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For Puppet 4, you need the PC1 (Puppet Collections) repositories instead of the older one you've configured. For CentOS/EL 6, run: rpm -ivh https://yum.puppetlabs.com/puppetlabs-release-pc1-el-6.noarch.rpm This configures a repo that contains a puppet-agent package, containing Puppet 4 and other tools. See Using Puppet Collections and Welcome to Puppet ...
Turn off and clear iptables and perform a connection test. If it works, more than likely you don't have to proper iptables config to make pptp work. If it works with iptables cleared and disabled, then you should probably read this: PPTP IPTables routing issue
Simply issue the command yum remove httpd
PHP 7 is available in the Remi-Repository: http://blog.remirepo.net/post/2015/03/25/PHP-7.0-as-Software-Collection For Apache 2.4 you can use the Software Collections ( SCL ) Repository https://www.softwarecollections.org/en/scls/rhscl/httpd24/ Wiki Link to SCL: https://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories/SCL
Is your ldap base really "uid=john.martin,ou=Users,dc=company,dc=com"? It could be, but I think that is your binddn, am I right? When using ldapsearch with simple authentication I use this: ldapsearch -h host -LLL -s sub -x -W -b dc=your,dc=base -Z -D "cn=youruser,ou=org,dc=your,dc=base" ldapfilter attributes Use the manpage of ldapsearch to understand ...
You have to remove the index.html file (or rename it to something that don't end with .html or .php). You could also create a new sub directory in /var/www/html, called download (just for an example), and then browse to it with http://ip-address/download/.
You can just go to the unlock URL and then initiate an SMTP connection from your server. You don't have to visit the unlock URL from inside the server.
I know this post is quit old, but i just have faced this problem on ubuntu when i called for PECL command. The only thing that helped me is to install php-xml package. First check if you have xml module already installed php -m if you don't find it then you have to sudo apt-get install php-pear it will automatically install php-xml package. or you ...
Test first with yum remove libmemcached-0.31-1.1.el6.x86_64 and then yum install php56w-pecl-memcached.x86_64 Greetings.
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