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To solve this problem you need to add next rules in your IPT: # Apt-Get without problem $IPT -A OUTPUT -p tcp --dport 80 -m state --state NEW,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT $IPT -A INPUT -p tcp --sport 80 -m state --state ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT
Simply: apt-get update will update your local copies of your repositories' package data, such as available versions and dependencies. This is needed to check whether any updates are present. It doesn't actually upgrade packages. apt-get upgrade and apt-get dist-upgrade will upgrade packages. The former runs general system upgrades The latter will ...
/var/log/dpkg.log is just what the doctor ordered. :)
FIrst, I would use one of the tools Braiam described to put the the packages from the first server in a local repository on the second server. Next, I would run dpkg --get-selections on the first server, and feed it's output to dpkg --set-selections on the second server; that will mark software to be installed. FInally, I would run apt-get dselect-upgrade on ...
You can simply copy all the .deb packages and install them with dpkg: sudo dpkg -i *.deb There isn't any danger unless you forget some package or have the same package but with different versions. I would use APTonCD, or Apt-mirror, or AptMedium as the safest methods. There are a bunch of them in either: ...
I suggest you to build nginx from sources with desired modules for binary and integrate it in Debian using nginx-common package you NEED recompile nginx to add modules Here is why : http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,123868,123868
If you can spare the disk space, build an archive mirror with debmirror on an internet-connected machine, then move it to the non-connected network. You'll need about 70GB of space for a full mirror of Precise (12.04) only. A full ubuntu mirror (all versions, releases, CDs etc) is about 700GB. You'll need to do some other stuff too, but there's really ...
you can run... "netstat | grep -i ftpsync" ...on the server and then allow the ports that it uses to the firewall. if that doesnt turn up enough info you can google about netstat to better tune you search for active ports. but if you are using the same protocol offsite as onsite that inst your issue unless the offsite firewall restricts requests ...
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