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    • Conceptual Article

      How to Choose a Linux Distribution

      There are many Linux distributions available, each with their own maintainers, some backed by commercial providers and some not. For the purpose of running a cloud server, there are a few you should be aware of.
      8 days agoBy Alex GarnettLinux BasicsUbuntuArch LinuxConceptualFedoraRocky Linux
    • Question

      client_loop: send disconnect: Broken pipe

      On Fedora 36 after setting selinux to enforce and restart server I cannot enter to ssh, but web server works. I checked many solutions like ServerAliveInterval , ClientAliveInterval etc, but no solution. Is there any ...
      1 answer15 days agoBy kakhavkFedora
    • Tutorial

      How To Install Java on CentOS, Rocky Linux, RHEL, and Fedora

      This tutorial will show you how to install Java on current versions of RPM-based Linux distributions: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Fedora, and Rocky Linux. Java is a popular programming language and software plat...
      3 months agoBy Alex Garnett, Mitchell AnicasRocky LinuxInteractiveJavaCentOSFedora
    • Question

      Can all DigitalOcean repositories be removed from my Droplet?

      I am creating a Reseller service, and I have few things left to finish it, I already have my own metric collector (with python), and now I want to remove the DigitalOcean repositories that are found when I create a dr...
      1 answer7 months agoBy facufernandez974DigitalOcean DropletsUbuntuFedoraCentOSDebian
    • Question

      Experiencing this error - ssh: connect to host xxx.xx.xxx.xx port 22: Operation timed out

      I’m not able to access my droplet via ssh with the command ssh user@xxx.xx.xxx.xxIt returns a port 22: Operation timed out error. I used to be able to access it without any problems but haven’t access it in several we...
      Accepted Answer: The issue turned out to be related to the firewall setup. My local public IP was missing from the firewall setting.
      3 answers9 months agoBy Oli GueiFedoraDigitalOcean Droplets
    • Question

      MYSQL CentOS vs FreeBSD vs Fedora

      I want to setup a mysql 8 with MyRocks engine and build from source with my custom parameters. Is there any recommendation on which linux / unix distro would have better performances ? CentOS streamFreeBSDFedora 34
      1 answer11 months agoBy stubfeedMySQLDatabasesCentOSFreeBSDFedora
    • Question

      vendor and preset disabled

      sudo systemctl status httpd -l --no-pager ● httpd.service - The Apache HTTP Server Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/httpd.service; disabled; vendor preset: disabled) Active: active (running) since Wed 2021-0...
      1 answer1 year agoBy Edgar BriceñoUbuntuCentOSApacheDebianFedora
    • Question

      Fedora 33 -- how to persist DNS settings via /etc/resolv.conf?

      I’m having issues with DNS on my Droplet. It cannot connect to outside servers, even ping doesn’t work. Not even dnf update. So I followed an earlier suggestion found in this forum to persist the resolv.conf file. I c...
      5 answers1 year agoBy Nearly NormalFedoraNetworkingLinux BasicsDNS
    • Question

      Fedora 33 with Nginx - This site can't be reached

      I am a long time user of Digital Ocean, I have managed multiple droplets regularly using CentOS or Ubuntu. So I decided today to use a Fedora 33 instance and install Nginx. So I did everything as always, my domain is ...
      1 answer2 years agoBy Jose VillalobosNginxFedora
    • Question

      Unable to SFTP into my Fedora 33 droplet; SSH works fine

      I have created a user and I am able to ssh into it using my key in my msys2 terminal just fine. I have a copy of this key with a .ppk extension to allow for FileZilla to use it as well. Is there some setting I’m missi...
      2 answers2 years agoBy jimmio92Fedora
    • Question

      Update version of Fedora

      I have a droplet that is still running Fedora 28. Can I update to a current version on that droplet or do I need to make a new droplet and shut down the old one?
      1 answer2 years agoBy hooverdnFedora
    • Question

      How to allow user to upload data on specific folder in RHEl 7

      I have a scenario where users wants to upload images on specific folder (very long path) on the server. There is no FTP server installed? what is the best way to achieve this scenario.
      1 answer2 years agoBy Shaik MusthaqFedoraLinux Basics
    • Tutorial

      How To Troubleshoot Common Apache Errors

      There are three main commands, and a set of common log locations that you can use to get started troubleshooting Apache errors. Generally when you are troubleshooting Apache, you will use these commands in the order i...
      2 years agoBy Jamon CamissoApacheUbuntuCentOSDebianFedora
    • Question

      How to create a droplet with an ignition script larger than 64kb?

      Hello, I am trying to install OpenShift on Fedora CoreOS machines.I uploaded the image from https://getfedora.org/coreos/download?tab=cloud_operators&stream=stable and generated my ignition files with the openshift-in...
      1 answer2 years agoBy Maxime ChambreuilCoreOSFedoraKubernetes
    • Question

      What will happen after EOL of CoreOS?

      Hi, since our company is currently relying heavily on CoreOS and the EOL will come next week, I wanted to know what will happen further on, how far has the implementation of the successor “Fedora CoreOS” on your side ...
      Accepted Answer: Hi @zomilanovic , Once CoreOS Container Linux has reached its end of life, we will only allow creates via the API for a 30 day period after which we will effectively “retire” the image. If you will need to create a Dr...
      2 answers2 years agoBy zomilanovicCoreOSContainerFedora
    • Question

      Upgrading Fedora release of a Droplet

      I have multiple droplets running an old version (F27) of Fedora. For my non-cloud (e.g. , my own laptop and home servers) systems, I just run through the upgrade-in-place mechanism (fedup-that-was) after making a back...
      1 answer2 years agoBy GenghisKenDigitalOceanFedora
    • Question

      Non root user unable to login with ssh key

      I have had several droplets in the past and not had this problem before. I have copied an existing ssh key to a new droplet (Fedora 31) and am able to login via ssh key without issue with root. When I copy another key...
      Accepted Answer: Hi @pashioz , Let’s first being with the usual stuff, I know you mentioned you’ve actually checked the permissions and other stuff like that but let me post how they should be just in case: Your home directory ~, your...
      1 answer2 years agoBy pashiozSecurityFedora
    • Question

      Erro when run "docker run"

      docker: Error response from daemon: OCI runtime create failed: container_linux.go:345: starting container process caused “process_linux.go:430: container init caused “write /proc/self/attr/keycreate: permission denied...
      Accepted Answer: It sounds like it might be selinux that’s causing the problem for you. Check this guide here: http://jaormx.github.io/2018/selinux-and-docker-notes/ Also what is the exact docker run command that you are using?
      1 answer3 years agoBy klayrocha531f2ed4e2d5ff406Fedora
    • Question

      How frequently are default droplet images updated (Fedora 31)?

      Hi, Fedora 31 was released on the 29th of October but is not yet available as an option for droplet creation. I appreciate Fedora have a fairly frequent update pattern of six monthly updates and it’s not always easy t...
      No answers yet3 years agoBy Ben FairlessFedora
    • Question

      Why is reverse proxy is not working with nginx?

      I have spun up a Fedora box, and am running a golang server at port 8080. I am trying to setup nginx reverse proxy on that application so that I can access it through port 80. If you want to skip reading the whole que...
      Accepted Answer: setsebool httpd_can_network_connect on -P Please follow more informationhttps://stackoverflow.com/a/24830777/9848490
      1 answer3 years agoBy Santosh KumarNginxGoDeploymentFedoraCentOS