Arch Linux (or Arch, pronounced /ˈɑrtʃ/) is an independently developed, Linux-based operating system for i686 and x86-64 computers. It is composed predominantly of free and open source software, and supports community involvement.

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gunicorn 19.2 fails to start with 18.0 configuration

I've got a dev server running gunicorn/Django behind nginx. As part of a wider server environment update, I attempted to upgrade gunicorn from 18.0 to 19.2.1, but the service would no longer start. (...
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stop avahi on archlinux

I have archlinux with samba. I noticed from last update it started avahi-daemon. If I stop/disable avahi, seems samba starting avahi automatically. Also tried with kill. Printing is disabled in ...
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Docker image build hangs at “pacman -S …”

I am trying to build a Docker image from the official Arch Linux image. These are the things I have done so far: I PULL-ed the official Arch Linux Image: docker pull base/archlinux I wrote this "...
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Arch-linux apache 404 mod_rewrite VirtualHost with url suffix

I have a problem with Apache on Arch-Linux. I assume it is related to mod_rewrite, but I am not sure. In the past I always worked with Debian-based systems. Arch seems a little different. I have a ...
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Can I copy the entire /var/lib/mysql folder to a different server? (mysql vs mariadb, different versions)

I used to have a Linux system (LMDE) with MySQL. The system used innodb_file_per_table for most of the databases. (not sure about the version, whatever is the "latest" in LMDE) I am now on a new ...
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Nagios + Nginx: CSS and image issues

I am having trouble configuring Nagios on Arch Linux served by Nginx. The Nagios services run without hitches, but the serving via Nginx is broken. As you can see from the screenshot, the fonts are ...
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GSSAPITrustDns option missing from OpenSSH-6.7

I need to use the GSSAPITrustDns option to connect to a round robin service using Kerberos authentication. This works correctly using OpenSSH 5.3 and 6.6.1p1 on a selection of machines. I have an Arch ...
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Forward systemd journal messages/Collect systemd journal messages

How can I collect systemd journal events (pull) or forward systemd journal events (push)? I want to have something like forwarded event log (http://windows.tips.net/...
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Changing Samba port doesn't work

I want to change the Samba default ports for testing. I tried adding "samba ports = 1445" to the samba config, but now I can't connect to it at all! I also tried adding -p 1445 to the samba start ...
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Riak does not allow to add a node because it is in its own cluster

(this is a repost of my question from stack overflow, it was offtopic there, here is right place to ask it) I was trying to build a Riak cluster on Raspberry Pi. Created an image with Erland and Riak,...
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Running systemd inside a docker container (arch linux)

I am trying to see if I can run systemd inside a docker container (which is running arch linux in the container). I start docker with all capabilities, and bind mount in cgroups: docker run -it --...
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Riak all_nodes_down error but they are up

I built a Riak cluster on three Raspberry Pi computers. vm.args and app.config files are double checked on each node (static IP addresss are correct). All nodes are valid: # ./riak-admin member-...
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Resolve all external addresses to an internal address when an internet connection is missing

I am using a raspberry-pi running ArchLinux with a WiFi router to provide an access point for locally-hosted web content. I am running a DHCP server. When the Pi is plugged into an internet connection,...
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uWSGI and Python on Arch Linux, encoding failure

I am running an Arch Linux box and have setup a Python 3.4 virtualenv. I have a uwsgi vassal being run by the emperor, which specifies the following ini: (some snipped for brevity) [uwsgi] ...
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Arch: sharing a raw SCSI device via iSCSI?

I am working with some older SCSI devices on my Arch Linux installation. The information on the disks is actually needed on other systems. While I certainly could mount the disk on Linux and share it ...
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PAM won't authenticate with mysql (make_scrambled_password deprecated)

I have spent some time searching for this and it seems I'm the only one having problem with PAM not authenticating through mysql due to current updates so I thought I will post my problem here and if ...
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What “access rights” could be blocking access to a gitlab repository?

I'm trying to setup gitlab (6.5.1) on a fresh clean server. Everything appears to work, but git is unable to push to any project. Following the commands from the newly created project page and pushing ...
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What could make OpenLDAP ignore access restrictions?

I'm trying to configure a new installation of OpenLDAP (2.6.39) on Arch Linux. I've used the default core packages to install and configure it, however I cannot get it to obey any access control ...
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Creating a global Vim configuration, including separate configuration files for plugins?

I use Arch Linux (ARM, but irrelevant) on a server machine, and I want to create a global configuration for Vim, based on my current personal configuration. I have already moved my ~/.vimrc to /etc/...
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EC2 Instance time and hardware clock

I have set up an EC2 instance, running ArchLinux, for use as a server. Doing what I always do when installing Arch, I try to fix the time by using: # hwclock --systohc --utc This does not work, and ...
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sshd service fails to start

I'm not sure why it isn't starting or why its preventing me from connecting, i get this error: sshd.service - OpenSSH Daemon Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/sshd.service; enabled) ...
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Vagrant NFS share doesn't show updated file if size doesn't change

When mounting /vagrant over NFS, a changed file on the host is not refresh on the guest if the size doesn't changes. Quick update/typo are not immediately reflected unless I make enough modification ...
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Enable core dumps in Apache

I would like to enable core dumps in my Apache web server. Since I have PHP 5.5 and OPcache my Mediawiki site crashes with the following error: child pid ... exit signal Segmentation fault (11) So ...
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Attempting to use mod_pagespeed on Arch Linux

I have a feeling I'm missing something obvious. Disclaimer: I'm not very experienced with linux/apache, or just about anything involved. I'm trying to use mod_pagespeed on Arch Linux; there is no ...
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Packets do not reach FILTER chain of iptables

I have a problem I cant figure out, I am trying to access webserver on [RPI], but packets never reach iptables FILTER chain I will try to explain it a bit: GW1 has public address and doing DNAT from ...
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systemd httpd stop very slow under Arch Linux

When I perform a: systemctl stop httpd Apache often takes minutes to stop. The command: apachectl gracefully-stop always stops immediately. Anyone have any idea what might be causing this? The ...
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Cannot start the Net-SNMP daemon from systemd (but it works from the command-line)

When I start Net-SNMP from systemd, there is no error message but the daemon does not run: % sudo systemctl start snmpd % When I start it from the command line, it runs: % sudo /usr/sbin/snmpd ...
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How to use php readfile() across partitions? [closed]

I've been struggling to get PHP readfile() to work properly. After drilling down all options, it turns out that I can not get this to work when I am trying to open a file that is located on another ...
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how can I change the web server's identity into mine?

Can the web server execute a command in my Linux environment, and the Linux environment treat it as a request coming from me not from the server? In other words, how can I change the web server's ...
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nginx multiple domains selective work

This is my first question! Few days ago I discovered that something go wrong with nginx: domains A-C are ok, others timeout. Later: others domains are ok and first timeout; or each domain work fine. ...
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mount point and distributed folder

I have 10 unix servers and in that /home is common in all the unix servers and any update in /home of any server is getting reflected in all the servers. How is this done? and also please let me know ...
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balanced (currentness vs. stability) linux server distribution

I am a long-time user of Gentoo, both on the desktop and server. As a software engineer, I love its flexibility and customizability (as well as the fact that it is bleeding edge and a rolling release)....
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Running systemd based container in LXC

I'm currently trying to run an Arch Linux container using LXC on an Ubuntu 12.04 host. Arch Linux has recently migrated to systemd, which according to a variety of places has some problems operating ...
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Arch Linux on Software RAID, can't find VolGroupArray

I am trying to install Arch Linux on a Software RAID that I am building following their instructions on the Wiki. I built as far as the Logical Volumes and after that switched to the Installation ...
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Make systemd user service depend on system target

I have a user service in ~/.config/systemd/user/example.service like so: [Unit] Description=Example service After=network.target [Service] ExecStart=/bin/bash -c 'host google.com > /var/tmp/...
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Why does the “nocto” NFS mount option in Linux not prevent flush-on-close?

I've been learning about the close-to-open policy of NFS, which causes each file to be flushed to the server as it's closed, to ensure consistency across clients. (See http://docstore.mik.ua/orelly/...
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Kernel Panic on VMware Workstation 7.1.3 [closed]

I've been trying to install either Arch Linux or Fedora 17 on VMWare Workstation (7.1.3). After I point to the right ISO image, I get the following error: Booting the kernel PANIC: early exception 0d ...
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udev only reports events for a USB device configuration, not for the USB device itself

I'm trying to execute a certain Python script on USB devices insertion. I need to handle all kinds of USB devices. I'm using a rule like this: SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", RUN+="/......
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Install .war File on Tomcat, get 503 Error

I'm trying to install "YouTrack" on an ArchLinux box with Apache & Tomcat. I'm totally new to Tomcat though and I'm getting a "503 Service Temporarily Unavailable" error. I installed Tomcat7 via ...
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Find reasons of shutdown

This morning I found the machine not running. Last Friday night everything was still running. I'm trying to find out what happened. I've had a look at "last" - besides the enigmatic "crashes" of last ...
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Any way to recover from Pacman error message — error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files) [closed]

When trying to update an Arch install I get this error message stating that there is a file conflict. After having a full system update fail, I started to go package by package as shown below. Some ...
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Enabeling PHP LDAP with Lighttpd

I'm experiencing some difficulties enabling LDAP in an Archlinux environment with Lighttpd (lighty) and PHP. I have downloaded and installed the php-ldap module, enabled it in php.ini and the phpinfo()...
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Error Installing ruby with RVM Single User mode on Arch Linux

I've just installed RVM on ArchLinux x64 in single user mode via the recommended install script curl -L https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable I've also installed all the requirements listed in rvm ...
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Windows clients cannot access machine running DHCP server

I'm trying to setup a small LAN, using an Ethernet switch, an Arch Linux server, and around 10 Windows XP machines. This network has no outside connections. The Arch machine has a self configured ip ...
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sudo rejects password that is correct

sudo (Which I have configured to ask for a password) is rejecting my password (as if I mis-typed it) I am absolutely not typing it incorrectly. I have changed the password temporarily to alphabetic ...
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Can't seem to install imagick

I'm trying to install the PHP PEAR PECL extension "imagick" (image magick), but failing horribly. It seems that I keed installing packages to progress, but this one has me stumped. It seems to fail ...
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Launching FPM pool as superuser / reflecting root access

I'm building a NAS control application with PHP, that can be only accessed from the local network. I'll start it off with that PHP-FPM does not allow to launch it's pools with user root, and I have ...
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UNC mounting from web application

I've got a problem with long-term UNC mounts from my web application cluster (Arch Linux to various Windows versions) timing out so am looking into short-term (on demand) mount/unmount cycles via ...
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How do I recover from boot error when my root is on RAID and LVM? [closed]

When a (Archlinux) system that has its root on RAID and LVM is misconfigured and does not boot, what steps are needed to recover it?
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Webmin - Error - File not found [closed]

I have Webmin 1.590 on Arch Linux and I'm getting "Error - File not found" message when trying to access certain functions such as "Upgrade Webmin" and "Install Module" because it seems that I'm ...