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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
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comment update-rc.d on Amazon Linux
Thank you so much! What if I am trying to add something that requires a command after it? Such as 'mysqld start'
Dec
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accepted update-rc.d on Amazon Linux
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asked update-rc.d on Amazon Linux
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awarded  Supporter
Jul
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accepted CouchDB setup issues. RHEL6
Jul
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comment CouchDB setup issues. RHEL6
So I just booted up a new instance and the first thing I did was install couch and change the local.ini file, no idea what the issue was on the other instance, but it works now. Thank you so much! (So much for going to bed an hour ago)
Jul
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comment CouchDB setup issues. RHEL6
I have tried changing the bind_address in the local.ini, I will check the logs in the morning
Jul
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asked CouchDB setup issues. RHEL6
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
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accepted Just started up a fresh Amazon RHEL instance running httpd, why is it not accessible by public DNS?
Jul
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comment Just started up a fresh Amazon RHEL instance running httpd, why is it not accessible by public DNS?
Just fixed it, Red Hat's firewall was blocking the connection, the iptables were fine when I checked though, which was strange. But everything works now. Thanks a ton for your help!
Jul
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comment Just started up a fresh Amazon RHEL instance running httpd, why is it not accessible by public DNS?
I am getting a "could not connect to host" error. So it is obviously there, but for some reason not accessible
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awarded  Editor
Jul
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revised Just started up a fresh Amazon RHEL instance running httpd, why is it not accessible by public DNS?
forgot to mention security group
Jul
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comment Just started up a fresh Amazon RHEL instance running httpd, why is it not accessible by public DNS?
Already covered, good call though, forgot to mention that in my question.