[tag:debian] is a popular Linux distribution. The codename Wheezy stands for version 7.0 which is the current `stable` release. It was released on 2013-05-04.

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Crashed python on Debian server, python no more starting, how to reinstall?

I was trying to get working uWSGI installation with python3.4 +virtualenv on my server, while default python --version was 2.7. Then i did something wrong (becuase iwsgi was not working, but this ...
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Unable to open www.debian.org [on hold]

I have a problem with a Debian virtual machine that cannot reach the debian website. The virtual machine have a public ip address directly assigned on the eth0 interface. HTTP/1.0 root@web1:~# curl ...
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PHP-Files magically serverd with a leading TAB. Debian Wheezy Apache PHP

I got a weired behavior on my apache, php setup on a debian wheezy system. Discovered while I tried to create an image with php and output it directly. It failed permanent and the browser said sth. ...
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How to print from sh file

File prindi.sh contains /usr/bin/lpr –P SL-M3325ND <teade.pdf its inovoking returns error /usr/bin/lpr: Error - unable to access "–P" - No such file or directory If this command in invoked ...
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Find the process PID that rebooted my system

I have a debian server and last week it 'magicaly' restarted, and since then it keeps restarting at certain time, usually at 00:00am or 5:00am. So I'm trying to find out what process is causing this ...
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Proxmox 3.4-6 VM cannot reach internet

I am new when it comes to dealing with routing in Debian so please pardon my ignorance. I recently set up a Proxmox 3.4 host because it worked more or less out of the box with IP over Infiniband and ...
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SSL offloading from Apache to Tomcat get overwritten somewhere

I was asked to upgrade a server running Apache and Tomcat-6 on Debian Wheezy from HTTP to HTTPS. I have successfully obtained and install SSL certificates on the Apache part and checked that they work ...
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how to restore my debian webserver got hacked by scrub [duplicate]

HELP!!!! very recently my webserver which got hacked "hacked by scrub". Now when ever i try opening my website, I get the hacked page displayed. Can some body help me as to how to restore my server ...
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WordPress site with no traffic; MySQL reporting 300-500 queries per second, frequently crashing

My server is running Debian 7.10 (Apache 2.2.22, MySQL 5.5.47, PHP5). It's a VPS. I've tried to summarise the issue in the title. I'm running a very small, private WordPress blog which is only ...
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exim4 failed to read delivery status : frozen message

I'm having some difficulty with exim4 in that after sending an auto_away message successfully, it has difficulty reading the status and then creates a frozen message in the mailbox. 2016-04-19 ...
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VRF on Linux using network namespaces

My ultimate goal is to implement Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) in Linux. The method that seems to be most widely accepted is to set up different network name spaces (one for each separate ...
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Recovery of tartarus backup -> Most software ends with “Segmentation fault”

after the recovery of a backup which I made with "tartarus" (http://wertarbyte.de/tartarus.shtml) I get on few software things a segmentation fault. For example, the dmesg shows that SSH etc. starts ...
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Setting up Let's Encrypt for my domain and all sub-domains

I have a server (Debian 7 Wheezy and Apache 2.2) set up that hosts my domain, and a few sub-domains stemming from this. At the moment, I have these all set up in the default conf file as separate ...
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debian wheezy requiring libc6 >= 2.14

Yesterday I tried to upgrade my debian wheezy to jessie version and it was unsuccessful - server does not boot anymore. I connect to shell, tried to reverse upgrade, but unfortunately, made everything ...
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Curator cannot be installed even python is installed OK

I'm trying to install curator via apt repo on my debian wheezy. I went thru official documentation on elastic.co, added repo and GPG key and tried to install curator with apt-get install ...
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Postfix Hostname domainbased

I would like to excuse in advance, if my question has already been answered before but im going crazy since a week now... I'm not new to this but after a while in another job, my "skills" are totally ...
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Install package from oldstable (wheezy) to stable (jessie)

I want to install the package which is missing in jessie from wheezy. It is like backport the other way. I need gcc-4.7, but jessie provides only gcc-4.9. Unstable provides gcc-4.7 only for arm ...
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Unexpected discrepancy between write and read performance using cryptsetup 1.4.3 and 1.6.6 on Debian Wheezy (7.9) and Debian Jessie (8.2)

I have been setting up a raid1 array and have set up an encrypted medium using cryptsetup with default options. The raid arrays are supposed to use 2 drives, but for the moment, I only have 1 drive in ...
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Debian 7.9 with RAID 1 3w 9750 slow disk transfer

I have very strange problem with RAID 1 on Debian 7.9 every disk operation read or write is very slow. I have tried to copy one 240 MB folder it take more than 4 minutes. The RAID controller is LSI ...
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sftp backups with duplicity fail

I'm using duplicity on debian wheezy, which comes with version 0.6.18 as standard package. I also tried version 0.6.24 from wheezy-backports. I want to use sftp as backend, but if I run: duplicity ...
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Problems using SSH with winbind authentication

I am trying to set up authentication against an Active Directory Server on a Debian Wheezy machine. So far, getent passwd/group works perfectly and shows me the network users/groups. wbinfo -u/-g ...
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Debian server reboots after every login

I have a Debian Wheezy vps on the cloud. Today I tried to login using the VNC console provided by my vps service provider but everytime I login the server automatically reboots after 5 seconds! Has ...
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Bindfs ignores user in /etc/fstab

I'm trying to mount a directory under a specific user:group combo. Using bindfs on the command yields the expected results: root@system:~# bindfs foo bar --user=fooz --group=baz root@system:~# ls ...
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Not able to start supervisor with http server

I am not able to start supervisor when http server is enabled. (Adding inet_http_server section in the supervisord.conf). The error I am getting is below:- root@kibana-new:~# /etc/init.d/supervisor ...
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ISCSI slow connection after reboot

I have a problem with my ISCSI storage, and hop you can help me to solve this problem. The system was made following this tutorial: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HighlyAvailableiSCSITarget So i ...
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OpenVPN and client-connect scripts

I have an OpenVPN server (2.3.2) on Debian Wheezy operating in bridged mode. Everything's working fine in terms of the client connecting and getting access to the network(s) it needs. Im trying to add ...
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Debian: How to run a script on startup without having to write 30 lines of shell script?

I have a Debian server and I just need to run a script at startup. I read that: https://www.debian-administration.org/article/28/Making_scripts_run_at_boot_time_with_Debian I got now: insserv: ...
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Auto-Reboot on Kernel BUG (not tainted, “fixing recursive fault but reboot is needed”)

I'm running a sometimes highly loaded Debian 7 VM with the latest 3.2.x kernel on a XenServer 6.2 host. Sometimes this VM runs into the following state: Ping is okay, All Services unreachable ...
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How do I prevent ntfs-3g use starving my ZFS ARC of memory?

I have an HP Microserver running OpenMediaVault 2.1.18 (Stone burner), based on Debian GNU/Linux 7 (wheezy). A few days ago, I needed to copy a large number of files from a USB drive, formatted with ...
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fdisk forces me to start at sector 16384 instead of 2048

I am using fdisk (on Debian Jessie) to create the first partition on a block device /dev/sdc and fdisks default starting sector is 16384. If I enter 2048 instead fdisk prints "Value out of range". I ...
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Postfix/Spamassassin can't determine rDNS too often

I am running a Debian 7.9 server with Postfix 2.9.6 and Spamassassin 3.3.2. One of the standard checks Spamassassin does, is to check for a rDNS record. I am assuming that it gets that info from the ...
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Postfix fails to verify GMail's DKIM signature

I have my Debian (7.9 "wheezy") E-Mail-server (Postfix 2.9.6-2) setup to sign and verify DKIM signatures in e-mail messages using OpenDKIM (version 2.6.8-4). My server passes the DKIM test at GMail ...
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can't start systemd in debian wheezy

I am using Debian Wheezy 7.8, and I want to start uwsgi as a service. I installed systemd (apt-get install systemd) and I edited grub (vim /etc/default/grub) and updated this line: ...
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Nagios not starting after boot

I have a small Nagios 4.1.1 install I just completed. It's running on a Raspberry Pi using Raspbian. Checks out okay, and when I start it manually using /etc/init.d/nagios start it works fine. I've ...
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GlusterFS can't create volume (error setting extended attributes)

So, I'm running GlusterFS (latest version) on 9 servers, and attempting to create volumes. They're all peers, and all that's okay. They're running in different geographical locations, on different ...
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Proxmox routed network mit multiple external IPs

I've got the following IP Addresses: **Main-IP**: 85.xxx.109.203 Gateway: 85.xxx.109.1 Netmask: 255.255.255.0 **Additional IPs**: 85.xxx.154.15; 85.xxx.154.18; 85.xxx.154.21 ...
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Debian Freeradius server and OSX EL Capitan

Using Debian Wheezy here. The last release of OSX aka "El Capitan" doesn't like our Freeradius 2.2.1 server using libssl 1.0.0 and ssl keysize of 2048 Apparently the only way to make it work is ...
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Failed to bring up network interface

Having a problem with a quad port network card. Can't find the error can someone help please? dmesg | grep eth [ 6.064749] e1000bp: eth3: e1000_probe: Silicom PXG4BPI series adapter [ ...
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After update and reboot mysql do not start on debian Wheezy

I've been rebooting my VM and I had before a mysql update and I can't start mysql server tail -f /var/log/mysql.err InnoDB: You can disable Linux Native AIO by setting innodb_use_native_aio = 0 in ...
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Unmet dependancies on Debian7

I did the dist-upgrade on debian from 7.8 wheezy to 8.1 jessie. then I had some trubles with old compilet PHP and had to revert back. Since the downgrade, I have this on trying to do a dist-upgrade ...
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Debugging slow server response time [closed]

I'm testing response time of my VPS server: curl -s -w %{time_total}\\n -o /dev/null http://www.example.com The values are typically round 300ms, Google suggests that it should be lower than 200. ...
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Serving Large Files Apache2

i'm trying to setup a new gigabit debian 7 server to act as our fileserver, however i'm noticing that when i download say a 300 MB file, it downloads ~200 Kbps from the server. While the available ...
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Is ~/dotdeb.gpg safe to delete? [closed]

I have a file called dotdeb.gpg in my root user's home folder. Would removing this file break the system, is it required?
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How to list open but not used (by a process/program) port?

I have a VPS with debian wheezy installed on it. A firewall is active on the it with all ports not allowed by default. The firewall can be managed through the web interface of the provider of the VPS ...
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Console-Setup does not configure

I want to upgrade debian wheezy to jessie. But the program console-setup has problems with its configuration script. I cancelled the upgrade process and started the configuration manual: dpkg ...
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snmp: getting the short interface name instead of long ifDescr (again)

I'm using cricket to do some simple monitoring (including network devices) of my Debian-based servers. The interfaces are identified by name (e.g. eth0, eth1,...), and cricket maps these names to the ...
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Dovecot Sieve does not run?

I'm quite new to Dovecot but it has worked out for me pretty good so far for me. I run dovecot with postfix and amavis and spamassassin and it works out all fine, mails get tagged as junk, sending, ...
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Empty /var/log/btmp file - Doesn't fill when a bad login occurs

I'm on a VPS which runs Debian 7.0 64bits. And my problem is that all the SSH attempts of connection which failed doesn't appear on my /var/log/btmp file. So when I do : sudo lastb It (only) ...
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nginx on debian wheezy and TLS > 1.0?

Hi I already searched for some hours, but I only found solutions, where they had used older nginx/openssl-versions. My problem is: How can I activate TLSv1.2 in nginx in that way, the client will ...
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Right way to configure startSSL Certificate [duplicate]

Hy! I try to apply a Start-SSL Certificate on my Apache 2 (Debian Wheezy). On Xampp i got it fast and it works, but on my Debian root, the certificate is confirmed by Avast (in this case) and not by ...