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comment Configure ldap client without yast
Although I'm not familiar with SLES 11, I do know that older versions of OpenSuSE used /etc/ldap.conf and now uses sssd. I hope that might help....if you can give some more details I might be able to help you better.
11h
comment How to add routes multiple times in routing table?
So you want to have multiple entries in your routing table that are the exact same? As in you want a routing table that has the default router listed more than once even though they are the same destination.
11h
comment Change Password Programmatically
expect(1) could help as well.
11h
comment Configure ldap client without yast
Puppet. Write your config once and then have Puppet push it to all of your clients.
11h
answered CentOS 7 shell script interpretor
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comment YaST - Allocating a new partition leads to warning
@anthony it would be unwise for me to give advice without knowing what your drives looked like before you tried to install.
Apr
16
answered YaST - Allocating a new partition leads to warning
Apr
15
comment Is there any Syscall table just like Interrupt Table?
If you're looking for numbers then look at arch/x86/syscalls/syscall_64.tbl or whatever your arch is. The modules get statically compiled and then when you call fork that gets translated from glibc. Don't quote me on that though.
Apr
15
asked Mixing authentication types in Apache
Apr
9
comment Can't run php cli at webuser but will run as root
No, because others can execute php. If it was -rwxr-xr-- then there would be a problem.
Apr
9
comment Can't run php cli at webuser but will run as root
what are the permissions of php (which php and then do ls -la /path/to/php)?
Apr
9
comment Recover a folder just delete
future tip: alias rm='rm -i'
Apr
9
comment Bash detect ascii art
@MichaelHomer This might need to go over to Stack Overflow...it sounds like a machine learning thing. Also, for SnowWolf the picture you have contains unicode characters which are not ASCII. I understood what you meant, but perhaps text-art or something would be better.
Apr
5
comment Cannot mount exFAT even though I installed exfat-fuse
If you have solved your own problem, feel free to mark it as such or (if you don't think it'll benefit anyone else) delete it.
Apr
5
comment Open/read Unix Executable file
objdump will dump an entire program, but I hope you know assembly. gdb is excellent (and if you have source code even better). The way your question reads though you want man pages, but from what you said about @jasonwryan suggests otherwise.
Apr
5
comment How can I install an Arch package on Debian?
Mind if I ask what the package is? There might be a version for Debian in a different repo.
Mar
31
reviewed No Action Needed Error while booting Ubuntu 14.04 - setterm: $TERM is not defined
Mar
27
comment Restore windows boot manager in grub command line
@DavidD You can easily make a backup of your data if you can boot to Ubuntu. Just mount the windows partition which should be a clickable object.
Mar
27
comment Restore windows boot manager in grub command line
@DavidD Changing something in there wouldn't help at this point. The problem is: the data is stored on your hard drive, but the computer doesn't know where to look on your drive for it.
Mar
27
comment Restore windows boot manager in grub command line
@don_crissti So it sounds like a USB device and chainload from there; however, I'm not familiar enough with EFI. Do you think you can provide some better explanation?