|errr||jdk: which ftpd are you using?|
|errr||hm, Ive only used vsftpd, when you run service proftpd status is it running?|
|jdk||yeh i can connect via localhost|
|errr||you sure iptables isnt running?|
service iptables status
|jdk||Firewall is stopped.|
|Tini||Hi guys :-p|
|jdk||anyone have any clue why /etc/service port won't bind|
on all ops
it only binds on localhost
|bobn_||which '/etc/service port'|
|fiftycal||I'm trying to upgrade a colo'd box from Centps 3.4 to 4.0. Every other time I've done this I've just re-installed from install DVDs, and kept my data partitions. I'd like to do this without having to drive over there... what would be the recommended way to do this?|
|so_||fiftycal, the cdrom/dvd method is the suggested one, but there have been a few articles about this, let me see if I can find one|
fiftycal, one method: http://www.karan.org/blog/index.php/2005/06/15/p35
|fiftycal||no worries, I've seen those articles.... scary stuff|
can I dl the isos, mount them, and then install frm that media? or is that even worse?
oops... I lied, this one I haven;t seen before. I'll read through. Thanks!
|jdk||it connects not but i get Connection Reset by Peer(10054)|
weird it connect when i use local host
|kory||i do a mistake, I delete the folder /var/www|
how can I repair my mistake, I need to install CMS
for example Xoops
My OS is Centos
hey! no bady?
no body has a answer?
|z00dax||kory: do you have httpd installed ?|
|kory||yes, before my mistake I have installed httpd, mysql, php|
|z00dax||do this: rpm -e --nodeps httpd; yum install httpd|
type that exactly like that and select yes when prompted byyum
|kory||i put this comand, yum -y install httpd|