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    Re: Switching to CentOS

    Did just that, it all works great now.
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    Re: Switching to CentOS

    Seeing as I'm upgrading to LTS 12, I might as well just do a reinstall. I'll install Java in the /opt dir this time as well. Following your tutorial to the letter :).
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    Re: Switching to CentOS

    So let me get this clear? I've selected some option dure in the install process to encrypt something (most likely my user DIR). If I run my server in the "/opt/" directory it won't be encrypted?...
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    Switching to CentOS

    Hey, some issues regarding encryption and the JVM on Ubuntu has resulted in me deciding to switch to CentOS. I'm running Ubuntu Server 11.

    How do you recommend I make the switch, I have the...
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    [ubuntu] Hard drive management?

    I have a Ubuntu server I use as a backup server using Duplicati, the backups are run onto an external hard disk connected via USB partitioned with NTFS. The issue is that when for whatever reason the...
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    Re: SDL_net Questions

    You use NULL to tell it you are listening (a server listens).

    Binding is for sockets, it asks the OS "Oh, can I reserve port x?". In order to listen to a port you must bind it to your program.
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    [SOLVED] Re: 1and1 domain point to my server?

    Web servers can use surprisingly little bandwidth!
    It's just a matter of telling your register to point your domain name to your IP :).
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    [ubuntu] Re: Masquerading side effect

    I think those are SSL sites???
    Maybe Ubuntu has been set up to block the SSL port (443).
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    [ubuntu] Re: sudoers error & ubuntu server recovery mode

    Only possible with physical access, UNLESS you can find someone who is a member of group 113 and do it from their account (they should have SUDO access).
  10. [ubuntu] Re: I broke something, but I don't know what.

    Nothing is badly broken, your just giving Firefox a '.PHTML' file, something that it does not know how to handle, so instead it just asks you if it wishes to download it. Try downloading the file and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Make /var/www/test.php editable remotely?

    Once you have installed the SSH (server) package (as mentioned above) you could use Notepad++ with a sftp (secure file transfer protocol) addon. What it will do is create a local cache (eg mine is in...
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    [ubuntu] C++, monitoring system resources

    Does anyone know a good guide on (efficiently) accessing variables such as CPU and RAM usage in Ubuntu??
    I am using C++ and want to kind of fix this with as little extra software as possible (after...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: trouble connecting application to database server?

    Can I just point out that if this app is downloaded it would be possible for it to be reverse compiled and your db username/password to be worked out.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Shutdown button (Dell Poweredge)

    I run Windows on my school laptop which I use to control my server, as I normally can't hear my poweredge over my laptops cooling fans (running word puts windows into critical temps) I only realize...
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    [ubuntu] proFTPd won't respond to MLSD

    Hello,
    I use filezilla and the FTP_Sync for notepad++. However proftpd does not respond when either of these clients send the MLSD command!?! Does anyone know how I can fix this (apparently proFTPd...
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    [ubuntu] Re: vsFTPd Chrooting (Ubuntu Server 11)

    Ok switched to proFTPd looks a lot better :happyface:

    This thread can be locked.
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    [ubuntu] Re: vsFTPd Chrooting (Ubuntu Server 11)

    Yes I will check out ProFTPD, vsFTPd has been not so great. Being secure also means being customizable if you ask me. vsFTPd doesn't even give me decent logging powers :sadface:.

    BTW I don't think...
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    [ubuntu] Shutdown button (Dell Poweredge)

    I am running Natty (server) on a Dell Power edge T110 I normally shutdown the rest of my computers before realizing it is still running.
    Sadly the power button does not shutdown the computer and I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: vsFTPd Chrooting (Ubuntu Server 11)

    Great now we are solving y to solve x.
    I need x because I have more than one developer accessing the folder (and possibly different sets of developers accessing different sites).

    I switched to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: vsFTPd Chrooting (Ubuntu Server 11)

    I'm guessing that chroots them to their home DIRs, I am needing to chroot them to the /var/www DIR?
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    [ubuntu] vsFTPd Chrooting (Ubuntu Server 11)

    Hello,
    To start off I have a server running the latest version of Ubuntu Server (11.something I believe).

    I have installed vsFTPd on it, and I wish to chroot all users in the group 'webdev' to...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Getting drivers from Ubuntu desktop to server

    Ohk, the dongle was configured, I just had to muck around in my interfaces text file.
  23. [ubuntu] Getting drivers from Ubuntu desktop to server

    Hello,
    I have a server running Ubuntu Server (Natty), originally I ran Ubuntu Desktop (Natty) and that worked fine especially since it already had the drivers for my Netgear WG111v2 wireless dongle....
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    [ubuntu] Re: GO AWAY Dovecot!!

    Tried:
    sudo apt-get purge
    No use :(.

    srs5964 what do you mean by that please explain??
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    [ubuntu] GO AWAY Dovecot!!

    Sigh. Well until now i've been findign Ubuntu amazing programs install without hitches! Things just... Work (I come from Vista so that's very new!).

    Anyway here is my problem:
    I have been setting...
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