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Mar
18
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
28
comment Libpcap share directory method missing
Looks like you have the libs for libpcap-1.4. Do you have the source for your c program? Looks like you will need to recompile and link it.
Feb
28
comment Libpcap share directory method missing
What is the output of sudo yum provides '*/libpcap.so*' ?
Feb
23
comment How do I automate opening Firefox over an ssh tunnel?
There maybe some useful info here stackoverflow.com/questions/21063765/get-pid-in-shell-bash
Feb
21
accepted Troubleshooting HAProxy on RHEL7
Feb
18
answered Troubleshooting HAProxy on RHEL7
Feb
18
comment Troubleshooting HAProxy on RHEL7
Thank muru. In RHEL7 there is no eth0 anymore. The interface is now called ens160. I had to make a change in my puppet code.
Feb
18
comment Troubleshooting HAProxy on RHEL7
Thanks muru! I will take a look and I just realized that I am using the puppet module "PuppetLabs Module for haproxy" I wonder why it didn't take care of the virtual for me.
Feb
18
comment Troubleshooting HAProxy on RHEL7
I am not sure. I guess that is what I am doing wrong. I was unaware that I had to do anything to configure the virt. interface other than list it in haproxy.cnf. Please enlighten me.
Feb
18
asked Troubleshooting HAProxy on RHEL7
Feb
12
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
3
awarded  Yearling
Feb
3
comment How to change hostname on centos 6.5?
Thank you for your reply :)
Feb
3
comment How to change hostname on centos 6.5?
Thank you for your reply :)
Feb
3
comment How to change hostname on centos 6.5?
Whoa! What's ansible? Sounds awesome.
Feb
3
comment How to change hostname on centos 6.5?
I'm liking centos7!
Jan
4
comment How to change hostname on centos 6.5?
Hmm that's an ugly script. I wonder if Puppet would be a better tool for dealing with hostname.
Dec
19
accepted How do I setup an IP address on my virtualbox VM?
Dec
15
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
12
comment Where is module prefork.c settings in Centos 7?
I wonder if there is an RPM you need to install. Try executing sudo yum provides "*/libphp5.so" to see if there is an RPM that you could install.