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comment Subversion // installed and set, but fail to connect
If you're using Apache, you don't need the svnserver process.
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comment Copy .txt files in a certain directory
Where do you want to copy them to?
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reviewed Approve Remove first 2 columns from first row of a file
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answered How to access dot directory
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reviewed Approve At Synaptic (Debian Wheezy) how to react to message “… broken package …”?
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reviewed Approve Why does gzipping a file on stdin yield a smaller output than the same file given as an argument?
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reviewed Approve How to debug init.d script that isn't being run
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comment RHEL not booting with the updated kernel after upgrade
How did you upgrade the boxes? Why are you looking for /etc/grub.conf?
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reviewed Approve bash: xport: command not found
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reviewed Approve mv “Not a directory” when target name too long
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answered `ls` error when directory is deleted
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reviewed Approve Run ./script.sh vs bash script.sh - permission denied
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reviewed Approve Use sed to only replace namespace in an element that has a parent element with a given attribute value
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comment CentOS 6 Partitioning Root Drive
Your live system is running from the CD. Any data on the hard drive will be removed (obliterated, gone forever) when you partition the drive - no matter what tool you use. If you need to preserve the data on the hard drive now, you must back it up to another drive or device first.
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comment CentOS 6 Partitioning Root Drive
In a rescue environment (note this is different from the installer), you will want to use one of the paritioning tools available. I usually use fdisk.
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comment Linux IPTables - Ignore Range of IPAddresses
It will do whatever the first matching rule tells it to do. If there are no matching rules, it will do whatever the chain's policy says. Your configuration has "go to LOGDROP", followed by "rate limit", followed by "DROP". Adding an ACCEPT rule prior to the ratelimit will mean anything not ACCEPTED explicitly by the new rule will fall through to "rate limit"
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answered CentOS 6 Partitioning Root Drive
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answered Linux IPTables - Ignore Range of IPAddresses
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comment Cannot install gcc on CentOs 6.6
Check your network connection to the Internet. That output looks like you can't get to the Internet from that machine.
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reviewed Approve Cron job which runs every 5 seconds