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Forum: Cybersecurity 04-07-2011
2,365
Posted By ZR_Lang
the SUID of lpq
Hello
My system is Debian-503-amd64. After I installed the "lpr" package, I found that some files with SUID bit come from this package. As:
ls -l /usr/bin/lp*
....
-rwsr-sr-x 1 root lp ...
Forum: Linux 09-27-2010
3,622
Posted By ZR_Lang
Thank you for your reply. What is the mean of...
Thank you for your reply. What is the mean of hibernation? How can I make a system(linux system) to hibernate? Standby? Hibernate?
Forum: Linux 09-27-2010
3,622
Posted By ZR_Lang
What's role of swap in initrd?
Hello, I want to know why initrd need swap for work. In the shell of mkinitrd, it look for the swap partation for "swsuspdev", then write a sentence "resume /dev/sdXX" in the file init from...
Forum: Linux 09-09-2010
3,099
Posted By ZR_Lang
Thank you, but I think you misunderstand what I...
Thank you, but I think you misunderstand what I say. Stop the RAID will releasing all resources, this is the manual of mdadm said, and I knew it. I want to know when I stop a raid device and make a...
Forum: Linux 09-08-2010
3,099
Posted By ZR_Lang
stop raid mean what
Hello, recently I worked about RAID (soft Raid), I use mdadm command. There are some questions, for example:
1, I make a RAID named /dev/md0.
mdadm -C -v /dev/md0 -l1 -n2 -x1 /dev/hda1 /dev/hdb1...
Forum: Linux 09-06-2010
8,312
Posted By ZR_Lang
Thank you very much for your help. I have...
Thank you very much for your help. I have resolved this question, the parted analyze the partition type value from MBR or EBR or others, put the value into serval intuitive message by itself, I can...
Forum: Linux 09-06-2010
8,312
Posted By ZR_Lang
how to use parted get partition_type
I want to use GNU parted for disk partition, but I also hope to get the partition type id by parted. :confused:I can get it from fdisk -l, but I don't know how the parted can get it. The print of the...
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