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I experienced the same problem, but on Debian 8.4 (Jessie). Like the above, the solution was the IPTables flush script as listed at http://insanelabs.net/linux/linux-reset-iptables-firewall-rules/. Though iptables reported no rules, there must have been some "hidden" rules, or otherwise a bug in iptables itself. I am reporting this bug to the Debian ...


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It is likely that an older libpcre3 is installed and satisfies the dependency in the php7.0 package, but only the newer library package provides pcre_jit_stack_free. If this is the case, do an apt-get install libpcre3, and you’re good to go. Ref.: https://github.com/oerdnj/deb.sury.org/issues/372


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Try to check your nginx's www.conf file and make sure the socket path is correct and socket file is present at that location while these services are running. ie, /var/run/php/php7.0-fpm.sock or /dev/shm/php-fpm-www.sock try to start php-fpm from init.d /etc/init.d/php-7.0.0-fpm start and check your php.ini file also add the following to the end of ...


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Shutting down apache2 first before installing nginx should fix this problem.


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Isn't the compiler at /usr/bin/cc - maybe your path to the compiler is incorrect. What does which cc show?


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Then just stop apache service sudo service apache2 stop and remove it from autostart with sudo update-rc.d -f apache2 remove Not sure if that is, what you wanted... Also to list current processes listening on port 80 or 8000: lsof -i :80 or lsof -i :8000


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The server_name argument needs to be set to whatever you access that server by in a web browser. This is so that on a server in where NGINX runs many sites at once for many domains (not just one) it knows which configuration to use for replying to requests. If my server has a DNS record of foo.bar.baz pointing to it somewhere but it also has foobar.bar.baz,...


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In my case the error is the server has IPv6 disabled. Solution: Edit /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/default and comment IPv6 out: listen [::]:80 default_server; Reinstall nginx: apt purge nginx apt autoremove apt install nginx


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After doing quite a lot of research, it seems that Athlon X2 64 4200+ is not capable of pushing 720p video at 30 frame rate at veryfast/faster preset. I need something stronger to maintain the transmission, so the CPU need to have more power.


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just edit the metainfo: https://build.opensuse.org/project/meta/home:ssalil replace 'standard' to 'universe'. It should work ;-)



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