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SolusVM KVM-Virtualisation: Add IPs from multiple Subnets to VPS

I would like to add IPs from different networks to my SolusVM-KVM-Virtualisation. The virtualisation is working fine and is accessible via 81.95.3.xxx. But other IPs I added (82.199.134.xxx) are not ...
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How to run command after receiving email in Exim 4? [duplicate]

i want to ask how to run command everytime new mail has been delivered to vmail and include email sender and receiver in the command like: php ...
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Run command after receiving mail in Exim 4 [duplicate]

i want to ask how to run command everytime new mail has been delivered to vmail and include email sender and receiver in the command like: php ...
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Trying to understand linux script [on hold]

I have this Linux script I found and I'm trying to understand it. Could someone please help me to understand it. The script if [ ! -d "/home/ftp/$PAM_USER" ]; then /bin/su - ftp -s /bin/sh -c ...
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Rsync does not delete destination files [rsync protocol / module]

An automatic backup script executes the following rsync command to sync a local directory tree with a remote one: env RSYNC_PASSWORD=$rsync_password rsync -aqrxz --delete --timeout=30 \ ...
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I have a Linux VHD with multiple partitions on it. How do I mount them ALL and migrate to Hyper-V?

I have a Linux-VHD that I pulled from from Azure. The VHD has partitions for os, sdc1, sdd1 and sde1 (4 Part). The files I want to recover are on one main partition for Hyper-V. How do I mount and ...
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How to make Thunderbird use Exim4 as SMTP?

I have one Exim4 server, and I configured it followed this website: https://technpol.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/part-three-configuring-exim-to-accept-and-deliver-mail-and-for-secure-outbound-smtp-mail/ ...
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Server running, but can't connect with WinSCP, Putty or Total Commander [on hold]

My server is running, I can connect with HTTP, but not with WinSCP, Putty or Total Commander. It shows "Server unexpectedly closed network connection". (I can control the server and enter shell with ...
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linux dont ping the server where as windows does with the same configuration [on hold]

I have a gateway local IP 192.168.2.1, this gateway has a built in DNS server in it and is having authentication and authorization module for data restriction. Every request from the whole network ...
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How to set number of inodes during initial Centos 6 ext4 install?

There are similar questions, but nothing that was exactly on par with what I am inquiring. Completely fresh install of Centos 6, the server is setup with a BIOS RAID 1. I'm trying to set the number of ...
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Safest way to allow a user to write in www directory?

I mean allowing a user to modify the web files in the server. Should I change the ownership of the www directory to a certain user, or put it in a new group and give write permission, or something ...
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Linux: What application is using my ram cache

I am wondering if I can see which application is using my ram buffer and cache. Also is there any time specified in kernel, when data is dropped from cache. My Ram is being full used by buffer and ...
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how to meter an SSH network usage?

It may be a simple question, but how can I see how much bandwidth an SSH connection, in Unix and Linux, has consumed since the login time until the SSH session is terminated (logged out)? Thanks, ...
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3ware array limited to 6TB in linux

I have a server with a 9650SE-24M8 in it. which has a 7x2TB drive RAID5 array. tw-cli shows the following: Unit UnitType Status %RCmpl %V/I/M Stripe Size(GB) Cache AVrfy ...
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How to restore redmine on an ubuntu server after a dist-upgrade?

I just became a new admin on a server (ubuntu-server virtual machine) that host redmine on apache2 and subversion in my company. I discovered that the OS is Ubuntu Raring 13.04 that is out of date ...
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Linux domain name and FQDN [on hold]

I am beginner in Linux and Networks. My question is very weird I know, but I could not find answers on internet. Okay, so I want to send e-mail from my laptop to my gmail account. I am using Postfix ...
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How to setup Linux DNS server for Azure VMs in virtual network?

I'm trying to use Linux Bind9 to set up a DNS server for my Azure VMs in virtual network. I got one web server and one mail server. My goal is making GoDaddy connect to my own DNS server, and redirect ...
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Web server opens old index file in a strange way

PC: Old desktop PC, OS: Ubuntu LTS (latest), Web Server: Using Apache (latest), FTP: Gadmin PROFTPD, DNS: Using NOIP, Also using the NOIP dynamic update client, in my var/www/html I kept an ...
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openssl 1.0.1x Red Hat make errors - ec_asn1.o - ec_asn1.c:201: error: expected expression before 'X9_62_PENTANOMIAL' [migrated]

I am trying to install a separate version of openssl 1.0.1k to red hat. I tried on Centos first with no real issues. Before getting to this error I did the following: yum install -y libxml2 ...
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which email software do I need to install [on hold]

I am in the process of building an event management system. Part of the system is going to be sending emails. What should I use to send emails and would give me proper control and monitoring ...
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Limit su attempts

Is there a way to limit the number of su attempts from a user? For example, malicious user gets into a user login that has su access. Repeatedly runs su to try to gain superuser access. This ...
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Creating a log file inside a script works when manually run, but not when run through cron

I'm using Percona's Xtrabackup tools to back up a database nightly. I wrote a wrapper script to keep the proper number of backups around, write the output to a log file, and email the log file if the ...
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As a user with a home server, is it particularly bad or dangerous to open port 22 to my server? [migrated]

I have a CentOS home server that I use for various things, which sits on my home network behind my router. Normally when I want to do something remotely I will VPN in (my router has a built-in OpenVPN ...
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Using RTC to synchronize ntpd when offline

I need a stable configuration, presumably using ntpd, to keep system clock as precise as possible. Background: I have several embedded devices (arm9) running linux (currently: 3.16.1 / debian 7.2) ...
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Linux FSTAB error mounting corrupted SD card

i've problem. I've a linux embedded system with an Sd Card that i mount at startup using fstab. This is a commercial produt of my company, so i can't know in advance if i've a bad sd card. # ...
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Nginx - opens the 1st project when a non existing server name is typed

I have an nginx server running that has multiple projects inside the sites-enabled. The problem comes when trying to access and nonexistent project url, nginx will render the 1st available. Example, ...
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vim - “Press ENTER or type command to continue” right after loading only? [migrated]

Recently my vim has developed the habit of displaying Press ENTER or type command to continue the first time I do certain things right after I open it. For example, if I'm at my shell prompt and type ...
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How to check whether MOD drive is working in Linux based system [on hold]

I have an issue with the Linux based computer which belongs to Hitachi MRI Medical Equipment. We replaced the MOD drive (not CD or DVD) which was used to read MOD disks. After replacing the Drive I am ...
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What's a good choice for a general-purpose “non-advanced” filesystem with Linux R/W and Windows/BSD R/O support?

I'd like advice and recomendations as to what filesystem would be ideal for me to use for a 320GB HDD that will replace what appears to be an aging/failing 250GB one. Ideally, I'd like something I ...
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Linux program used to gather installed packages, processes, listening ports, etc.?

It's hard to Google this because it seems like everyone and their kid sister has written a script to gather system stats! I once saw a mature program written that is used to gather system stats like ...
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550 error after setting permissions on folder

I'm running a Centos6 VPS with Plesk 11. I am unable to access a folder using FTP after changing the permissions to 666 using chmod. I can create the folder using SSH and can then enter the folder by ...
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VPN server with mitmproxy

I have a mitmproxy script I want to run on all incoming VPN HTTP/HTTPS traffic, however, I am not sure how to achieve this. Is there a linux VPN daemon that allows me to redirect traffic to a ...
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Linux glibc versions 2.18 and older - vulnerability

Server: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.9 (Tikanga) I came to know that Linux GNU C Library (glibc) versions prior to 2.18 are vulnerable to remote code execution via a vulnerability in the ...
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Mounting fails with fstab

I am trying to create a mount point that remains persistent on reboot by adding the following line into /etc/fstab /ownCloud/admin/files/Website\ Backups/ /home/example/Backups none bind 0 0 This is ...
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Running multiple ubuntu (or other distro) inside Docker containers on CoreOS, is this efficient?

From what I have read I believe CoreOS to be a bare-bones Linux distribution which essentially facilitates running Docker containers that contain any applications or services that you require. From ...
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Destination host is unreachable

Points to Note I am installing cloudera 4.6.0 using docker in pseudo distributed mode. I have created two docker containers. One is for hadoop and another is for flume. I linked two containers as ...
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Replacing DevilLinux firewall [on hold]

We are currently running an x86 firewall using a DevilLinux distribution that starts from USB pendrive (no HDD). There are basically an iptables script and an openvpn server running on the machine. ...
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How can I make the most of my non-server hardware with server software installed? [on hold]

I have a standard computer device running UBUNTU 14.04 server. I'm using it for testing but I'll need to expose my work soon enough. I have other machines laying around here - some strong, some not as ...
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How to install openssl1.0.1 alongside the the default system openssl? (Centos/redhat)

I was tasked to setup openssl alongside the default version installed on the system. I want to know how I can set this up? I would like to point apache to use the portable version of openssl (I am ...
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Server login fail

When I login in my server using ssh, it shows me a message with the number of failed logins since the last sucessfull login. Currently I have this: Last failed login: Wed Jan 28 17:54:17 EST 2015 ...
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Server is sending spam every 5 minutes - can't find task/cron causing this [duplicate]

A linux server I manage is sending out hundreds of spam messages from a specific user account every 5 minutes. I found, within the user's account (which runs Wordpress), a couple of PHP exploit ...
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Only one IP Rule Being Implemented

I have server that has a 10g card in it. I need to configure that server so that for a particular IP address (172.16.2.180) traffic goes over two 10g Ports, the second needed for failover . The ...
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Only one server of GlusterFS pair is working

I've created a GlusterFS server pair, with GlusterFS v 3.2.5 (because Debian uses that version, and all our servers are Debian), using the official guide: ...
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Send apache ssl access log to syslog

I'm having an issue piping apache ssl access logs to my syslog server. I've added the following line to my apache config: CustomLog "|/usr/bin/nc -u <syslogserver> 514" "<134>%{%b %d ...
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Low load average, but high %user and %system cpu usage

Summed up question: Why do we see one set of servers perform significantly worse with the same database and workload as others? Symptoms other than longer execution time is low (near zero) load ...
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Troubleshooting multicast on Ubuntu 14.04 server

I am troubleshooting an issue with multicast on an Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS server. I have a simple client that subscribes to a multicast group and waits for data. The subscription is successful and shows ...
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Docker & Shorewall: Access container via localhost

This is kinda a follow-up to the excellent anwer of user fazy in this previous question: Docker & Shorewall I applied the configuration as described there but it doesn't seem to work with a ...
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Linux smart card authentication

I am using puttysc to authenticate to a remote Linux server with my smart card . But as I understand, this isn't true PKI authentication - puttysc just unlocks the public key and matches it to a user ...
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Invalid command: 'AuthLDAPAuthoritative', perhaps misspelled

Have apache 2.2.24 running on Gentoo server. I need apache to now authenticate through windows active directory, however, on apache service restart, I am getting this error: Invalid command, ...
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How efficient is the tac command on large files

The taccommand (catreversed) can be used to read a file backwards, just like cat reads it rom the beginning. I wonder, how efficient this is. Does it have to read the whole file from the beginning and ...