Im running apache 2.2.24 and php 5.2.17. The web site that its service turns into a 403 Forbidden error every 5 minutes literally. Ive found that doing a chmod -Rv 775 on the web root restores the site. However this is a band-aid and no real solution…
Were looking at getting an HBR (thats a technical term, honkin big RAID). What Im considering is, rather than chopping it up into 14TB or16TB filesystems, of using xfs for really big filesystems. The question thats come up is: whats the state of ..
I did a yum update to my desktop machine as root this morning and now my regular logon account sees this whenever I press the enter key:etc/audisp/audispd.conf: Permission denied etc/audisp/plugins.d/af_unix.conf: Permission denied etc/audisp/plugins.d/syslog.co..
Until recently, I had a 32-bit machine with one monitor running fedora. The later editions of fedora didnt like it, so I switched to CentOS. Now I have two 64-bit machines and two monitors and a CenturyLink router. Also a KVM switch that I have not ta..
,is there a kiki  package for CentOS? https://code.google.com/..
Good morning,Ive been looking around for binaries for Enlightenment (>= 0.17) for CentOS 6.5. Ive found something called elementary from OpenSUSE but Im not sure what Elementary really is :) Any suggestions?T..
AllThe freebsd(version: 10.0, RC3) cant be installed as kvm guest based on CentOS 6.5(kernel: kernel-2.6.32-431.17.1.el6.x86_64, qemu–kvm:qemu–kvm-0.12.1.2-2.415.el6_5.8.x86_64). When installing it, it always shows booting and hangs.My cpu&memory information:C..
Im trying to create a 6.5 VM on a 6.5 system using virt-install…# virt-install —network bridge:br0 –name kfat –ram 48 –vcpus=2 –disk path=/var/lib/libvirt/images/kfat.img,size16 –cdrom=/home/downloads/CentOS-6.5-x86_64-minimal.isoI get thro..
I am digging a bit into RHEL 7 roadmap info.It seems there are statements that RHEL 7 will only support 64 bit. Is this corrent, and what for CentOS 7?Also the ARM info I found was the target is ARMv8 which is 64 bit, not the ARMv7 which is 32bit…
Is there such a thing as a CentOS rescue disk?Google gives many links to such a thing, but when I pursue them I do not get to an URLwhere I can actually dow..