I get the following permissions from terminal: $ cd /usr/local/mysql $ ls -l drwxr-xr-x 41 root wheel 1394 29 Apr 00:55 bin drwxr-xr-x 4 root wheel 136 29 Apr 00:55 docs ...
After setup ubuntu with default settings, It allows user to login with password, so I use passwd -l [username] to forbid password login both in ssh and console. But when I use sudo to execute ...
I've been gently experimenting with roles in Solaris, and wonder a bit about setting a password for it. I want the role I've created to be used by several users, so setting password to the same as ...
I have a directory with files owned by Linux user quux. I want to give access to it over CIFS using Samba 4 for two persons so they have different usernames foo and bar and passwords but access the ...
How do I keep KDE from asking new users for a password when I use /etc/skel to set up their enviroment?
I made this nice custom KDE setup on Arch Linux with customised settings like desktop background, panel settings, kwin settings, etc. I heard that if you copy all the hidden files from your ...
I am trying to parental control myself by restricting web access via OpenDNS. The OpenDNS account password will be handed to someone trustworthy. Now, I want to put some restriction on the ...
I am running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I want to use my laptop to play music in a party. MY screensaver does not need a password to deactivate. I would like to allow people to use my computer to play the ...
I have done this: sudo chown -R myname /usr/ and now I can't use the sudo command because of this error: sudo: must be setuid root And as I read this means that the owner of this file ...