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Jul
18
comment LXDE Desktop shortcuts layout configuration files
Thanks for the +1; I would prefer any kind of remark/help/hint/tip :/
May
21
comment Why arp cache is stored in both machine and switch?
Thanks for the guy who voted negatively on my answer, if an explanation could have been given, he wouldn't look like such a jackass. And thanks kasperd for editing my post and correcting my orthography, this is so useful and necessary; You might earn the editor badge for this one, so proud would be your Mum; Don't forget to tell her about it.
May
20
comment iptables blocks ip address even though it is specified to allow it. Why?
Whouaou that's an edition, Andrew Schulman! You're such a life saver!
May
19
comment apache forward REMOTE_USER to X-Forwarded-User
Cameron Kerr, thanks for your help; what I want to do is forward the REMOTE_USER variable IF this one is getting set by apache (when apache authentication succeeds). As the application will redirect anyway for authentication if transmitted variable is empty, this is not necessary. Same result occurs when changing X-Forwarded-User with HTTP_REMOTE_USER
May
19
comment apache forward REMOTE_USER to X-Forwarded-User
I'm afraid this doesn't work neither; the authentication is still correctly provided, but the variable is not sent to the backend server. I don't know if there is an other way to see it without using a network sniffer such as tcpdump; But in tcpdump trace, I see X-forwarded-For for instance but not the X-Forwarded-User I set Thanks for your reply anyway
May
6
comment uwsgi complains about python application not found
I have upgraded my uwsgi to version 2.0.4; I have edited the question to reflect my progress and how it crashes now. Thanks for any tip or advice you could make.
May
5
comment uwsgi complains about python application not found
Many thanks! I will try all that tomorrow and keep you in touch with it
Apr
29
comment gitlab ssh access connection refused
You were totally right, but I couldn't retrieve the answer from it, I was convinced the issue would come from a network trouble; It was indeed a network issue, but caused by a wrong configuration.
Apr
29
comment 3 SSL Domains but fetches only SSL of First Domain
apache provides natively SNI; hence MichelZ is totally right asking for your httpd.conf file
Apr
28
comment gitlab ssh access connection refused
Thanks for your answer which resolves the issue I was having. Running the rake task according to my gitlab version (sudo -u git -H bundle exec rake gitlab:check RAILS_ENV=production) shows that there was a trouble with my host which is named differently from inside or outside my network. I remapped it to always point to my internal hostname (/etc/hosts) and it worked :)
Apr
28
comment gitlab ssh access connection refused
Thanks for your answer; however SSH port is open, its banner shows up and ssh-server fingerprints get displayed; sciurus advice helped me understand that the different names associated to the server (from inside or outside the network) was causing the trouble. I have launched sudo -u git -H bundle exec rake gitlab:check RAILS_ENV=production which showed the error.
Apr
27
comment gitlab ssh access connection refused
Thanks for your help; I have tried launching git config http.postBuffer 524288000; with same result :/
Apr
27
comment gitlab ssh access connection refused
Many thanks for your answer, I posted the pastbin link of the output of ssh -v git@gitlab as an edit of my post
Apr
26
comment SSH “Server refused our key” for all users except root user
If root user gets his/her key accepted, there is no reason for user xxx to be rejected. Key must be in /home/xxx/.ssh/authorized_keys, and user should be able to read this file. (owner user:user for both .ssh and authorized_keys, rights 700 for .ssh and 600 for authorized_keys). You may then want to check ssh server log file (usually /var/log/auth.log or /var/log/secure) and increase its verbosity by changing LogLevel INFO to DEBUG).
Dec
30
comment LXC networking with public IP
what does on host command brctl show shows?
Nov
6
comment I can't connect to mysql on a remote server
Craps! If telnet does not get any prompt, SSH won't either. The only thing we can infer from SSH connection succeeds on port 22 and telnet fails on port 3306 is that there is no routing problem. To check the service, on the server itself, one has to try mysql -H localhost -u $user -p. If mysql client is working locally, the service is working.
Nov
4
comment Assigning IPs to OpenVZ containers
It depends on if you prefer routing your traffic (traffic goes through HN and is then routed by it) or if you prefer bridging it, (traffic goes directly at layer 3 on containers). As HN and container seem to share same subnet, I would advise creating a bridge; you can find documentation here: openvz.org/VEs_and_HNs_in_same_subnets. Note that venet interfaces will be removed (they do not support bridge). Hope it helps :)
Nov
4
comment Assigning IPs to OpenVZ containers
Maybe your host is configured to bridge your internal virtual network? What does the command brctl show returns on host? If you can't have access from the outside to your VM, do you still have access from your VM to the outside? Do you have any particular configuration? (Host itself virtualized?)
Sep
30
comment No internet on VIrtual Machines and external (physical) network is unreachable from VM's
You need to use VMware vSphere Client on Windows as VMware Workstation allows you only to edit VMs parameters and not hosts parameters.
Sep
28
comment No internet on VIrtual Machines and external (physical) network is unreachable from VM's
I have answered your comment in my initial post