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The code in question doesn't actually depend on /dev/tcp existing on a filesystem. Rather, it is a feature of Bash itself. For example, if you write a simple HTTP request to file descriptor 3 in your example, you should get a response: > ls /dev/tcp ls: /dev/tcp: No such file or directory > exec 3<>/dev/tcp/google.com/80 > echo -e "GET / ...


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cpburnz, did you ever find a way to resolve this issue? I have been using a unix socket in my listen directive (proxy-cache for upstreams and local upstream uses socket for less overhead) for over a year now. Only lately have I had this issue when attempting to restart nginx. I don't remember ever having to have to manually create the socket, nor needing ...


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I would check the PID as the error says: httpd.service never wrote its PID file. Failing. The name off the pid file is unusual /run/httpd/htppd.pit Shouldn't it be /run/httpd/htppd.pid ? Also check that /run/httpd/ is owned by the same user as the httpd deamon runs under. Or at least that this user is given permission to write to /run/httpd/ ...


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When you start butterfly from shell, it removes quotes around 0.0.0.0. On the other hand, systemd doesn't do quote expansion in this situation, because it is not a shell. Actually, systemd is capable of stripping quotes around arguments, but not in middle of them. So, try to remove quotes around 0.0.0.0 in your service file and see what changes. Do not ...


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I guess you have some dependencies to run your butterfly.service.While running from the command line may be all the services are up and you are not facing any problem but while starting from the systemd may be some of the dependency services are not up and before those services your butterfly.service is coming up.And try adding Restart=always to your ...


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I am not sure how the source address determination is done in case of such a forced interface binding. If the source address is not taken from the device then the problem is that your ip rule selectors don't match so that the packet runs into the main routing table i.e. default via 192.168.1.1 dev eth0 proto static which doesn't work from wlan0. I ...



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