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Jun 1, 2011

I have configured a FTP (VSFTPD) Server in RHEL 5.6, which resulted me a default directory /var/ftp/pub. Even i have cerated another Directory /var/ftp/accounts. Where Accounts Directory is owned by user x in my server. I have a issue with this, It prompts me User and Password while accessing this ftp in Linux Servers. But while i am trying this through a windows machine by it gets directly accessed without prompting me any User and Password.

I need to have FTP environment same like windows. where it must prompt me user name and password, and i must be able to upload and download data from my windows clients.

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Jul 19, 2011

There are over a dozen of servers that I need to monitor for services running on them. Hence, I have created a separate VM on which I am hosting scripts for various purposes. I have written a script (bash) that checks the status of the services running on those servers. Since my script has this line of command (for example):

Code: /sbin/service vsftpd status I have created a user (let's name it user_monitor) and added it to /etc/sudoers file by issuing "visudo" on all the servers. Since I need to execute the command remotely from the VM so I have generated a Public RSA Key (ssh-heygen) and added it to "authorized_keys" file on all the servers. But on some servers when issue a command such as the following:


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May 1, 2010

I have installed Ubuntu three times now, and I'm running into same problem all the time, both with Karmic Koala (9.10) and now also Lucid Lynx (10.04):

When I configure Evolution for IMAP access to my GMAIL account, it never prompts me for a password. Instead, I guess Evolution tries to connect without any password and fails every time. Switching to Thunderbird didn't do the trick either, so I think it might have something to do with the Keyring daemon. My Internet connection is fine, as I can access my account under other operating systems.

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If I select cancel three times (on the troublesome unit), the desired directory opens but then the same routine occurs with the next directory change.

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3 chmod 600 to the authorized_keys
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I tried using safe mode and am not able to login through command line.

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May 12, 2011

I am using CentOS 5.6 and recently, well since I updated to 5.6 when I login through ssh/telnet I am prompted to change the password of any account which is my LDAP directory. Local accounts are unaffected. I haven't tried the console as this server is tucked away in a tiny room. This is really annoying because I don't want to run password expiry on that server and I'm sure that there's nothing in LDAP to indicate password expiry is on. My shadowmax is 9999 by default for every account..which is over 27 years I think. It's only started recently. I'd like to know how I can turn the expiry message off. I'd like to get rid of cracklib as well.

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Any ideas what could be causing this?

Here's my /etc/sudoers file code...

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1) Boot up the server, when you are at the "Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server..." entry, press "e".
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