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Jun
12
comment How to stop the executing process in Linux
Agree but it doesn't matter. I've just copied it from 'sraina' question. pkill -P is the essence.
Jun
11
answered How to stop the executing process in Linux
Feb
12
comment How to prohibit from changing an owner of modifiable files?
You can change ownership back from root account. As I wrote - immutable attribute prevents file to be changed. So if file has owner f.e. "user" and you set +i attr even root user won't be able to change its ownership. He won't be able to modify file at all unless you will remove "i" attr.
Feb
12
answered How to prohibit from changing an owner of modifiable files?
Jan
16
comment Definitive way to configure network devices in Centos 6.2
Please paste here output of following files: /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-usb0
Dec
7
answered MySQL server on Ubuntu fails to start after changes made to my.cnf in Windows
Dec
6
answered Installing yum packages by pattern
Dec
6
comment How to install FTP server on Red Hat VM?
It depends on what linux distribution you have installed on your VM.
Nov
15
awarded  Supporter
Nov
14
answered CentOS, PHP file is running from browser, not from cron daemon
Nov
14
awarded  Teacher
Nov
14
answered How to add an IP to hostname file