Problems with hibernation on HP ProBook 450 G!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 23, 2014
I have a HP ProBook 450 G1 notebook (Intel i5 Haswell processor, embedded graphics) and I have a problem with hibernation.
The problem is this: after thawing, the system in unstable. A consistent behaviour is that after two hibernations (without rebooting), the second thaw seems to put the system in a working state, but actually it does not: if you try to start applications they won't start and, after some clicks, the system usually freezes completely.
/var/log/pm-suspend.log does not reveal anything interesting.
/var/log/syslog shows "general protection faults" when this happens. This is just an example:
LDAP Server Password Policy Apache DS and Open DS
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I wonder if someone might be able to help us or offer some advice. We are a Java focused team, and are looking at extending our in house Authentication service, to offload most of the authentication , to use an LDAP server. That way we can simply use an out of the box password policy, which meets our criteria, plus we can use stuff such as replication etc. We are investigating which is the best free LDAP server to use.
So far we have investigated :
OpenLDAP (We found this is written in C, and documentation is not all that great).
Apache DS (We found this is good, but has a basic password policy. Mainly it does not seem to be extendable to fit one of our requirements (that the password policy should enforce mixed case characters, etc etc). This is surprising as the basic config options are ofcourse supported, eg. minimum length of password, maximum retries before being locked out etc etc.
Sun OpenDS (This fits all our needs, but no longer seems to be supported??. Please advise us if
Redhat Entrprise Linux running on Sun Enterprise 450 and 250 servers
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 15, 2003
We are looking at re-using the Sun Enterprise 450 and 250 server's but running htem off linux.
I was just wondering if this can be done and what hassles we might encounter.
The solution we offer is Oracle 11i on those 2 servers running the linux OS, and normally we have gone to new servers but the client wants to reuse if possible.