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asked How do I change the deploy directory when using Elastic Beanstalks CLI tool?
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comment Dovecot with Postfix on Ubuntu: warning: SASL: Connect to private/auth-client failed: No such file or directory
The thing is I don't see any blocks that look remotely like that in the dovecot.conf or included files. See gist.github.com/1994578
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comment Dovecot with Postfix on Ubuntu: warning: SASL: Connect to private/auth-client failed: No such file or directory
Right, but as I mentioned I don't know which file that goes in. None of my dovecot config files look like the ones I see people refer to.
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comment Dovecot with Postfix on Ubuntu: warning: SASL: Connect to private/auth-client failed: No such file or directory
If you are going to downvote a post, please tell why.
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comment Cron, chroot, jails, and permissions
I think that's just it, is I haven't done much b/c I'm not sure where to start :) I've looked for good docs but oddly haven't found what I needed. I guess I'm looking for a general overview as to how chroot'ing works and how to go about putting this all together. ISPConfig chrooted the user on it's own, apparently.
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accepted 301 response when monit checks for file on nginx
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comment 301 response when monit checks for file on nginx
Ah, I think it's a problem in my hosts files causing a 301 on every request... working on it. Thanks!
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comment 301 response when monit checks for file on nginx
Very strange, it continues to get a 301.
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comment 301 response when monit checks for file on nginx
I can hit the page fine from a browser on another machine. But the point of the file is simply for this command to check if nginx is running. ping.txt is used for nothing else. So I am needing to make this command work: 'if failed port 80 protocol http and request '/ping.txt'' -- I'm not sure how to change the hostname in that command.
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asked Dovecot with Postfix on Ubuntu: warning: SASL: Connect to private/auth-client failed: No such file or directory
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accepted ISPconfig and running cron jobs as root
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comment 301 response when monit checks for file on nginx
I'm able to browser to it using a domain hosted by the server. I don't have a browser on the server so not sure how exactly to check it on the server.