forgot my linux username and password
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 25, 2009
I forgot my username and password for redhat linux 6.0 kernel nash version. Can i know if there is any way to reset my username and password and to log into the OS. Eagerly waiting to know the answer as early as possible..........
linux find to find files with multiple patterns
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 2, 2004
How do I use linux 'find' to find different types of files?
I.e to fine "*.h", "*.c", "*.sc" all in one command.
I currently do something like this:-
find . -name "*.c" > out
find . -name "*.h" >> out
find . -name "*.sc" >> out
find . -name "*.ini" >> out
Any easy way out?
Same user logged in multiple times
- date: May 21, 2010
Running cmd 'users' on my server indicates that I am logged in six times:
suave suave suave suave suave suave
Does anyone know if this will affect Screen, so that if I log in from another location I cannot get at the screen session of one of the previous (still active) login sessions? Also, is it possible to find out which one I am logged onto currently, and can I somehow terminate the others?
How can i install multiple versions of firefox in LINUX RED Hat OS ( 6.3 version )
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 5, 2013
Hi Team ,
I would like to know how do to install multiple versions of firefox on LINUX RED HAT 6.3 version .
Thanks in advance .
Need help! Linux socket types and socket's domains
location: linux.com - date: November 23, 2010
Plz help. I need to find full information about each of linux socket types and domains.
Spent a lot of time searching in internet but there only short information :( . (Show me the way to search :/ )
Ps: Sorry for bad English.
Linux command to display files in multiple pages a
location: linux.com - date: May 14, 2009
I am looking for a simple command to display files in multiple pages at the screen. I tried "ls | more", and it didn't work. Any suggestion?
How do I install multiple linux distros on external usb hd
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 10, 2013
I have XP installed on an T42 laptop and xubuntu installed on an external usb hd partition. Grub for xubuntu is installed on the xubuntu partition. To boot xp, I start the computer and it boots xp through the regular windows process. To boot xubuntu, I start the computer, go into the boot device menu, select the external usb hd, and select xubuntu in the grub menu on the usb hd. I would like to install another (or maybe more) linux distro on the usb hd, but want to keep the boot process the same. When I tried to do this, I selected the usb hd in the boot device menu, but grub on the usb hd only displayed xubuntu and xp, not the second linux distro. How can I do this? Should grub for the second linux distro be installed on the first distro partition? How do I change the order of distros on the grub list?
MultiBootUSB Install and boot multiple Linux from Pendrive / Flash drive / USB disk
- date: June 26, 2010
The information in this thread have been moved to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/In...shDriveUSBDisk
A thread for discussion of the wiki page only can be found here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2012396
Download the latest windows binary/source fromhere
Download the latest Linux script from here
Send your feedback at [email protected]
Note: Though this script will not format your USB drive / Pendrive it is advised to take backup of USB data before invoking the script.
1. What is MultibootUSB
MultibootUSB is a shell script written by A Ramesh Kumar and Sundar. Main intention of this program is to install multiple Linux distribution in to single USB disk / Flash drive / Pendrive and able to boot from it with less dependency issue. All you need is your favorite distros in iso format and FAT formatted USB disk. Read the rest to find more.
2. Main Features
Automatically detects all inserted USB derive / Pendrive and allo
Using Multiple Linux Operating Systems On 1 Hard Drive
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 8, 2012
I am using multiple Linux Operating Systems on 1 hard drive and so far things are looking good but on start up I am getting nothing to tell me which one I am starting up as it seems there is only a number distinguishing them.
Is there any way I can alter it to show the name of each Operating System?
Sendmail can only send to external domains
- date: June 15, 2011
I'm a fairly new administrator of an Ubuntu 10.04 server. Everything's working very well except for sendmail. This is probably something simple, but as a guy who's fairly new to both linux and server administration, I'm stumped!
When I use sendmail (or, most commonly, a PHP or Perl script uses it) to send to any other domain except my own, it works great.
When I use it to send to my own domain, however, it's trying to deliver it to localhost. Problem is, all our mail is handled by an Exchange server on a different machine, so I really don't want
If I run sendmail manually for a test message to myself, here's how it comes up after the message is closed out:
echo "Subject: test" | /usr/sbin/sendmail -v [email protected]
354 Enter mail, end with "." on a line by itself
050 <[email protected]
>... Connecting to local...
050 <[email protected]
250 2.0.0 p5F6YwDW015675 Message accepted for delivery
And so on. The message then
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