Questions tagged [centos]

Questions specific to the CentOS Linux distribution. Use this tag if your question relates to how the CentOS distribution affects your problem; do not use it if you just happen to be using CentOS and your question is about a specific configuration detail or syntax.

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Why did yum-builddep not provide the dependencies to install my rpm?

I am trying to rum my rpm package but getting this dependencies error. [root@localhost ~]# rpm -ivh /root/x86_64/asterisk-1.8.12.2-1.fc15.x86_64.rpm error: Failed dependencies: libc.so.6(...
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ffmpeg and libvpx: error while loading shared libraries

When I run ffmpeg I get the following error: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg: error while loading shared libraries: libvpx.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Output of ls -l /usr/...
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Naming process in init scripts

I'm trying to write an init script that will start a service that needs to have started postgresql server before. Bellow is the postgresql's init header: #!/bin/sh # # postgresql This is the init ...
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Can't ping gateway after bridge

I am running CentOS 6.3 with NetworkManager disabled. I was trying to set up a network bridge to try out setting up guests w/ kvm. I was creating a bridge before setting up stuff with kvm, just since ...
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Network Interface Names output from ifconfig

So this has been driving me nuts for a good couple of hours, so I thought I'd ask about it here (let me know if there's a better forum for this question). I have a CentOS Virtual Machine on ESXi. I ...
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CentOS5, RHEL5, Java dependent Packages, Alternate JVM/JDK

Specifically regarding Java dependent packages, such as ant. Is it possible to install them via rpm, when using an alternate JVM/JDK? For example, If I install the Oracle JDK, can I use an ant ...
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du command show a slash after directories?

How to use du command show a slash after directories? For example: du -ab /root/test/php-5.4.8/ Result: 1781 /root/test/php-5.4.8/main/internal_functions.c.in 973596 /root/test/php-5.4.8/...
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Xen, bridge and multiple IPs on CentOS

There's a new server that is assigned 5 IP addresses. I want to use Xen to run several VMs with various services. This is my first attempt to install Xen, I use this tutorial as a guideline. Stuck ...
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Disk space management

How will I be able to view my entire hard disk space in CentOS? I have tried fdisk -l but it will show me the entire space available but I am not able to judge that where all the space have been ...
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After install Centos 6.3 from USB, it doesn't boot

I installed CentOS on my machine from my USB. I did a minimal CentOS USB drive with UNetbootin. After I install the CentOS, when i try to reboot, it does not starts. I have only the cursor blinking on ...
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Download and Install 32-bit Haskell GHC on CentOS

I need to install Haskell GHC 32 bit from the command line and I can't find this anywhere. I need to install it because I need libgmp.so.3 for the 32-bit and i have read somewhere that I can find it ...
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script for logging all the stats for a particular process

I want to monitor CPU usage, disk read/write usage for a particular process, say ./myprocess. To monitor CPU top command seems to be a nice option and for read and write iotop seems to be a handy one....
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Can readahead-services be safely disabled?

I am just going through the service-list of a server (CentOS 5) - the question will probably apply to other RedHat, Fedora, ... versions, too. Note that my servers normally run in runlevel 3 (no GUI ...
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Getting error 2006 MySQL server has gone away on CentOS

I need to import a database into a freshly created CentOS 5 virtual machine. However, whenever I run the import command on the console, it stops working in about a minute and I get the error message: ...
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How do I find out if my computer has PAE using Linux? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What do the flags in /proc/cpuinfo mean? I tried installing CentOS 6.3 on my computer only to see a complaint that my computer doesn't have PAE. I am not sure if my computer ...
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/etc/passwd sql with bash access

I just got a CentOS VPS and was reviewing the passwd file and saw this: mysql:x:498:499:MySQL server:/var/lib/mysql:/bin/bash Is bash necessary for mysql?
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Centos 6.3 force password prompt on clicking nm-applet tray icon?

I'm using Network Manager to connect to a secure wireless network on a publicly accessible kiosk machine. The problem is, if the user manages to get to the desktop, the nm-applet is accessible by a ...
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Auto Start MySQL and Apache

How does one get certain daemons to automatically startup on a restart of the server? I found this post on Server Fault but I am looking of a more in depth explanation of how getting a daemon to auto ...
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Root permission - username ALL=(ALL) ALL does not work

I'm a beginner. I'm trying to give my user root permissions, so I edited the sudoers file like this: black ALL=(ALL) ALL "black" is my username. But I still don't have root permissions, and ...
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IPMI does not start up during kickstart-installation

I am in the process of further automating our system-installation on new servers. Main problem here is that the network-devices do not appear in the order we expect them (i.e. first onboard network ...
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CentOS 4.8 and glibc 2.5

How would I go about installing glibc 2.5 on CentOS 4.8? I know CentOS 4.8 has been EOL'd, which is all good and well. However, the environment that I am working in is using this version, and will ...
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Unable to install Mono 2.6 on CentOS

I have an application that breaks on mono 2.10, so I'm trying to install an older mono instead. I found an RPM and tried to install it, but it won't install (I believe) because the glibc and gcc ...
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Install CentOS in a VirtualBox to a Compact Flash and use it on a mini PC

I got into a very specific situation and want to get to know your opinions. I have got a mini PC with Intel Atom processor which should run CentOS with an upgraded kernel to 3.x and some ...
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How do I download and launch a JNLP file in CentOS?

I'm using Amazon's GPU cluster to experiment with some HPC java code on CentOS. The Java application is in JNLP format and has a GUI. I've followed Amazon's getting started video, but I'm not ...
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Linux CentOS 5 SSH User Permission Denied

Today when I try to SSH into my server, I get a permission denied message (same for sftp). It used to work well before, I didn't change any server settings, except I was trying to modify a few folders ...
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Changing firewall settings after installation of CentOS via kickstart

I was trying to install CentOS 6.3 via Windows Deployment Server. And to automate the installation process I used kickstart file in which i provided various details required during installation.Then i ...
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File extension case sensitivity on CentOS [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to clean up file extensions? I'm using CentOS. There are >10M images in one of my folders, which are furthur grouped into subdirectories. The issue is that some of my ...
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High-level command to request several branches of snmp in one tcp-session?

We are trying to monitor our servers mainly with SNMP. Due to performance reasons we are changing this from single requests to snmp-bulk-requests (as allowed in SNMP v2c). In theory (at least to my ...
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/proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs error

I am building a CentOS 6.2 webserver on a Hyper-V Cluster and have hit a major issue. The current setup is this: Operating System: CentOS 6.2. Minimal Server Install Installed software includes: ...
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Is it possible to add CP-1252 support to CentOS?

We have a CentOS backend running server software that is processing files generated by our clients. Many of our clients are Windows users, and generate these files on their Windows machines in the CP-...
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Nagios not running notify command

I am in the process of creating a notify command for our Nagios server to notify us via our Kannel SMS sender. This is what I got so far: /usr/local/bin/curl -v -G -d 'username=user' -d 'password=...
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Can servers be synchronised to share the same configurations? [duplicate]

I have three VPS' running on separate hosts. They've had CentOS 5 installed on them at various points and I assume all run with slight variations of Webmin, PHP, MySQL etc. I've started to notice ...
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How can I setup a SOCKS4 or 5 proxy on CentOS 5.8?

I live in Iran and due to its restrict censorship, We all have extreme difficulties accessing normal sites and services. So I thought this would be a great idea to setup a proxy server on my VPS, so ...
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How to install freetds on centos 6

This error occurs to me when i install freetds on centos Machine. What is the problem?? This is Error appears when i installed freetds i installed unixODBC but with version 64 bit How can i Solve ...
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How to change SMTP outgoing port on Centos 6.3

I have a dedicated server running Centos 6.3. My customer wants to use Microsoft Outlook to send and receive e-mails. He can connect and receive his mails but when he tries to send e-mail he can't ...
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Is it possible for a CentOS system on EC2 to not have a bootloader?

I'm attempting to look for grub: [root /]# find / -iname "*grub*" /sbin/grubby /usr/share/man/man8/grubby.8.gz /usr/share/vim/vim70/syntax/grub.vim /usr/share/vim/vim70/ftplugin/grub.vim /usr/lib/pm-...
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Start network service at boot time on CentOS

I've recently reinstalled CentOS onto a computer of mine. I have OpenSSH Server on it now, as did I before I reinstalled the operating system. Here's the difference: Before, SSH started without even ...
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CentOS 6.3 (kernel 2.6.32-279) & wl-kmod won't compile

I have been trying (unsuccessfully) to compile a Broadcom driver for use on my CentOS laptop. Previously, I had used the instructions located here to compile and it worked flawlessly. Now, I cannot ...
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Is rpm the only file extension for repositories

I've noticed that repositories in CentOS have the .rpm extension. Are there other extensions? Is .rpm specific to the operating system? i.e. do other linux operating systems have other extensions?
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Installing Audacity - Package Problems

Have CentOS 6.2. I'm trying to install Audacity, and I'm getting package problems. The Audacity webpage says I need the wxWidgets library, which I think I've installed correctly (./configure, make, ...
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Postfix Configuration - different servers for subdomains and domain

I have a following setup: 1 postfix server: a.example.com that needs to accept all emails for any subdomain on example.com (*@*.example.com) and delivers to mailman account and also send emails to any ...
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Path issues with a source install

I hope my title isn't confusing. I've got a CentOS 5 machine and I had Ruby 1.8.7 installed on here. So in order to upgrade my Ruby installation and gems/rails I Uninstalled Ruby: sudo yum remove ...
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CentOs Unable to load pages that are on server

I am having a little difficulty accessing pages that are on my server. Under /var/www/html/ I have an index.html page, and when I try to access it from chrome, it times out. The permissions on html/ ...
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How do I configure which ethernet connections are active on boot?

I have an unmanaged dedicated server that I administer, running CentOS. Recently when I reboot the server, I am unable to use SSH. Both times this has happened the server host has determined the issue ...
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Can Yum express a preference for x86_64 over i386 packages? [duplicate]

I run a 64-bit version of CentOS5. At the moment, when I run Yum updates or installs, unless Yum is purged of i386 packages prior, it will install i386 packages when x86_64 are available. Is it ...
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How can I tell if a package is safe to update on CentOS?

I have a simple two-node CentOS cluster based on DRBD, Corosync and KVM. When I try to update its packages via yum it lists something like Updating: clusterlib x86_64 3.0.12.1-23....
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Plesk 10 migration failure

I have 2 dedicated servers both running CentOS 5.3 and Plesk 10.0.0. I'm trying to migrate stuff from one to the other but it's not happening, just after I fill out "Migration settings" and press "...
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pysvn fails to make due to -lneon not found?

I am trying to install pysvn on my CentOS server and it says that -lneon is gone. After searching their mailing lists for a bit I found what neon means but it doesn't say how can I get it? Here's my ...
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SSNiper SSN Scanner support

I work for a major university and we have a policy that requires annual scanning of all computers for social security numbers (SSNs). I started using a utility called SSNiper that was created at UIUC. ...
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Broken PATH in CentOS 5.x

I am having troubles with typing commands within the terminal on some of our CentOS servers. For example, I have to include the complete and full path to the command (i.e. /sbin/chkconfig vs. ...