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I've reset the permissions for /etc/vsftpd.conf to root:root via sudo chown root:root /etc/vsftpd.conf and now the vsftpd server get started via sudo systemctl restart vsftpd.service and running it manually via sudo /usr/bin/vsftpd.


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It depends a lot on the directory and distro in question. For example: update-motd.d scripts in Ubuntu have to be executable, as the update-motd manpage says: Executable scripts in /etc/update-motd.d/* are executed by pam_motd(8) Files in profile.d in Ubuntu should have the a .sh extension, since /etc/profile contains: if [ -d /etc/profile.d ]; then ...


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I strongly recommend Puppet. It's largely used, well documented and supported.


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Slingshot is a script to automate the installation and configuration of Linux software packages. Slingshot has and uses a template/messaging system. http://www.dyncomp.net/what-is-slingshot/


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Have you tried https://172.16.22.249 or check resolve.conf, stop iptable, firewall & selinux. hope you must have done this after a fresh installation.


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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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The extra logic could be handled with awk. BEGIN { FS = OFS = "=" } $1 == "setting" { $2 = "value"; found=1 } {print} END { if (!found) { print "setting=value" } If the property is not found by the end, then found won't be set and the END clause will append the new config line. The FS=OFS= ensure the same format and the print will always send a newline ...


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There's a pretty simple fix to this that worked for me. It requires editing the /etc/hosts file, which is always to be avoided if possible, but it fixed all problems that I have. This error will occur if anything tries to access the internet and get back information, including Apache, Eclipse, and other applications. This sometimes is caused by a bug in the ...


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You need to close the <startupnotify> tag with a corresponding </startupnotify>. See the official documentation.


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In Vim 7.3, the combined relativenumber-number setting you describe is not supported. See :help relativenumber, which states that: When setting this option, 'number' is reset. Vim 7.4 supports using both together, and the same section says that: The number in front of the cursor line also depends on the value of 'number', see number_relativenumber ...


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Firstly, great question! The -E switch only shows the environment at the time the process is launched, so any changes would be invisible to this method. Thus if the data is loaded into the environment after launching the process, then it will not be discoverable through this method. However, this is likely not a feasible strategy, IMHO, for reasons ...


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I think the better option (compared to running Pulseaudio systemwide) is to set a configuration location outside the NFS mount. The Pulseaudio manpage explains two possibilities: If a ~/.pulse/client.conf is not found, the global /etc/pulse/client.conf is used (and other config files in the same directories). To use the global settings, simply delete the ...


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Package managers are not really effective for configuration managment for a few reasons: Most packages contain a configuration when installed, so you'd have to make custom packages that have them removed. Package managers work under the assumption that the package installs a basic configuration that can be changed within the system. So if a package is ...


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memcached doesn't have a configuration file on Arch anymore since May 2013.


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You were close, it is in /etc/php/conf.d/


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According to the log, there are two problems: You should change your smtpd_recipient_restrictions and add at least one of the proposals in the log, for example: smtpd_recipient_restrictions = permit_sasl_authenticated permit_mynetworks reject_unauth_destination Your Dovecot does not seem to be listening to port 2003. You should check if netstat shows ...


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It looks like it was a regression introduced in Meld 3.12.1. I downloaded previous versions from the meld website. Meld 3.12.0 works fine. Meld 3.12.1 does not. I contacted the devs and they told me that it was indeed a regression introduced in the gtk+ 3 port. They suggested trying the just-released 3.12.3, which now works. (However, it still doesn't ...


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If I do locate -b meld | grep home, I get three directories you haven't mentioned; ~/.gconf/apps/meld ~/.gconf/apps/gnome-settings/meld ~/.local/share/meld The one in ~/.local/share just seems to be a history of local comparisons, but the other two directories have xml files in them. I would try removing those. If that doesn't work, you can see exactly ...



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