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use the --dry-run, -s, --simulate, --just-print, --recon, --no-act argument and it won't actually do anything, it'll just tell you what it would do: From the apt-get man page -s, --simulate, --just-print, --dry-run, --recon, --no-act No action; perform a simulation of events that would occur but do not actually change the system. ...


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If you want to access the guest from outside the host you need to use "bridged adaptor". This will give an independent IP for the guest. Have a look at this useful post: How do I access Ubuntu server running in VirtualBox from outside


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Basically, Squid is a proxy server and web cache daemon. It has a wide variety of uses, from speeding up a web server by caching repeated requests; to caching web, DNS and other computer network lookups for a group of people sharing network resources; to aiding security by filtering traffic. A very great step by step tutorial could be find here ...


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The shell command you're trying to execute will run with the permissions of the process running the PHP binary ( I.e. apache , etc...) When you're logged in via putty/ssh, the kill command has your permissions. Unless you suexec the PHP /apache or are trying to kill a process owned by the same user as that running the PHP/apache, you're not going to have ...


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Just want to clarify a couple of things here Openstack is a cloud platform (like AWS), nothing to do with what you are looking at. Landscape itself (which can be installed quite easily on one machine) may be a fit for what you are attempting in "patch management". I use it for my home systems, for example. I'm guessing that what you are wanting there is ...


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The safest place to get the software you seek would be from the Ubuntu Repositories (as for PHP and Apache, Security Patches are applied by the Security Team to all the releases where a security issue exists), or directly from the upstream projects by downloading the source code in a tarball and compiling it. On Ubuntu, the PPAs from Ondrej for the PHP ...



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