Category: Server Management Service

Windows PSExec error code 20

This article will guide you on methods to resolve #PsExec #errors. Also you will learn common mistakes made when executing PsExec #commands.

PsExec is a light-weight telnet-replacement that lets you execute processes on other systems, complete with full interactivity for console #applications, without having to manually install #client #software. PsExec's most powerful uses include launching interactive command-prompts on remote systems and remote-enabling tools like #IpConfig that otherwise do not have the ability to show information about remote #systems.

curl 9 Server denied you to change to the given directory

This article will guide you on steps to fix curl 9 Server denied you to change to the given directory. This #curl #error occurs when we are denied access to the resource given in the URL.

Curl is a #command line tool and library which implements protocols like #HTTP, #HTTPS, FTP and so on. Curl also supports HTTPS protocol which is secure version of the HTTP.

curl is a widely used because of its ability to be flexible and complete complex tasks. For example, you can use curl for things like user authentication, HTTP post, #SSL connections, proxy support, FTP uploads, and more! You can also do simple things with curl, such as #download web pages and web images.

Ansible Playbook to Install WordPress with LAMP

This article will guide you on the step to follow to use #Ansible Playbook to install #WordPress with #LAMP on #Ubuntu 18.04.

In Ansible, the role is the primary mechanism for breaking a #playbook into multiple files. This simplifies writing complex #playbooks, and it makes them easier to reuse. The breaking of playbook allows you to logically break the playbook into reusable components.

To start using Ansible:

1. Prerequisites.

2. Install Ansible.

3. Establish a manual connection to a managed node.

4. Run your first network Ansible command.

5. Create and run your first network Ansible Playbook.

6. Gathering facts from network devices.

Install imagemagick on CentOS

This article will guide you on steps to #install #ImageMagick and fix its errors. Basically, ImageMagick is used to manipulate the digital images.

ImageMagick helps to create, edit, compose, or convert #bitmap images. It can read and write images in a variety of formats (over 200) including #PNG, JPEG, GIF, HEIC, TIFF, DPX, EXR, WebP, Postscript, PDF, and #SVG.

To install ImageMagick from the source:

1. First #download the latest version of the program sources - ImageMagick.

2. Unzip the package to a folder of choice.

3. In the folder where you have unzipped ImageMagick run the configuration script.

4. If no errors were found, you can start the install process.

RoundCube CONNECTION FAILED Database Error

This article will guide you on the different methods to fix Database Error: Connection Failed error shows up due to database errors or #PHP #errors. 

Establishing a Database Connection #Error basically means that for some reason or another the PHP code was unable to connect to your #MySQL database to retrieve the information it needs to fully build that page. That's why the error is always shown on a blank page because there is no information about your site as it is not connected to your database.

Establishing a Database Connection Error Occur due to:

1. Incorrect Login Credentials.

2. Corrupt #Database

Exim error 53 How to fix it

This article will guide you on how to fix Exim #error #53 which occurs as a result of #database corruption or due to any server related #problems. 

If you find the following error in your EXIM logs, it means that your EXIM #databases could be corrupted.

defer (-53): retry time not reached for any host

The fix is to rebuild exim #databases. To rebuild #exim databases you can run the following commands as root:

/usr/sbin/exim_tidydb -t 1d /var/spool/exim retry > /dev/null

/usr/sbin/exim_tidydb -t 1d /var/spool/exim reject > /dev/null

/usr/sbin/exim_tidydb -t 1d /var/spool/exim wait-remote_smtp > /dev/null

/scripts/eximup --force