Abdennour TOUMI
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fdisk vs parted
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simply : use fdisk for the old way called MBR ( Master Boot Record Partition) use gdisk for the modern way called GPT ( GUID Partition Table) GUID stands for Globally Unique Identifier use parted &...

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Adding a self-signed certificate to the "trusted list"
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sudo cp my.crt /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/ sudo update-ca-certificates These 2 lines above does not work with me at the first time. After investigation, it turned out that many certificates ...

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Kernel module for Cisco VPN client doesn't compile under ubuntu 10.04 LTS?
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sudo apt-­get install network­-manager­-pptp  sudo apt­-get install network­-manager­-vpnc sudo apt-­get install network­-manager­-openvpn  then , follow this tuto: http://snnyc.com/wp-content/...

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ssh prompts for password despite .ssh/authorized_keys
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I spent long time on /etc/ssh/sshd_config. At the end, it was about the file permission of the following: not only ~/.ssh/authorized_keys but also. ~/.ssh directory (700) ~ directory (700) ls -la ~/....

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setting firewall-cmd --permanent is not sticking after reboot
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Assume X is the command (.e.g. firewall-cmd --add-service=http ) 2 options : either X --permanent then firewall-cmd --reload OR run X (without permanaent) then run it again with permanent X --...

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how to make firewall changes permanent via firewall-cmd?
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there are a lot of ways.. but i am introducing today a method not mentioned here : # firstly run it without --permanent sudo firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-port=7199/tcp # then run it again with ...

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Suitable permissions for owncloud /data directory using nginx under centos
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Delete /etc/nginx/conf.d/default , since i have already /etc/nginx/conf.d/owncloud.conf This step resolves my issue .

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Access fron outside browser to shellinabox site
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firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=6175/tcp firewall-cmd --reload

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