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it was 50 min applying computer setting...Mcafee was the issue at my side, booted to safe mode, disabled Mcafee, and server booted up fine then, will work with mcafee on issue Hope this will help to someone


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you can used cisco built in command 'archive' to backup router and switch configuration but you can only save the archived files to FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, RCP, SCP, TFTP locations. I configured a FTP site for my setup and you can configured it to create backup file after certain time interval or when Write Memory command is issued.


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great job, thanks mustaccio. To raise the dead ... VMware Player 5 outline: VNET_# = 0 to 9 (VMnet# i.e. for VMnet1: VNET_1) HASH is a 40 digit hex number File -- Start File Header: VERSION=1,0 bridge mode -- other than standard (see addition below) answer VNET_#_DHCP no answer VNET_#_VIRTUAL_ADAPTER no Host-only with DHCP answer VNET_#_DHCP yes ...


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While waiting for an answer I seem to have found the solution: <IfModule mod_authz_core.c> # Apache 2.4 Require all granted </IfModule> <IfModule !mod_authz_core.c> # Apache 2.2 Order deny,allow Allow from all </IfModule> Apparently you can check for existence of specific modules and make Apache2 do stuff ...


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You can use mod_version (link) <IfVersion >= 2.4> Require all granted </IfVersion> <IfVersion < 2.4> Order allow,deny Allow from all </IfVersion>


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The program which modified the sender was postfix. By default crontab/mail will use username as email sender without domain parts. So the sender becomes myuser Because postfix sees sender doesn't domain name, by default postfix will append hostname as its domain. See parameter append_at_myorigin and myorigin in /etc/postfix/main.cf. The sender becomes ...


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I am not sure from where the crontab picks up the hostname part of the from email address, but one thing that you can do is to add a MAILFROM= line on the very top of the crontab so that it will send the email from the address mentioned in the MAILFROM= line. [root@mercury01 ~]# crontab -l MAILFROM=root@mercury.example.com */10 * * * * sh ...


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You can achieve this in a number of ways. Integrating quite directly with what you have in your config file, you may wish to simply include a section such as the following; location ~ \.php$ { try_files index.php; fastcgi_pass ...; fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME /path/to$fastcgi_script_name; ... } Which will check for the existence of the requested ...


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To fit with modern sysadmin best practices it would be good to add your configs as individual files in /etc/smb/smb.d and then reference them with an include. Sadly samba does not support wildcard includes so you have to do add something like: include = /etc/smb/includes.conf in your smb.conf and then generate the includes.conf with something like: ls ...


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Figured it out. I'm a goof. I had tried using net share before to see if what I was using was still in use from the previous WDS install, and simply didn't notice the "REMINST" share at the bottom of the list. Bleh. A simple net share REMINST /delete solved my issue. We're back in business.


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This works: set $foo = 'foo'; set $foobar "${foo}bar";


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I guess it would be possible to use a pattern with anti-modules. For example... zookeeper_present This module would configure the host completely for zookeeper zookeeper_not_present This module would reverse anything done by the previous module. lvs_present This module would configure the host completely for lvs. lvs_not_present This module ...


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I assume that by IP-stack you mean IP address space / IP subnet. Yes, you can do that. You would have to set up a separate network for the VMs, which is not bridged to the Host's normal network. You also need to set up a dummy interface in the Host VM, which is then assigned to the same bridge that is used by the VMs. Finally, if you want to be able to ...


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I was having similar problems, with a slightly different pattern, using a '.dev' suffix for my virtual hosts, with the full domain as the folder name. I got that working with VirtualDocumentRoot /www/sites/%-2+/public_html ... <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName dev ServerAlias *.dev UseCanonicalName Off VirtualDocumentRoot ...



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