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    You are referring to a process called...

    You are referring to a process called asynchronous backups. Theoretically if you use the --inplace option, its supposed to handle block-level copying.

    Otherwise, there are some enterprise-level...
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    What about this: 12.04 - How to mount hard drive...

    What about this: 12.04 - How to mount hard drive - Ask Ubuntu
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    Basically that's about it. You may want to put...

    Basically that's about it. You may want to put an exit code at the end of the script. Sometimes they can hang if its not there. So in your case your script might look like:


    /usr/sbin/brctl...
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    Then just take those commands, put them in a...

    Then just take those commands, put them in a script. Make sure its executable (chmod +x filename - or something to that effect).

    Or you don't want to script, drop them directly into rc.local
    ...
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    You could always just script it: #!/bin/bash...

    You could always just script it:


    #!/bin/bash
    PATH="/sbin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/sbin";
    slaveIfs="1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10";
    cmd="$1";
    [ -z "$cmd" ] && cmd="start";
    case "$cmd" in
    start)
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    Probably because the user IDs don't match up on...

    Probably because the user IDs don't match up on the other side. Try adding 'all_squash' to /etc/exports
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    check to ensure that netfs is set to enabled when...

    check to ensure that netfs is set to enabled when you boot
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    Are you certain you are an open relay? Check an...

    Are you certain you are an open relay? Check an Open Relay
  9. Depends on the system, if its package based (RPM,...

    Depends on the system, if its package based (RPM, deb), use the package manager. It could be rpm, yum, or apt-get.

    If its something like gentoo you would use emerge.

    If its freebsd, you'd have...
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    I guess it depends on who runs the script, you...

    I guess it depends on who runs the script, you can try manipulating muttrc: MuttWiki: MuttFaq/Header

    Never really used mutt, I always installed sendmail, and used something like:


    (
    echo...
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    i'd suggest running fsck against the partition in...

    i'd suggest running fsck against the partition in question. if you can unmount the partition without having to bring the system offline first, go that route.
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    here's a place to start: Linux DNS Server - How...

    here's a place to start: Linux DNS Server - How To Set Up Static or Dynamic DNS for Your Internet Servers
  13. If its a SOHO router, check under Application...

    If its a SOHO router, check under Application Mapping. This allows for a port on the outside of the router to be opened and mapped to an particular internal IP address (aka NAT).
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    Silly question: Does the destination exist? As...

    Silly question: Does the destination exist? As in the complete path exists. (/usr/local/ngix/html/apps)
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    If you are using passive FTP (i.e. not Windows...

    If you are using passive FTP (i.e. not Windows FTP service) you may also need to add RELATED to your inbound state since the server will tell the client which port to connect on. If you go stateless...
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    I doubt it, unless there is specific policy dictating such things, though I have yet to have such problems with selinux and public key authentication.

    The one sure fire way to test, it turn on...
  17. Autorized_keys is plural, so yes, multiple keys...

    Autorized_keys is plural, so yes, multiple keys can go into here.



    ssh-rsa 81873418975387-blah
    # some comment about a new key
    ssh-rsa 8973425786567106-blah
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    Obviously, your if statements passed so the file...

    Obviously, your if statements passed so the file must exist.

    But that output


    mv: cannot move `./FirstApplet.class' to `/usr/local/nginx/html/apps/FirstApplet.class': No such file or...
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    What happens when you delete the Maildir file and...

    What happens when you delete the Maildir file and try to send mail to that user?

    Or perhaps delete it, and create the Maildir directory in the home folder.
  20. On some older systems/versions of SSH,...

    On some older systems/versions of SSH, permissions were not really an issue. Most newer systems require id_rsa (private key) be 600 (rw-------), they don't want anyone but the owner having access to...
  21. you change your router/firewall that connects to...

    you change your router/firewall that connects to the internet? might be a NAT rule missing. does your web address resolve on outside DNS servers?
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    So why don't you show us your config/ACL for...

    So why don't you show us your config/ACL for this. What version of squid are you using?
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    Did you try the last item from the last post? ...

    Did you try the last item from the last post?

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/red-hat-fedora-linux/184853-squid-problem-2.html
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    The * won't work with that -F option: From the...

    The * won't work with that -F option:

    From the manpages:


    -F, --classify
    append indicator (one of */=>@|) to entries
  25. Warnings usually do not stop apache from...

    Warnings usually do not stop apache from starting, is there anything else in your logs (/var/log/httpd/error.log)
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