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comment udev rule not working
you can check what is happening with unbuffer udevadm monitor --environment. unbuffer is in expect-dev and ensures that your output is continuously updated (rather than buffered in 4kB blocks causing you sometimes to mis the last messages).
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comment How do I find the offset of an ext4 filesystem?
photorec will probably be able to get your files off the disk, but filenames and pathnames will be lost. If you manage to mount the filesystem that is of course your better option, but if testdisk didn't find any, chances are that the start of the filesystem is corrupted too.
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comment How do I find the offset of an ext4 filesystem?
Try testdisk and the accompanying photorec.
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comment How to list all the files used during Linux boot
Would auditing be an option or will that start too late during boot?
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comment Typical use case for a group password
Maybe I should send Ken an email, asking for his consideration during the design phase ;o)
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comment Typical use case for a group password
That is just an example, it has an 'x' and there are no group members other than ntp user itself. I just don't get what problem you are solving by setting the password field to !
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comment Typical use case for a group password
Not sure what you mean. Eg. I can't newgrp ntp already, how does !-locking change that?
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