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Spelling and protocol are not correct so it should be : https://openbittorrent.com or you can simply google openbitorrent and it will correct its spelling.
The site is having some issues or you have misspelled the domain: openbittoRRent.com
To block all sites with hosts.deny you should put ALL: ALL in your /etc/hosts.deny file. But there are some better ways to do this, for example: Using a firewall like iptables, with firewall you can block all HTTP, HTTPS, whatever traffic you want and allow it for some spacial IP, domain, etc. Read this: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/212233/...
You can use netcat to test this: if nc -z remote.host.example.com 22; then echo "Connection to TCP/22 succeeded" else echo "Connection to TCP/22 failed" fi
Well you have the service running in port 5000, you want to show,proxy you service that is in 127.0.0.1:5000 or in mywebsite.com:5000 to a subdomain or domain like osrm.mywebsite.com or myosrmwebsite.com You'll need to enable mod_proxy in Apache2 first. So run these commands as root, or sudo: a2enmod proxy a2enmod proxy_http Edit your hosts file nano /...
Looks like a bug in apt 1.2. I could resolve this by adding the following lines to /etc/apt/apt.conf as suggested here: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=810796 Acquire::http::No-Cache true; Acquire::http::Pipeline-Depth 0;
The mentioned error has nothing to do with firewall. I have faced with it both in Ubuntu and Windows. Based on my experience (3 installation), the only way to get rid of this error is to just cancel installation and starting it again and again. To be more in safe margin, configure wine for Windows XP compatibility. Best of luck
You can connect to remote server through proxy by openvpn command line options like this: sudo openvpn --config /path/to/config-file.ovpn --http-proxy proxy_server_addr port Or if proxy uses socks: sudo openvpn --config /path/to/config-file.ovpn --socks-proxy proxy_server_addr port If proxy server requiers authentication, the console prompt you to ...
First, you should extract the contents of the file.deb using dpkg -x and dpkg -e. Then you should create the file.udeb using debhelper. Debhelper knows the special properties of the file.udeb and will do the right thing by default at build time. Edited June-01-2016: Dpkg-deb is Debian package archive (.deb) manipulation tool. dpkg-deb -x, --extract ...
Based on the scenario Alexandre needs a VPN device/server that is on the public internet. locale machine makes tunnel <==> VPN Server <==> remote machine makes tunne| Once both machines are tunneled into the VPN device, they can see each other, and he can do the work he wants. Another answer is for Alexandre is to open up Tunneling using his ...
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