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I'm a PHP programmer. I like my bicycle and hikes.


Oct
19
comment How to find all images containing any text?
Image -> OCR -> text file.
Sep
24
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
Try to add allow insecure wide links = yes and wide links = yes. But this creates a security risk.
Sep
24
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
Turn unix extension on then.
Sep
24
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
Yes, there is unix extensions = no in my home system only. At work apparently the situation is different. But at home I have FreeBsd. So... NFS is much better than Samba for Linux/Unix. Much-much better. And yeah, nothing prevents you from using both NFS and Samba at the same time.
Sep
24
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
This config is ldap oriented, so maybe you should develop the default config instead. BTW, Why don't you just use NFS?
Sep
24
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
Ay, sure. What is your OS: Linux or FreeBsd?
Sep
24
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
There is a reference to Windows registry, so I thought about it.
Sep
24
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
I see some windows related records. Is windows somehow involved? Too, I don't see any file access records. Does the log contains any or it is just start-up records?
Sep
23
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
Add debug level = 10 and security = user in global section
Sep
23
comment Samba — Can't write to a share with “unix extensions = no” set in smb.conf
What is in the log file?
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
And by the way, even if a distro claims to be supersecure, it doesn't mean it is bug-free, does it?
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zombie_process
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
I am not sure about exact number, but if I'd had, say, 10 zombies I would not be bothered. So if you have just one, it's probably ok.
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
I never killed a zombie in my entire life. I don't think it should be a problem to have zombie processes. At least when their number is low.
Sep
10
comment Reconnect if the link is stale
It sounds as a viable solution, but FreeBsd's pppd does not have these options. They are available on Linux only. But now that I know about LCP my chances to get it working are growing.
Sep
9
comment Reconnect if the link is stale
No. I thought it serves different purpose. The thing is that connection is already established.
Sep
8
comment Why is the root directory on a web server put by default in “/var/www”?
What would you say if I show you a database that has not been changed for two years?
Sep
8
comment Why is the root directory on a web server put by default in “/var/www”?
Changes to the Mysql database are also deliberate, yet database files are located in /var/db. Does not bother you?
Jun
23
comment how to redirect output to multiple log files
Yes, it can be done by virtue of redirection: find / -name test 2>&1 | tee file1 file2 file3
Dec
27
comment Delete everything except a few extensions
-exec rm {} can be replaced with -delete