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comment adding RHEL to existent Windows installation
Are you sure you're doing professional IT? This doesn't make any sense. Explain the business problem that you are trying to solve.
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comment adding RHEL to existent Windows installation
What on earth are you trying to do?
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answered Do cellular network adapters (3G/4G/LTE) have MAC addresses?
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comment correct way to buy RHEL for HP DL360p Gen8?
That's a whole separate question.
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comment correct way to buy RHEL for HP DL360p Gen8?
Those are different support levels, which is why the price is different.
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comment iptables - ignoring -i
Use the -v option when listing your firewall rules.
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comment Percona connectivity issue, user cannot connect?
Check your configuration first.
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comment What questions would you ask when taking over a LAMP server?
First you need a system administrator. Don't try to hand this off to a developer.
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comment Fastcgi request record is too big
@Kao Time for a new version of the API. Trying to send 4MB of data in a GET request is unwise for a variety of reasons.
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comment How to mask(alter) the apache version info
That is not how you remediate this compliance issue. See How to maintain PCI compliance on a LAMP server when repositories don't keep up with versions
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comment SES time sync error
@dfc OK, then post your own solution.
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comment SES time sync error
@dfc Because it's plainly Ubuntu but I can't determine precisely how ancient it is.
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comment AWS: how to log into management console in browser via *username*/password, NOT via *email*/password?
What did Amazon tell you when you contacted them?
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comment Do CentOS 4 yum Repositories Exist Anywhere
"Not supported" does not mean that it doesn't work. It means that Red Hat won't offer vendor support for such an upgraded system. We've discussed this here on SF before.
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comment Troubleshooting GoDaddy's domain forwarding
What is the domain name?
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reviewed No Action Needed Automatically check for Security Updates on CentOS or Scientific Linux?
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reviewed Leave Open Apache Alias directive not working
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comment Postfix+dovecot+pgsql: Relay access denied
It certainly looks like you forgot to log in.
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comment Do CentOS 4 yum Repositories Exist Anywhere
You can upgrade to CentOS 7 remotely without console access, but 5 and 6 did not support this. You might also have a server with IPMI or a related technology which gives you remote access to the console, which you could also use to avoid having to deal with Atlanta traffic. :)
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comment Do CentOS 4 yum Repositories Exist Anywhere
Most likely. Though the process is basically just boot from the installation media and follow along.