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pbjrr
in the default iptable rules I see RH-Firewall-1-INPUT - i have created new rules for my machine that don't have the RH_Firewall (declaration?). Are there more too these rules than what I see by their being the default firewall rules?
gevik
how do I rebuild the postgresql rpm for the latest version (8.2.1) ?
snowmoon-work
gevik, why not just use centos-plus
gevik
snowmoon-work: i thought it does not have the latest version (8.2)
z00dax
ooh.. shinny shinny
smooge
now thats a lot of ops
_lee_
do standard web service apps take advantage of 2 x AMD Dual-Core Opteron 270 2.0 Ghz setup, or is that mostly hype? [OS=CentOS]
JacobSingh
I've just installed imap (via kolab) on centOS, oddly, I can telnet to 143 from the local, but not from my other box, which nmaps all the other ports just fine
I stopped the iptables service
and SELinux is off, is there anything else that could be missing?
z00dax
JacobSingh: yes
is your service even listening on the right ip
         

JacobSingh
that's what I'm worried about :)
I'm actually trying to setup kolab on a vmware box
z00dax
neither of which are centos issues
JacobSingh
right... so that means you won't help :(
z00dax
maybe you want #kolab or #vmware ?
JacobSingh
vmware is unrelated
z00dax
not unless the issue is centos based
JacobSingh
okay
z00dax
what does "lsof -i :143" say ?
if its more than 3 lines, post at http://pastebin.ba/
agh
http://pastebin.ca/
JacobSingh
cyrmaster 29079 kolab-r 7u IPv4 123097 TCP localhost.localdomain:imap
yeah, it really should be a different domain there
z00dax
*nod*
JacobSingh
I've got 2 entires in the hosts file
one for localhost.local
and one for mykolabdomain
z00dax
how new are you to all this ?
JacobSingh
the one for mykolabdomain is mapped to the 192.168.... address
z00dax
( not joking. just want to know so my answer can be related )
JacobSingh
sorta kinda, I know my way around a bit
I've admined servers, but not set them up too often
I know that it's listening on the wrong port
z00dax
so ok, what does localhost.localdomain resolve to on your machine ?
JacobSingh
sorry wrong ip
127.0.0.1
and I have to find a config file somewhere that specified localhost.localdomain
and change it to mykolabserver
z00dax
right, so you need to go look at kolab's settings to make it listen on the non local port
JacobSingh
right?
z00dax
sometimes restarting the service with the ethX interface up, is all you need with some apps
         

JacobSingh
funny thing is, I used the right domain name in the kolab bootstrap script
but it kinda ignored it
host mydomain should return 192.168....
right?
but it gives me a not found, although its deffinately in the hosts file
ha!
got it
still not working of course! But I can telnet the port... must be a kontact problem now
z00dax
nothing to do with centos
JacobSingh
z00dax: thanks for the help.
alvis
are there any apps to recover lost data off a disk? I've got 3 disks from an old raid I'd like the data off
NetDude
on centos 4.4 wih only a couple of logins, I randomly get ssh hangs and message "error: openpty: No such file or directory", "error: session_pty_req: session 0 alloc failed"
no matter which shell I use
and at a randomly different number of logins, around 3 to 6
why would creating a pty fail? /dev/pty/ seems just fine
also it refuses mknod 3 c 136 3 in /dev/pty/ when entries for 0 1 2 are there and 3 would be next, doing it manually
ed_mann
(Action) says hello everyone
St3althy
hello. what version of php is stable on centos
ed_mann
St3althy: 5.1.2
?
St3althy
ok
so latest php 4 is ok on centos?
4.4.4
ed_mann
if you are using the 4.4 series.
but i am not a CentOS developer. I do use php allot, however i am on the 5.1 series. about to go to 5.2
5.2 on my development box.
ArtVandalae
Hi does the CentOS Server CD come with a GUI?
slowgo
no
:)
ZBandit
does anyone know if apache2.x supports ssl out of the box so to speak? I'm still running 1.3.x and in the mood to upgrade.
ed_mann
ZBandit: i have used it. I don't remember doing allot of work. I think it just worked.
i can check the server.
donavan
why are you asking a question that isn't even about centos?
ZBandit
because I use CentOS and rather than compile apache 1.3.x i would like to use what comes out of the box. duh
daMaestro
yes, the httpd provided by centos supports ssl
what? do you think we are in the 80s?
ZBandit
I wish. :)
better music back then.
daMaestro
yum install mod_ssl done
donavan
not if he has some none conforming apache 1.3.x install daMaestro
s/none/non
daMaestro
yeah yea, well *out of box* centos has a working apache with ssl
migration is the end users issue
ZBandit
well, i will be migrating from 1.3 to the 2.x version. I would assume it wouldn't be that difficult to do. then again, I usually get in trouble when I assume things.
donavan
the insanity in your guestion comes from the fact you downgraded the box in the first place...
ZBandit
more like laziness.
I wasn't in the mood to convert at the time.
maxamillion
in centos, is there a control panel or atleast a gui tool for configuration and control of a samba server? ... i need to setup a server that can run windows shares but i don't want to train the rest of the staff on how to use the command line (and i'm not high enough in the food chain to convince them that learning the commands would be worth it)
ZBandit
webmin
maxamillion
i assume i would have to run a web server on that as well in order to use webmin?
ed_mann
maxamillion: no
maxamillion
interesting
ed_mann
webmin runs under it's own server
port 1000 or 10000
https
ZBandit
I recommend changing the default port number. :)
maxamillion
i would rather not have the overhead of a server daemon
ZBandit
well, there's always the command line then.
maxamillion
yeah ... hrmm
ZBandit
beggars can't be choosers. :P
maxamillion
ok, well that's what i needed to know ... thank you very much for the information
ed_mann
np
maxamillion
ZBandit: i know, just trying to start getting linux into the work place ... currently everything is windows and i keep telling my boss we need a little linux :)
anyhoo... i'm off
thanks again
ZBandit
and he's worried about webmin's overhead? geez
ed_mann
everyone needs linux. I know he's gone, and everyone in here should know that already
ya go figure
without having to run all that craplets that come on machines to keep them safe, a little webmin server is not that bad.
ZBandit
yup. not to mention the fact you can assign who does what on the admin side of things.
ed_mann
ya that is nice. I use it for the church server that i admin
but they still seem to screw things up
ZBandit
please tell me your root password isn't god. :)
ed_mann
heck no
but it is a very long scripture verse out of the bible.
ultra secure... first they better pick what translation of bible i used.
then try and pick which verse.
tell my great, great, great^*1trill when u get it.
:-D
ZBandit
heh, translation..
it's been translated so many times, it's far from what would be considered the original. :) I'm stopping right there before I
(Action) smells smoke... wonder what that is
ed_mann
ZBandit: you ok... gett'n hot?
ZBandit
:)
I live in FL, it's always hot here. :)
ed_mann
your not going to offend me. The bible has been attacked so many times since man was given it.
and it's still around.
i do have my own translation tho.
ZBandit
that it is.
Mort_en
Wasn`t it man who wrote the bible?
ZBandit
I can't believe in it no mo.
not after some joe blow made me do an experiment.
ed_mann
and it's not anywhere close to the original. I call it the ELV
and what was that?
ZBandit
take the oldest bible you can find. (mine was written in 1902), the buy a new one off the shelf (2006) both were King James versions. He said to turn to ANY place in it (except for Gen 1:1) and read.
It was quite amazing to see that the new bible didn't have a single word, phrase or meaning as the old one.
ed_mann
ya language changes... did it take it out of context?
ZBandit
not even out of context. Completely changed.
ed_mann
it changed the meaning in it's context?
wow.
i will look into that.
that is something.
ZBandit
forget name changes, and punctuation, I'm talking story lines and all.
ed_mann
that is something.
thanks for letting me know that.
ZBandit
from the initial research I done, it appears that every 2-5 years, little changes takes place. Over 100 years, it's almost completely re-written.
how can someone put faith in a book that constantly gets re-written?
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