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Unless this is just for dev/testing, you should absolutely dedicate an instance to act as your salt master. You want minions to stay connected to the master's ZeroMQ bus because minions won't continually retry forever waiting for the master to reappear, they will just abort. (See: recon_max config option) As long as there's swap, a 1GB instance should ...


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OSX 10.6.8 uses Apache web server. The config files are usually found in /etc/apache2/ You may want to try mod_proxy Covering all ports is another matter. I think it requires some network/port address translation, about which I know little


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I've copied and pasted what I hope is the relevant config out of my ASA (5525) where this is working for both AnyConnect and MacOS-native clients. I have expurgated it of localized information, so I may have typoed something along the way. I hope I haven't left anything out. (Look out for ! *** comments.) ! *** This is a pool of IPs that will be ...


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d00d... Control Panel -> Network Preference Panes -> ⚙ -> Set Service Order Drag and rearrange your interfaces. Try with Wi-fi above the USB Ethernet. And then try the opposite. See which works best for you.


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I feel that the easiest way to do this is by opening up Script Editor... pasting the following in it. Which is a script that will restart the computer into windows. Make sure you change the password to yours though. all you have to do is double click it and it will automatically do everything for you. Leave everything like it is except for the line that says ...


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SO, this is what ended up working for me after countless hours trying to figure this thing out: I knew everything was working fine on the erver side since I was ale to access the share from other linux computers, the problem was accessing it on MacOsx. so, after looking around for a while I found Fuse for Osx and the Sshfs package to go with it. I installed ...


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NFS is working with some RPC daemons. According to the tag, I assume you're using NFSv4. First, are you sure your mac is using v4 ? Are your RPC Daemons started on your Mac ? On Linux, you can get your daemon status with rpcinfo -p. You should at least have "portmapper", "mountd" and "nfs" on your server. You may also have "nlockmgr" for locking management ...


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This is not possible with server versions after OS X Server Snow Leopard. Since the first release of the 'simple' server in OS X Lion, binding Windows clients to OS X Server is not possible anymore. For authentication a client such as pGina can be used though, however it is not officially supported.


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we can install java with brew cask. brew install caskroom/cask/brew-cask brew casek install java


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This is my working config: ipsec.conf: conn rw-ikev1 left=%any leftsubnet=0.0.0.0/0,::0/0 leftauth=pubkey leftcert="hubud2.pem" leftid=@xxx.atw.hu right=%any rightauth=pubkey rightauth2=xauth-radius rightgroups="cn=vpn_users_trusted/ou=roles/dc=y7/dc=hu" rightsourceip=192.168.100.0/28,2a01:270:1035:ff::/120 ...


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Before attempting to start nginx, check if something is already running on port '8080' as follows. I say port "8080", because that's the port number shown in the error message you posted: $ sudo netstat -nlp | grep ':8080' tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8080 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 2355/nginx tcp6 0 0 :::8080 ...


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Make sure /etc/hostname is newline-terminated.


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I know this is an old question. However, I found a solution from an even older github thread. You can simply use gunzip -c that works similar to zcat without the errors on Mac OS X. $ gunzip -c 20150707_backup.sql.gz | mysql -u mysql_user -p


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[vagrant@controller ~]$ man nmap -d: Increase debugging level (use -dd or more for greater effect) Add -d to increase the debug level [vagrant@controller ~]$ nmap -sn X.* -d Starting Nmap 6.40 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2015-07-04 00:20 UTC --------------- Timing report --------------- hostgroups: min 1, max 100000 rtt-timeouts: init 1000, min 100, max ...



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