In Centos 7 tftpd will not work with selinux. Clients will not be able to connect and this is all you'll see in the log (then nothing more):
Sep 18 14:39:15 localhost xinetd: START: tftp pid=4331 from=192.168.1.65
On the client/computer side you will see this:
PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel Boot Agent
Basically the client is being instantly connected and bloc........
In Firefox I cannot connect to any website, proxy is disabled and outside network access is confirmed, no system or manual proxy was set on this Linux Mint/Ubuntu system. Normally this can be caused by proxy or DNS problems and the weird thing is that traceroute and ping to other IPs worked fine but even connecting to sites by IP was not working.
The connection was reset
The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading.........
1.) My screensaver would take a long time to disable after hitting a key.
2.) Usually errors like below will follow.
3.) Compiz sometimes uses 100% or high CPU
4.) My window controls will disable (eg. the minimize, maximize and close buttons).
It seems like Compiz or appearance/effects disable themselves. Re-enabling Desktop Effects under Appearance temporarily fixes it.
5.) high load in general from things like "Migration" pr........
Within vi if you can't exit /etc/vim/vimrc you can type
And to turn it back on:
Many of us have a dark/black background in our terminal/shell making the default syntax unreadable, the solution is to either turn off syntax highlighting with :syntax off or to enable a special option in /etc/vim/vimrc
The "syntax on" enables the highligh........
Basically you should always be 100% sure that whatever IPyour mail server sends out with has reverse DNS/PTR records. Remember that unless you own your IPs then you won't be able to set your own reverse DNS. Even if you were to create a reverse PTR record on your DNS servers it will be ignored. Reverse DNS is queried to pre-assigned DNS servers of your ISP, so therefore you'll need to contact your ISP/Colo/Hosting provider to do a reverse DNS entry.
If you don't have........
Put what you see below into your .htaccessand it will enable errors and notices. (change on to off and 1 to 0 to disable though)
php_flag display_startup_errors on
php_flag display_errors on
php_flag html_errors on
Now you'll be able to see errors and notices but this should really only be used for debugging purposes and only temporarily as it can be a security issue since errors can reveal information you wouldn't want hacker........