I have a directory structure which the primary user needs full access on but wanted a user to access only a specific directory within the main directory (so they could write in there only and nowhere else).
Here's what I did:
[root@compevo8001 dllnow]# ls -alh
drwxrwxr-x 2 someuser software 4.0K Oct 19 2017 ExpireYMD-2017-11-20
drwxrwxr-x 2 someuser software 4.0K Nov 19 2017 ExpireYMD-20........
*remember to apply changes you need to run "newaliases" after editing /etc/aliases
one thing I don't get is that it doesn't allow you to specify the whole e-mail address on the left-hand side
postalias: warning: /etc/aliases, line 109: name must be local (if you try the above)
It works more like this:
For some reason I keep getting this error when trying to run a sudo command eg:
sudo -u someuser somecommand
sudo: Error dropping capabilities, aborting
My version of sudo is: sudo-1.6.9p17-3.el5_3.1 and I've heard that version 1.7 fixes everything. The only thing is yum does not think sudo has any update. I guess the new version has not been committed to the RPM repository yet.
This is really a huge and ann........
Server not using user level security and no password supplied.
tree connect failed: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
That happens when trying to use smbclient to connect to a share. The weird thing is that I can authnenticate just fine from Windows XP.
It is partially my mistake, I forgot this share does have a password. I've tried authenticating with the correct user and also with "Guest" because this works in Windows. In Linux I ........