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The message means that the app your .service file started with ExecStart= exited and set the return code to 10 when it did so. There is no single uniform standard (although there are several partial standards and conventions) on result codes, so the only way to find out what the code 10 means is reading the documentation of that specific app... or its ...


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10 is the return value of the main process. By convention every non-zero exit code is considered a failure, where the number should ideally indicate what went wrong. n/a stands for not applicable or available (Cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N/a) and it means there is no symbolic name for the exit code 10 defined, so it does not indicate what went wrong. ...


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/.jekyll-cache Your program is trying to create a directory in the root of the filesystem. This is not a permissions problem, and it would be very daft indeed to "solve" it by granting any write rights to the root directory. This is a configuration problem, of some kind, either in your service's own configuration or in the systemd service unit. Find out ...


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CentOS (Community ENTerprise Operating System) is a community (re)build of RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), with changed branding and some other details. It strives at being binary fully compatible, down to bug-for-bug. It doesn't have access to the RHEL package repositories, it uses their own. EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) is a Fedora project ...


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