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Nov
30
comment Install WAS 7.0 on RHEL 6
and do you have a graphical environment set up or are you using X forwarding? Does xclock or any other graphical tool work? Is there anything in the logs listed in my answer?
Nov
29
comment Install WAS 7.0 on RHEL 6
command line, silent or graphical installation? I believe the default installation is graphical.
Sep
3
comment CentOS 5.7 issues with iptables
just a tip: before chaning the firewall rules set up a job with at to restore the backup 5 or 10 minutes later before restarting iptables. That way you'll be automatically back to a working config if you lock yourself out ofr longer than that.
Jun
13
comment Simplest way to output file ages instead of filedates by ls?
Gnome's Nautilus does something similar. Perhaps you can check how it's done there?
Jun
12
comment How to attribute a users password to another in LInux
What are you trying to achieve here? Different users should have different passwords because that allows you to distinguish between them. If more than one user knows the password of a certain user you might as well use a single account.
Jun
12
comment How to attribute a users password to another in LInux
Caveat 2: whenever user A or B changes the password the paswords will not be in sync unless this procedure is repeated. I doubt the OP is looking for something to set the passwords equal just once. You might as well enter the same password twice.
Jun
11
comment operating system installation after installing addition of processor into the second socket
But even when you ahve installed a non-SMP kernel you wouldn't have to reinstall. You would have to install a new SMP-kernel to start using the additional CPU but that's still not as drastic as reinstalling the entire OS. And just to be complete: RHEL and it's derivatives allow hot-adding and removing RAM and CPU. I've seen that done on a virtual system and if the hardware supports it that should be possible to (with an SMP kernel off course).
Jun
7
comment Continue running a task with terminal disconnected?
On RHEL man disown opens BASH_BUILTINS(1) which has a bit more information.
Jun
7
comment Squid Perormance very slow
You should reread and then rewrite your question. Correct the typos and explain in more detail what does and does not work. There is way too little information for anyone to help you at this point. e.g. what do you mean by "it stop to ping client"? And what error message do you get when the proxy "stop[s] serving internet to the client". On which machine is the firewall you disabled? How does the DNS server fit in? Perhaps a small diagram of your network would help. Please update your question rather than comment on people's comments.
Jun
4
comment Red Hat server minimal install
I am facing the same situation now as well and found that on RHEL5.8 the minimal packages to run xclock with X forwarding are xorg-x11-apps and xorg-x11-xauth. This pulls in several dependencies but this shouldhopefully suffice for a remote graphical install.
Jun
3
comment Error while bringing up eth1
The error message refers to NetworkManager while the commands you use are the older plain network service commands. Are you using the NetworkManager service or the plain network service? check /sbin/chkconfig --list network and /sbin/chkconfig --list NetworkManager. Also please add what user account is used to execute these commands.
Jun
2
comment How to write protect a directory?
@Sandra: try it, and let us know it it worked or not. If you are still unable to delete the directory update your question with the getfacl and ls -dZ output.
May
29
comment Disable server access by hostname
What is it you are trying to achieve? If you don't want people to access to access your site at all simply shut down the web server. But I guess that's not what you're after. Please explain. If you want to allow access to (a part of) a website only to specific address you can use the mod_access module.
May
29
comment Top being high but not much processors are running on high cpu usage?
Before removing it you'd better check if you are using it or not. I'd suggest to check the webmin website to see if it looks familiar. It is a web based tool to manage your server. Just because it crashed doesn't mean it should be uninstalled per se.
May
23
comment LocalHost error
If you get no output it proves that no process is listening on that port. Thus MicroApache isn't running. Check whatever documentation you used to install this (perhaps post the link to it so others can verify it). Also add the output of the go.bat. Perhaps you close the command window after running it? If you run the telnet command I suggested you will most likely receive an error as well, again showing that you haven't actually started anything successfully. Another thing you should do is to check the MicroApache and DokuWiki documentation where the logfiles are written and check those.
May
23
comment LocalHost error
exactly, because the service isn't started. You will need to find out how to start the service before it will bind to port 8800. You will either have to check Windows service manager (or whatever it's called) or look for some kind of .bat file that will start the MicroApache instance.
May
22
comment logrotate daily and size?
use the verbose option to see which rules are used. From my tests I believe only the last rule is used because more specific rules can override more general rules.
May
21
comment vmstat output incompatible
Olgun: You can edit your question and add further output to it. That way you can format it. Concerning the drop in vmstat output: I believe this to be related to the startup of vmstat itself, I see this on nearly every run of vmstat and I tend to ignore the first couple of lines.
May
20
comment configure that /etc/resolv.conf won't be modified after restart
While this might prevent whatever process overwriting this file it does not really address the root of the issue. @Mat's answer seems to be the better approach.
May
18
comment Rackspace Linux Server Crashing
Do you have access to the virtual console? That might at least give you some information e.g. kernel panic messages. And it might allow you to log in if it really is just slowed down because you don't need the additional resources for a network connection.