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Authconfig doesn't find all ldap groups

My (soon to be) admin account is in two groups: # ldapsearch \ > -v \ > -H ldaps://localhost:636 \ > -D "${l_dirmgr}" \ > -w $(cat ${f_dirmgr_passphrase}) \ > -b ...
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Apache Authorization for the Allowed Users?

I have read the answer to this question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4102763/apache-basic-authentication-except-for-those-allowed It helped me understand how to not authenticate some users ...
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Shell Script - how to scp into remote server and download files and protect password

I have a remote server that I need to download Apache logs from. I can manually scp into the server and get the files, but I'd like to put this in crontab. The only way to automate it is to include ...
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Creating a linux user with limited privileges for ssh tunnelling

I am following this post to create ssh tunnel to mysql. The details description of my application scenario is given in my other SOQ. I exactly followed these steps to create a user: useradd -s ...
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Is there an alternative to OpenLDAP / Kerberos? [closed]

Are there ways to do centralized secure network-based authentication & authorization and user management that aren't OpenLDAP and Kerberos? Frankly, Kerberos is a nightmare to configure, leaving ...
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Why is bluetooth-agent getting stuck on authorizing?

I am trying to manually connect between my laptop and phone. I have bluez-utils version 4.98-2ubuntu7 installed. When I run the agent on the terminal, I get: asheesh@U32U:~$ sudo bluetooth-agent 4835 ...
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How to automatically enter sudo's grace period upon CLI login?

What I would like to do is be able to login and sudo commands immediately without entering a password again. It is very redundant to type my password twice in a row when I need to login and run a ...
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SELinux policy to authorize some users to start / stop certain services

How can I give certain users authorization to start and stop certain services? I am asking specifically about Fedora 19 systems with SELinux installed. The utility to call for services administration ...
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How to password-protect a script on Linux?

How do you set a password to execute a command or script in Linux? I need to avoid a script (in which user and password details are included) from being used/executed from unauthorized users. So is ...
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Is there a way to 'authorize' a command typed in by a user?

is there a way we can authorize a command typed by a user before it takes effect? For example, when a user types cp file1 file2, the command will not be executed and a root / root-equivalent user ...
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User denied ssh access while in AllowUsers list

I've inherited the administration of a linux box in my workplace; it was set up by a colleague who is now gone. Recently, I added a new user to the system, and tried to give her ssh access as well; ...
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Allowing ssh, but only to execute a specific script [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Creating a UNIX account which only executes one command There is a shell script which has to be executed through an existing user account XXX. Now I have various other ...
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How to associate only one public key with a restricted shell like scponly?

I'd like to use a passwordless key to perform e.g. unison synchronization while being able to SSH into the server only with a password-protected key. The usual way of using scponly is changig the ...
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How to ensure that anonymous FTP has been disabled on a Solaris 10 system?

What line in which configuration files in the /etc/ftpd directory do I have to check to ensure that anonymous FTP has been disabled? From my understanding now, to ensure that anonymous FTP is ...
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Run a script (for an app GUI) when logged from NX but limit shell commands on terminal

I have a user which will be accessing an app GUI via NX NoMachine. I want to allow this user to execute the command to bring up the app GUI (done automatically by NX) BUT prevent him from executing ...
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Pulseaudio/X permission other user/SSH

My user user1 is running a graphical X session with pulse configured per-user. I need to run a graphical program that uses audio with user2. If I do su user2; program program doesn't start and I ...
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kdm cannot authorize my user?

I've upgraded my virtual machine from Opensuse 12.2 M3 to 12.2 Beta 1 and it hangs at the startup after the mysqld. However I can manually access a terminal and start kdm as root but kdm doesn't ...
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Mount device with r/w access to specific user

How can I mount some device with read-write access to specific user?
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How to edit authorized_keys?

What is the best method for editing the /root/.ssh/authorized_keys file? I mean if I need to append a new key to my authorized_keys file, than what are the best methods to do that?
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Disable a user's login without disabling the account

Let's say I create a user named "bogus" using the adduser command. How can I make sure this user will NOT be a viable login option, without disabling the account. In short, I want the account to be ...
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Any program like `sudo` to gain root by having two users enter a password?

I run a server which is used by a group of individuals for e-mail, mailing lists, personal web homes etc. I thought about ways to provide root access for other members to allow them handling problems ...