SELinux is blocking connections from Amavis back into itself: no way in/out?

Running a fresh CentOS8 install here, MTA is Postfix with Amavis hooked in. I want to have Amavis inject messages from ORIGINATING (incoming submissions from port 587/Postfix through 10026/Amavis) back into Amavis (port 10024) after (internal) DKIM signing. But port 10024 has already been assigned for listening for incoming smtp connections from 25/Postfix, so I…

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Windows: How to fix broken permission-inheritance?

On our network-shares, we have all kinds of broken permission-inheritance. Just one example: The folder “D:\Shares\PublicRelations” has full access for the groups “PublicRelations” and “HR” (both with full inheritance set). But the folder “D:\Shares\PublicRelations\SomeTopic” lacks the inherited permissions for the group “HR”, even though inheritance is active. This probably happened, when someone added “HR” to…

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mod_wsgi/3.4 (internal dummy connection)

In a similar fashion to Apache internal dummy connections, I sometimes get these requests every second about mod_wsgi whereas I’m currently using no project with mod_wsgi (still the module is enabled in Apache because I’ll use it soon): example.com:80 ::1 – – [02/Jan/2020:11:41:33 +0100] “OPTIONS * HTTP/1.0” 200 125 “-” “Apache/2.4.7 (Ubuntu) PHP/… mod_python/3.3.1 Python/2.7.6…

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jquery how check an element has hover or not

I want to check status of hover of an element, however on this line I receive an error: if ($(this).nextAll(‘ul:first’).is(‘:hover’)) This is the error : Error: Syntax error, unrecognized expression: unsupported pseudo: hover What is the solution? $(“.sf-with-ul”).hover(function() { $(this).nextAll(‘ul:first’).css({ “display”: “block” }); $(this).nextAll(‘ul:first’).removeClass(“fadeOutDownSmall”); $(this).nextAll(‘ul:first’).addClass(“fadeInUpSmall”); }, function() { if ($(this).nextAll(‘ul:first’).is(‘:hover’)) { console.log(‘1’); } else {…

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