Re: [CentOS] calendar

2011-05-27 Thread Pete Biggs
My manager's asked me about something that can run on our CentOS boxes that can connect to an (bleah!) Exchange server's calendar. It doesn't look like Lightening can, and from some googling, it appears that Evolution claims to, but It's got to be able to set dates, etc.

[CentOS] boost-openmpi problems in 7.2

2015-12-17 Thread Pete Biggs
After the 7.2 upgrade boost-openmpi-1.53.0-25 was installed, along with openmpi-1.10.0-10.  The old openmpi was then replaced with compat- openmpi16-1.6.4-10.  All fine. Except boost-openmpi has a dependency on the old libmpi.so.1 and the new openmpi has libmpi.so.12: # ldd

Re: [CentOS] boost-openmpi problems in 7.2

2015-12-21 Thread Pete Biggs
labelled as conflicting. As I said, if you load just mpi/compat-openmpi16-x86_64 it can't find the boost-openmpi library; if you load just mpi/openmpi-x86_64 it can't find the correct libmpi version. P. > > > Tony > > On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 10:57 AM, Pete Biggs &

Re: [CentOS] Centos6.8 and Python33

2017-02-06 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-02-06 at 13:07 +0100, Patrick Begou wrote: > I've some trouble with installing numpy in python 3.3 on Centos 6.8 as > installation request a different python version... > > [root@sge ~]$ yum install python33 python33-python-tools > [root@sge ~]$ scl enable python33 bash >

Re: [CentOS] firewalld

2017-01-28 Thread Pete Biggs
> > The zone apparently means something because an interface can only be on one. > Moving it to a different zone results in the same error (same services/ports > opened in each zone). The "zones" are just labels and are used to create kernel iptables. Each zone has a default set of open and

Re: [CentOS] firewalld

2017-01-29 Thread Pete Biggs
> Last login attempt from roundcube > > Jan 29 16:38:08 ts130 dovecot: imap-login: Login: user=, > method=PLAIN, rip=::1, lip=::1, mpid=2076, secured, > session= > Jan 29 16:38:08 ts130 dovecot: imap(tdukes): Error: user tdukes: > Initialization failed: Namespace '': Mail storage autodetection

Re: [CentOS] CentOS 7 install on one RAID 1 [not-so-SOLVED]

2017-01-25 Thread Pete Biggs
On Tue, 2017-01-24 at 17:14 -0500, m.r...@5-cent.us wrote: > So, it installed happily. > > Then wouldn't boot. No problem, I'll bring it up with pxe, then chroot and > grub2-install. > > Um, nope. I edited the device map from hd0 and hd1 being the RAID to > /dev/sda and /dev/sdb, then ran

Re: [CentOS] CentOS 7 install on one RAID 1 [not-so-SOLVED]

2017-01-25 Thread Pete Biggs
> > If you are using RAID 1 kernel mirroring, you can do that with /boot too, > and Grub finds the kernel just fine. I've done it many times: > > Hmm, OK. I wonder why anaconda doesn't do it then. Reading various websites, it looks like grub2 can do it, but you have to make sure that various

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 httpd Permission problems with Postfixadmin

2017-02-17 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Not there still. In /var/www/html I created .htaccess: > > # ls -lstra > total 12 > 4 drwxr-xr-x. 4 root root 4096 Feb 6 16:06 .. > 4 drwxr-xr-x. 2 root root 4096 Feb 17 13:32 . > 4 -rw-r--r--. 1 root apache 21 Feb 17 13:32 .htaccess > > # cat .htaccess > Require all

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 httpd Permission problems with Postfixadmin

2017-02-17 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Thing is, I don't have an .htaccess file ANYWHERE on this system. I > checked. > If you don't have a .htaccess file, then why have the AllowOverride directive in the .conf file? Putting AllowOverride in means that every time apache retrieves a file from that directory, *and every

Re: [CentOS] SOLVED - Re: Centos 7 httpd Permission problems with Postfixadmin

2017-02-17 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Changed it to: > > # cat /etc/httpd/conf.d/postfixadmin.conf > alias /mailadmin /usr/share/postfixadmin > > AllowOverride AuthConfig > #allow from all > Require all granted > Yes, all directories need to have 'Require all granted' on them somewhere - if you

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 httpd Permission problems with Postfixadmin

2017-02-17 Thread Pete Biggs
On Fri, 2017-02-17 at 12:02 -0500, Robert Moskowitz wrote: > More joy with Centos 7. > > I am having permission problems with Postfixadmin. I am installing as > I have in my notes I did in Centos6 and it is not working. > > I untar Postfixadmin into /usr/share. The owner is root:root (I even >

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 httpd Permission problems with Postfixadmin

2017-02-17 Thread Pete Biggs
> > What is the setting "allowoveride"? What does it mean? > > It tells apache to obey .htaccess files in the document directory - in other words it "allows" the .htaccess file to "override" the configured parameters. The arguments to it say what subset of commands can be overridden -

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 httpd Permission problems with Postfixadmin

2017-02-17 Thread Pete Biggs
> > From error.log: > > [Fri Feb 17 12:56:33.478024 2017] [authz_core:error] [pid 5759] [client > 192.168.160.12:48290] AH01630: client denied by server configuration: > /usr/share/postfixadmin So it's an authorisation issue. In your .htaccess file change  Order allow,deny      

Re: [CentOS] Centos7 whatprovides php-imap

2017-02-23 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-02-23 at 10:28 -0500, Robert Moskowitz wrote: > Would someone with a Intel Centos7 installation PLEASE find out for me: > > yum whatprovides php-imap > > # yum whatprovides php-imap Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile x x x

Re: [CentOS] usb drives & Orico ORICO 9548U3-BK

2017-02-18 Thread Pete Biggs
> > > I decided to build an archive server for the purpose of backing up > other fedora/centos desktops at the office. I built a machine and have > installed Centos 7.3 on it with all updates current. I also purchased > a 3.0 usb sata drive cabinet (Orico ORICO 9548U3-BK) and installed two >

Re: [CentOS] dhcpcd.conf

2017-02-14 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-02-13 at 17:57 -0800, Alice Wonder wrote: > Hi, > > ran into a problem w/ linode hosted VM where IPv6 address changed after > they migrated it to a different host. > > They claim I can fix it with > > sed -i 's/slaac private/slaac hwaddr/' /etc/dhcpcd.conf > > However there

Re: [CentOS] GCC 4.9 in CentOS 7 ??

2017-02-09 Thread Pete Biggs
> > > > That's the very problem that Software Collections endeavors to solve. If > > you install a non-standard package that conflicts with OS defaults, > > install it as a collection so that end users can choose whether to use > > the enhancement or the default, on a per-session basis. > >

Re: [CentOS] IPv6 broken on Linode

2017-02-16 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-02-16 at 00:37 -0800, Alice Wonder wrote: > https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?f=19=14570=72785 > > I can not figure out what I need to do. > > Apparently according to linode support, the VM is trying to grab an IPv6 > address with some privacy stuff enabled by default causing

Re: [CentOS] Python 3.x on Centos 7

2017-03-24 Thread Pete Biggs
On Fri, 2017-03-24 at 08:52 -0500, Matt wrote: > > # yum install python34 > > I already have epel installed. If it breaks something is it as simple > as yum erase python34 to restore everything back to normal? > If it's in epel it will have been tested with RHEL/CentOS so shouldn't break

Re: [CentOS] laptop editing

2017-03-17 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-03-16 at 21:20 -0500, Michael Hennebry wrote: > How does one put centos on a laptop? > My understanding that laptops no longer come with optical drives. Some do, some don't. They all come with USB ports though. https://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/InstallFromUSBkey P.

Re: [CentOS] NFS Client with quota

2017-04-04 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Previously, when I examined rquotad, I did not work as I expected. > I will try to verify again. > I gave up on NFS quotas - it was a while ago, but I seem to remember that it sort of just about worked with an EXT4 server file system, but was a pig with an XFS server. My instinct is that

Re: [CentOS] OT: systemd Poll

2017-04-10 Thread Pete Biggs
> I must admit that I skipped through the first and second stages - I > never found creating init scripts a joy and instead opted to write my > own scripts that I launched via inittab. As such, I welcomed the > simplicity systemd's service files without fuss. > > So, at which stage are you

Re: [CentOS] OT: systemd Poll

2017-04-11 Thread Pete Biggs
> I just read through this thread, and I must say I'm a bit worried, to > the point that I'm asking myself: is CentOS still as reliable as it was? Yes. > This is not a rhetorical question, but a real one. On my Slackware > servers, I'm hosting a few dozen websites, various platforms for schools

Re: [CentOS] OT: systemd Poll

2017-04-11 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Years uptime, wow! What do you do when security update for kernel or glibc > is released? These come as often as once every 45 days in my observation. > They're non-exposed hosts doing very specific things - think internal network with an air-gap to the internet. P.

Re: [CentOS] CentOS 6 and pxeboot

2017-04-11 Thread Pete Biggs
>We've been using pxeboot to pull up a menu, to build or rebuild > machines for years. We have this new server, and it fails. Times out. > What's happening is that it tries in this order > .../pxelinux.cfg/b8945908-d6a6-41a9-611d-74a6ab80b83d >

Re: [CentOS] M.2 PCI-E card

2017-04-04 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-04-03 at 20:17 -0500, Chris Adams wrote: > Once upon a time, Alice Wonder said: > > I need a low profile PCI-E card that allows for up to 2 M.2 SSD > > drives that is known to work with the stock kernel in CentOS 7. > > > > Can anyone recommend one? > > I

Re: [CentOS] CentOS 6 and pxeboot

2017-04-11 Thread Pete Biggs
> > > .../pxelinux.cfg/b8945908-d6a6-41a9-611d-74a6ab80b83d > > > .../pxelinux.cfg/01-88-99-aa-bb-cc-dd > > > .../pxelinux.cfg/C0A8025B > > > .../pxelinux.cfg/C0A8025 > > > .../pxelinux.cfg/C0A802 > > > .../pxelinux.cfg/C0A80 > > > .../pxelinux.cfg/C0A8 > > >

Re: [CentOS] OT: systemd Poll - So Long, and Thanks for All the fish.

2017-04-15 Thread Pete Biggs
Not wishing to extend this thread further, but ... > There are conspiracy theories out there that the NSA is involved with > bringing systemd to Linux so they can have easy access to *"unknown"* > bugs - aka backdoors - to all Linux installations using systemd *[1]*. They're conspiracy

Re: [CentOS] OT: systemd Poll - So Long, and Thanks for All the fish.

2017-04-20 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Think about what that would take in terms of man hours to accomplish > moving from EL6 to 7. And moving from 5 to 6 was not much better. > This is just too expensive to repeat every three years. So why do it? There is absolutely nothing wrong with sticking with EL6 for a long time,

Re: [CentOS] OT: systemd Poll - So Long, and Thanks for All the fish.

2017-04-16 Thread Pete Biggs
On Sun, 2017-04-16 at 06:53 -0400, ken wrote: > On 04/15/2017 04:46 AM, Pete Biggs wrote: > > Not wishing to extend this thread further, but ... > > > > > There are conspiracy theories out there that the NSA is involved with > > > bringing systemd to L

Re: [CentOS] OT: systemd Poll - So Long, and Thanks for All the fish.

2017-04-16 Thread Pete Biggs
> Indeed. I think the assertion "OSS is somehow safer because of community > audit" is a logical fallacy. How would one go about "auditing" in the first > place? There are tools to audit source code for problems - OSS is safer *because* the source is available and can be audited. > Even if

Re: [CentOS] How rc-local.service works?

2017-03-12 Thread Pete Biggs
> Let me cite the service file here: > > [Unit] > Description=/etc/rc.d/rc.local Compatibility > ConditionFileIsExecutable=/etc/rc.d/rc.local > After=network.target > > [Service] > Type=forking > ExecStart=/etc/rc.d/rc.local start > TimeoutSec=0 > RemainAfterExit=yes > > I basically don't

Re: [CentOS] vfstp and renaiming of files with ftp client

2017-07-13 Thread Pete Biggs
> > The permissions for the upload folder are drwx-wx--- and the owner is > Bob group is ftpuploadgroup > > Alice is member of that group, but should only drop files in. > > The files are ownd by Alice, and I'm bit iritated, taht Bob can rename > tham ... as Bob only has read permision (from

Re: [CentOS] vfstp and renaiming of files with ftp client

2017-07-14 Thread Pete Biggs
> the goal is, that the FTP server is a Dropbox for Alice, so she can > upload files and folders and is not able to see the uploaded files > (drwx-wx--- for the main older). > > Bob should be able to rename the files and folders by ftp. (and of > course be able to download them.) > > If this is

Re: [CentOS] Thanks to every one

2017-07-16 Thread Pete Biggs
> let's think about what a hpc cluster is for. > Second, one should always ask the question where security is to be > applied, +1 You have to assess your environment and weigh up the benefits of uptime vs security. Sometimes the security that is fixed in a new kernel is inconsequential in

Re: [CentOS] certificate for www.xxxx.xx has expired ?? (hostname)

2017-07-08 Thread Pete Biggs
> > I found this Morning a Message in my Logs, that is new for me and I never > seen > this before? > > Is this a Error in the Certificate System?? No, it means that the SSL certificate has expired - they only have a limited validity and these default certificates are generated at install

Re: [CentOS] Web server files ownership?

2017-07-07 Thread Pete Biggs
> > File permissions are 574. Note that owners are NOT required to have higher > permissions than groups! > > find /var/www/html -type f -exec chmod 574 {} \; Normal files really shouldn't have their execute bit set. There is no need to (since they aren't going to be executed) and just sets

Re: [CentOS] vfstp and renaiming of files with ftp client

2017-07-13 Thread Pete Biggs
> > I have a vsftp server and two users for up and download. > > If user Alice uploads a file, the owner is set to Alice as expected > "-rw-r--r-- alice ftpuploadgroup" > > Now Bob can login to the same folder and is able to rename the uploaded > file. > > Bob can also rename an uploaded

Re: [CentOS] Web server files ownership?

2017-07-07 Thread Pete Biggs
On Fri, 2017-07-07 at 12:31 +0100, John Hodrien wrote: > On Fri, 7 Jul 2017, Bill Gee wrote: > > > File permissions are 574. Note that owners are NOT required to have higher > > permissions than groups! > > But the owner can change the permissions, no? Not necessarily. In order to change

Re: [CentOS] Web server files ownership?

2017-07-07 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Since Apache is running as system user 'apache' and system group > 'apache', I thought it sensible that hosted files be owned by that process. > > # ls -l /var/www/html/ > total 24 > drwxr-x---. 3 apache apache 4096 6 juil. 09:37 default > drwxr-x---. 3 apache apache 4096 6 juil. 10:01

Re: [CentOS] Web server files ownership?

2017-07-07 Thread Pete Biggs
On Fri, 2017-07-07 at 12:56 +0100, John Hodrien wrote: > On Fri, 7 Jul 2017, Pete Biggs wrote: > > > Not necessarily. In order to change permissions on a file you need to > > have write access to the directory (i.e. the special file in the parent > > directory that des

Re: [CentOS] Cron sending to root after changing MAILTO

2017-07-20 Thread Pete Biggs
On Wed, 2017-07-19 at 23:31 +, Chad Cordero wrote: > It’s being rejected before it even reaches the mailbox, so forwarding > won’t work.  Crond should really be using the MAILTO variable and > it’s not. > Have you restarted crond after you made the changes? P.

Re: [CentOS] Physically moving a mail server vs. cached DNS

2017-07-01 Thread Pete Biggs
> > In your experience, what's the "longest" a DNS cache is configured to > keep outdated information? A day? A week? A month? Longer? > That is controlled by the TTL (time to live) entry. A DNS server must refresh it's cache within the TTL for the entry. Using the '-a' option to host will give

Re: [CentOS] Physically moving a mail server vs. cached DNS

2017-07-01 Thread Pete Biggs
On Sat, 2017-07-01 at 11:37 +0200, Nicolas Kovacs wrote: > Le 01/07/2017 à 11:00, Pete Biggs a écrit : > > That is controlled by the TTL (time to live) entry. A DNS server must > > refresh it's cache within the TTL for the entry. Using the '-a' option > > to host will give

Re: [CentOS] System Start-Up Issue Progress

2017-07-04 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Starting ipmidetectd: ipmidetectd: No nodes configured  [FAILED] > Starting sendmail: > > It is not clear to me whether the boot-up process is hanging due > to the failed starting of ipmidetectd or sendmail, but I suspect > that the ipmidetectd start up failure is the actual cause. It is >

Re: [CentOS] System Start-Up Issue

2017-07-03 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Having very little experience with such start-up issues, we are at a loss > to determine how to salvage the CentOS 6.9 virtual machine.  Is there a > standard way to start up a system without any extras like gnome to see if > we can get a running system?  Would it be wise to attempt using

Re: [CentOS] Physically moving a mail server vs. cached DNS

2017-07-01 Thread Pete Biggs
> You should check to see if your old SOA is still showing themselves > as authoritative for your domain. If they are, then anyone who uses > their nameservers will still get the old record(s) for your domain. > > If they are still showing themselves as authoritative (which I think > is the

Re: [CentOS] CentOS version

2017-04-27 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-04-27 at 12:23 -0400, Larry Martell wrote: > I am trying to find out what version of CentOS is running at a > customer site, but I do not have remote access and there is no one > there to run anything for me. But I do have a dmesg output and I see > this: > > Linux version

Re: [CentOS] SCSI drives and Centos 7

2017-04-29 Thread Pete Biggs
On Sat, 2017-04-29 at 08:50 -0500, Gregory P. Ennis wrote: > Everyone, > > about 4 years ago, I tried to install CentOS 6 on a Supermicro server > with SCSI drives using a LSI raid system. I could never figure out or > find a way to make the installation disc of Centos 6 identify the SCSI >

Re: [CentOS] Getting to Mate or Xfce

2017-04-29 Thread Pete Biggs
On Sat, 2017-04-29 at 15:43 +, Beartooth wrote: > My wife bought a new Thinkpad, on which we had the shop install > CentOS 7 (I *think* it's 7.3.) Alas!, I didn't think to specify NOT Gnome, > in thunder. So of course I got it. > > I've tried several times to force myself to

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 Install

2017-08-17 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-08-17 at 16:16 -0400, Jerry Geis wrote: > It looks like its these files: > drwx-- 2 rootroot8192 Aug 17 16:11 lu10398gvo2au.tmp > drwx-- 2 rootroot8192 Aug 17 16:14 lu3245gvrkvp.tmp > drwx-- 2 rootroot4096 Aug 17 16:14 lu4298gvwjcr.tmp > > That

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 Install

2017-08-17 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-08-17 at 16:01 -0400, Jerry Geis wrote: > This is a listing. > > total 44 > drwx-- 2 rootroot 6 Aug 17 15:36 lu26465gujqup.tmp > drwx-- 2 rootroot8192 Aug 17 15:37 lu27063gukci0.tmp > drwx-- 2 rootroot8192 Aug 17 15:43 lu3205guot5q.tmp >

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7 Install

2017-08-20 Thread Pete Biggs
Sorry for the late reply, I had to go away. > > > > > > > > > It's where tracker extracts files. > > > > > > Google for "centos7 tracker disable" > > > > > > I suspect the lu*.tmp directories are from when tracker uses LO to > > > extract and index documents. > > > > > > If you don't use,

Re: [CentOS] looking for graphing tools

2017-06-20 Thread Pete Biggs
> > I can figure out some simple scripting to turn the maillog entries > into times since the epoch, or other formats, if needed, but I have > no experience with the various graphing tools availabe, or even > what (or where) they are. > If you are talking about scripting graphs, then Gnuplot

Re: [CentOS] Question Mirrors ?

2017-06-23 Thread Pete Biggs
> > in the last weeks I have many, many Errors from chron hourly on my systems :- > (. > There's been some speculation, but it would probably help if you actually told us what the errors are that you are seeing, that might point us in the correct direction to help you. P.

Re: [CentOS] system slowdown

2017-05-18 Thread Pete Biggs
> > kernel: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#5 stuck for 67s! [khungtaskd] > kernel: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#7 stuck for 67s! [khugepaged] > > These messages started appearing today around 7 AM, which is when > users started reporting the slowdown. They are still occurring > periodically and the system is

Re: [CentOS] more recent perl version?

2017-05-24 Thread Pete Biggs
> > > If this sort of stance seems risible to you, you probably shouldn’t > > be using CentOS. This is what distinguishes a “stable” type of OS > > from a “bleeding edge” one. > > When a version of a software has been released 20 years ago, > that doesn´t mean it´s more stable than a version

Re: [CentOS] more recent perl version?

2017-05-24 Thread Pete Biggs
> > Thanks, I tried rh-perl, and it worked for a test. It does not replace the > existing > perl installation. You have to explicitly use that version. Yes, that's how SCL works. A lot of system software uses perl (and python and gcc) so replacing the installed version without testing the

Re: [CentOS] yum error

2017-05-21 Thread Pete Biggs
On Sun, 2017-05-21 at 13:06 +0200, vychytraly . wrote: > And I got these errors: can't link /lib64/libSsl.so>10 to libssl.so.10 and > can't create temporary cache file /etc/ld.so.cache~: Permission denied sudo ldconfig And if the error persists check that there's nothing wrong with your

Re: [CentOS] Disable Top Left Hot Corner

2017-05-27 Thread Pete Biggs
On Sat, 2017-05-27 at 14:51 -0400, Mike - st257 wrote: > awk one-liner found here: > https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/196726 > > Whether it's persistent through package updates is another matter. > Unfortunately that doesn't work as the requisite file (/usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/layout.js)

Re: [CentOS] Disable Top Left Hot Corner

2017-05-29 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-05-29 at 18:14 +0200, Andreas Benzler wrote: > On Manjaro is running this one as default > > https://github.com/Edenhofer/Minimalism-Gnome-Shell/tree/master/nohotco > r...@azuri.free.fr > Raymundo has said multiple times that he doesn't want/can't use Gnome Shell extensions and

Re: [CentOS] more recent perl version?

2017-05-24 Thread Pete Biggs
> > The problem is that the expensive POS software doesn´t run on Centos > because the perl version Centos uses is too old. Life is a compromise. If the expensive POS software isn't designed to run on RHEL/CentOS then you will need to run it on a different OS. I know your desire is to keep

Re: [CentOS] System Time Source

2017-05-24 Thread Pete Biggs
On Wed, 2017-05-24 at 13:53 +, Chris Olson wrote: > One of our STEM interns recently observed that there are > inexpensive clocks that sync via radio to standard time > services.  This begged a question about why every computer > would not have a radio module to receive time.  Our senior >

Re: [CentOS] [OT] CentOS, PHP & OwnCloud/Nextcloud: the version dilemma

2017-09-20 Thread Pete Biggs
Straying OT ... > > On Tue, September 19, 2017 1:42 pm, Nux! wrote: > > > Unfortunately the same can be said about Ruby, RoR, Python etc etc etc. > > > > It is not as much true about languages themselves (though it is true, and > > I for one call python "sneaky snake" just because of that ;-),

Re: [CentOS] sendmail

2017-10-02 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-10-02 at 23:18 +, Larry Martell wrote: > On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 6:26 PM Stephen John Smoogen > > > Sendmail is not the standard email server for EL7 > > > What is the the standard email server? > Postfix P. ___ CentOS mailing list

Re: [CentOS] /boot partition too small

2017-10-10 Thread Pete Biggs
On Tue, 2017-10-10 at 13:55 +, KM wrote: > First off - let me say I am not an administrator. I need to know if > there is an easy way to increase my /boot partition. When I > installed CentOS 6 after running 5, it was my oversight not to > increase the /boot size. it's too small and I

Re: [CentOS] CUDA tools?

2017-10-06 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-10-05 at 17:07 -0400, m.r...@5-cent.us wrote: > vychytraly . wrote: > > On Thu, Oct 5, 2017 at 9:51 PM, wrote: > > > > > > So, kmod-nvidia installed. Trouble is, I have no tool to test it. And my > > > user might need nvcc, which, of course, is only provided by the

Re: [CentOS] CUDA tools?

2017-10-06 Thread Pete Biggs
> I suppose the epel kmod-nvidia might count - it will allow CUDA apps to > run but you can't develop with it. Sorry, I did, of course, mean elrepo, not epel. P. ___ CentOS mailing list CentOS@centos.org

Re: [CentOS] A potentially newbie question about vulnerability patching speed in CentOS 7.x's yum repository

2017-08-30 Thread Pete Biggs
> > > Same problem happens to other software packages such as: > glibc > tcpdump > libnl > mariadb > ... > (and many others) > > > Why is that? and are those software packages not going to get fixed? > There have been various threads concerning this in the past month. You can find them in

Re: [CentOS] Semi-OT: hardware: NVidia proprietary driver, C7.4

2017-09-26 Thread Pete Biggs
On Tue, 2017-09-26 at 14:18 -0400, Phelps, Matthew wrote: > On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 1:59 PM, Scott Robbins wrote: > > > On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 01:40:54PM -0400, m.r...@5-cent.us wrote: > > > This is really frustrating. I've got a server with two K20c Tesla cards. > > > > I

Re: [CentOS] Semi-OT: hardware: NVidia proprietary driver, C7.4

2017-09-26 Thread Pete Biggs
On Tue, 2017-09-26 at 13:40 -0400, m.r...@5-cent.us wrote: > This is really frustrating. I've got a server with two K20c Tesla cards. I > need to use the proprietary drivers to use the CUDA toolkit. Btw, I had no > trouble at all with building for CentOS 7.3 > > I have what NVidia claims is the

Re: [CentOS] Failed attempts

2017-11-27 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-11-27 at 12:10 -0500, Jerry Geis wrote: > hi All, > > I happened to login to one of my servers today and saw 96000 failed login > attempts. shown below is the address its coming from. I added it to my > firewall to drop. > > Failed password for root from 123.183.209.135 port 14299

Re: [CentOS] Perl fun part 2

2017-11-29 Thread Pete Biggs
> Along with the /usr/share/perl5 issues (which I did kinda fix with a > manual copy of the directory from another box), we're having an issue > with SystemD (go figure) stopping the radiator service, but failing to > unbind the ports (1645/1646). It's complaining about 'killproc' not >

Re: [CentOS] Missing /usr/share/perl5 in C7

2017-11-29 Thread Pete Biggs
On Wed, 2017-11-29 at 12:28 -0500, Mark Haney wrote: > I'm under a bit of a crunch here, so any immediate help would be > appreciated. We kickstart our customer boxes and have started migrating > to CentOS 7. We're running Radiator 4.6 1 (I know, but bear with me) > and we just deployed our

Re: [CentOS] Admins supporting both RHEL and CentOS

2017-11-30 Thread Pete Biggs
> No, it's Varian/Agilent. A big player in lab instruments. > > Funny thing, just googled them and apparently they've opensoured the culprit > software, and according to the below link, it's not locked to a particular > point release anymore! > > http://openvnmrj.org/Downloading/ > > It does

Re: [CentOS] Failed attempts

2017-11-28 Thread Pete Biggs
> > > > - don't run ssh on 22, use a different port. (Things get a lot > > quieter when you do that, but it comes with it's own problems and don't > > get complacent because someone will find the port eventually.) > > I consider that pointless security-through-obscurity. That wasn't meant

Re: [CentOS] File access in Apache 2.4

2017-11-21 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-11-20 at 18:19 -0800, david wrote: > Folks > > I'm having file-access problems in Apache 2.4 under Centos 7. In particular: > > - I have a file that's readable to every user and every application, > (writeable by only one user), but my CGI scripts cannot read it. > > - Some of my

Re: [CentOS] gnome boot problem

2017-11-16 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-11-16 at 16:28 -0500, dominic adair-jones wrote: > greetings all. running centos 7. i recently performed an upgrade and > the server rebooted later in the night. now everytime i start my > server its sits at the grey gnome background. i can hit ctl+atl+f2 to > get to another console

Re: [CentOS] gnome boot problem

2017-11-16 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-11-16 at 22:45 +, dominic adair-jones wrote: > Ok that's what I figured Ive narrowed it down to Plymouth but I haven't > found much info on what the fix is. No, plymouth is the process that controls the booting process. It is not the problem. It is doing exactly what it's

Re: [CentOS] home on nfs

2017-11-04 Thread Pete Biggs
> About NFS home directories and CentOS have you .nfsx tempory > files located in the home of your user ? > I have this very often. I was not able to found any documentation about > this but if they are temporary files for NFS transactions is there a way > to store them on on local

Re: [CentOS] Nvidia error

2017-11-06 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-11-06 at 12:36 -0500, Jerry Geis wrote: > Thanks - yes I have rebooted now - and I get the same error. > Next step ? > Does it still say that the kernel module has version 384.90? What version kernel is your machine running? Can you do 'find /usr/lib/modules -name nvidia.ko' to

Re: [CentOS] PHP package versions

2017-11-02 Thread Pete Biggs
> > http://php.net/eol.php says that PHP 5.5 and 5.4 are EOL, but a > freshly installed Centos 7 box, then fully upgraded, gives me PHP > 5.4.16-42.el7. What do people do about maintaining current versions > of software on a variety of machines? We have some users who manage > their own

Re: [CentOS] Fwd: Persistent route

2017-11-09 Thread Pete Biggs
On Thu, 2017-11-09 at 12:29 +0300, Ritah Mulinde wrote: > Hello everyone > > Iam trying to delete a route from mt CentOs 7 server but everytime i > restart network services, it reappears > > iam using command > "route del -net x.x.x.x/x gw x.x.x.x " > > Am i missing something?? > You have to

Re: [CentOS] Nvidia error

2017-11-06 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-11-06 at 11:32 -0500, Jerry Geis wrote: > I am getting this error on CentOS 7.4 > > kernel: NVRM: API mismatch: the client has the version 384.98, but#012NVRM: > this kernel module has the version 384.90. Please#012NVRM: make sure that > this kernel module and all NVIDIA

Re: [CentOS] upgrading python

2017-12-11 Thread Pete Biggs
> > > > > > > > Or use Software Collections, the Python27 package from there has 2.7.13 > > > > > > > > https://www.softwarecollections.org/en/scls/rhscl/python27/ > > > > > > > > https://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories/SCL > > > > > > I followed the instructions at the

Re: [CentOS] yum files in /tmp

2017-12-06 Thread Pete Biggs
On Wed, 2017-12-06 at 08:54 -0500, Jerry Geis wrote: > I am getting /tmp/yum_save_tx.2017-12. files in /tmp one every hour. > What process is making these files ??? > I have stopped PackageKit so its not running. > > I am running CentOS 7.4. With GNOME desktop. Thanks > Probably yum-cron -

Re: [CentOS] upgrading python

2017-12-11 Thread Pete Biggs
On Mon, 2017-12-11 at 15:44 -0600, Frank Cox wrote: > On Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:32:06 -0500 > Larry Martell wrote: > > > Can I make that the default python? > > ~/.bashrc > No. I'm not entirely sure that is a good idea! No, not all. 'scl enable python27 bash' creates a *new* shell with the

Re: [CentOS] upgrading python

2017-12-05 Thread Pete Biggs
On Tue, 2017-12-05 at 14:16 +0100, Kai Grunau wrote: > On 05.12.2017 14:05, Larry Martell wrote: > > I am running CentOS 7 and I have python version: > > > > Python 2.7.5 (default, Sep 15 2016, 22:37:39) > > > > I need a newer version of 2.7 to pick up a bug fix. How can I do that > > (without

Re: [CentOS] [OT] Bash help

2017-10-25 Thread Pete Biggs
On Wed, 2017-10-25 at 12:02 -0400, Mark Haney wrote: > I know this is for CentOS stuff, but I'm at a loss on how to build a > script that does what I need it to do. It's probably really logically > simple, I'm just not seeing it. Hopefully someone will take pity on me > and at least give me a

Re: [CentOS] OT: hardware: sanitizing a dead SSD?

2018-05-09 Thread Pete Biggs
On Wed, 2018-05-09 at 13:00 +0200, Leon Fauster wrote: > > Am 08.05.2018 um 21:46 schrieb Stephen John Smoogen : > > > > On 8 May 2018 at 15:34, wrote: > > > Anyone have any clues about how to sanitize a dead SSD? We haven't had it > > > yet, but we're sure

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7.5 and Courier 10 Pitch fonts in Libreoffice

2018-05-12 Thread Pete Biggs
> See subject line for libreoffice reference. > I would claim that it's late - except it isn't and I'm just going blind. Sorry. P. ___ CentOS mailing list CentOS@centos.org https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7.5 and Courier 10 Pitch fonts in Libreoffice

2018-05-12 Thread Pete Biggs
On Sat, 2018-05-12 at 18:50 +0100, Phil Wyett wrote: > On Sat, 2018-05-12 at 12:17 -0500, Gregory P. Ennis wrote: > > Everyone, > > > > With the update to Centos 7.5 it is apparent that we lost the Courier > > 10 Pitch fonts that were in "xorg-x11-fonts-Type1". Does anyone know > > how to get

Re: [CentOS] Centos 7.5 and Courier 10 Pitch fonts in Libreoffice

2018-05-12 Thread Pete Biggs
> > With the update to Centos 7.5 it is apparent that we lost the Courier > 10 Pitch fonts that were in "xorg-x11-fonts-Type1". Does anyone know > how to get this back. > As far as I can see they are still there: # cat /etc/centos-release CentOS Linux release 7.5.1804 (Core) # rpm

Re: [CentOS] Squid and log files

2018-05-15 Thread Pete Biggs
> I don't know if the compressed and archived *.gz log files are supposed > to be erased some time. Anyway, I'd like to make sure they are kept at > least for one full year. > > Where is this defined ? > It's the logrotate system. Look in /etc/logrotate.conf and /etc/logrotate.d/ and 'man

Re: [CentOS] Vsftpd vs. iptables firewall script

2018-05-23 Thread Pete Biggs
> Doesn't work. I redirected all my errors to /var/log/messages, so here's > what I get when I try to connect Filezilla to that server. > > May 23 16:48:58 c7-server kernel: +++ IPv4 packet rejected +++ IN=enp0s3 > OUT= MAC=08:00:27:00:00:03:d4:85:64:b2:b2:1b:08:00 SRC=192.168.2.2 >

Re: [CentOS] Questions about yum-cron

2018-06-03 Thread Pete Biggs
> > 2. It looks like editing /etc/yum/yum-cron.conf affects a *daily* > operation of yum-cron, whereas editing /etc/yum/yum-cron- > hourly.conf provides hourly operations. The documentation is not very > clear about this, and I'm a little confused here. In other words, > yum-cron.conf affects

Re: [CentOS] installing perl-CPAN without perl-local-lib

2018-06-04 Thread Pete Biggs
> Any ideas on how I can get to do the simple task of installing these modules > system wide? There's lots of info on it on the web. For the definitive answers look long the local::lib pages on CPAN - basically there are environment variables you can set to say where things are to be

Re: [CentOS] cron.daily and others, not running

2018-07-02 Thread Pete Biggs
> > So, service is running but what could happen that makes /etc/cron.* not > being fired? You don't say, but if this is CentOS 7, then cron.daily/weekly/monthly is run using anacron, not cron. It's configured in /etc/anacrontab and is usually run once a day by the script

Re: [CentOS] cron.daily and others, not running

2018-07-02 Thread Pete Biggs
> > For the record: > # service anacron status > Redirecting to /bin/systemctl status anacron.service > Unit anacron.service could not be found. > You have mail in /var/spool/mail/root It's not a service. As I said, it's run using a script in /etc/cron.hourly > > Sure, anacron is not

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