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Simply: apt-get update will update your local copies of your repositories' package data, such as available versions and dependencies. This is needed to check whether any updates are present. It doesn't actually upgrade packages. apt-get upgrade and apt-get dist-upgrade will upgrade packages. The former runs general system upgrades The latter will ...
I have solved the issue and figured out that the directory(.ssh) and the file(authorized_keys) for that particular user was created by root and so when local was trying to login with there was a permission issue for the file /home/username/.ssh/authorized_keys How did I figure it out? INFO log level was not helping so I tried putting DEBUG mode in ...
I can confirm that Oracle XE works within Docker. the only issue is that inside the container the shm is configured to only 65356k see https://github.com/dotcloud/docker/issues/2606 The only workaround so far is to change the lxc template and recompile docker (which is easy)
Here's the problem: chmod 600 /home/john You're making your home directory non-executable for yourself, which means that any process owned by you can't enter the directory to read its contents - including your ssh keys. You want chmod 700 /home/john instead. Also chmod 700 /home/john/.ssh; chmod 600 /home/john/.ssh/*
masquerade is working as expected and is needed. If the external server would receive the original local ip addresses as source addresses, it wouldn't know where to send back the answer, or at best it would try to send it through its local network. A machine routing with masquerading handles all the connections, redirecting then the answers to the correct ...
You could use a ppa to stay up-to-date with php. I use : https://launchpad.net/~ondrej/+archive/php5 It's now on 5.5 and also includes Apache 2.4 update. For Apache 2.2 + PHP 5.4 repository, see the bottom of the answer. If you want use this ppa do this: https://launchpad.net/~ondrej/+archive/php5 (click here for instructions) sudo add-apt-repository ...
Have you tried to download the PHP source code and compile? get the source. ./configure --prefix=... --extra options of your choice make make install INSTALL_ROOT=/where_to_install package it with ubuntu modify httpd.conf to LoadModule php5_module path/to/libphp5.so
You can't use a transparent proxy in this scenario. A transparent proxy must be in the network route of the traffic so that it can intercept and rewrite all of the traffic to redirect it to squid, and since your server is outside your network path, you have no way to do this. If you want to use this server as a proxy, it will have to be a normal forward ...
Ubuntu uses upstart for managing services. The service configuration is at /etc/init/php5-fpm.conf. Don't delete this file, it will just be recreated when the package is updated. Instead, create the file /etc/init/php5-fpm.override with the contents manual Then you can start and stop it with start php5-fpm and stop php5-fpm but it won't be ...
I had the same problem. You can see start-up problems in the "console" mode. Just execute: $ sudo /etc/init.d/apacheds-2.0.0-M15-default console In my case I got the following error message, which originated from the "java" command: Running ApacheDS - default... wrapper | --> Wrapper Started as Console wrapper | Launching a JVM... wrapper | JVM ...
I have ported ec2-net-utils from Amazon Linux to Ubuntu. What these scripts do is to configure automatically new interfaces including additional IPs and fix asymmetric routing. Have a look here: https://github.com/ademaria/ubuntu-ec2net https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cloud-init/+bug/1153626
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