I am able to build a shared library under solaris with /usr/local/bin/g++ -G -o output.so file1.o file2.o file3.o. How do I build the shared library under linux using the same files? I have tried to use the same command /usr/local/bin/g++ -g -o but I got some undefined references, even if those references are defined in one of the object files.
Is there a system admin tool for RHEL on montioring and logging system memory used and released that can dump to a log file?I'm having an issue with memory not being released when an application is closed. I need to have a tool monitor and log so I can troubleshoot to verify that it's an application not the OS.
I have a pdc with a samba file share and have multiple xp workstations that can install programs from the server and share files, but I have 2 new windows 7 machines that I have edited the registries on and joined the domain with but cannot install programs from the pdc even though they have root accounts. I have tried to change folder privileges from the workstations but I am not allowed.
While messing around with file permissions and ownership of /var/www/ i seem to have locked myself out of being able to administer users on my 9.10 system.
when I go to the user administration screen in the icon with the keys is grayed out. with the message "not authorized to make changes". My account seems to have lost admin access. But, I'm the only user on the system.
I presumed I somehow changed my group status from the root group to something else
but, sudo usermod -g root [my name] just returns "no changes made"
All I can do for now is run as the su from the terminal. Is it possible to log into gnome with a root account?
I am new to Ubuntu and am trying to learn. Using 10.10 on HP notebook. The Hardware option is missing from the menu. System / Administration / Hardware is not there. System / Administration / * all seem to be there just no hardware option.
I have RHEL 5 installed on my PC.After lots of efforts i manage to put it into a domain(by configuring kerbose,winbind and smb).I can see all domain users and groups (wbinfo -u/-g).Whenever i tried to login into this machine using domain login, for a first time it create folder in /home/DOMAIN/ and then displays "system sdministrator has disabled your Account"
I have RHEL 5 installed on my PC.After lots of efforts i manage to put it into a domain(by configuring kerbose,winbind and smb).I can see all domaind groups (wbinfo -u/-g).Whenever i tried to login into this machine using domain login, for a first time it create folder in /home/DOMAIN/ and then displays "system sdministrator has disabled your Account"
I'm dual booting XP and UNR and I want to give users access to the windows file-systems but not to admin of Ubuntu.
At present I have given them a Desktop user account but that doesn't allow access to the XP file-systems. The only way I can see to enable that is to go to Advanced User Setting and allow them to Administer the System - which I don't want to do.
Debian5.0 Windows server 2007 Windows Vista WAN - public IP or Internet
I'm looking for a reliable solution to remote-admin Windows server and workstation on Linux workstation. I have been running ssh for sometimes to remote-admin Linux/Unix servers on Linux workstation. Google brought me following links; OpenSSH for Windows
OpenSSH on Windows v3.4-3
How to install OpenSSH sshd server and sftp server on a Windows
The project OpenSSH for Windows seems coming to a stop.
i have a program from windows that requires a .bat file for installation, i open it with Wine Windows Program Opener and opens the CMD, if i opened this in windows it would install because i am on the admin account but will not if i am not admin, opening it on here it thinks i am not admin, how can i make it think i am? here are screen grabs,
it shows this for a few seconds....
then shows this, pressing return closes the window
I have Preinstalled Xp on my system.I have installed Solaris in one of my unused partition.when i installed the fedora 12 i didnot get the options for solaris booting though i have used different partition for solaris and fedora.How can i get the options for solaris or else i have made a mistake in installing fedora. In either case please guide me though how irritating it may be to guide a newbie.Also if i want to use Archlinux with all three above how can i do it.
What is the equivalent of read -r (solaris command ) in Linux ? read utility in solaris will read a single line from standard input and -r option is used not to treat backslash () as an escape character .
i have a linux mechine, in that i want to install solaris throug xen virtualization. (solaris content is in CD) while i am doing this there is an option "local install media" in installation method it was not highlighting so i can't install this. then what can i do now.
I am currently trying to use Kommander editor to create a GUI form to call the bash scripts that i have created. However, when i try to run it on Solaris 10, it says "Failed to execute child process kmdr-editor".