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Please do note, that using Telnet is insecure because the communication is not encrypted, your passwords and all other data will be transmitted as clear texts. Use Secure Shell (SSH) instead avoiding Telnet. To Enable Telnet Install the Telnet server with sudo apt-get install xinetd telnetd The service should be fired-up automatically once the ...


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Open terminal and run: sudo apt-get install xinetd telnetd The Telnet service is started automatically once the installation is done. And you can either run telnet serverip or use a Telnet client (PuTTy, SecureCRT, etc.) to access this server. To change the port (default is 23), edit the /etc/services file with your favorite text editor. Find out and ...


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As the output of ls -ld node suggests the node directory is owned by user nikos (and group nikos), not by root with a permission of 700. As a result being user nikos you you have read, write, execute permission in that directory. Also note that sudo chmod -R 0700 myfolder does not change the ownership to root, it simply sets the permission bits as 0700 as ...


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You shouldn't have messed with the pre-existing lo (loopback) interface: you need to revert that to # interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ifdown(8) auto lo iface lo inet loopback and then add your external static interface, for example auto em1 iface em1 inet static address 192.168.1.120 netmask 255.255.255.0 network 192.168.1.0 gateway 192.168.1.1 ...


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There isn't any special ssh elastic cloud compute sauce! Rather, each newly created user needs a separate ssh directory and authorized key file. First, from you EC2 server, switch to your newly create user account ('foo' in this example): su foo Next, create an SSH directory for foo and set permissions: mkdir .ssh && chmod 700 .ssh ...


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Step One—Root Login: Once you know your IP address and root password, login as the main user, root. ssh root@123.45.67.890 Step Two—Add Webmin to APT repository: Edit the /etc/apt/sources.list file on your system and add the following lines. Open the file with nano: nano /etc/apt/sources.list Press [Page Down] button on the keyboard to reach to the ...


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It seems your configuration lacks a port 80 forwarding from your router to 1.1.1.1:80.


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I think your rewrite rule is written upside down. You currently rewrite URLs from the form rest/myrequest to index.php?request=myrequest. I don't understand clearly what you want to achieve, but if you want to rewrite urls like /myrequest to /rest/index.php?request=myrequest, you should wrote: RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ /rest/index.php?request=$1 [QSA,NC,L] ...


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When reconfiguring a package with dpkg-reconfigure, you can choose between the dialog interface and a text-based readline interface on the command line using the -f or --frontend switch, e.g. sudo dpkg-reconfigure -f readline tzdata Alternatively, you can change the default frontend by reconfiguring the debconf package itself. From man dpkg-reconfigure: ...


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You can use tool called apticron to notify you when new updates are available. It sends you e-mail about pending upgrades, also giving you a choice to only send you e-mail about updates not previously notified. To setup apticron edit /etc/apticron/apticron.conf and change line containing e-mail address: EMAIL="admin@example.com" Enter the e-mail ...


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Try clearing the DISPLAY environment variable. bash$ export DISPLAY= Then try again. That is what I just did to make this work on Ubuntu Server 15.04, because I had X running on the host I was logging in from.


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your postfix deliver mail locally to procmail. That is postfix status status=sent but your procmail is not configured properly or have some errors and can not deliver mails. Do: sudo dpkg-reconfigure postfix 1) Choose 'Internet with smarthost' (recommended) to use another mail server for relaying mail or 'Internet Site' 2) Enter system mail name ...


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Usually MTA identifies itself in SMTP greeting message. You may use telnet 127.0.0.1 25 to get SMTP greeting message. Other steps are MTA type dependent (exim/postfix/sendmail).


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First of all you have some extra garbage in /etc/fstab - the string to your /etc/fstab after the last 0 does not belong there. If your router allows you to password-protect your share that do that and consult the official ubuntu wiki page about how to store that password in your /etc/fstab


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A complete article is located at Digital Ocean Community web Site. Please go through the steps in the mentioned article to make your web site on your server browsable from the Internet. All the steps are as follow: Basic setup; Installing LAMP (Linux. Apache, MySQL, PHP); Setup your DNS (Domain name). There are also some great articles about ...



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