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I just ran into something similar. Turns out one of the directories along the way to the target had too-restrictive permissions. chmod 755 $HOME fixed it in my case.
Setting up the Linux server Install the NFS server as per the Ubuntu NFS guide: sudo apt-get install nfs-kernel-server Edit /etc/exports: sudo nano /etc/exports Now add a line similar to this: /home/ubuntu 172.16.238.0/24(insecure,rw,all_squash,anonuid=1000,anongid=1000,no_subtree_check) /home/ubuntu is the directory to export 172.16.238.0/24 is ...
What you are describing is in RFC3704. Apple is a BSD based OS and still has a fair amount different then Linux. In BSD they don't keep this setting in the kernel but in PF. From what I can tell Apple is assuming that everything is in an environment where routing is symmetric. The particular setting is done using the urpf-failed keyword in filter rules: ...
"web-searching revealed that mysql connects to 'localhost' via a unix socket" Because PHP is attempting some optimization that is causing unintended effects. Your instance of MySQL is listening for connections on tcp port 3306. PHP is trying to connect to a UNIX socket on the file system.
Run the curl command on the MacOSX machine but don't redirect the output, let it stream to your shell window. Watch to see if there appears to be any buffering involved, IE, do you get output from the start, a bit at a time, or do you get nothing for 5 minutes and then a flood of data all at once? Run the curl command again on a machine where it times out, ...
You can also add the settings suggested by others as defaults in your ~/.ssh/config file, so you don't have to pass them to ssh every time you initiate a connection: nano ~/.ssh/config and add: TCPKeepAlive=no ServerAliveInterval=15
Nope. The kernel doesn't store that kind of info.
When in doubt refer to the man page :) $ man ps /parenth When printing using the command keyword, a process that has exited and has a parent that has not yet waited for the process (in other words, a zombie) is listed as ``<defunct>'', and a process which is blocked while trying to exit is listed as ``<exiting>''. If the arguments cannot be ...
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