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comment Configuring the Tomcat Plugin of Munin
You shouldn't run munin plug-ins that way. Instead, use the provided command, as in munin-run tomcat_jvm, so you will also check that munin configuration for finding and running your plug-in is correct.
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comment How to install ia32-libs on Wheezy?
@javano, then I think you should really clarify why you need to install ia32-libs since it should not be usefull at all on Debian 7 because of the multiarch support. If you need to install an i386 Debian package, just use apt-get install packagename:i386 and it should work. If you need to install a non Debian package than, check what 32 bits library it needs, and install each of them using apt-get and appending the :i386 at the end. I saw that you cannot install libc6:i386: are you sure you did apt-get update after adding i386 architecture?
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comment How to install ia32-libs on Wheezy?
Some packages may really be on hold. What's the output of dpkg --get-selections | awk '$2!="purge" && $2!="install" && $2!="deinstall" {print}'?
May
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comment Debian 'ignores' /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/iptables
Now that you posted your interfaces I see that you are not using ifupdown, but network-manager. This is why your script is not called. Please check this document: ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1084308
May
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comment Debian 'ignores' /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/iptables
ok, so, you should probably check when your script is run. Add a first line like this (date; set; echo) >> /tmp/iptables-cmd.log, so you will see when it is called. I always also print the environment in order to check for any argument passed there. You might decide to run your iptables only after last eth* interface is up, instead of running it every time an interface is added.
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answered Debian 'ignores' /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/iptables
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revised Deploying my site on tomcat 6
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answered Deploying my site on tomcat 6
Feb
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revised Tomcat configuration for accepting connections from Safari on iPad vs an SSL connector with JSSE ciphers
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comment Tomcat configuration for accepting connections from Safari on iPad vs an SSL connector with JSSE ciphers
You are right. I just collected a complete dump when using Safari. It is available here.
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revised Tomcat configuration for accepting connections from Safari on iPad vs an SSL connector with JSSE ciphers
Update with connector details
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revised Tomcat configuration for accepting connections from Safari on iPad vs an SSL connector with JSSE ciphers
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Dec
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comment rsync without password, none of google (server fault) tutorials worked
You may specify what key to use, as explained in my comment on other answer.
Dec
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comment rsync without password, none of google (server fault) tutorials worked
You may specify options to be passed to ssh from rsync using the --rsh argument as in rsync --rsh="ssh -i keyname -o BatchMode=yes -o Compression=no" other-rsync-args