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Developer working at Syltek Solutions


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revised Why kill makes a bash script exit
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comment Why kill makes a bash script exit
@cjc yes, much simpler, thank you.
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comment Why kill makes a bash script exit
But this worked: kill -9 pgrep -f "MailSender.exe". Thanks!
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comment Why kill makes a bash script exit
pkill doesnt work, I guess its because MailSender is an argument: /opt/mono-2.10/bin/mono /etc/sender/MailSender.exe
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comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
I looked at rpmrepo but they still have the same iptables version. Thanks anyway!
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comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Thank you guys, I have learned a lot with your comments, altough hey are totally out of my league :). @Sean: Will I lose the ability to update the kernel with yum if I recompile as you say?
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comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Running modprobe ip_conntrack returns "FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.18-028stab070.5/modules.dep: No such file or directory". Do you think that recompiling the kernel with ip_conntrack can solve it? How can I do it?
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comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
I did a complete yum update and still have the 1.3.5 version. It is the last version available from the repos. Is there another way to update it than building from source?
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comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Hi, when I run iptables-save I get the errors in the first edit of the question and yes, it is a web server.