Debian Multimedia :: HTTP Path To IP Camera Including User And Password

Jan 30, 2015

I have a ELRO C903ip.2 camera. I want to use it on zoneminder but am having trouble connecting. I have set a basic account of visitor with username and password both set as visitor.

The question is what is the syntax to the cameras ipaddress via http passing the u/n and p/w at the same time as part of the http string? I have tried the web page: [URL] .... to no avail, i must be missing something pretty obvious but just can't see it for looking.

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Debian Multimedia :: Cannot Become Root With My User Password?

Jan 26, 2011

I'm on Squeeze with KDE 4.4.5. Basically, I can use my password for things like logging in, or authenticating on a shell with sudo successfully. But in other cases, I am asked to "become root", and when I enter my usual password, I'm told to check if I entered my password correctly. This happens with Aptitude (terminal GUI), for example: from Actions, I try to update the package list, and when I enter my password, I can read su: Authentication failure. However, if I start Aptitude by typing kdesudo aptitude on Konsole I can enter my password in the authentication box successfully, and use Aptitude with administrative privileges.

The example is valid also for other applications, such as System Monitor: just for the sake of the example, if I try to stop a process owned by root, say Aptitude, I'm asked for a password to become root, but my password doesn't do the trick. I'll have to open it from terminal with kdesudo ksysguard, then I'll be allowed to kill that process. Does it have anything to do with my choice at installation? I think I must have chosen to leave the root password field blank, and only entered my password as a user, for it explained I could become root anytime if there was need to with sudo.

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General :: What Is The Filename - Including Path - Of A WordPress Database

Jun 17, 2011

I have local Wordpress database that got corrupt as a result of an abrupt power outage (I wasn't even editing it!).

Since the system I am dealing with is pretty static (and old), I just want to restore that database file (or collection of files) from a nightly backup.

But I don't know which files I should be restoring. The WordPress blog in question is installed under a local user account in an old Linux server (FC4).

I checked the wp-content directory, but apparently this is not where the content is:

Any idea which file(s) I should be restoring and what their path is?

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Ubuntu :: Set Java Path For All Users - Including Root

Jan 27, 2010

I am trying to set my java path so that it is in effect for all users including the root user. I set the path correctly in /etc/profile and that works for my personal user, but when i try to run the same commands using sudo, i get messages saying that it can't find the java path.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: VLC HTTP Interface: No Sound When No User Is Logged In

Dec 20, 2010

I have a pc where I run ubuntu 10.10 and on this pc i have installed vlc and on boot i start the vlc http interface. Therefor I created the file /etc/init.d/vlc. The file seems like this:


and I also updated rc.d. Vlc starts on boot as desired I also can send commands like in_play the file (a playlist) is loaded and reguarding the status.xml the file is played. But when no user is logged in I hear no sound. When I perform a login on the machine there is first still no sound but when I send e.g. the pl_next command or call in_play again then there is sound. Sadly the pc shouldn't be attached to a monitor and therefor I can't perform a login everytime so I need sound, when noone is logged in. Why is there no sound?

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Debian :: Alter The User's Environment Path?

Feb 2, 2011

what the correct way is to add '/sbin' to my users environment path which is not present when I run the command 'env'?


carlos@db1:~$ env
SSH_CLIENT= 35495 22


I would like to add /sbin to all future user's I create with 'useradd' and including my already existing user account above. Can someone tell me the correct way in Debian to change my current user environment to have /sbin in their path as well as how to add this for all future users? I looked at /etc/profiile and there are two lines that look relivant:


if [ "`id -u`" -eq 0 ]; then


I'm guessing the 2nd PATH line is for users and the 1st one is for root, right?

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Debian Multimedia :: SD Card In Canon Camera - USB Mount Disconnected

Nov 22, 2010

I'm trying to get some photos off a Canon Powershot SX110IS that uses an SD card (right now there is a Gigaware 4GB one in it) but this computer does not have an SD card input, so I am trying to mount the device through USB. This has worked with a handful of other cameras I've used in the past.

When I connect the camera to the computer and power it on, I get
usb 1-5: USB disconnect, address 7
usb 1-5: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 8
usb 1-5: New USB device found, idVendor=04a9, idProduct=3192
usb 1-5: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
usb 1-5: Product: Canon Digital Camera
usb 1-5: Manufacturer: Canon Inc.
usb 1-5: SerialNumber: DA9C3D5C2D7F4E3EA806AA70BCDF3E28
So the kernel is at least aware of it. I tried letting thunar mount it, but it complains
thunar-volman: No property info.capabilities on device with
id /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_4a9_3192_DA9C3D5C2D7F4E3EA806AA70BCDF3E28.

I also tried letting dolphin automount it (yuck), but didn't get any messages about it. I checked the fdisk output and there was no ~4GB device, so I'm not sure that I can mount it manually.

Loaded modules:
cdrom .....

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CentOS 5 :: Install Over Tftp/http Fails Due To Invalid Path?

May 2, 2011

I have a problem installing CentOS 5.5 over lan. I set up a dhcp3 server and it works, client got an ip. I set up a tftpd-hpa server and it works, client can boot the install image of CentOS 5.5 I set up an apache server and it seems to be impossible... In the installation marathon I clicked through the menu to the choice of the web server where my installation files are available. I enter the ip and the path CentOS-5.5 and CentOS tells me "Unable to retrieve" . Thats right because the two slashes are not right. Where the hell come the two slashes from???

I edited my httpd.conf like this:

<Directory /tftpboot/CentOS-5.5>
Options Indexes
AllowOverride None


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Debian Multimedia :: Watching TV Over HTTP Server

Mar 10, 2010

I have a DVB-T (USB) card on a Debian Lenny EEE nettop PC. This works fine.I'd like to know if if it would be possible to use the DVB-T stream over a http server.I mean I'd like to be able to select a channel from a web page and to view it from an embedded player in this page.I do not searching a streaming solution. I'd like all is done on server side.Does anyone know if it is possible and how to achieve this?

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General :: Command To Get Source ( Full HTTP/FTP ) Path Of 'Installed' RPMs?

Jul 17, 2010

Is there a command to know " From where a specific RPM package was downloaded & installed ( The full HTTP/FTP path ) " ? For example, if I had previously installed Firefox from here [URL] is there a specific rpm query, or any other place, from where I can get the full ftp path back.

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Ubuntu :: Easilly Mount Drives (including Ntfs Ones) Via Gui Without Password Prompt?

Jun 5, 2010

I have recently tried to switch from windows to kubuntu. So far nobody can help me on the problem that kubuntu keeps asking password (kdesudo - please input your password to mount this device) in order to mount anything with ntfs on it. This is despite i have made needed changes in order for this operation to be possible without rootilleges (recompiled ntfs-3g with internal fuse, set the setuid bit/setguid bit,ded user to disks, gave user permissions to mountpoint). I can do mount /dev/... and it works without sudo but the dolphin, or "removable media" thingie in system settings still will ask a password to mount anything with ntfs on it.

So, therefore a question arises. I can of course do all the mounting manually (automount on boot does not help since my external hard takes time to "boot up" when it's first accessed and that is when system boot takes 10 seconds instead of 1 second and starts complaining about "drive not ready, try manual mounting"So, i would like to have a simple gui something that can mount or dismount (run mount and umount for me effectively) removable or internal disks. Could someone advise some program that he uses? suppose there are plenty such around since the operation is very common...Maybe even a file managertead of dolphin)? Preferably one that does renaming li

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Red Hat / Fedora :: All User Accounts Including Root Got Disabled?

Apr 9, 2010

I'm having a CentOS 4.4 X86_64 server. Without any warning all users account including root got disabled. As the server was still logged in as root, i was able to enable all the users account. But for root i couldn't.Without thinking i rebooted the server and except root, other users can log in to the server. I should've tried to enable root account from the /etc/passwd. But now i realize its too late for that.Now i want to change from root: x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/false to root: x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash. Can anyone guide me to accomplish this or is there any other way to fix this?

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Programming :: Including User Defined Header File?

Apr 29, 2011

i got a sample.c which generate a linked list for sorting according to the number generated. then i want to split the sorting function into a header file. and it looks like the sort function in the header file could not access the linked list in the main. the error is dereferencing pointer to incomplete type



#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>


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Debian Multimedia :: HTTP Links In Email On Icedove Don't Open In Icewease Using LXD

Nov 24, 2010

http links in email on Icedove don't open in Icewease using LXDE: & are both set to the default x-www-browser, which is pointed to icedove but nothing happens, any suggestions?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Cannot Log In To Any User Account Including Root After Logging Out In 11.4

Apr 17, 2011

My install of 11.4 has been running perfectly for for several weeks now. But- (always a but) today it started acting up. I cannot log in to any user account including Root after logging out. After a cold boot I can log in again anywhere but after logging out I have to reboot again then I can get back in to any account once. After logging out any attempted log in causes the splash screen to blank for a few seconds and then it comes back with the previous successful user name log in but typing in the password blanks the screen a few seconds again. Clicking on a user account also blanks the screen a few seconds and then it again comes back with the previous log in users name.

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Debian :: Resetting User Password ?

Aug 30, 2010

I have forgotten my user password....HOWEVER I remembered the root password and am able, (after much fumbling about)to get into the machine. Is there a way of resetting my password? It obviously will not let me do so on the password-reset-screen as it requires the old password....

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Debian :: Disable The User Account Password?

Mar 13, 2011

just started using Debian today and I would like to know how can I disable the user acount password, I am the only user on this computer so I would like it to boot strait into my account.

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Debian Configuration :: Can't Add Samba User Password?

Aug 24, 2010

I'm running sid, reasonably updated. I decided to add a samba share. I installed samba (2:3.4.8~dfsg-2), samba-tools, smbclient, smbfs, & samba-client. I did a "/etc/init.d/samba start" and even rebooted. But when I try to add a samba password for my regular user I can't.

# smbpasswd -a praxis
bash: smbpasswd: command not found
I did a "locate smbpasswd" but I'm only seeing:


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Feb 9, 2011

Howto change user password in live usb-hdd?[URL]you need to copy the
/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/live-bottom/10adduser your build folder:

mkdir -p config/chroot_local-includes/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/live-bottom/
cp /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/live-bottom/10adduser config/chroot_local-includes/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/live-bottom/


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Mar 13, 2010

I am pulling my hair out once again after trying for over 15 months off and on to get a tv tuner working under linux. I have just received my new tuner card which I thought was supposed to be easy to run, a HVR-950Q, no luck yet. But first I am trying to use something called mysql (new to me), for mythtv and [I] keep getting

# mysqladmin -u root password ma
mysqladmin: connect to server at 'localhost' failed
error: 'Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

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Oct 28, 2014

Suddenly Debian started rejecting my user pw and I have to login as root. Perhaps this is a coincidence, but this started when I re-booted after adding Russian keyboard layout in etc/default/keyboard. The Russian keyboard added successfully.

Being logged in as root, renewed the pw of my user account (actually assigned the same as wes previously), got confirmation the the pw has been changed. Reloaded. Yet it keeps complaining that the pw is wrong.

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May 7, 2015

I'm using Debian Jessie Cinnamon right now. I've got 1 user account on my machine--fred--as well as root, of course. "fred" is an administrator, and many times that is enough for root priviledges, for example, I can install packages via apt or dpkg. However, I cannot access "Users and Groups", or install packages via GDebi, with my password. For that, I have to have the root password.

I know that it is possible to let the admin account handle everything and not even need root--for example, Mint and (I believe) Ubuntu do it this way. I don't know how, though.

Code: Select allgroups fred
fred : fred cdrom floppy sudo audio dip video plugdev netdev lpadmin scanner bluetooth

I did disable the root account by Code: Select allsudo passwd -l root to see if it would make any change. Nothing different happened except that I now can't use GDebi or access "Users and Groups" since the root account and therefore password is inactivated. Not a big deal to get it back, though.

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Apr 12, 2016

I have lost my password for my root and for my user account.

Code: Select alluser@debian:~$ su
su: Authentication failure
user@debian:~$ su
su: Authentication failure
user@debian:~$ su

I have just installed a gust debian 8 on debian 8 host in virtualbox, and when i wonted too login as su/root on the host there where no login possible, is there a way to regain the root password for the host?

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Jan 13, 2011

I bought a firefox extension which support proxy with username and password, but seems only http version and not socks 5 server which I already have installed on server. I know for privoxy, but privoxy don't support username/password. Is there anything else what works with username/password? Also what is different between http and socks5?

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Jul 31, 2014

Having installed Debian 7 on an old machine from a Liinux Format Magazine DVD I was unable to log in as a specific user. I can login as root and use useradd etc but when I logout of root I still cannot login as a user and nor will the machine accept my root password. I have to shutdown and reboot to get back into root. I'm using O'Reilly's Linux Pocket Guide from 2004 for the commands. Could it be that things have changed?

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Apr 28, 2010

I would like to include BPM data in all my id3 headers. I can do this one song at a time with banshee, but I have lots of songs, and it would take a very long time. In this thread I read about bmpdj and I am attempting to install this from source. I run into problems with the make command which gives me:

Link targets:
User Interface Resources:
[uic] ui-about.h
[uic] ui-album.h
[uic] ui-beatgraph.h
[uic] ui-bpmcounter.h
[uic] ui-bpmdj-pref.h
[uic] ui-bpmmerge.h
[uic] ui-capacity.h
[uic] ui-clustering.h
[uic] ui-freq-mapping.h
[uic] ui-importing.h .....
Source Files:
make[1]: *** No rule to make target `profile-clock.o', needed by `profile-clock'. Stop.
make: *** [.source-creator] Error 2

I don't know what profile-clock.o is, or what package provides it.

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May 4, 2011

i changed my password and whenever i log in i get a message that ur login keyring password and user password do not match, so how do i change my login keyring password!!

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Oct 24, 2010

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Jun 18, 2011

My bose ask me to convert a CentOS system password like "LMPQSMTE0nHlQ" to postfix MySQL MD5 Hased password, I find CentOS seems has 2 kinds of password form, one is shorter and the other is very long like"$1$C2MSk16n$WT5JWnzYH7XpCCjsiE2bd1", however I find postfix is exactly the later long one, so does any one know how to convert the short form to the later one

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Jan 6, 2009

At the RHEL prompt, I entered the standard user's username/password combo. Linux displays a message box stating:"Your account has expired; please contact your system administrator."Next, I entered "root" in the username field and entered the root password (which expired also--keep in mind that passwords are set to expire after x days). Linux displays a message box stating:"You are required to change your password immediately (password aged)."When prompted to "Enter current UNIX password", I entered the new password (was that the right thing to do?); Linux displays a message box stating:"The change of the authentication token failed. Please try again later or contact the system administrator."I rebooted the system and got into command line mode; somehow I logged in as "root" (don't know exactly how, but needed to change the password there). At the "#" prompt, I type "passwd root"; Linux displays the message "Changing password for user root", followed by the message "passwd: Authentication information cannot be recovered.

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