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This is a bounce message for an undelivered mail, which got (tempoarily or permanently) rejected by your server. The sender used hotmail and thus, the bounce message gets delivered there.


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Yes, you can't have domain in both mydestination and virtual_mailbox_maps. To overcome this you need set mydestination in main.cf mydestination = localhost.$mydomain, localhost and in /etc/postfix/virtual root@domain1.com root@localhost webmaster@domain1.com webmaster@localhost with this setup, email to root@domain1.com will be redirected ...


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As far as I can tell, the ChrootDirectory is not properly set. It should be set to: ChrootDirectory /data/jail


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Your exim4 install is set up as a satellite, which means it won't do any local delivery. It's also set up as the destination for bitlucid.com emails (other than the one you redefined in aliases). So, it sees "@bitlucid.com goes to me" as well as "I don't receive local mail", and declares the mail unroutable. Change 'satellite' to 'smarthost', and it will do ...


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Just curl this page: $ curl wtfismyip.com/text


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For our ec2 ubuntu instance, the above answers did not work completely. On Ubuntu, by default, the check is not enabled in the rcS file. So Edit rcS file sudo vi /etc/default/rcS below the line #FSCKFIX=no Add FSCKFIX=yes Then do as suggested above. sudo touch /forcefsck Reboot from ec2 console. Delete the line FSCKFIX=yes to get back rcS ...


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I don't have a C7 system to hand but on Fedora the cron daemon is called crond and lives in /usr/sbin. Perhaps you can figure it out from that. (it's easy)


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Docker is not "running a firewall" itself, it uses host iptables and its rules are bound to the docker bridge interface (docker0 by default). As you want to forward a host's port to a docker container, you don't need to edit iptables rules, docker run provides option -p hostPort:containerPort to do this and will handle all iptables rules itself. The ...


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You need a mysql.sock in /tmp ln -s /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock mysql.sock should work fine after that.


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I also had problem like the file permission is changed when i upload a file through my ftp. This is fixed with one line change in my vsftpd.conf local_umask=val(like 022,007,etc.,)


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Do you have any particularly large files on your filesystem? There appears to be a bug report about clamav reporting fmap() failed on large files here.


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The drivers are part of the kernel, they do not require separate installation. If there were no drivers, the disks would not even be visible on the system. Yes partition sizes will need to grow if the underlying storage grows. You should use LVM if you plan to do this, otherwise the system will need to be taken offline to grow the partition. /dev/sdxx is ...


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Simply edit the file /etc/default/rcS Uncomment and set FSCKFIX=yes /etc/default/rcS # automatically repair filesystems with inconsistencies during boot FSCKFIX=yes and reboot! Do remember to put it back afterwards.


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I had luck identifying culprits with the Linux auditing subsystem. Linux audit files to see who made changes to a file linux - Monitoring system calls - Information Security Stack Exchange


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Build virtuoso-opensource 7.2 DEB packages from github source Thanks to Jan-Marcek and stain, who both posted on github, I was able to compile virtuoso-opensource 7.2 from source using the following on a clean Ubuntu 14.04 server system: apt-get update apt-get install -y openjdk-6-jdk git build-essential automake mkdir -p /tmp/build && cd ...


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Start by investigating the relations between parent/child processes using a command such as ps -AF --forest. The Parent Process ID (PPID) will either be the process that spawned the process in question, or 1 if it forked or became orphaned. The --forest switch to PS displays a graphical representation of this relationship. Deamons are usually started with ...


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I just fixed the same problem. My vmbuilder created an image with a root partition followed by a swap partition. cloud-utils-growpart can't grow the root partition if there's one immediately after it. I deleted the swap partition and the root partition resized correctly on reboot


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This appears to be a bug in version 0.1.39 of mhddfs on Ubuntu. A workaround is to downgrade to 0.1.38 from Precise.


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Java keytool does the trick: keytool -printcert -v -file Annotation: Windows doubleclick does not work. Windows reads only the first certificate in the keystore and automatically extends the trustchain with it's built in certificate store. Results: All beyond the first certificate in the .crt file are not shown You may get a different trustchain ...


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First, SSSD 1.8 is very old and not supported by upstream anymore. I hope this is a vendor-supported distribution. About sudo, I didn't see a request coming from sudo in the sssd_sudo log. In this old version you had to manually install libsss_sudo IIRC, you might want to check if that's the case on ubuntu, too. Finally, I don't understand why do you use ...


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It seems that you are trying to run fsck on a live system. Do not. Instead, you should schedule fsck to run on next reboot. That is done by adding an empty file, /forcefsck. Also, the error message you got is related to this instead of indicating the filesystem is corrupted. There's two options. You can either use shutdown -rF now which creates the file for ...


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First off, verify that you can connect from your local machine... you can just telnet to port 443, both on localhost (127.0.0.1) as well as on your machine's IP address. You should at least get an answer (ie. verification that there is a listener on that port). Example - This is what you do not want: $ telnet 127.0.0.1 443 Trying 127.0.0.1... telnet: ...


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Sounds like a problem with ClamAV... Check to see if you get an error starting ClamAV. Something like: /etc/init.d/clamd start Starting Clam AntiVirus Daemon: /bin/bash: line 1: 2210 Segmentation fault clamd [FAILED] Otherwise, try updating it and then restarting using freshclam. Failing that, try reinstalling it and restarting the daemon. Ref: ...


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You may also use the following syntax: ssh-agent sh -c 'ssh-add /foo/cert.pem && echo Do some stuff here.'


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You may also use the following syntax: ssh-agent sh -c 'ssh-add && echo Do some stuff here.'


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Actually there are two different error messages above although the problem was same: Failed to receive email. The first error was came when you send email from GMAIL. It is failed with error Technical details of permanent failure: Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain domain.org by ...


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Your parameter smtpd_tls_auth_only = yes doesn't allow you to skip TLS communication. Therefore, if a SMTP client isn't able (or refuses) to do TLS, your MTA will refuse the connection. As an example, your telnet session is cleartext (no TLS). You might be missing smtp_use_tls=yes in your /etc/posfix/main.cf


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As far as I know, and as supported by this article, you can setup a RAID array of different size disks, but the array will end up sized as Number of Disks * Smallest Disk. Can I create an md(4) RAID array out of block devices of unequal size? Yes, but the RAID array will have the size of the smallest block device (plus some overheads for its own ...


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No. In a raid, every member drive must be the same size, it is unavoidable. Otherwise, where could be mapped the upper 2TB of your new drives? But, what you can do: Partition your new drives to have two-two 2TB partitions, Grow your old array to include the lower 2-2 TB partitions from your disks (mdadm --grow /dev/md0 --raid-devices=5) And finally, you ...


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@tigran - thank you for the help. You raised some very important points. The problem here was actually port numbers. In the first scenario: Device 172.16.50.100 (static)]----[Gateway (172.16.15.200)]----[Ubuntu Linux Server 172.16.10.100] The device was requesting: authenticated mount request from 172.16.50.100:709 ...


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After having the same problem, I've switched on "Access for less secure apps" which solved the problem. https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps?pli=1 I had the same error with Larch.


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Just install the one package you need: hpssacli or the older hpacucli. There shouldn't be a dependency on anything else. You definitely can't get hp-health running on the hardware you have. It's not meant for that equipment.


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search Application manager in menu search "Terminal" and install it in menu is terminal


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Well I found out part of the answer. It's not a problem with networking. I used a packet sniffer to find out that the redirect issued from apache contains the address "localhost/magento", so my web browser dutifully queried my own Windows machine which returned the IIS error page, not the VM's Host's IIS. One mystery solved. Following the lead of @RVT I ...


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Press Ctrl + Alt + F2, this will bring you to a terminal screen. From there you can apt-get your preferred terminal. I recommend terminator. To leave press Ctrl + Alt + F7.


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Check the upstart job pre-start section content in /etc/init/php5-fpm.conf.


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I suspect it's because the A record in DNS for www.media-rewards.com doesn't point to 52.0.245.209, but rather 54.76.29.199. # dig www.media-rewards.com ; <<>> DiG 9.3.6-P1-RedHat-9.3.6-20.P1.el5_8.6 <<>> www.media-rewards.com ;; global options: printcmd ;; Got answer: ;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: ...


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I do not know how you run the program as non-root, bu when you use sudo, you may use -E (see: man sudo) that should preserve env. Otherwise you may add those variables into system-wide .bashrc (/etc/bash.bashrc) if you use bash at all.


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I had the same error when trying this on my Raspberry Pi 2. First I found that starting the OpenVPN with this command returns some useful information. sudo /usr/sbin/openvpn --config /etc/openvpn/mullvad_linux.conf This made it clear I needed to update the config file with the correct path for the other ca.cert, mullvad.crt, mullvad.key, crl.pem by ...


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Don't create the file yourself. Let upstart manage this so it will log both stdout and stderr to /var/log/upstart/<service>.log : console log exec java -jar server.jar If you need to change the directory path you can use --logdir <directory>.


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mount -o remount,rw /mountpoint


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It looks like whoever runs the ppa removed it so there is nothing you can really do to get it working. What I generally do if I need set versions is create my own apt repository. usually put it on s3 and just upload debs of what I need installed. If that isn't an option what you can do is just take his ppa for the correct version and build your own. This ...


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Maybe you are mistaking between hostname, domain name and fqdn. Let's say that hostname for host 192.168.1.166 is myhost Your domain name is testdomain.local Fqdn would be myhost.testdomain.local Modify your Windows hosts file like this : 192.168.1.166 myhost.testdomain.local or 192.168.1.166 whatever.testdomain.local Then ...


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I know it's been a while, but this usually has to do with SELinux. Try setting it to permissive and it'll probably work fine.


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Do you use $PrivDropToGroup or $PrivDropToGroupID in the config file? Does this group have write access to users' terminals (by default that will be group tty)? Note that that (based on my reading of http://www.rsyslog.com/doc/droppriv.html) if either of these is specified any secondary groups are dropped. Are the users' terminals writable by this group? Do ...


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What appears to be happening is that either your router is not getting the MAC address of your machine's NIC, or your NIC is not getting the MAC address of the router. To verify this, you might want to dump the mac table on both. In Linux you can do arp -an to verify. The next question is why, and why does it work at all (i.e. why are local IPs pingable). I ...


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tldr; Software Source -> Download From -> Other -> Choose Best Server I had this problem with an ubuntu install. To debug the problem I edited /etc/apt/apt.conf and added Acquire::http::Timeout "3"; which gives a really short timeout and makes it much more obvious what the problem is. apt-get update then showed a lot of 404's from ...


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Looking over your configuration and the mail.log, it appears that you are trying to send E-mail from this server to ehbaron@optonline.net and optonline is rejecting your attempt for some reason. In the log, I see "helo=< Ebear>" which I would think should be "helo=< ebear.us>" You may want to take a packet capture with tcpdump to see what is actually ...


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Your Postfix config specifies localhost (127.0.0.1) in mynetworks, which is then permitted in smtpd_relay_restrictions. This is why SquirrelMail can relay: it's sending from localhost. Since you have also specified permit_sasl_authenticated in the relay restrictions, it would appear that Outlook is not authenticating with SASL (SMTP Auth).


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This fixed my issue, from Kongen! at linuxquestions.org ... In webmin under Networking -> Bandwidth Monitoring click "Turn Off Monitoring" It removes "the kern.=debug -/var/log/bandwidth" from syslog.conf It's a good idea if your are using the system as fileserver. Not only will /var/log/bandwidth fill up your disk but syslogd and klogd will use a lot of ...



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