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comment Red Hat 7 GDM + NIS Only Validates First 7 Characters of Password
You should also note that distributing shadow maps with DES passwords via NIS is incredibly insecure. Its trivial to crack and anyone on the network can grab those maps.
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Jan
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comment No space on the boot disk to update kernel
Running package-cleanup --oldkernels --count=2 would remove all but the running kernel and the most recent kernel.
Jan
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comment Updating extensions after PHP upgrade on CentOS 5.6
You should probably remove the centos tag from this article, since it's not really CentOS anymore, but some fork made by your hosting company that doesn't use CentOS packages anymore.
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Jan
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comment Why does audit2why have nothing to do?
You're feeding a type=USER_CMD log entry into audit2why, when audit2why only translates AVCs.
Jan
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comment Mount CIFS shares as non-root on RHEL7 w/o desktop
If you're curious about how autofs knows to use the appropriate kerberos ticket, it uses the request-key callback, which is defined in /etc/request-key.d/cifs.spnego.conf. Its all part of the cifs-utils package.
Jan
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comment The server is not accessible only from my IP?
I suggest looking to see what port the httpd process is listening on. Instead of grepping for :80, grep for httpd.
Jan
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comment The server is not accessible only from my IP?
Did apache httpd successfully restart after you made the change? Also, are you sure your system has an IPv4 address?
Jan
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answered Mount CIFS shares as non-root on RHEL7 w/o desktop
Jan
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answered CentOS - meaning of the boot screen progress bar layers/colors
Jan
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comment The server is not accessible only from my IP?
Well, according to your output, you're only listening on the ipv6 address. Try changing your Listen.
Jan
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answered Installing (html) tidy conflicts with filesystem package
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answered The server is not accessible only from my IP?
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answered Make python 2.7 the default python in centos, making an alias didn't work
Jan
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comment Make python 2.7 the default python in centos, making an alias didn't work
This will break your CentOS system. If you replace /usr/bin/python with something you built in /usr/local, your system will never be able to run 'yum' and you will cease to get any software updates and security fixes.
Jan
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comment How to install ABAQUS software on Rocks cluster 6.2
You're asking for a lot of things here. Perhaps you should break your question into multiple questions? Questions about installing ABAQUS should really be directed to the vendor, since it is commercial software and you're paying for support.
Jan
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comment Downgrade Centos 7.2 to 7.1
To add to this answer -- there is no supported downgrade from CentOS 7.2.1511 to 7.1.1503. The only way that 'yum downgrade' would work is if the older package were available in a yum repo on your system. If you really wanted to do that, you could possibly create new yum repo files that point to the old release on vault.centos.org, but next time you ran 'yum update' you'd be back at 7.2.1511 + software updates.
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