Just some quick notes on how I went about getting International Dialing working with my personal FreePBX server and a Twilio Elastic SIP Trunk. Twilio requires E.164 formatted numbers so both the outbound route and the outbound trunk must be configured to handle both local US and international numbers
Had to rig up this one-liner to un-screw a situation were logrotate was configured to rotate and compress all files in a directory, including ones that had already been rotated and compressed; this sort of configuration lead to gzip'ed gzip files like this: error_log-20141109.gz-20141111.gz-20141113.gz-20141115.gz-20141117.gz-20141119.
From Github Issues Page When using the latest version of raxmon (a.k.a. Rackspace Monitoring CLI) you might get the following error: $ raxmon-entities-list Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin/raxmon-entities-list", line 23, in
run_action(None, None, 'entities', 'list',
The development versions of salt-cloud and the libcloud project from the Apache Foundation recently added support for deploying RackConnected instances on the Rackspace Public Cloud. Here's how to get it up and running on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. NOTE: These instructions assume that you already have a salt-master server configured
Some Perl module hacking to allow you to use the bind97 packages on CentOS 5 with cPanel. First removing the normal bind packages and installing the bind97 ones: cp -Rf /var/named/ /var/named-$(date +%s) yum remove bind bind-utils bind-devel bind-libs caching-nameserver yum install install bind97 bind97-libs bind97-utils bind97-devel