I have a server that is also a firewall router at a public library with a fiber optic Internet connection. It is running kernel2.6.32-642.4.2.el6.x86_64 (current CentOS 6.8) and Iptables 1.4.7 (current stock CentOS 6.8). I having trouble with Inter..
Just want to verify: CentOS 5s FS utilities are too old to safely resize a *live* (mounted, etc.) root file system (and the CentOS 5 installer/rescue system does not include either resize2fs or fsadm utilities).I am presuming I will need a full-fled..
I have two computers: both running CentOS 6.7, 64-bit, with kernel 2.6.32-573.12.1.el6.x86_64.One is a laptop with an 2 core Intel processor and the other is a desktop machine with a 4 core AMD processor. Both with selinux enabled.I have a USB ser..
I just got a new monitor for my desktop system (the old one died after *many* years of service).The new monitor is a high res 16:9 monitor, but the VESA video driver insists on using 1024×768 (which was the resolution of the *old* monitor).It does s..
When I compile some Java code I am getting this sort of error:package org.apache.http.annotation does not existI am presuming that I am missing a Jar file in /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk.x86_64.Most of the Jar files in /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk.x86..
I have a strange problem and I know I am doing things way outside of the box.First of all I dont like Gnome or really any of the mess-windows flavored desktop systems and no, I dont like the MacOSX flavored desktop systems (like Ubuntus Unity) either…
I posted this to the comp.lang.tcl newsgroup, but it might relate to a possible bug in the Mingw32 cross-build environment under CentOS 6 (or EPEL).Forwarded Message:From: Robert Heller Subject: Cross Building Tcl using Mingw32-gcc (4.9.2)Newsgrou..
OK, I plugged in a web cam device (something called a Zoomy — a web cam/microscope).It is recognized by the unc driver.Now what?Does there exist a program that can use this device?Or do I have to write one from scratch?I have been searching the w..
I am wondering about updating the version of Spam Assassin on my CentOS 5 mail server. The current version, 3.3.1-4.el5 (stock RHEL version), has beenleaking recently. I suspect I need some newer match rules to detect some of the newer flavors of sp..
Has anyone had any experience with the NetZero Stick? The NetZero site says that it is Linux compatible, but gives no detailed information (eg distributations, kernel version, driver name/version, etc.). I am running a stock CentOS 5.11 kernel (2.6.18-398.e..