I just downloaded the "Fedora-11-i686-Live-KDE.iso" and "Fedora-11-i686-Live.iso". I want to check if the downloaded files correct or not. I can use a tool to get the md5 sum of the downloaded files. But I want to compare them with the original ones.
I followed the following step given on an openSuSE site but I am still encountering the same problem i.e. a phpinfo.php file gets downloaded when I browse it in my browser.In case the browser wants to save your php files instead of displaying the content, you should enable php support in the /etc/apache2/mod_userdir.conf file. Add the following line to it, just after the <Directory /home/*/public_html> line and restart the server.Include /etc/apache2/conf.d/php5.conf
I need to install Mercurial, and i want to do it through the shell. Yesterday i tried it, but i got the 1.1.5 version (something like that),but i need the newest version.How can i check the version of the package being downloaded (or about to be) and/or get the newest version?
Is there any way to verify if packets being trafficked over a certain port are valid for the service you want to use this port for?
One obvious example that probably clarifies my question: When I open port 443 (outgoing or incoming) for https/ssl traffic, I don't want this port to be used for say openvpn traffic. Thus: when someone wants to surf to a website with https, it should be ok but if someone wants to connect to his home openvpn server over that same port, it should be blocked.
I have a custom file, that is created by a X (not known) program. I would like to "try" to read one of the files it creates. Of course one way is to try to open it from c or java and try to see what is inside the file. For that I have to do a few retries with different data types.
Thus I was thinking if there is any program, that can facilitate this checking by reading the file with all the different ways fast.
I know the who belongs to the IP address that created the file. (is there any way to verify what IP address created what file?) My concern is that it did not come from the address specified. I found this in /tmp/udp.pl.
As part of the troubleshooting process for my web application, I was told to find out through PHPinfo if PHP is running in CGI mode. I have my phpinfo page up, but I'm not sure what I should be looking for.
I have a web application that I am trying to upgrade. Part of their upgrade process involves using a migration tool to transfer data from one version to another. This tool relies on cronjobs for it to function.According to them, the migration is not working because my cronjobs are not working properly.Is there a way to verify this?Below is what I had to paste in my crontab:MAILTOemail@example.com* * * * * cd /srv/www/whiterhino/d7/periodic; /usr/bin/php -q cron.php
I downloaded the demo of Penumbra Overture, it is a .sh file (113Mb). I can't open the file. In a terminal I ran chmod +x PenumbraOvertureDemo-2553.sh and then sudo ./PenumbraOvertureDemo-2553.sh and I get an error "./PenumbraOvertureDemo-2553.sh: 2: Syntax error: "(" unexpected" . The quotation marks are my own. Is the file corrupted? One of my lugmates thinks it might be a shar file, but Karmic says that it is a shell script. Another friend says that it is too large to be a shell script. Here is the code:
john@john-laptop:~$ cd /home/john/00 john@john-laptop:~/00$ chmod +x PenumbraOvertureDemo-2553.sh john@john-laptop:~/00$ sudo ./PenumbraOvertureDemo-2553.sh
I am getting some error when i compile cross compile "dbus-1.2.20". error Code: checking for XML_ParserCreate_MM in -lexpat... no configure: error: Could not find expat.h, check config.log for failed attempts so i downloaded te expat library sources i cross compiled. But again i am getting same error. I think i have to add "-lexpat" in LDFLAG. But i dont know how to do that.
Anyone attempting to install Debian Squeeze from CD-1, or Debian-live DVD will want to know how to verify the file with MD-5, SHA-256 and (available for some versions only) SHA-512 checksums of the iso images, using the appropriate signing key. But there are no instructions that I can find in the Debian CD FAQ, which simply points users at the archive keyring. Now according to this message, as of 9 Feb 2011 the Debian Squeeze archive signing key has fingerprint 9FED 2BCB DCD2 9CDF 7626 78CB AED4 B06F 4730 41FA
The Debian signing key website gives the archive signing key as the master key, and (this addresses the problem I raised elsewhere) even makes it available via https. That sounds good! Just one problem: the detached signatures for files such as url
which gives the SHA-256 sum for url
have been signed with a different key, which has fingerprint DF9B 9C49 EAA9 2984 3258 9D76 DA87 E80D 6294 BE9B
No wonder I am confused! And it seems that I may not be the only one; others seem to be confused also.
If no-one at the Debian mailing list can explain what is going on, I have little hope that anyone here will be able to clear this up, but I'll ask anyway: what are all the Debian related GPG keys and where do you find them all? is it true that there are different keys needed to verify CD iso images and debs? (And... what else?) where do you go to obtain all the lastest Debian keys via https? (This is important as it can hinder MITM attacks by lone crackers, assorted crooks, maybe even state actors, etc.; the "Comodogate" story provides clear evidence that there are people or organizations interested in mounting MITM attacks on persons downloading open-source software). in particular, it is sometimes convenient to use a live-CD to download an iso image (for example, when you no longer trust the system you are trying to upgrade!) and then one wants to use GPG to check the file with the checksum, so one needs to quickly locate and import into the GPG keyring of the (temporary) live-CD session the correct key; so where can I find the CD-signing key availalble via https? shouldn't the CD FAQ explain all this?
after the netinst finished to download the last package, one hour later the process never continues, I checked the log file and I didn't find anything suspecious, also dmesg and nothing, in fact, in the log file before checked I found that the last line was registered just a minute ago - DHCP renew IP-, so my questions are:
1. all the packages downloaded are gone?, can I restart the installation using all those packages downloaded?
2. where I can find the error or problem that cause that the installation was freezed?
3. in the case that installation needs to start from the beginning, can I use the package downloaded?
How do I know the time and date of a file downloaded from the net. Is it possible at all? If I want to know when the downloaded file such as a text file was created ie written by the author if not mentioed at all in the entire document. The command I use locally to know file creation time is given below.
Code: ls -l filename.txt -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 691 Dec 3 11:12 filename.txt
I am very new to linux. I just got the dual boot working a couple of days ago. Now I downloaded MATLAB (2009b) from my university website. It came in a zip file...well I have no clue how to install it. I looked at the instruction manual, it doesn't really explain much.
I've got something or someone downloading from me, probably scraping, and i can't figure out WHAT is using all of my bandwidth, and WHERE it's coming from.I don't know what SERVICE its from (eg, is this an apache request, or DNS DOS), what FILES are being accessed (if any, eg apache requests/scrape), and what IP is requesting them.My apache logs isn't showing anything that makes me thing i'm being scrapped. I'm kinda stuck in a brain fart right now and can't remember how to track this down, but the long and short is that all of my band width is being consumed, and 1 of my CPU cores is staying maxed out ("top" says that it's the avahi service).I've shut off the following services 1 by 1 to see if any of them would cause a drop in network usage, and none of them did:
I am having problems installing the OOO_3.2.1_Linux_x86_install-deb_en-US.tar.gz install package from openoffice.org. When I unpack the tar.gz file, I get another folder labeled OOO320_m18_native_packed-1_en-US.9502, which as a folder named DEBS that has number of .deb files. How do I install the mentioned file or files? I would like to use the download for installation, so I can get the updated version of OpenOffice, and not use the Ubuntu repository.