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Does the fih.localhost already resolve to an ip-address? You can test this by typing the following in a command-prompt : ping fih.localhost It should resolve to an IP. If it does not do that, you will probably want to fix that by putting that servername in your computer's /etc/hosts-file.


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Concerning smtp[d]_tls_[mandatory_]ciphers Yes. If I set both smtpd_tls_security_level and smtp_tls_security_level to may then only the opportunistic settings are relevant meaning it does not matter what I set in the mandatory ones? Yes. If I want to make a secure but still public mail server would the following configuration (in regard of the ...


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After reading this blog post I came to know that ejabberd.cfg is converted to ejabberd.yml and YAML is used to configure the server now. Thus no need of a cfg file.


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Specify "$$" to produce a single "$" character. http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html


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HIGH, LOW, EXPORT etc are kind of macros which include a range of ciphers. To get the actual ciphers use openssl ciphers command, i.e. $ openssl ciphers -V 'HIGH:!aNULL:!MD5' 0xC0,0x30 - ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384 TLSv1.2 Kx=ECDH Au=RSA Enc=AESGCM(256) Mac=AEAD 0xC0,0x2C - ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384 TLSv1.2 Kx=ECDH Au=ECDSA ...


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user173470, For this.. Best practice is to assign the Native VLAN or PortVlan ID on that specific port to VLAN for the NanoStation. Than TAG all your other VLANs if you want them passed on that port. Not all devices can pass tagged frames. Also you do not have to assign all members to those ports. Only assign the vlan members to ports that you want the ...


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The nginx FAQ is pretty clear on this topic: Q: Is there a proper way to use nginx variables to make sections of the configuration shorter, using them as macros for making parts of configuration work as templates? A: Variables should not be used as template macros. Variables are evaluated in the run-time during the processing of each request, so ...


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Simple answer just use static server configs on a per domain basis, don't try to be smart. I set up a script to generate the config file instead.


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According docs: checking of a file existence with the -f and !-f operators; checking of a directory existence with the -d and !-d operators; checking of a file, directory, or symbolic link existence with the -e and !-e operators; checking for an executable file with the -x and !-x operators.


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I had a similar problem. It happened that there were several my.cnf files in system. One in /etc/mtsql and other in /usr/. And latter had bad parameters.


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The designated tool that meets the described requirements is Beaker. It will allow the creation of acceptance test scenarios like the one that was sketched in the question.


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I have not found a way using $fastcgi_script_name, but I actually find that extra level of indirection a bit confusing. I now use the following snippet: server { listen 80; root /var/www; try_files $uri $uri/ =404; autoindex on; location /openid { alias /opt/openid/www; index index.html index.php; ...


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As far as I know you only have that option for error messages i.e.: ErrorDocument 404 "Sorry but the requested resource can't be found."


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I know it's an old post, but I just ran across this question while I was looking for something else. I'm not much of a nagios expert, but I do love it. Any check that you place in a hostgroup will apply to any host in that hostgroup (which you knew already). If you create the same check in the host cfg, then it'll override the hostgroup check. Anyhow, the ...


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There are several issues in your configuration: You specify root on the server level, and then specify alias in location blocks. This isn't wrong in itself, but causes confusion easily. If all your project files are under E:/www, I would use these remove both the location block with alias blocks, and would set up only root E:/www inside the server block. ...


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According to the lighttpd docs on configuration file syntax, only double quotes ", not ' are supported. Your observation, that $SERVER["socket"] == ":80" works, but $HTTP["url"] == '/my_path/' isn't, confirms this.


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Also check that your tomcat service is stuck in the background. Kill all stuck tomcat processes to make absolutely sure that your reconfiguration is being picked up.


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Are you running with SELINUX enabled? If so, selinux may block dovecot from binding to another port and, after that, it re-bind on the default port (993). Try to temporarily disable selinux with setenforce 0 and to restart dovecot. Does that change anything?


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Your URI pattern is /sub-site/sub-section while your location block is /sub-section, thus it never processes URIs beginning with /sub-site.



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