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And solved: X11 builds a key mapping on install. On my machine, I have another language installed, and my ~/.Xmodmap file was causing the issue. By cross-referencing the virtual mapping for the keyboard located at /System/Library/Frameworks/Carbon.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/HIToolbox.framework/Versions/A/Headers/Events.h with the .Xmodmap as follows: ...


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I stumbled across this while looking at the same problem this morning, and after a lot of googling/head-scratching came up with the following solution, which i'll post for anyone else who has this issue in future and gets stuck. The natdns Vagrantfile settings that work for us (Vagrant 1.6.3, tested on OSX (using VirtualBox 4.3.14) and Windows8 (using ...


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OS X can have trouble sometimes with actually authenticating against active directory. It is therefore storing them as off-line accounts, and it may appear they are authenticating with the AD, when it is not necessarily true. It may be authenticated against a stored hash. If this is the case, lockout won't work, as it is never actually hitting the active ...


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What I've learned so far: In order to facilitate a CalDav service to the outside world, forwarding port 8008 and 8443 sufficed for me. However, in order to allow users to add an Internet Account via System Preferences, port 443 needs to be accessible as well. Authentication and selecting which services are to be used is done over port 443. This is not a ...


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It's possible that instead of using the option to setup a public IP address when creating the instance you could have created what Amazon calls an "Elastic IP" which is remarkably like a public IP address that you manually associate with your EC2 instance. The thing that makes it different is that like everything else in EC2 it's kind of "modular". You can ...


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After reading the VPC documentation more closely, my first EC2 instance is connected. Here is what i got wrong when setting up the EC2 instance and VPC. With only a private ip, my development machine would never be able to connect to the EC2 instance unless it was a part of the VPC's network. So to talk to it from the outside, I needed to specify that for ...


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I had problem with Outlook for Mac - a box kept appearing saying "Authentication Failed - Invalid Credentials" and asking if I wanted to try entering password. If "No" was clicked or if my password was entered, the message would just appear again after a few seconds. Whilst this message was on the screen I could not open Outlook on my MacBook. Solved the ...


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Your faint only hope would be to get the source, compile it against 32-bit libraries and install it. Yes, if you were to do a lot of work, you might be able to get binaries generated for Windows but that is a low percentage proposition as well. You'd need to compile all dependent libraries needed and ensure they work. Sounds like a pretty ambitious ...


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Thank you tschundeee for what I consider to be the ultimate answer to this issue, wish I could just comment but here is the total configuration for those trying to accomplish the original goal (wildcards all pointing to same codebase -- install nothing, dev environment ie, XAMPP) hosts file (add an entry) file: /etc/hosts (non-windows) 127.0.0.1 ...


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on the mac that is hosting the rogue DHCP service. sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/bootps.plist This will turn off bootpd, which is the DHCP server. You might also check the internet sharing settings in system preferences (which is the other common user of DHCP on the system besides Mac OS X Server) To see if Mac OS X Server is ...


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In addition to the "force create mode" and "force directory mode" options suggested by kolypto, you may also need force directory mode = 2770 force security mode = 660 See man smb.conf to adapt the mode bits to your needs.


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$ sudo route delete -net 0.0.0.0 -ifp ppp0 delete net 0.0.0.0 This is documented in route(8)


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You've got two problems: Your doc roots for dummy-host.example.com and dummy-host2.example.com dont exist! You enabled authz, and presumably have some sort of auth requirement in your vhost configs, that is denying you access. Fix both, and you should be good to go. I.E. Make sure the directory that holds your documents, and the documents themselves, ...


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Another option you could look at is setting a cron job for every 5 minutes that will wget the site url thus keeping Passenger spun up and ready. I have the same problem in production where if the app is not used for a while accessing it is slow (3-5 sec) the first time while Passenger spins up. Then after that it's very quick. Here's another way of ...


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Instead of using the Sequel to create the tunnel, what is you create the tunnel yourself ? ssh -Cc blowfish -Nf -vv -L3306:localhost:3306 sshuser@domain Then connect with Sequel to 127.0.0.1:3306 Can you connect ? Does anything appear on your terminal (or ssh client logs)?


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If it is the homebrew implementation of smb, then this might be located somewhere there : /usr/local/Cellar/ Out of curiosity, what is your netbios name ? (SysPref / Network / Advanced / WINS) ?


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Not cannonical but worked well for me, I was able to get consistent results doing this: require 'benchmark/ips' require 'net/http' require 'uri' L3002 = URI.parse "http://localhost:3002/" L3001 = URI.parse "http://localhost:3001/" Benchmark.ips do |x| x.config(time: 5, warmup: 5) x.report("3002") { Net::HTTP.get_response(L3002) } x.report("3001") { ...


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It turns out that eth2 is the adaptor to connect the VirtualBox directly to the outside Internet, so commenting out config.vm.network :public_network from the VagrantFile stopped the public network interfaces being loaded and so solved the issue.


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Mac OS X has autofs, which, by default, is configured to do NFS automounts under /net. So you should be able to just cd /net/$hostname/$share.


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There are many options available. Popular and robust all-in-one solutions include: Casper Suite ( http://www.jamfsoftware.com/products/casper-suite/ ) Absolute Manage ( http://www.jamfsoftware.com/products/casper-suite/ ) FileWave (http://www.filewave.com ) Absolute Manage and FileWave have the advantage of being cross-platform (unlike Casper). Casper is ...


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Use WorkingDirectory option: WorkingDirectory <string> This optional key is used to specify a directory to chdir(2) to before running the job. To see all available options, check launchd.plist manual page.


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Yes, you can use Mac OS X Server for this. Specifically, you're going to want to look at the Profile Manager. See the Apple documentation here for more info: http://help.apple.com/profilemanager/mac/3.0/#apd7FD061FD-D954-49E1-910D-75FF4FC47C76


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The standard Mac configuration management tool is Casper: http://www.jamfsoftware.com/products/casper-suite/ An open-source alternative is Munki: https://code.google.com/p/munki/


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If you look in the file ~git/gitlab/config/gitlab.yml it says: ## GitLab Shell settings gitlab_shell: path: /home/git/gitlab-shell/ # REPOS_PATH MUST NOT BE A SYMLINK!!! repos_path: /home/git/repositories/ hooks_path: /home/git/gitlab-shell/hooks/ So no symlink :-) But you can modify the file and the repos_path setting to point to a ...



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