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Perhaps you didn't see this comment in the default sshd_config file? # WARNING: 'UsePAM no' is not supported in Fedora and may cause several # problems. On Fedora and Red Hat, you must enable PAM authentication.


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This isn't really about BIND. It's about DNS in general. You're breaking a few basic rules of DNS administration. Multiple Nameservers: You should have at least two NS records defined in your zone for redundancy. Right now you don't. Both servers should be located in physically separate locations in order to prevent DNS outages. One or more of your ...


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The common factor with both of these sites is that they use ECC SSL certificates to secure their https connections, rather than the traditional RSA certificates used by most sites. These are currently very rare, but they are expected to increase in popularity in the future. Both the versions of curl and NSS in use were built with ECC and therefore ought to ...


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Since Fedora 6/7 used sysvinit while Fedora 21 uses systemctl - I presume your program comes packages up with sysv init script. One way to see what may be the error is to try running the startup script in debug mode: # bash -x /etc/init.d/qbdbfilemon start This will spit out a lot of bash debug stuff, and you'll probably be able to see the actual command ...


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Found the right way... You have to set in the local.ini your local ip which you can get with ipconfig on windows or ifconfig in linux. Then in the nat menu from your router add a routing entry to your local ip. Now when you enter in the browser your public ip 211.121.x.x it goes to the router and then the router knows oh i have to forward this request to ...


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I happened to notice that vboxnet0 was not connecting when the firewall was enabled. After messing around for some time I tried reinstalling VirtualBox from RPMForge rather than the copy direct from Oracle. The vboxnet0 interface then started connecting and the firewall issues disappeared. It looks like there is an issue with the Oracle version of this ...



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