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Posted By vbe
Chrooting can be seen as creating a fake...
Chrooting can be seen as creating a fake environment (Change Root...) where the user sees a fake root mountpoint and where you put inside ONLY the commands/programs you authorize for the "chrooted"...
Forum: Red Hat 03-12-2012
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Posted By admin_xor
Do you have an entry in /etc/sysconfig/iptables...
Do you have an entry in /etc/sysconfig/iptables like this? If not, do add that before the FORWARD chain begins and restart the iptables service:


-A INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp...
Forum: Red Hat 03-12-2012
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Posted By Neo
First, check to see if you can connect to that...
First, check to see if you can connect to that port when logged into the same server.

For example. telnet localhost 8001
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Posted By Corona688
I think they intended : | mailx ... since a : on...
I think they intended : | mailx ... since a : on the front just runs the builtin do-nothing : command.

However you can also do mailx ... </dev/null to avoid needing a pipe.

This has the same...
Forum: Solaris 01-17-2012
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Posted By zaxxon
It is very basic and called redirection: cat...
It is very basic and called redirection:

cat fileA >> fileB
Forum: Solaris 12-22-2011
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Posted By Corona688
The exact details of how it works are pretty...
The exact details of how it works are pretty obscure, but the fundamental idea behind public/private keys is that the keys are related but separate. When you encrypt a message using your public key,...
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Posted By methyl
What Operating System and version do you have? ...
What Operating System and version do you have?
This is so important.

What is the normal value of $TZ after logging in as a GMT user.
If you have a /etc/TIMEZONE file , does it it the same value?...
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Posted By jim mcnamara
In that users .profile or .bashrc export...
In that users .profile or .bashrc


export TZ=(zone you want goes here)
Forum: Solaris 10-03-2011
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Posted By DukeNuke2
maybe rbac would be handy?! Solaris RBAC...
maybe rbac would be handy?!

Solaris RBAC (http://www.softpanorama.org/Solaris/Security/solaris_rbac.shtml)
Forum: Solaris 10-03-2011
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Posted By Corona688
Why not sudo? That'd give you much closer...
Why not sudo? That'd give you much closer control of what exactly he's allowed to with what program and parameters, as what user.

If it needs to be seamless, you could give him an alias...
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Posted By cjcox
maybe... your question really isn't all that...
maybe... your question really isn't all that clear.

You might mean with regards to some kind of network remote access to the console head (which would be my favorite guess on this).

In that...
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Posted By Perderabo
EEPROM is electrically erasable programmable read...
EEPROM is electrically erasable programmable read only memory. It is used on the sparc to store a little program that runs automatically when the system turns on. The name of the program is OBP. ...
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Posted By click
OBP was a new approach to the BIOS(used to load...
OBP was a new approach to the BIOS(used to load your system from storage to memory, configure hardware and etc) the idea was that we have more need for firmware/drivers integration on lower...
Forum: Solaris 06-01-2011
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Posted By frank_rizzo
Google Google (http://www.google.com)
Google Google (http://www.google.com)
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Posted By jim mcnamara
try newfs -N /dev/md/rdsk/d1002 This...
try

newfs -N /dev/md/rdsk/d1002

This will show the parameters it is trying to use.
clri is called to clear (remove) inodes
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
ILOM provides a user interface to manage the...
ILOM provides a user interface to manage the hardware - usually via a seperate controller - allows you to power on / off the machine remotely etc. can be accessed without the installed operating...
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Posted By jim mcnamara
Do you mean a restricted shell like rsh: ...
Do you mean a restricted shell like rsh:

usermod -s /bin/rsh username


Or do you mean allow the user to have only ksh (for example)? In this case you will have to chroot the user.

This...
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Posted By Corona688
I don't have any Sun systems, but I do use a Sun...
I don't have any Sun systems, but I do use a Sun multi-port card. It acts like four separate interfaces: $ /sbin/ifconfig -a

...

lan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 08:00:20:EA:58:46
...
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Posted By Corona688
In Windows, each drive letter is its own seperate...
In Windows, each drive letter is its own seperate little world. c:\ gets you files under partition 1, d:\ gets you files under partition 2, etc.

In UNIX, all files and partitions are accessed...
Forum: Solaris 03-10-2011
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Posted By jlliagre
The simple rule is to carefully read the readme...
The simple rule is to carefully read the readme file associated with every patch.
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Posted By pludi
Check here (http://bhami.com/rosetta.html) AIX:...
Check here (http://bhami.com/rosetta.html)
AIX: split between vmo/ioo/schedo
Linux: just run sysctl -a as root to get all parameters and their values
HP-UX: runkctune -g for all parameters
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