Is there anyway to automate the following (all from one script):
Boot to single-user mode (or whatever is required)
reboot back to level 5 (or 3)
so that you can kick it off, go away,
come back an hour or so later and it'll
all be done (via IP)?
I just installed nagios on my Fedora 8 trough Yum. (standard repo's)
Now it seems that the rpm installs in different dir's than what you're
expected to do while installing from source.
Now it's quite hard to follow the official nagios manual, and i can't seem
to find modified ones.
What should I do?
Jari Marikainen wrote:
> I would like to forward incoming traffic from internet to
> "<195.198.111.x> port 80" to "<some other ip on the internet> port 80"
> in FC3 on the same interface.
I would try the DNAT/SNAT iptables targets, along the lines of:
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -d 195.198.111.x \
-j DNAT --to-destination 184.108.40.206
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -d 220.127.116.11 \
-j SNAT --to-source <your external IP address on this machine>
The second line makes the real server send it's replies through the same
path (otherwise it will reply directly to the client)
You have to enable/allow forwarding for everything to work.
Hello to everybody, and greetings from Croatia (Europe)...
I need help...
Model of laptop: Toshiba Satellite P200-10C
My integrated bluetooth wont work, unless I do the following:
1. I start laptop with Windows Vista
2. I restart from Vista to Fedora
Each time I do this, bluetooth works fine. But, if I turn off computer,
and start it again directly to Fedora, bluetooth wont work, and system
wont recognize any bluetooth device.
I have described this problem on Fedora forum, also, but nobody answered
my question so far, even I have posted that post month ago.
Here is the link to that post:
If anybody knows how to handle this problem, I'll be very appreciated...
Also, my combination of pressing Fn + (F1-F9) wont work either...
During boot, I keep getting this error message: "USB 1-2: device not
accepting address 2, error -62"
Since I'm having problems getting my LG phone to connect via USB cable,
and it occupies a zone 2 address, is this part of the problem?? Thanks,
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..the Sin of Ignorance, and the Sin of Stupidity.
Only the former may be overcome." R.I.P. Dad.
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I have just got a Palm Z22. I would like to use it with jpilot under
F8 with the latest updates. I set the device to 'usb:' in jpilot. It
seems to work as root but not with a normal user! Some permissions?
What should I check?
don't know if this was already answered. If so ... sorry
I installed Fedora 8 with apache running.
What is happening is that I can access the Apache Fedora test page if I
use "localhost" as the address, BUT if I use 127.0.0.1 (or it's LAN IP)
I receive a Bad Request "Your browser sent a request that this server
could not understand."
Any idea why ?
This happens right after installation, without changing any config file.
now that my Fedora 8 is fully set up, I notice periodical short
hangs of the Desktop, making its use quite uncomfortable. `top` tells me
that the X and Nautilus processes are eating up to 30% of CPU every
15-20sec approximately (I can hear some disk activity as well).
Sensors applets are configured to poll on a longer period basis so it's
probably not them. No cron activity has been set. Anyway, I was running
the same applets with my Fedora Core 5 and GNOME and never encountered
such behaviour before.
For the record, nautilus-action is installed and there are few mounts
(USB disks) visible onto the Desktop. I've tried closing all apps (but
GNOME Desktop) and this still happens.
Anybody has this too? Or any hint?