installing subversion on CentOS 5.5 using following command: [root@lucifer ~]# yum install mod_dav_svn subversion does dont connect to a mirror with following error, "Temporary failure in name resolution"
i have downloaded the pidgin.repo file from the web and copied in /etc/yum.repos.d. and i simply start the yum-updatesd service. When i fire the command yum install pidgin, it gives some name resolution problem. i am accessing net through proxy server.RHEL 5 is my distro. This is what the error msg i am getting.
naman@naman-laptop:~$ traceroute google.co.in google.co.in: Name or service not known Cannot handle "host" cmdline arg `google.co.in' on position 1 (argc 1)
Then I tracked the IP address of google.com on [URL] and tried
naman@naman-laptop:~$ traceroute 184.108.40.206 traceroute to 220.127.116.11 (18.104.22.168), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets connect: Network is unreachable
I have to use my college proxy server to connect to the Internet. When I traceroute to a host within the LAN there is no problem. What should I do to be able to traceroute to a host outside my local network?
I am experimenting with installing a bare minimum, network capable installation of Debian Squeeze. Right now, I am having trouble getting proper host name resolution. I have provided the output of ping (which is able to resolve names), wget (which is unable to resolve names), and the contents of the files I believe to be relevant to the problem. When I installed Debian, I installed *only* the SSH Server from the list of available configurations. Since then, I have installed mdns4, dnsmasq, mdns-scan, and libnss-mdns to get name resolution to work with no success so far. All packages were installed with no recommends -- aptitude -R package name. What am I missing to get host name resolution working?
i just installed qmt.iso from site qmailtoaster.i can create domain on admin-toaster and add new account at domain.i have problem when i'm testing send email,there warning :"451 DNS temporary failure (#4.5.1 - chkuser)".
I'm trying to use traceroute to view hop count between my machine and a specified external host but no matter what I give to it, it provides me the same output:
What am I doing wrong? Should I be disabling DNS caching? Is there a property I haven't set correctly? Just a small FYI, but I dual boot this computer with Win7 and it's tracert works fine. UPDATE: I also ran the command from a different network and it worked fine. I'm assuming I need a port forward then?
I configured POSTFIX with DOVECOT, LDAP & Squirrel mail on RHEL 5.5. Iam able to login using LDAP authentication. Now i want to deliver mails locally using LDAP. I configured to query LDAP using transport lookup table (ie.transport_maps=ldap:ldaptransport). it shows the following errors:
warning:dict_ldap_lookup:ldaptransport : search base not found-no such object.. Temporary lookup failure. ldaptransport Configuration: server_host=hostname of server
(But same search_base is configure in Dovecot, it is authenticating) I have searched in net, they are telling that some ASCII encoding problem in postfix to LDAP.
I just changed the desktop on my thinkpad from awesome to i3. And now I have some very strange issues with the screen resolution. Because at home I use this x60 thinkpad on a dockingstation and a 19" display. As long as I used Awesome as my Desktop, the display manager as well as the desktop itself could handle the different screen resolution depending on if I'm out with just my 12" on my thinkpad or with the much bigger screen on my home 19" display.
I can understand that i3 maybe cannot handle this alone and I need xrandx to enforce the screen resolution. But why is the display manager (lightdm) also affected by this change? What is so different that even the DM cannot find the proper screen resolution?
We have Linux server in our environment for application development. In this server we mounted so many NFS share from Storage. Past few days we receive this error in syslog kernel: nfs_statfs64: statfs error = 116 Some user fased this error "Stale NFS file handle"
Server info OS= RedHat Kernel = Linux hostname 2.4.21-47.ELsmp #1 SMP Wed Jul 5 20:38:41 EDT 2006 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
openSUSE 11.2 (i586) VERSION = 11.2 on an IBM x3250
Problem is that after the screen comes up to chose the default version or failsafe, my monitor shows no input. If I delete the VGA 0x031 (i think that's the number) on the Options line in the screen where you chose the version, I get my command line interface.
I've been trying a bunch of different solutions to getthis fixed. Let me give you the details: I'm currently on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. I have a Geforce FX 5200 graphics card and I have the nvidia proprietary drivers installed (version 96, I tried 173 as well but there's doesn't seem to be a difference).
My monitors native resolution is 1680x1050 but since my graphics card cannot handle that resolution I use 1280x1024. I've had this resolution working before on Ubuntu as well as Windows with the same graphics card. My problem is that in nvidia-control, the list of resolutions does not include 1280x1024, and the closest to that is 1280x900 which is not supported by my monitor. So the only tolerable resolution I can get is 1024x768.. if you've used this resolution then you know that it is not tolerable for long. So I tried to force the resolution by using xorg.conf.. Here it is:
For some reason this isn't forcing 1280x1024.. I'm still in 1024x768 and it still doesn't list it in nvidia-control.. What's weird is that on the previous release (Jaunty or Hardy) this xorg.conf worked fined and got me my 1280x1024.
I get this error which means I cant visit websites. I cant rm, cp, mv, vi, ... this file. How do I regain the ability to browse the internet? Is there a way I can create a /etc/resolv.conf2 and have my system use that instead?
It is saying to make sure there is enough room in the tmp folder, so I cleaned out the entire tmp folder but the same error is still happening. Is there a way to make the tmp folder bigger? Or perhaps extract the temporary files to a different folder? Or maybe the size if the tmp folder is not even the problem?
I would like to secure my dhcp server against mac spoofing. I have two nics:eth0 -10.10.10.1/24 LANeth1 - WAN (dynamic from dhcp)I have setup /etc/etheresSERWER.MYDOMAIN.PL 00:01:02:03:04:05comp1 00:1f:d0:27:d1:beetc.
1. I am unsure if any system changes have occured. I am sure I must have changed something, but apparently did not document it. 2. Printer does work from other computers 3 Computer was originally wireless connected, but switched to USB. This had no affect. Well I can scan now so great. 4, Printer is HP 6500a. 5. Printer has worked from this computer before 6 This is from cups error log:
D [05/Jan/2015:11:47:48 -0500] [Job 147] Set job-printer-state-message to "Can't copy stdin to temporary file", current level=ERROR D [05/Jan/2015:11:47:48 -0500] [Job 147] prnt/hpcups/HPCupsFilter.cpp 536: cupsRasterOpen failed, fd = 0
i have been running Ubuntu for about 3 days now, finally getting all my files moved back to the drive and what have you.I came from running windows, and an Android phone with full su access, and done up all custom-like..I am loving the speed, etc. great experience so far. BUT: the headphone port on my laptop is broken, and so I run [ran] and external soundcard, a Creative X-fi 5.1 USB SC. I have found linux drivers for this unit, and am trying to install. I have googled the crap out of how to do this, yet am getting stuck.
Here is where I'm getting stuck. I have extracted the package, entered into the sub folder, and am trying to run the Make install:
...laptop:/tmp/xfi-0.0.0.0$ cd ./xfi ...laptop:/tmp/xfi-0.0.0.0/xfi$ su -c "make install" Password: su: Authentication failure ...laptop:/tmp/xfi-0.0.0.0/xfi$
what in heck do i type at password... have I NOT done something, am I doing something wrong.... it does not accept my normal password, so I am lost.
I am a new learner. I need a simple scripts that compute the average ping time for hosts, and the average number of hosts that respond to pings during a traceroute. I have finished the ping part but I confused how to start the traceroute part
Code: #!/bin/bash #!/bin/sh txt=$* count=0; for host in $txt; do echo $host
I just installed Fedora core 11 and am trying to get httpd to start, but it gives me a [failed] message. When I run it with -e DEBUG, I get an error message like: "failure in name resolution, unable to find IPv4 address of 'uaserver'" In the httpd.conf I have my hostName set to localhost.
I am runing debian-5 (lenny), the default kernel 2.6.26 was unable to start the x so i installed the new kernel linux-image-2.6.32-5-686_2.6.32-28_i386.deb, now x works, but there is problem building modules for the intel soft modem linux driver hsfmodem-7.60.00.00oem which is supplied in the modem cd by the intel company.
I installed these kernel packages for this purpose: linux-base_2.6.32-28_all.deb linux-image-2.6.32-5-686_2.6.32-28_i386.deb linux-headers-2.6.32-5-486_2.6.32-28_i386.deb
in all these cases hsfconfig failed with the above error,
I am using fedora 14..i wanna create webservice in fedora 14...i am able to create sevice in server machine...but the client not able to get service from the server.it shows an error an i/o error has occured.no route to host.....we checked the ip address and port...i am able to ping the server...its connecting ...but it shows this error...?
Is there any way to resolve the hostnames of windows machines from linux systems.My environment is 80% windows and 20% linux.Domain controller,DNS,DHCP servers are on windows 2003. In linux systems,we just create local user account based on the user account created in domain controller,and give the dns servers ip address in the network settings.Authentication of users will be done locally. how to join these linux systems to windows domain so that authentication should be done by domain controller as well as host name resolution of windows systems and linux systems..
Many of mails sent from my mail server that are in Queue;The main reason is deffered by domains like yahoo,aol,etc.but there is one more error that i keep getting and that is Host Unknown,Below is an example from mail log,The catch is,test mail sent on the same email id sent from my personal mail from the same server i.e. url was deliveredHowever,another mail containing client information sent from customercare@mycompanysdomain ended up in queue.
There are more examples of the same,around 20 domain have the same problem.
I was having a problem with the keyring asking me for a password after I changed my user password. I googled it and found that since the password changed, I will get asked for the keyring password until I delete ~/.gnome2/keyrings/login.keyring. What happened was that I wasn't paying attention that you had to generate a new keyring password before rebooting.
Now, whenever I try to login via gdm, I get this message: error initiating conversation with authentication system - general failure
How do I get it working again? I can still login from the terminal.
Last night I used Nautilus to FTP a couple of files to my web-site, it worked fine and I created a bookmark for it. Today, with no changes to my system, it refuses to do it showing the error message in the title of the post. I thought that maybe my bookmark was corrupted so I tried File>Connect to Server using FTP with login. Just after entering my password I get the error message. I'm using Maverick. My Internet connection is working well. What the heck is going on?