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1. Red Hat
I have a user ( and actually me too) getting this messages when the screen is idle, I need help on stopping this messages:
2012 Feb 20 13:30:22 servername Audit: LENGTH: "330" SESSIONID: "339384" ENTRYID: "1" STATEMENT: "1" USERID: "OPS$PT2ADM" USERHOST: "zzzzzzzzzzz" ACTION: "100" RETURNCODE:... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: 300zxmuro
Is there a way to stop users changing the time on their machines
we are running fedora
Adam (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: ab52
I want to know what are the ways to monitorize and control/stop flooding on my server, because I am heavily flooded. At this moment I am doing all this manually (when I see that my bandwidth is lowering or some applications are freezing), my main working tool being iptables.But I... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: spiriad
4. Web Development
I have the user who runs tomcat: tomcat:tomcats
I want to have another user who will be able to start and stop tomcat process.
Is this possible?
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Discussion started by: potro
I am using solaris x86 with a pc keyboard. i am trying to get to the ok prompt i have tried ctrl-break but it is not working , alt-break will not as well.
pls any thought? (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: seyiisq
6. Shell Programming and Scripting
My question is how can i stop my users on system from deleting their history.
How can i stop the users from running 'history -c'.
I have searched thoroughly on the forum but didn't find any satisfactory solution to the problem.
kindly help if you any suggestions
Thanx in... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: xander
Does anyone know how to stop qdaemon from emailing users when print jobs fail?
This is causing a problem as the application that we use is mail-aware; users get a prompt onscreen when they have unread mail in their UNIX account, however they don't all have access to the part of... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: alexop
8. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
Am having trouble trying to stop the process below ...
bash# ps -eaf | grep "tape erase"
root 29715 1 0 05:16:22 ttyp1 00:00:00 tape erase /dev/rStp0
root 22464 20933 1 03:40:12 ttyp6 00:00:00 grep tape eraseI've tried ... `kill -9 29715` ... but still no luck.
Help... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: Cameron