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Looks like it can't create the log file. Check the permissions of /var/log folder. It should be ls -l /var/ drwxrwxr-x 18 root syslog 4096 Mar 6 14:30 log If it doesn't look like the first starting with the drwxrwxr-x, change the permissions to the folder by typing in the following: sudo chmod 775 /var/log Run the cron job again.


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If you install Webmin, and still have Ubuntu root password disabled, you won't be able to log in to the Webmin webpage, as the Webmin root login will be disabled too. To fix this, you need to manually change the Webmin root password. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WebminWithoutARootAccount


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Log file location On servers, OpenVPN is usually run as a system service, i.e., started with the --daemon option. According to the OpenVPN man page, using the --daemon [progname] option has the following effect: Become a daemon after all initialization functions are completed. This option will cause all message and error output to be sent to the ...


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In my case, the passwd file was missing, which was causing the exim4 to panic. I added a new user, and that added the file, with the proper permissions, and the content exim expects to be there. It seems that exim needs at least one local user, and that domain had all forwarding users. Once I added a local user with a password, the errors stopped. Your ...


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Here my trick. With this command I append reports of free, vmstat and top into txt files every 5s. watch -n 5 'free -mt >> free-report.txt && vmstat -S M >> vm-report.txt && top -b -n1 >> top-report.txt'



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