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I have very limited knowledge on LDAP configuration and have been trying fix one issue, but unsuccessful.
The server, I am working on, is Solaris-10 zone. sudoers is configured on LDAP (its not on local server). I have access to login directly on server with root, but somehow sudo is not working... (9 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
When a user is added to a new group, the user has to be log out and log in again to make the new group effective. Is there any system command or technique to refresh user group ID update without re-login?
I am not talking about to use "login" or "su -l" commands which can only make... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: hce
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I mean like this: http://shells.red-pill.eu/
Can anyone explain how this works? I hope my post is not spam. I think its related to linux. Thank you (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: postcd
4. OS X (Apple)
I'm writing scripts to check for compliance with the DISA STIG. Several items refer to manually click-click-clicking to verify settings regarding LDAP or accounts like guest account disabled, "Allow Guests to connect to shared folders", "Display login window as:", "Show input menu in login... (7 Replies)
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Lets say my default shell is bash and then i load up csh and then ksh. How would i exit csh without exiting ksh?
so basically i gone from bash > csh > ksh and i wish to close csh (2 Replies)
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6. Red Hat
iīve one big problem with nscd.conf this donīt work i tried many examples of configuration the nscd.conf simply donīt work when i stop the ldap server i try access by ssh on the client i canīt make logon.
And the database on /var/db/nscd donīt work.
follows below the conf of... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: paulo_eduardo
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am searching a tool like "LDAP Administrator 2011.1"/ "LDAP-SQL" but for the CLI.
Wish to use LDAP-SQL in scripts (non Windows GUI environment)
Softerra LDAP Administrator 2011.1 - What's New
OS is... (2 Replies)
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8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Can you pls. tell me, why we have different shells in UNIX OS ( Eg. SunOs) and also I would like to know what is the specific difference b/w SVR and BSD ?
Thanks. (2 Replies)
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9. Web Development
I have created a web page on a server using apache and added .htaccess and .htpasswd in the folder for authentification.
I was wondering if there was anyway to tie-in the login for this page with the login used to logon to the server.
i.e. the same login info. is used for both,... (2 Replies)
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I have came across the definitions of these shells korn bourne c etc .. but honestly till now i din't get the exact difference between these threes , the advantages ..... can anyone pinpoint me where it actually lies ..... don;t include me answers like aliasing in c is posible and not in bourne ..... (3 Replies)
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