I am configuring apche on rhel5, I got default page successfully, and virtual page too, when I keep only one file index.html in virtual folder it goes well, that file opens correctly, but when I keep other html files except index.html server shows default page again.
I have to deploy Linux server(apache, php , Mysql) for production environment. whether I should go for RHEL5 or CENTOS5 and why.... Also if RHEL5 then Can use RHEL5 without license if I dont want support from Red Hat.
I am studying RHEL myself, not clear with following topics How to configure DNS slave server in RHEL 5 Whether named.rfc1912.zones file entry can be included in named.conf itslef,if not What is following entry means inside named.conf file
Also, I would like users to authenticate against using LDAP rather having created manually in the NX server. I installed using yum install freenx nx and rename the node.conf.sample to node.conf and installed the windows client. but when I am trying to conenct the nx server it says it is connected but it gives me NX> 202 Authenticating user: nxNX> 208 Using auth method: publickeyNX> 204 Authentication failed.I have change this nx user in sshd_config file to user that i created using nx server command which exists in local machine.
I have been trying to get procmail working on CentOS 5.2. I don't need anything fancy, just an auto reply for a "noreply@" account. Looking at the sendmail configuration, it appears procmail is the MDA. I have looked at many different tutorials and how-tos, but most are old, and/or the locations/paths and setups are markedly different from the defaults on my system. Can anyone recommend a good CentOS-based tutorial on Procmail w/ recipes? (I have an RHEL book and it's no help either.) Thank you for your time and consideration.
I'm configuring a new public mail server running Centos 5.5 and Sendmail 8.13.8. I would like that the sendmail configuration is correct. The server will handle many domains using Virtualmin. Everyone can send mail only if authenticated, which I already tested.
How can I upload configuration file? I receive an error if try to upload a zip file.
CentOS 5.5 + Apache 2.2(httpd.conf) + SSL confiuguration(ssl.conf) gives following error in FireFox.Secure connection failed.An error occured during a connection to localhost.SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum possible length.Errorcode:s_error_rx_record_too_longThe page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
I plan to reinstall linux (CentOS 5.2 = RHEL5) in my laptop because of insufficient diskspace partition in /. Only allocate 8.8G for /root and the rest to /app/Current my kernel version is 2.6.28, which are latest than the CentOS release which is 2.6.18, I think. Someone compile the kernel for me because he said my laptop network card is not recognized in the 2.6.18 released. I am not sure how he did it. I am a bit worried because if I reinstall again, I will face the same problem that my network card is not recognized!.
I am using the "harddrive" option in a kickstart config to have it pick up isolinux files from a USB flash drive. I have been able to get it work by specifying the device name directly, but if I specify a LABEL or UUID, it does not work.Here is what my ks.cfg looks like.
Code: install text harddrive --partition=LABEL="/install" --dir=/ lang en_US.UTF-8
It almost seems like the version of Anaconda in Centos5.4 does not support specifying UUID or LABELs, but I have not been able to confirm that from the Release notes.Appreciate any tips/references/documentation.
today i encountered centos 5.5 final server with a squid configured to block facebook from 9am to 4pm. i have tried to follow up the steps but am stack where time restriction is done and there is no proxy configuration done in the browser. the ip address of the server is being used as the default gateway.
I have a fresh installation of CentOS 5 I'm using for a server, and I'm having issues with port configuration. I have iptables running, and it started with no /etc/sysconfig/iptables file. I added a few basic rules (port 53, port 10000 for webmin), saved the file, and restarted the service. I tried connecting to webmin, scanned ports, and traffic was blocked. I set iptables to allow all traffic and restarted the service, and it still showed basically every port as being blocked. It seems port 80 and port 22 work for some reason, even when I tell iptables to block all ports.
I'm not sure what's going on here. Iptables is reading the /etc/sysconfig/iptables file, and if I use lynx localhost:someport it responds as it should according to the file. However, if I try connecting by IP, it's like there's some other firewall or something running that does whatever it's configured to do.....
I'm having an issue with an e-mail server (with an IP of 10.10.0.1) which is behind NAT (Cisco ASA) which in turn of course has it's own external IP (let's say - IP 10.10.0.100). Both IPs are public.Now, if i wanted to set up a correct RDNS configuration for my domain, what should be the IP address entry for the PTR record in this case?
I know this is strictly network configuration related question (not Linux, or CentOS for that matter), but I wouldn't be asking if I didn't get a few bouncing e-mails every once in a while (i.e. NDRs) with messages like: You do not have permission to send to this recipient. For assistance, contact your system administrator.
I was reading over and checking the How to section on the Wiki for Postfix TLS / SASL. I followed it completely and everything seems to be working fine however I am confused about the following section:
smtpd_tls_security_level = may smtpd_tls_key_file = /etc/pki/tls/private/mail.example.com.key smtpd_tls_cert_file = /etc/pki/tls/certs/mail.example.com.cert[code].....
I have a Centos 5.5 and we make remote connections with Xfree from Windows to the Linux Server. We start the Xsession with the option -clipboard, but it's not working. Which settings do I have to change in the server configuration that the clipboard works in the Xsession?
in my vimrc I am sourcing the following: source $VIMRUNTIME/mswin.vim At first this file was missing, so I downloaded it from: http://ftp.twaren.net/vim/runtime/mswin.vim However when I try and open gvim I get: My first thoughts of the cause are: - version of mswin.vim incorrect? - version of vim incorrect?
Quote: [09:12:05][root@host:/home]# gvim deploy.sh Error detected while processing /usr/share/vim/mswin.vim: line 46: E121: Undefined variable: paste E15: Invalid expression: paste#paste_cmd['i']
I have 2 ethernet cards but when I look at the Network configuration in "Hardware Tab" I have another acx wireless network. How to delete that because In my system Idon't have wireless card..probably installed before but want delete it now.
then windows can ping server and resolve ip address and browsing Internet but can't ping [URL]... result is Request time out. ICMP already enabled in iptables.
I am demo'ing Kubuntu 9.04 workstation to a customer. He has a CentOS 5.3 server (my doing). On it is our CUPS Network file server. Everyone (65 of them) print to our network printer through it using LPR/LPD (and sometimes Samba).
Problem: when Kubuntu's Print Configuration Tool went looking for printers, it found every network printer's IP address, but missed my CUPS printer server. What did I do wrong on one or both ends (I have control over both).
I am trying to configure a system to boot Windows XP, CentOS 4 and RHEL5. I have one hard drive that contains both Windows XP and CentOS 4, and a separate drive that contains RHEL5. Until recently, I only had one SATA cable, so I could only connect one drive at a time. Under this configuration, everything works fine. When the RHEL5 drive is connected, I can boot into it. When the Windows/CentOS drive is connected, I can dual-boot into either OS. (GRUB was configured on this drive automatically when I installed CentOS into a new partition.)
Opening the box and moving the SATA cable is a lot of trouble, so I finally got a second SATA cable and enabled both SATA0 and SATA1 in the BIOS. I currently have the Windows/Centos drive as the primary, and I can still boot into both Windows/Centos. Now, I want to add RHEL5 to menu, but I can't find the file GRUB is using to present its menu at startup.
I have configured GRUB before on other systems, but I just know the very basics, such as where the grub.conf file should be. So, I spent a whole day reading advice online and asking friends who might have experience with these issues. Here are the steps I have taken so far:
I confirmed there is no /boot/grub directory, and /etc/grub.conf is a broken soft-link to /boot/grub/grub.conf. I did a find for grub.conf, which found nothing. I did a find for menu.lst, which found one item -- an example GRUB config file in /usr/share/doc/grub-0.95. I noticed that when CentOS boots, I see the GRUB commands printed to the screen, the first of which is:
So, I did a grep -R "(hd0" * at the / directory, which also found only one item -- the example menu.lst file in /usr/share/doc/grub-0.95. I discovered that I can go to the command line grub from the grub menu and do:
The cat command returns a printout of the grub configuration the system is obviously using. I didn't create this file, but the titles are identical to what I see in the GRUB menu, the default boot is Windows, and the timeout is very short. This must be the file. It looks like:
default=2 timeout=5 splashimage=(hd0,2)/grub/splash.xpm.gz hiddenmenu title CentOS (2.6.9-89.ELsmp)
I've also tried making the RHEL5 drive the primary drive. In that case, I can modify the existing /boot/grub/grub.conf file and see my changes at the GRUB boot menu. However, I can't get Windows to boot in this configuration. I've done a lot of google searching on the topic and added map commands to make Windows think it is on the primary drive. But, I'm still unsuccessful on this front as well. I think I'm closer to solving the problem with Windows/CentOS as the primary. However, if you think I will have more success with RHEL5 as the primary drive, I can provide more details as to my current grub.conf on that drive in a later post.
I have a need for a complete software list off of an existing RHEL 5 system. I need this list to compare software installed to software on a government approved software list to ensure the compliance of this system. I was given an RPM Dump, listing all the 2000+ packages on the system... This does not translate to the Government Approved software list that I have to compare to. I do not have access to this system myself, so what ever method is prescribed for extracting the list I will have to pass along. What I need is either:
1) A way to convert an RPM Package dump to actual software names and versions, etc.
2) A method to extract a complete list of software (titles/versions/etc) from an instance of RHEL5.
Example: Instead of knowing that "pango-devel-1.14.9-6.el5" exists on the system I need to know that "Pango v3.0.x" is installed on the system. Many packages do not relate on a one to one basis with a specific piece of software via inter-dependencies etc. (not to mention the version of the software, not the version of the package/library). The Pango example is not the best example as you can see what software is likely the source of this package; however just because this package is installed, I cannot grantee 100% that the Pango software suite is installed, just that this package was installed...
i want to authenticate user (client) via switch to the radius server(CentOS)Can anyone tell me the authentication/authorization configuration that should be made in the switch (huawei) and the radius server(centos).Esp. the main files under /etc/raddb/ in the Server& the configuration to be made under the radius server template "test"( as of my case)...
If you hadn't guessed it from my last 3000(ish) java-related posts, I'm a Java n00b writing a Java Applet for a work project. I got to the part was I was about to write the applet code that would send HTTP requests to my CGI scripts. But I read some paragraphs in a book praising Java servlets as better that CGI because they are easier to use and give much better performance server side. My server load isn't very big, though, and I was wondering if it would be worth taking the time to learn about Java servlets and how to set up the server side configuration on my Fedora web server.
I'm developing simple transaction switch using java socket programming and running operating system RHEL5.4 . Now it is completely done and working fine. So I have written the simple shell script to run it on background.