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revised Serving static sites from S3 with nginx
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answered What are the files list-l and list-c in Ubuntu after fsck on boot
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comment What are the files list-l and list-c in Ubuntu after fsck on boot
Does grep list-l /etc/init/* /etc/init.d/* return anything? I can't find anything definitive about this online, but you're not the only person to have reported this kind of behavior.
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answered Send input to all screen windows
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comment Help Installing Perl Module XML::Parser using CPAN
Odd. Possibly you need to update /root/.cpan/build/XML-Parser-2.40/Makefile as well. Failing that, I suppose you could run mkdir -p /root/.cpan/build/XML-Parser-2.40/Expat/ExtUtils; ln -s /usr/share/perl5/ExtUtils/xsubpp /root/.cpan/build/XML-Parser-2.40/Expat/ExtUtils, but then it's really a hack.
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comment Help Installing Perl Module XML::Parser using CPAN
Did you modify /root/.cpan/build/XML-Parser-2.40/Expat/Makefile?
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comment Help Installing Perl Module XML::Parser using CPAN
You should then be able to change the value of XSUBPPDIR to /usr/share/perl5/ExtUtils, change directory to /root/.cpan/build/XML-Parser-2.40, and run make; make test (and, if all tests pass, make install). However, there is something more generally wrong if MakeMaker is failing to find the right value for XSUBPPDIR.
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answered Kill an SGE job “already in deletion”, as user
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comment Help Installing Perl Module XML::Parser using CPAN
In /root/.cpan/build/XML-Parser-2.40/Expat/Makefile, what is the value of XSUBPPDIR? Can you find xsubpp anywhere in your filesystem? I might expect it in /usr/bin or /usr/lib/perl5/5.10.1/ExtUtils/xsubpp.
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answered Help Installing Perl Module XML::Parser using CPAN
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answered Can anyone see why dropbox won't execute in a text only install on ubuntu server using a system user account?
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comment virtfs is too big!
FYI, du does not take into account hard links and bind mounts when calculating disk usage of a directory. So, while the total size of files inside /home/virtfs may sum to over 10GB, if you were to unmount /home/virtfs, I don't believe you'd see any less disk usage via df.
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answered DNS problems when connecting via VPN
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comment ssh client problem: Connection reset by peer
What is the output of iptables -L -v?
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comment (node) Hit max file limit. Increase “ulimit -n”
True. I mentioned open files because we already know at most how many network sockets the process has open; at any rate, lsof will display them all.