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2015 Mar 17
1
Roundcubemail problem with Dovecot
...update back on 3-5 and that would match to my one roundcube mail user complaining and the delays I am seeing with thunderbird and outlook users. So with my setup, I am trying to figure what are the index files to delete. Say for myself, I am seeing: /home/vmail/htt-consult.com/rgm/dovecot.index /home/vmail/htt-consult.com/rgm/dovecot.index.cache /home/vmail/htt-consult.com/rgm/dovecot.index.log /home/vmail/htt-consult.com/rgm/.Drafts/dovecot.index /home/vmail/htt-consult.com/rgm/.Drafts...
2016 Dec 28
2
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...PM, John Fawcett wrote: > > > > > That error should be caused by having MultiViews options but > > > > > incorrect > > > > > permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. > > > > > > > > I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change in > > > > behavior. > > > > > > > > Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm > > > > > > Are you actually using MultiViews? If you don't need that option, > > > maybe > > > the easiest thin...
2016 Dec 28
4
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...12:34 AM, Robert Moskowitz wrote: >> >> On 12/27/2016 05:44 PM, John Fawcett wrote: >>> That error should be caused by having MultiViews options but incorrect >>> permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. >> I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change in behavior. >> >> Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm > Are you actually using MultiViews? If you don't need that option, maybe > the easiest thing is to take it out and see if the error message changes. I am using the default conf file fo...
2016 Dec 27
4
Help with httpd userdir recovery
On 12/27/2016 11:48 AM, Leonard den Ottolander wrote: > Hello Robert, > > On Tue, 2016-12-27 at 10:25 -0500, Robert Moskowitz wrote: >> I can display the /home/rgm/public_html/index.html file that only has >> "Hello World' in it (to prevent anyone from walking my file tree from >> the root). > To prevent people walking a directory structure you better disable > Options Indexes. If I tell someone about ~rgm/mydir (really...
2016 Dec 27
2
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...to build this from notes on a new Centos7.3 installation (well really Centos7.3-arm, but supposedly same sources). Right now the server is running on a test subnet, not the production, but I have set up the hostname and my standard httpd edits. I have enabled userdir and setup my /home/rgm/public_html directory with 711 permissions. I can display the /home/rgm/public_html/index.html file that only has "Hello World' in it (to prevent anyone from walking my file tree from the root). But when I try to display the files in a subdir with ipaddr/~rgm...
2016 Dec 27
2
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...void the > index showing up... > >> restorecon -Rv /home > The man page for restorecon explicitly states it does not follow > symlinks, and it might not cross file system boundaries either, so make > sure they are not causing your issue. No symlinks. >> the owner is rgm:rgm, but the permissions is 755, not 711. > You have to make sure apache can access the whole path, meaning you need > at least o+x on all directories in the path. This is quite likely *not* > the case for /home/rgm. So I deleted the whole public_html directory. Re moved the file...
2016 Dec 28
1
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...d by having MultiViews options > > > > > > > but > > > > > > > incorrect > > > > > > > permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. > > > > > > > > > > > > I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change > > > > > > in > > > > > > behavior. > > > > > > > > > > > > Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm > > > > > > > > > > Are you actually using MultiViews? If you...
2016 Dec 27
2
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...restorecon -Rv /home >>> The man page for restorecon explicitly states it does not follow >>> symlinks, and it might not cross file system boundaries either, so make >>> sure they are not causing your issue. >> No symlinks. >> >>>> the owner is rgm:rgm, but the permissions is 755, not 711. >>> You have to make sure apache can access the whole path, meaning you need >>> at least o+x on all directories in the path. This is quite likely *not* >>> the case for /home/rgm. >> So I deleted the whole public_ht...
2016 Dec 28
2
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...witz wrote: >>>> On 12/27/2016 05:44 PM, John Fawcett wrote: >>>>> That error should be caused by having MultiViews options but incorrect >>>>> permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. >>>> I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change in >>>> behavior. >>>> >>>> Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm >>> Are you actually using MultiViews? If you don't need that option, maybe >>> the easiest thing is to take it out and see if the error mess...
2016 Dec 28
2
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...witz wrote: >>>> On 12/27/2016 05:44 PM, John Fawcett wrote: >>>>> That error should be caused by having MultiViews options but incorrect >>>>> permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. >>>> I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change in >>>> behavior. >>>> >>>> Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm >>> Are you actually using MultiViews? If you don't need that option, maybe >>> the easiest thing is to take it out and see if the error mess...
2015 Sep 10
3
rsync question
On 09/10/15, C Linus Hicks wrote: On 09/10/15, Robert Moskowitz wrote: ---------------- Quoted text ------------------------ Try this: rsync -ah --stats 192.168.192.2:/root/samba.PDC/ /home/rgm/data/htt/httnet/homebase/new/root/ --------------------- End Quote ---------------------------------- Sorry, I was too fast, not paying attention, you want this I believe: rsync -ah --stats root at 192.168.192.2:/root/samba.PDC/ /home/rgm/data&...
2007 Jul 15
4
Tired of temp induced shutdowns
...nel: ACPI: Critical trip point Jul 15 01:35:12 nc4010 kernel: Critical temperature reached (113 C), shutting down. Jul 15 01:35:12 nc4010 kernel: Critical temperature reached (55 C), shutting down. Jul 15 01:35:13 nc4010 shutdown[9847]: shutting down for system halt Jul 15 01:35:13 nc4010 gconfd (rgm-2904): Received signal 15, shutting down cleanly Jul 15 01:35:13 nc4010 gconfd (rgm-2904): Exiting What I would like to know is where are the threshholds stored? It would be nice if some alarm went off (like with low battery), giving me time to grab the blue-ice block out of the freezer (or at...
2015 Dec 23
4
C7 apache file access
Pulling out what little hair I have here, but stumbled onto a possible problem. I have a server running C6 apache that is set up with personal directories and no problem showing the files. You can see it at: medon.htt-consult.com/~rgm/pogo So I have a C7 apache server I am building. Files I create on the new server are listing fine. Files I have copied (with cp -avr ...) get permission error e.g.: [Wed Dec 23 12:32:49.359323 2015] [negotiation:error] [pid 3208] (13)Permission denied: [client 192.168.160.20:38708] AH00...
2015 Sep 11
2
rsync question
...Robert Moskowitz wrote: > > That will use the default port on the remote host, you can override > > that without specifying the -e if required using -p <port>. > > > $ rsync -ah --stats --delete -p 613 root at 192.168.129.2:/etc/dhcp/ > /home/rgm/data/htt/httnet/homebase/new/dhcp > Unexpected remote arg: root at 192.168.129.2:/etc/dhcp/ > rsync error: syntax or usage error (code 1) at main.c(1330) > [sender=3.1.1] > > So not there yet. :( From 'man rsync': -p, --perms This o...
2016 Dec 28
0
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...7;27/2016 05:44 PM, John Fawcett wrote: >>>>>> That error should be caused by having MultiViews options but >>>>>> incorrect >>>>>> permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. >>>>> I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change in >>>>> behavior. >>>>> >>>>> Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm >>>> Are you actually using MultiViews? If you don't need that option, >>>> maybe >>>> the easiest thing is to...
2008 Aug 08
4
vncserver on IPv6
http://www.realvnc.com/products/enterprise/4.1/ipv6.html IPv6 support in VNC Server E4.1.7/P4.1.2 VNC Server E4.1.7 & P4.1.2 are fully IPv6-aware, but is shipped with IPv6 support disabled by default, for security reasons. IPv6 can be enabled by setting "InTransports=IPv6,IPv4" (the default being IPv4 only), either on the command-line when
2016 Dec 28
0
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...>>>> On 12/27/2016 05:44 PM, John Fawcett wrote: >>>>>> That error should be caused by having MultiViews options but incorrect >>>>>> permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. >>>>> I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change in >>>>> behavior. >>>>> >>>>> Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm >>>> Are you actually using MultiViews? If you don't need that option, maybe >>>> the easiest thing is to take it out and s...
2015 Sep 10
1
rsync question
On 09/10/15, Robert Moskowitz wrote: ---------------- Quoted text ------------------------ I just tried the following: rsync -ah --stats "ssh -p613 -l root" 192.168.192.2:/root/samba.PDC/ /home/rgm/data/htt/httnet/homebase/new/root/ And it failed with: Unexpected remote arg: 192.168.192.2:/root/samba.PDC/ rsync error: syntax or usage error (code 1) at main.c(1330) [sender=3.1.1] I tried again with: rsync -ah --stats -e "ssh -p613 -l root"...
2016 Dec 27
0
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...;> >>> restorecon -Rv /home >> The man page for restorecon explicitly states it does not follow >> symlinks, and it might not cross file system boundaries either, so make >> sure they are not causing your issue. > > No symlinks. > >>> the owner is rgm:rgm, but the permissions is 755, not 711. >> You have to make sure apache can access the whole path, meaning you need >> at least o+x on all directories in the path. This is quite likely *not* >> the case for /home/rgm. > > So I deleted the whole public_html director...
2016 Dec 28
0
Help with httpd userdir recovery
...skowitz wrote: >>> >>> On 12/27/2016 05:44 PM, John Fawcett wrote: >>>> That error should be caused by having MultiViews options but incorrect >>>> permissions (711 instead of 755) on the directory. >>> I just did chmod -R 755 /home/rgm/public_html and no change in >>> behavior. >>> >>> Even tried chmod -R 755 /home/rgm >> Are you actually using MultiViews? If you don't need that option, maybe >> the easiest thing is to take it out and see if the error message >> changes...