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Mar
29
comment RHEL Jenkins email notifications failing
Look in /var/log/maillog for messages indicating the mail being sent, accepted, rejected, whatever.
Mar
29
comment RHEL Jenkins email notifications failing
Outlook is not a mail server, it's just a reader. You need something like Exchange or sendmail. If you don't know, you most likely don't have one, since you would have had to install it yourself.
Mar
29
comment RHEL Jenkins email notifications failing
Is your Windows system running a mail server?
Mar
29
revised Extracting a text backwards from a selected character
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Mar
28
revised bash script to replace server short names in a file with fqdn
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Mar
28
revised How can I set device mode via networkd
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Mar
28
answered How to test which strings from File A are not present in File B, without displaying anything that is present in File B and not in File A?
Mar
28
answered How do I check if a user has been created?
Mar
24
reviewed Approve du access failures
Mar
24
answered du access failures
Mar
24
revised translating dev253-10 to actual partition in linux
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Mar
23
comment On the command line, how do you find out where apps are installed?
@RomeoNinov if a common program such as vim is being invoked by a script, then the OP has modified his/her system to do so, and will know what modifications he/she has made, so again, that object is irrelevant.
Mar
23
answered On the command line, how do you find out where apps are installed?
Mar
23
answered SSH'ed into remote machine, but run certain graphical apps locally
Mar
23
revised Install Mesa3D on Debian - LIBDRM not found by configure autoconf
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Mar
23
comment Install Mesa3D on Debian - LIBDRM not found by configure autoconf
You're correct - I was getting confused in re-reading the initial post. You do, however, need to install development packages for the DRM libraries. I'll modify this answer to reflect that shortly.
Mar
22
revised Using rpm/grep to check whether multiple services are installed - as one liner?
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Mar
22
comment Using rpm/grep to check whether multiple services are installed - as one liner?
True, but I'm assuming the OP can handle any differences of that nature, as that ability seems implicit in the question itself.
Mar
22
answered Using rpm/grep to check whether multiple services are installed - as one liner?
Mar
22
comment Installing Octave on CentOS - incompatible BLAS library error
What happens if you use F77=g77 instead? (You may have to install the compat-gcc-34-g77 (or similar name for your version of CentOS) package.)