I thought I’d be smart and enable data=journal on my root file system. I know its slower, but I prefer data integrity over speed on this system. Even if its not my main data volume, I like the idea of the whole OS running with the best integrity. So, here’s […]
sed -i ’53d’ ~/.ssh/known_hosts Run in your home directory. Replace “53” with the line number referred to in the known_hosts error from the ssh login attempt. You need the “d”. If you had line 12, then you’ll show ’12d’ in that sed command.
I found some info on Google searches to get WindowsÂ 7 to join a Samba domain controller.Â I have Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty which runs Samba 3.3.2, whichÂ I guess does not work.Â You need 3.3.4.Â Â Windows 7 needs a registry change: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters] “DomainCompatibilityMode”=dword:00000001 “DNSNameResolutionRequired”=dword:00000000 The above need to be added to allow […]
there’s a thing in Ubuntu called Apparmor. Never even heard of this. This is what was keeping the files from being written to by the bind daemon.
When you clone or image your Linux hard drive with Ghost or Drive Image (or any other imaging software) you might not be able to load Grub. Usually just running some Grub commands off a Linux System Rescue CD will fix it. I think most any bootable Linux Live CD […]
Uber quick howto:Â (based on Debian) 1. Make sure ssh, rsync and sudo are installed and working. 2. Add a user account,Â on remote system. 2.a Add a certificate with openssl or ssh-keygen (look that up elsewhere) 2.b Make sure the cert is unencrypted with no password. Yes,Â that is […]