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May
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comment What's the proper way to reset SELinux?
it helped me, thanks!
May
14
comment Unable to get squid working on centos
check if there is any selinux (or other app security measures) issues by checking /var/log/audit. then try to access the port in the localhost. then the same subnet, etc. to do some network troubleshooting. without knowing you actual setup it is hard at this point for me to suggest more. good luck!
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May
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comment Unable to get squid working on centos
i think you can use http_port ipv4_ip:3128 to explicitly listen to ipv4
May
12
comment Unable to get squid working on centos
looks like it is listening to ipv6.
May
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answered Unable to get squid working on centos
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answered Shrinking LVM Volumes
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answered Unzip piping order
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comment Get Access to root of Linux based virtual Appliance / Machine
shut down your appliance. from another vm (can be a new vm with lived) add an existing disk, browse to the datastore of the appliance and add that vmdk. then either to reboot your new vm or issue some command to detect the new disk dynamically. since i do not know details of the os, filesystem, whether lvm is used, etc. that you have, that is the best i can do. hope that is useful.
Sep
10
comment Get information about inodes via snmp for linux
that version is supposed to have it, but you could be using a buggy version. you might want to try to update it in your distribution first if you can. in any event, even 5.4 is a bit old by now, as centos 6 already uses 5.5, and centos 7 has been out for a while.
Sep
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answered Get information about inodes via snmp for linux
Sep
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comment Get Access to root of Linux based virtual Appliance / Machine
yes, many times, though i would caution you to be very careful, as you could easily trash the fs or vmdk. you should only change what you need to change. also it is a good idea to back up the vmdk or the vm first, as always. backup is always a requirement when you modify anything as a sys admin.
Sep
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answered Get Access to root of Linux based virtual Appliance / Machine
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comment Referer is passed from HTTPS to HTTP in some cases… How?
yeah, i would think so, optional.