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Jul
18
comment PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib64/php/modules/php_mysql.so'
Try rpm -ql php56w-mysql, that should (it's been a while since I used RPM) give you a list of where the package's files are stored. There may be a mismatch between where it stored them and where php thinks they're supposed to be.
Jul
18
comment PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib64/php/modules/php_mysql.so'
Which version of linux?
Jul
18
comment When i run “sudo su” i get --bash: command not found for everything
If you really need to become root rather than just execute a single command AS root, try sudo su - instead of sudo su to get the equivalent of a login shell. This will load root's environment and shell configurations.
Jul
18
comment How do I make sudo remember my password for longer?
Point of order, sudo does not "remember your password" so much as it remembers your session -- pam_sudo remembers that you authenticated correctly in that particular console session and retains that flag for passwd_timeout seconds.
Jul
12
revised Convince apt-get *not* to use IPv6 method
Code block formatting
Jul
12
comment Convince apt-get *not* to use IPv6 method
This is a solution for a different question than I asked.
Jul
11
comment How to prevent selected users from using “newgrp” with a password
It's very hard to make sense of your question. Could you try clarifying a bit, perhaps with a no-real-names-please example of what you're trying to accomplish?
Jul
6
comment How do I install GLIBC in Kali/Debian?
FFS. Kali Linux is a penetration testing distro, not one designed for desktop use.
Jun
24
comment Where is .bashrc file found in Linux?
@BROY It answers the question you should have been asking rather than the one you did.
Jun
24
answered Does kali distro not use /etc/environments file?
Jun
23
comment How to install Debian packages via internet instead of from a CD?
Note that "Stretch" is the code name for the next release, currently in testing and in no way, shape or form production ready as the current stable release is barely a few months old. If you're unfamiliar with debian as your question suggests, I highly recommend sticking with Jessie for now.
Jun
17
comment Choosing Linux Distro for PostgreSQL
@Marco You may want to look at wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/Apt as well, these are actually better maintained than the backports version...
Jun
17
answered Choosing Linux Distro for PostgreSQL
Jun
12
comment Non-root privileged user to find all files with SUID & SGID bit…Permission Required?
sudo find /etc -iname shadow -exec ..... You may want to restrict your sudo permissions a bit tighter than that.
Jun
3
comment not Booting a newly linux kernel inux-2.6.32.65.tar problem
... Did you attempt to install a RHEL kernel package on an Ubuntu system?
Jun
3
comment not Booting a newly linux kernel inux-2.6.32.65.tar problem
More to the point, can you still boot to a different, hopefully working kernel? If so, your system might be salvageable. If not, I recommend a reinstall and hope /home stays intact.
Jun
3
comment not Booting a newly linux kernel inux-2.6.32.65.tar problem
How did you install the kernel? Also, since when is a 2.6 kernel "new" ?
May
13
answered Linux as a network printer device (Raw, port 9100)
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26
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26
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