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Packaged application have their own locations, typicall under /usr/ or /var/lib/, with executables (or links to them) under /bin/ or /usr/bin/ For self-compiled or self-written application, you can use /usr/local/bin/ for the executables and /usr/<appname>/ for the application itself (or its asset files). Some more (albeit somewhat outdated) ...


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This is covered in the Debian Policy Manual. According to the section on configuration files, generally acceptable locations are /etc or /etc/{app_name}.


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The journal entry indicates that, by pid, bash posted the log message, using the logger program. This indicates that something in your startup scripts is creating this message.


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Use the unattended-upgrades package for apt. There's an option to reboot if necessary: // Automatically reboot *WITHOUT CONFIRMATION* // if the file /var/run/reboot-required is found after the upgrade Unattended-Upgrade::Automatic-Reboot "true"; // If automatic reboot is enabled and needed, reboot at the specific // time instead of immediately // Default: ...


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Please note that OVH now offers images supporting Docker for this VPS service: http://www.ovh.co.uk/vps/operating-system.xml#Dev You can install the following distributions on your VPS: * Ubuntu Docker (Ubuntu 14.04) * Ubuntu Docker (Ubuntu 15.04) You will have to reinstall your VPS though, and I don't know which version of Docker they support.


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EDIT: reading that reject_unverified_sender could cause blacklisting i've removed id, and now the problem is back I think i've resolved this using this restrictions: smtpd_client_restrictions = permit_sasl_authenticated, permit_mynetworks #smtpd_helo_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, permit_sasl_authenticated, reject_non_fqdn_helo_hostname, ...


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Does the Squeeze machine have the ca-certificates package installed? Without that, there's no trusted set of root certificates which can be used to validate that a presented certificate is valid. Assuming that ca-certificates is installed correctly, you may be having problems with TLS protocol compatibility. Squeeze, being rather old, has a version of ...


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As mentioned above by shodanshok /usr/local is a good place to store an application that is not a package (deb, rpm). Hovewer, if you would rather have your app in one directory (instead of /usr/local/etc for config files, /usr/local/bin for executables), you can place it in /opt directory. This is often the directory of choice in case of apps that come with ...


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You cannot bring up an interface that is already up. The "File exists" errors indicate that you are trying to add IP addresses and routes that are already present. Make sure the interface is down and the IPs and routes are gone and run the script and you won't get those errors.


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One solution would be to make a script that does the following: Fetch network details of the WAN interfaces. Test their connectivity with ICMP probes by binding the probes to their appropriate interface (-I flag on linux ping command) Depending on connectivity status act accordingly (if primary link is down, switch-over to secondary) The above can be ...


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I think it was a config file problem for me as well. I used the following on OS X: rm -rf /usr/local/etc/couchdb/ brew uninstall couchdb brew install couchdb



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