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Old 12-07-2013, 10:17 AM   #1
wazhanudin
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Centos 6 GNOME32bit - Server Null When Run Multiple User


Hello everyone.

I would like to ask regarding my VPS.

I'm using Centos 6 x32bit GNOME.
I'm connect to my VPS using Tight VNC & Web Browser VNC (java).

I'm creating 4 new user.
Each user running Firefox with Greasemonkey script.
After a few minutes all user's inlcuding root lost internet connection & cant open any programs or application.

Every time I'm log in to normal user.The system prompt and ask me to authenticate for network proxy by key-in root password.

Sorry if I'm post to a wrong section.
Please moved if I'm wrong.

Thank you.
 
  


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