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You can look up what a failed status of PHP mail() means here: http://php.net/manual/en/function.mail.php Returns TRUE if the mail was successfully accepted for delivery, FALSE otherwise. The false return value indicates the mail was not accepted for delivery by your MTA. On a local Linux server, if you've done no other configuration changes, PHP ...


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Seems to me the error is not in LDAP, but in automatically creating home directories of new users. According to the Debian wiki: Include this in /etc/pam.d/common-session if you want to automatically create home directories when users first login: session required pam_mkhomedir.so skel=/etc/skel umask=0022 Note that looping back to login ...


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Your error message is caused by sudo being owned by deployer, in addition, the rights are set incorrectly. To fix the permissions, try something like chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo, as you own sudo currently. To fix the ownership, you need to run chown root:root /usr/bin/sudo ...but you might need to be root for that. Unless you have +s set on /bin/chown, and ...


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The problem is that software RAID only replicates the partitions, not the MBR, so if you re-install grub you need to make sure that you install it to both drives. You also need to make sure that, when you install grub to the second drive, you configure it as if it were the first drive (so that if the first drive fails you can disconnect it and the second ...


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I have never had any problems moving a hard disc from 1 machine to another machine. And I do this regularly. I do tend to try to match the new system with the old system though (ie. same brand but a newer model). If applicable there is 1 concern and that is the display driver. If you use nVidia/AMD drivers and move to AMD/nVidia I suggest removing that ...


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There's a restund, a relatively young and very promising project.


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It will run, but it is hard to install any os without a graphics card for use during the installation. It can be done so long as you boot an ubuntu image with ssh-server installed. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/OverSSH If you are not running X, IMO, it is pointless to run a desktop, just do a minimal install or perhaps a server ...


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Some BIOSes have a Wake on Power facility. Your hardware needs to support it. It is not a software setting as far as I know.


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According to cron manual: When executing commands, any output is mailed to the owner of the crontab (or to the user named in the MAILTO environment variable in the crontab, if such exists) If you want to stop mail alert, you should redirect standard output and standard error. So you should modify your cron file as: @hourly ...



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