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I had this very same problem, what i found was my IP keept getting added to the etc/hosts.deny file. I resolved this by simply logging into another VPS server then connecting ssh into the blocked VPS and removed my (home static) IP from the hosts.deny file.


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At this point it is time to rule some things out. Lets see if the problem lies with NGINX, python or some other server config problem. Make a new server root in /var/www/foo with a simple text file as the only file in the directory. mkdir /var/www/foo chown www-data:www-data /var/www/foo touch /var/www/foo/index.html chown www-data:www-data ...


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I would take a look at this guide from the CrashPlan website titled: CONFIGURING A HEADLESS CLIENT. It spells out the details of how one would go about installing CrashPlan for use in a headless situation, which is really what you want. But I just want to disable the GUI If you're using a desktop environment such as GNOME you can launch the configuration ...


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When you type $HOME at the command line or in a shell script, it's expanded by the shell. In a configuration file, unless otherwise documented in the manual of the application, $HOME means dollar, capital H, capital O, capital M, capital E. So change the line pid_file="$HOME/.bip/bip.pid"; to pid_file="/home/ubuntu/.bip/bip.pid"; and similarly for ...


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What makes you think X-related processes are still running? When you log in remotely xrdp re-creates your GUI environment. (If you want to prevent that you could sudo service xrdp stop although it will likely come back on re-boot unless you prevent that.) Why not just ssh into the Ubuntu server and do a ps -ef to assure yourself that no processes are ...


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If your ISP is blocking traffic that you send destined for another host's TCP port 25, you will not be able to set up an outbound mail server. Conversely, if they are blocking inbound connections to your TCP port 25, other mail servers would not be able to deliver messages to you. Additionally, it is typically not very effective sending mail directly from ...


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Certainly possible, I have 2525 as my SMTP port. Another option is 465 for SMTP over TLS and 587 as already mentioned. Have you checked the home router is not blocking the relevant packets to your Pi? Check the target port is open with telnet. Through a mobile connection try and talk via telnet to the home system on that port. Check home ports up (Debian); ...


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Port 25 is now generally considered "legacy SMTP". All my new SMTP boxes have used port 587 for some time now. There is nothing non-standard about it, in fact it is considered the norm today. See Wikipedia's list of ports.


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Seems pretty cut and dry. You don't have Java installed. Or at least it isn't in the location that Tomcat is looking. /media/new/softwares/Tomcat/apache-tomcat-8.0.5/bin/catalina.sh: line 399: /usr/local/jdk1.8.0/jre/bin/bin/java: No such file or directory You'll need to to go www.java.com and download JDK 1.8.0 or some version of Java and install it ...


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This path of JDK exist? Give more information about this JDK if you see this error message : /usr/local/jdk1.8.0/jre/**bin/bin**/java There are two /bin/bin maybe this is the error. If jdk exists, try to use this config: Using JRE_HOME: /usr/local/jdk1.8.0/jre


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Since all this traffic is connected to a computer in China (or so it seems concerning the whois output) I would recommend disallowing traffic from that network (180.96.0.0/19). As long as you don't have any specific interest in connection to that network, of course. Otherwise I would consider that traffic as malicious and therefore unwanted. Connections to ...


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I was able to achieve this using Dovecot's specification for Post-Login scripting. http://wiki2.dovecot.org/PostLoginScripting After once a shell script is run, environmental variables can be used to obtain the user name and IP address. This information is detailed in the link above.


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A daemon is just an application. From the Wikipedia article. In multitasking computer operating systems, a daemon (/ˈdeɪmən/ or /ˈdiːmən/)1 is a computer program that runs as a background process, rather than being under the direct control of an interactive user. Traditionally daemon names end with the letter d: for example, syslogd is the daemon that ...


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When the lid is closed, the operating system receives an ACPI event. You can configure how Linux responds to this ACPI event: by default, in your setup, this triggers suspension, so you need to change that. On Ubuntu, in the Gnome control center, you can configure what happens when the lid is closed in the “Power” tab. Change it from “Suspend” to “Do ...


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I would suggest. each game server run as it's own user. /home/user1/game /home/user2/game Then for starting and stopping the game server you just need your webserver to execute a command as that user (user1 or user2). SFTP is easy to setup when backed by real users. Personally I would run a deamon as each user that listens for commands on a fifo or ...


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That is really dependent on your laptop. Many of them you can ignore the "lid button" or "lid closed" events and that will work. Others you need to go into the BIOS and disable Power Management in some form (all together or may just the lid). An others you simply cant. My Mac Book for example can not function if you close the lid and there is no second ...


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Edit /etc/UPower/UPower.conf and change IgnoreLid=false to IgnoreLid=true.


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My second idea is to run the controlpanel "remote" as it's own user (root?) which then creates separate users for each server and starts them as the appropriate user. This is not the best solution, but in the interest of you learning, I'm going to critique it anyway. I'll get to the best solution in just a second, but this is important. Repeat after ...


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Also one more tip for Firefox. If you want your DNS queries to go through this SSH tunnel set, network.proxy.socks_remote_dns = true


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You don´t need to use specific software to create a socks proxy. Go simple, use ssh: On your firefox, edit the following parameters: network.proxy.socks 127.0.0.1 network.proxy.socks_port 1500 network.proxy.socks_version 5 You can use about:config or the graphic interface. Its your call. Then, log into your ssh server, using the ...


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The wall command short for write-to-all was traditionally used to broadcast a message to all logged on users. But I feel that communication needs to be addressed at a human level as well for your department to function properly. who or w will show a list of logged in users, and whether their terminal is idle, giving some indication whether they are still ...


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There are a couple of ways to approach this. I found this PDF with directions on how to build/install OpenMeeting. The document is titled: [][OpenMeetings 2.X Installation on Ubuntu 64bit 12.10]1. These directions can be loosely followed for other distros as well. If you skip to this section, titled: "Step 9a: Install pre-built OM 2.x (Alternative to Step ...


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The problem was that I have incorrectly modified users file. To fix the problem, I changed it back to original one and now it worked again! Thanks to "cole" for a hint!



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