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You can boot grub over the network through TFTP. grub can then present a menu of choices for the next thing to boot in the manner that it usually does. Those choices can be various OS installers. grub can load the chosen OS installer also through TFTP. I know that the Debian (and Ubuntu) installer can be booted as a single self-contained Linux kernel + ...


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Yes. The init process, which always had process ID 1, exited. UNIX operating systems panic by design when this happens, because essentally, without init, the system cannot continue to do much of anything useful. (That's not technically quite true, some things can continue, but it's not supposed to happen and it considered bad enough to justify restarting the ...


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Are you sure that the su - dummy is executed when you login?  Are you sure that your .bashrc is processed when you login?  bash(1) says, When bash is invoked as an interactive login shell, or as a non-interactive shell with the --login option, it first reads and executes commands from the file /etc/profile, if that file exists.  After reading that ...


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I'm betting the program you're trying to run requires a newer version of GLIBC than is current installed on your system. Unfortunately, because it is GLIBC, there is no way to get a newer version without having root access and without affecting the entire system. Check the program's upstream site, make sure it's supported on RHEL 6.


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I'm using an in-house Puppet module that uses Puppetlabs HAProxy module. The puppet code did look like this ... keepalived::instance { 'haproxy-vip': advert_int => '1', priority => "$priority", state => "$state", virtual_router_id => "$vrouter_id", interface => 'eth0', virtual_ips ...


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It's normal, depending on how the Initramfs was set up by your distribution. An Initramfs can be customized; so it could ask for the passphrase more often / indefinitely, or show a different message / force a reboot instead of just exiting init followed by the kernel panic. It actually already shows a message (the message is Wrong password, as opposed to ...


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The dump or fs_freq column in /etc/fstab is the dump frequency in days. It is used by dump's -w and -W options to inform the operator which filesystems need to be dumped. To my knowledge, a 0 in that field never prevented dump from running; the filesystem just wouldn't show up in dump -w output. One use case is that the dump operator would run dump -w to ...


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You can download webkitgtk-2.2.4-1.el7.x86_64.rpm for rhel7 for example from http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3/stat/4/idpl/27127038/dir/redhat_el_7/com/webkitgtk-2.2.4-1.el7.x86_64.rpm.html and then install by rpm -ihv webkitgtk-2.2.4-1.el7.x86_64.rpm It need libsecret,libwebp, gstreamer1-plugins-base packages - yuu can install it from rhel7/centos7 ...



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