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It's perfectly fine to have several different java versions installed. By convention in Linux, software packages that aren't available through your package manager are usually installed under /opt or /usr/local/. Just download Java 1.7 from Oracle and extract it to one of those locations. Then set your PATH or JAVA_HOME to include that location, depending ...


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I was recently investigating this same issue for a friend, in the context of POODLE. If you use the latest (AORN) httpd24 build from October 2013 on epel, you will get TLSv1.0 and TLSv1.1 by default. However, as soon as you set SSLProtocol in apache to anything else sensible, you will lose these protocols because of the openssl headers httpd24 was ...


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The problem is with nss old versions. It cannot talk with Fedora site via curl and use old nss library. Just update your nss version to the latest, it solves the problem with the EPEL repo update: $ sudo yum clean all $ sudo yum --disablerepo="epel" update nss This version of nss-3.14.3-4.el6_4.x86_64 works fine with the EPEL repository.


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Given your description of the solution, you must have made some error with the group permissions when you set the chroot up. Since you've deleted and re-created everything, it's hard to figure out exactly what it was. At a guess, you've managed to create settings where the files within the chroot were readable for everyone except for the one group that the ...



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