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Nov 18, 2015

I have some problems with my SSH tunnel. I`ll use this command:

ssh -N -F /etc/ssh/sshtunnel_conf -i /path/to/cert -p 443 -D 8081

But after a while i`ll see this message if i run ssh with -vvv debug2: channel 4: chan_shutdown_write: shutdown() failed for fd 9: Transport endpoint is not connected

After this message i can do nothing anymore i have to restart the ssh session on the server side i used: openssh-server 1:6.7p1-5 + Fail2Ban 0.8.13-1 (jessie) on the client side: openssh-client 1:6.9p1-2+b1 (stretch).I cannot find anything on the internet.

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Fedora Hardware :: "Error Creating Mount Point: Transport Endpoint Is Not Connected"

Jun 18, 2011

when i am trying to plug in my usb flash (16 GB kingstone) the fedora 15 give me the following error

"Error creating mount point: Transport endpoint is not connected" i don't know the reason for that

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Jun 16, 2010

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Bypassing squid proxy enables me to open the transmission web interface. Also from a WinXP machine the transmission web interface is accessible.Besides the squid error (above), SELinux alert appears too: Can someone help me with this?I'm not sure if the problem is in squid or SELinux configuration.

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Feb 13, 2011

Sometime, I got the error messages as I mentioned in the subject:


Feb 14 07:46:48 x proftpd[27487]: x - Fatal: unable to open incoming connection: Transport endpoint is not connected

I'm sure there are some clients connect to server at that time. What does this mean exactly? Why did it happen? Below is my configuration file:


ServerName"ProFTPD server"
ServerIdenton "FTP Server ready."


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Jun 30, 2010

Blueman created some stuff in my home directory which are undeletable.


~/obexfs $ ls -l
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Feb 10, 2011

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Apr 3, 2010

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Mar 28, 2011

I recently installed the pptpd server on my system and set it up according to these instructions:HTML Code[URL]t=132029However after setting everything up on attempting to connect to it from a windows machine (windows 7 home premium to be specific) it gives me two errors which are 720 and 800...It reaches "registering your computer on the network" fine and then gives 720 on the first attempt to connect and then 800 on the second attempt to connect...and then on the third 720 and 4th 800 and so on..My system running the server's I.P is system running the windows OS trying to connects I.P is:

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This one has been driving me nuts for some days now:My Gentoo box which is acting as an internet gateway has two point-to-point interfaces, ppp0 (PPPoE to my ISP) and ppp1 (PPTP VPN link to IPREDator). Packets from my local network are just routed through ppp0 and now the fun part starts: I want to MARK (netfilter...) all packets originating from one specific user on that box in order to use another routing table that will contain a default route via the ppp1 interface.Marking seems to work fine as does the second routing table. But quite mysteriously (at least for me), the packets sent out on ppp1 contain the wrong source IP address, namely the address associated with ppp0.So here is what ifconfig and friends tell me:Network interfaces:

# ifconfig ppp0
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Aug 19, 2009

I have a production box I am trying to get CA's XCOM transport utility running on. I have been able to successfully transmitt a file but on a receive I get the following error.

"XCOMU0505E Received a signal from TCP/IP"

and in the debug I get the following:

E - catotxpi.c(1623): TxpiReceive: Receive.
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E - catotcp.c(704): No timeout; select omitted for socket 5.


I do have a ticket open with CA and they are doing there best to assist me, but this is not a supported version, they only support RedHat distros. They want to know what the equivilant RedHat kernel is to my CentOS install. I guess my biggest question is: Anyone out there running XCOM on CentOS? I searched and searched and can't find anyone else running XCOM like this. It's hard to believe I'm the only one out there trying to do this.

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Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/twisted/internet/", line 1165, in run


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Jun 3, 2010

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The only thing I changed is the related BIOS settings (enabling IDE controller and setting the dvdwriter to primary master).The related fstab entry didn't changed of course. (Actually, fstab didn't changed at all)./dev/scd0/media/cdrom0udf,iso9660user,noauto00

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Jul 7, 2010

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Jun 1, 2010

My wireless is 'almost' working, but frustratingly not quite there. Debian Testing (squeeze). I have two different wireless adapters. Both work flawlessly from an ubuntu live CD in the same machine, connecting to the same unencrypted access point so the problem is not faulty hardware, weak signal, overpowering signal, interference from other AP's, MAC filtering, or anything to do with WPA.

I have loaded the correct (I think) firmware packages for both adapters. dmesg is not complaining about missing or incompatible firmware. I have googled the various error messages reported in dmesg and found that the /etc/Wireless/RT2860STA/RT2860STA.dat missing config file is normal. I could not find anything that I understood concerning the BSS returned, data->length messages but since I see the same thing in Ubuntu (where the wireless is working flawlessly) I assume they are also normal and not related to the problem.

Both adapters can see all the available access points (using iwlist {iface} scan or using gui tools such as wicd, wifi-radar) NEITHER adapter will associate with any access point (and I've tried three different unencrypted AP's so far). I can connect to all/any of these AP's from an ubuntu live CD using the exact same hardware, so this is NOTHING to do with MAC filtering, etc... using 'iwconfig {iface} essid' as root to set the essid "appears" to work, but simple does not set the ESSID on either wireless adapter.

Using the GUI tools (which are only a front end for the command line tools so I have no idea why everyone thinks a GUI front end like wicd will magically work where the command line tools don't!!) I simply wait a long time for "getting network address" before it eventually fails. LOTS of information in pastebin, please make the effort to read it before asking me for things I have already supplied. And please keep any "RTFM noob" or "go back to ubuntu" replies to yourself. I HAVE read the f*cking documentation and I do not want to go back to ubuntu. I just want to get my wireless working in debian.

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