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Apr
16
comment connect() to 127.0.0.1:5601 failed (13: Permission denied)
Yes, it was SELinux, thanks for the link!
Apr
16
revised connect() to 127.0.0.1:5601 failed (13: Permission denied)
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Apr
16
asked connect() to 127.0.0.1:5601 failed (13: Permission denied)
Mar
31
accepted Configure a transparent Elastic Load Balancer
Mar
31
asked Configure a transparent Elastic Load Balancer
Mar
27
asked Wiresharking access to AWS to debug permission problems
Feb
8
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
5
comment How do I prevent accidental rm -rf /*?
Try it and find out. It's non-destructive. If you're as paranoid as you should be, run in a VM.
Jan
15
asked Automation and full-disk encryption
Oct
22
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
19
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
9
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
6
answered EC2 & MySQL security
Aug
6
comment EC2 & MySQL security
@ceejayoz #2 must be, "Yes, use SSL. No, there's not a significant impact for connections that stay open."
Jul
23
comment Unable to install DHCP server, not enough disk space
I'm not sure how applicable this is, but did you expand the NTFS partition to fill the rest of the disk? The disk may have been expanded, but you need to expand the partition to fill it.
Jul
4
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jan
17
comment All servers flooded by salt water, is it possible to recover data from multi-platter drives?
Not sure, but it seems that this story may have made Kroll Ontrack's data recovery hall of fame...
Dec
9
comment nginx responding to unknown host names?
Unfortunately, on the embedded system that I'm using, this doesn't work and I don't have a way of getting the logs. Upvoting, but unable to verify that this works.
Dec
5
comment OpenSSH doesn't accept ECDSA keys
I suppose so. I'll contact OpenWRT about it and see what I can do. OpenSSH is provided as a package in OpenWRT, so I'm wondering why that would put me on my own.