Re: Re: RE: Sending a simple mail from debian slug
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- Subject: Re: Re: RE: Sending a simple mail from debian slug
- From: "Rainer H. Rauschenberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2012 16:38:34 +0100 (CET)
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On Sat, 15 Dec 2012, Tobias Wagner wrote:
> So I followed the hint from John Winters and did "dpkg-reconfigure
It would be really helpful if you could tell exactly how you
> After finishing I got an errormessage like "paniclog not empty - mail system
> may be broken".
Would be helpful to see whats in /var/log/exim4/paniclog .
> Frustrated I logged off and today I cannot connect via ssh with putty anymore.
> I get "network error - connection refused". I tried using telnet but putty
> just exits without any message.
Telnet shouldn't be running normally. Would be good to know what else
you've got installed (fail2ban or sth similar?).
> I rebooted the NSLU2 of course.
> I can ping it successfully and a web frontend
> installed on it is also available.
> I would be happy to get help here.
You can read (and write to) the filesystem of your slug when you pull out
the usb-stick where you installed debian (after shutdown ...) and mount it
on a pc with linux (a live-system or a virtual machine will also do).
But without knowing what exactly you did before it will not be easy to get
an idea how to repair.