want to access usb drive in redhat enterprise linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 10, 2010
want to access usb drive in redhat enterprise linux
Why a keyboard for IRC? Some of you guys do Gnomemeeting/VOIP talking ab. Linux ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 3, 2008
- Why a keyboard for IRC? Some of you guys do Gnomemeeting/VOIP conf. talking ab. Linux ?
I of course dont talk about skype conferenes
need access to my samsung sgha737 from linux debian 6.0.0
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 30, 2012
I need to get access to my sgh-a737 cell and I have debian 6.0.0 (the most stable). I just need to know if there is a driver or package for linux. Thanks to anyone who help me.
[SOLVED] [SAMBA] How to track windows user access , create files /modify files on linux SMB
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 15, 2010
I have a SAMBA server setup on a Fedora box in my office, I will be using it to share out company documents.
I am looking for a way to log SMB client connections from Windows workstations ( Each employee has an account that they authenticate with, they have a linux username that is = to their windows username that they use to auth to the linux SMB shares with.
I would like to log a.) When a particular user Creates a file or folder on the share , b.) When a user deletes a file or folder from the share, and c.) When a user modifies an existing file or folder on the share...
Does anyone know what I could do to enable logging to log all these things? I can create a script to parse out the details from a log if it can be captured.
In fact even a method of logging when a user accesses a folder or file would be sufficient as I can track File creation and file modification already and can script a date/time comparrison to join the access log statements with the file c
Setting Linux Access ACLs
location: linux.com - date: September 13, 2012
1.1. Setting Access ACLs:-
The filesystem moust be mounted with acl option by the command for example:-
mount -o remount,acl /mount_point
and the reconfigure this option in the /etc/fstab file to save the changes during the booting of the operating system.
There are two types of ACLs: access ACLs and default ACLs. An access ACL is the access control list for a specific file or directory. A default ACL can only be associated with a directory; if a file within the directory does not have an access ACL, it uses the rules of the default ACL for the directory. Default ACLs are optional.
ACLs can be configured:
1. Per user
2. Per group
3. Via the effective rights mask
4. For users not in the user group for the file
The setfacl utility sets ACLs for files and directories. Use the -m option to add or modify the ACL of a file or directory:
setfacl -m <rules><files>
Rules (<rules>) must be specified in the following formats. Multiple rules can be specifie
Access the server from your Linux desktop???
- date: August 31, 2013
I was working on another problem when I learned here that you should be able to access your Ubuntu server (12.04 LTS) from another Linux machine.
I am trying to access it from the same local network & I am using the server as a Proxy using squid3.
I tried in terminal this--> ssh [email protected]
sudo ssh [email protected]
ourproxy was the user and the static ip of the server was 192.168.1.6
. . . and all it did was hang - nothing happened. I used ctrl + c to quit that.
When I installed the server, I simply did the most basic of installs, no extras, nothing fancy as I wanted to test it out with squid3
Suggestions, ideas are welcome! Thanks
Windows equivalent keyboard shortcuts in Ubuntu Linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 2, 2009
Many of us come from the windoze world to Linux through Ubuntu. I wondered whether there is a way to set up Windoze key board equivalents in ubuntu. After searching in the web and doing some experiments myself, I have set up the following in my ubuntu box. It could be configured in Compiz or some could be done by Ubuntu Tweak.
So first things first. We all want the main menu to pop up when we press the Windoze/Super key. It is done by
System--> Preferences--> Keyboard Shortcuts-->
Under the Desktop Section click on the shortcut for Show the panel's mail menu [Alt+F1]. Press Right Windoze/Super key so that the new shortcut displayed is SuperR. Now the Left Windows/Super key could be used for the combinations used in Windoze. [I am right handed you see.]
More than that I use
xvkbd -text "\[Alt_L]\[F1]"
as the command for starting the main menu without even touching my keyboard.
goto System--> Preferences--> Compiz
How to access Linux partition files
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 3, 2010
I have a pc with Win xp (Prof), win 7 and Ubuntu 10.04 installed on three seperate partitions.
I am able to access windows files from Ubuntu but not the other way!
I was going through an article where it says Ubuntu can be installed within win7 using VMware player (of course there is WUBI option as well)
I think this is a good option instead of installing Ubuntu on a seperate partition as I am not able to see the Ubuntu partition either in xp or win 7 and save some data on it.
Now that much of hard disk space is exclusively reserved for Linux.
I would like to reclaim that space by uninstalling Ubuntu and installing it again thru VMware player within win 7 (or xp which is better?)
installing thru WUBI is ok?
Linux Open Office and MS Access .mdb files
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 18, 2008
I'm on the verge of a mental melt-down.
I want to open a MS Access (.mdb) file in Open Office under linux. I've found several web sites talking about using an ODBC and blah blah blah... none of it I understand.
I guess all I want to know is this: Can a person open, obtain information from, export, etc information from a MS Access (Office 97) .mdb file?
I want to get the information off in whatever way it the fastest/easiest so I can recreate the database with minimal effort in mysql.
Everytime I open it in Open Office and click on Tables Open Office crashes (I haven't seen a crash in linux in forever - it has to be MS's fault).
Am I doing something wrong, or am I expecting Open Office to do something that it simply cannot?
P.S. I've tried mdbtools also - it crashes as well with the error: "Segmentation fault".
"Hole in the Linux kernel allows root access" Do we have to worry?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 4, 2009
There is mention of some hole in the linux kernel that could allow someone to access the system with root privilages, sense root account is disabled by default is it something us Ubuntu users have to be concerned about?
See Article for details.
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10