* | tail -n 5 drbd83-utils.x86_64 8.3.16-1.el6.elrepo elrepo drbd84-utils.x86_64 8.9.1-1.el6.elrepo elrepo drbdlinks.noarch 1.26-1.el6 epel kmod-drbd83.x86_64 8.3.16-2.el6.elrepo elrepo ...


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YUM tries to install: brlapi-0.6.0-5.fc19.i686 (fedora) from @Fedorra repo: Available: brltty-4.5-5.fc19.x86_64 (fedora) Althought there is already installed one: Installed: brltty-4.5-8.el7.x86_64 (@anaconda) from @anaconda repo. You can try update with disabled repo @fedora: yum update --disablerepo="fedora" Or install package ...



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