rhev-h starting NFS service why occur under issue message?
[root@RHEV ~]# /etc/init.d/nfs start
Starting NFS services: exportfs: can't open /var/lib/nfs/rmtab for reading [OK]
Starting NFS daemon: [FAILED]
[root@RHEV ~]# tail /var/log/messages
2010-12-23T09:32:20.507146+00:00 RHEV exportfs: can't open /var/lib/nfs/rmtab for reading
2010-12-23T09:32:20.562458+00:00 RHEV modprobe: WARNING: Could not open '/lib/modules/2.6.18-194.3.1.el5/kernel/fs/exportfs/exportfs.ko': No such file or directory
2010-12-23T09:32:20.562508+00:00 RHEV modprobe: FATAL: Error inserting nfsd (/lib/modules/2.6.18-194.3.1.el5/kernel/fs/nfsd/nfsd.ko): Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
2010-12-23T09:32:20.563344+00:00 RHEV nfsd: nfssvc: No such device
My dhcpd service get failed every time when I try to start it 1) Actually I have a lan connection which has a static ip network 192.168.10.0/24 and the pc to which is using the dhcpd has a ip address 192.168.10.1/24 2) And I have a internet connection wirelessly which has a network 192.168.2.0/24 Now I want to problem ip address in the network of 192.168.10.0/24
Here below is the configuration file of dhcp server: # dhcpd.conf # # Sample configuration file for ISC dhcpd # # option definitions common to all supported networks... option domain-name "example.org"; option domain-name-servers ns1.example.org, ns2.example.org; # Use this to enble / disable dynamic dns updates globally. #ddns-update-style none; .....
I am new to Linux and I am trying to set up a mail server using postfix. I have done all the configurations(hopefully correct) and all the test seems to work except 2 things.
1) Postfix is running but when I try to restart the service it always fails. I checked the /var/log folder and there are no error messages. 2) When I try sending e-mails using outlook, outlook fails to connect to my server.
I am wondering if I have done the configurations properly. I am a little confused in regards to hostname and domain name. When I do a hostname on the terminal I see the hostname that I gave my server. When I do the domainname command however, domain is none. Is it necessary to have a domain to configure postfix? I have myhostname = my.hostname.com what should my domainname = to if there is none. If I do require a domain name how to I create one? I need to be able to access e-mail from external clients.
I am in the task of migrating old linux to new linux which centos 5.5. while moving out all apps ,data etc.I need to configure SSL in apache.I have installed mod_ssl with apache 2.2. i went though some docs to configure with certificate that I have . Not sure how to start the service in 2.2. The apache/SSL was configured in my old server which apachectl. SO after importing certificatr , I do ./apachectl startssl to take in effect. In my new server , the http service is /etc/init.d/httpd, not sure how to start SSL service in centos 5.5.
I try to start clamd service since I found "PROCS CRITICAL: 0 processes with command name 'clamd'" from nagios. so I check at its log file at "tail /home/clamav/logs/clamd.log" it said that log file exceeding maximum limit so I try to rotate log by
i am using RHEL5 at VirtualBox,at the time of installation i did create two partition one for / and another for swap.Now my /var directory is taking too much space and i decided to create a new partition with required size and mount that partition to /var.Now http service wont start and i did not reboot yet.
Ok, so I have installed apache 22, mysql5.0 and proftpd1.3. When I reboot my server, the above applications do not start up automatically, and I have been trying to figure out how with out much success. know that I need to make some changes inside the init.d directory on my CentOS Server.I am running CentOS 5.4 x86_64 build.I really am not sure how to accomplish the task or where to start.
I'm writing a C program that reads the boot sector of a USB disk. (it is mounted as /dev/sda1). I'm able to read the sector, by the calls code...
The problem is when I wish to write. I use the call: bytesWrite = write(fd, buf, 512) The 'write' returns the value of 512, which looks as if the write was successful, yet when I read again the /dev/sda1 device, I see that no writing was actually made.
Can anybody tell me what do I need to do in order to allow an actual write to the device?
I have a ThinkPad x100e with a wireless card.Code:03:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. Device 8172 (rev 10)my problem is that I can't connect to my wireless network with Gentoo. I've been running Slackware64-13.1 on this computer and now have Windows 7, Ubuntu and Gentoo installed. Slackware, Ubuntu as well as Windows 7 connect to the wlan without problems. I'm using the driver rtl8192se, the module is loaded r8192se_pci and is the same with Slackware and Ubuntu.
I've read many posts and found that other people experience problems with Realtek wlandevices as well. But I have no Idea how to get connected with Gentoo at my wlan. It looks like that the netbook is connected for a very short time, but when dhcpcd broadcasts for a lease the connection is already closed.
I don't know if this is the right place to post this but here goes anyway.
System: ASUS Pro50n Laptop Distro: Arch Linux WM/DE: Gnome
I've recently installed Arch linux with the gnome desktop environment, and everything is working fine apart from HAL and DBUS. I'm not sure why this problem is happening and I have no idea about any settings for HAL and DBUS all I know is what it says in the wiki.
The problem I have is that HAL and DBUS fail to start. I have tried /etc/rc.d/hal start and get the message BUSY.. then FAIL. I have tried /etc/rc.d/dbus start and get exactly the same. I have tried restart and that also fails. *EDIT* I have just tried /etc/rc.d/dbus start again without changing a thing and dbus has started successfully but HAL still fails.
The further problem, which I think is related to HAL not starting... possibly... Is that I can't watch DVD's / anything in the DVD drive. I can see it in Places >Computer as "CD/DVD Drive: 3_MEN_IN_ANOTHER_BOAT" but when I click to load it or if I open Totem and try and load it all I get is the error: Unable to mount location: Not Authorized. Is this related to HAL or is this a completely different issue?
*EDIT* fixed the HAL problem, reinstalled xf86-input-evdev package and it seemed to fix the problem. However I am still having a problem with watching DVD's
I have just bought a DVB-T usb dongle to watch some TV. The software I'm using is vdr, which has to be started through the /etc/init.d/vdr service. I have created a udev script that executes the service on device insertion. It works nicely, however now when I boot up the computer it takes ages to get to desktop. I believe it is because of the WAIT_FOR part. But without this part, the service starts too soon because the usb dongle has been inserted but the firmware has not finished loading. Can someone point out an alternative way to do it? The script is here [URL].
I have a bluetooth usb dongle which I cannot get to work. I start kbluetooth. The icon in system tray is blue (not grey). Right click on it -> Device Manager -> New The wizard starts. It sees my Palm, but then says: "Sorry your Bluetooth Device does not support input Service". I don't know what to do. Opensuse 11.3 kde 4.5 kbluetooth 0.4.2-10.5
I have bought a so-called web'n'walk stick, which identifies itself as a "Globetrotter HSDPA Model". I managed to get it identified as a serial device (initially, it is detected as a USB drive), but I fail to get it working.
Over the past few days, I've noticed that administrative tasks sometimes fail to start. I'm asked to enter the administrative password, "Granting rights" appears in the bottom panel for a few seconds, but then disappears. I'm using Debian Lenny. This is only an intermittent problem, and if a task does fail to start, it will start on the next attempt. Tasks which have failed to start are:
*Launching Synaptic form the System menu. *Launching a root terminal from the Applications menu. *Launching Nautilus with root privileges from a terminal using gksu.
After coming across the following post, I thought maybe it was an issue with kernel 2.6.32-bpo.5-686, because I'd recently upgraded to that kernel too, but I'm advised that that isn't so.It was suggested that something else from backports might be causing the problem.
I have installed freeradius from repositories in both Debian and Ubuntu. I have built from source with 'fakeroot dpkg-buildpackage -b -uc' on both the official freeradius source code and the source provided by apt-src in both Debian and Ubuntu. On a normal install via aptitude there is no ssl-support, I understand this is because of license issues. Otherwise is works, but is of course useless in a wifi-auth setup. On a install from source code, after editing debian/rules and debian/control as recommended different places on the net, freeradius fail to start because of ssl error. Same on install via source code downloaded directly from [URL]... Anyone have a working ssl-enabled freeradius server running Debian or the likes?