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Set java classes pathview story

http://www.unix.com – I add some new java jar files in the old project, how can I edit the class path? How can I compile all the java classes by just type 'C':o (HowTos)

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How do I upgrade AIX 7.1.0.3 to 7.1.3.3 without using NIMserver??view story

http://www.unix.com – Hello Everyone. I am trying to upgrade one of my servers which is AIX 7.1.0.3 to AIX 7.1.3.3. (HowTos)

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Postfix - mynetworks listing optionsview story

http://serverfault.com – I am setting up Postfix to relay mail for our internal devices that do not support authentication. We will have a number of devices. Is there an easier way to list out devices vs. just listing them separated by a comma? This list may become rather long over time with different subnets. (HowTos)

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IIS FTP stopped accepting connections after instance reboot, 421 Service not avaialble errorview story

http://serverfault.com – IIS FTP server stopped accepting connections, returning a "421 Service not available, remote server has closed connection." error message after the instance was rebooted. The problem does not appear to be a firewall issue. I had set up an IIS FTP server on an EC2 instance running Windows Server 2012 R2, IIS version 8.5. My client just wanted plain FTP. (HowTos)

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Problem with TL and mp64view story

http://www.unix.com – Code: lppchk -v lppchk:  The following filesets need to be installed or corrected to bring     the system to a consistent state:   bos.mp64 7.1.2.1                        (BROKEN) I have the fileset bos.mp64 in a directory but if try to reinstall give me this error. Code: installp -ac -Y  -d . (HowTos)

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[all variants] Basic DDNS setup updating IP but cant connect/pingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi everyone! I've been attempting to put the ddns working in my test server, which is a ubuntu server vm using NAT. (Hardware)

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Debian 7.7 Is Out with Security Fixesview story

http://spd.rss.ac – The Debian project project has announced that Debian 7.7 "Wheezy" is now out and available for download. This is the regular maintenance update, but it packs quite a few important fixes. Debian gets regular major updates for the distribution, but if you already have it installed and you keep it up to date you won't need to do anything extra. (IT news)

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Elive Is an Interesting Debian-Based Distro with a Beautiful Enlightenment Desktop – Galleryview story

http://spd.rss.ac – Elive, a Linux distribution based on Debian which uses the Enlightenment desktop environment to provide a unique user experience, has just reached version 2.3.9 Beta and it's ready for testing. The Elive operating system is a little different from what you would expect from an operating system. In fact, the expression "unique user experience" is not in vain. (IT news)

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How To Find GPG Keys In Encrypted File With Out Decrypting it?view story

http://www.unix.com – Hello All, Is there a way to determine how many public keys are embedded or used to encrypt in a GPG file with out decrypting the actual encrypted file. I know i can see the keys & email id's used when we decrypt it, but curious to find a command if any to know with out decrypting the actual file as i am not able to find when i googled it. appreciate your help. Thank you. (HowTos)

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Is cache exists nginx [duplicate]view story

http://serverfault.com – This question is an exact duplicate of: Debug Nginx caching 1 answer I'm trying to set up debugging header Is-From-Cache, but I don't know how to detect if cache exists and nginx is taking it. May there is some kind of bulit-in variable $is_cache_exists? (HowTos)

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Download Archlinux Repoview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – mariosangiorgio wrote:Well, if you just take a snapshot of the  current state of the repository you're losing the advantage of having libraries always updated, aren't you?Yes, but you would need to tell that to the rest of his team. nstgc https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=80367 2014-10-20T21:26:58Z (HowTos)

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Ubuntu 15.04 Is Called Vivid Vervetview story

http://spd.rss.ac – One of Mark Shuttleworth's privileges is to decide what the code name for upcoming Ubuntu versions is. It's usually a real animal and now it's a monkey whose name starts with V and, as usual, it's probably a species you’ve never heard of before. With very few exceptions, some of the names chosen for Ubuntu releases send the older users to the Encyclopedia Britannica and the new ones to Google. (IT news)