Software :: Error - Mkdir: Cannot Create Directory `/dev/cgroup/cpu/user/5900': No Such File Or Directory
Jun 21, 2011
I get the following error whenever I launch bash:
mkdir: cannot create directory `/dev/cgroup/cpu/user/5900': No such file or directory
bash: /dev/cgroup/cpu/user/5900/tasks: No such file or directory
bash: /dev/cgroup/cpu/user/5900/notify_on_release: No such file or directory
It seems like it's probably from this part of .bashrc:
What does this code do, why, and what's causing it to go wrong?
Well, I am facing problem when doing lab questions.
I must use DLXLinux bundled in Bochs (bochs.sourceforge.net).
I am required to use the /usr/local directory.
In /usr directory, there is no directory named 'local' but there is one thing called 'local@'. So, when I try to use mkdir command to create 'local' directory in /usr , there are error "cannot make directory.....".
i am trying to install symantec endpoint on a linux server by this command rpm -ivh sav-1.0.3-8.i386.rpm but it gives me the following error error: unpacking of archive failed on file /opt/Symantec/bin/navdefutil;4ceb8d6b: cpio: mkdir failed - No such file or directory
I'm having a bit of trouble understanding umask and mkdir in C++. In my program, I want to create a directory with the permissions 755.
If I do:-
The permissions come out all messed up.
But if I do:-
The permissions are set as expected.
I am having trouble understanding why umask(0); is needed, and what is the 'proper' way to use it so I can make my directory. From what I can understand from the man pages and everything, I need to set the umask in my program to allow it permission to make a directory with those permissions? And I don't get why umask(0); fixes it anyway!
I have a network set up that has been working for around a year with no problems but has now developed a login problem. The system was set up with a main server with all users on it and another PC located elsewhere that people could log onto using there personal login and password that then gained access to the account on the main server. This remote PC has now got the problem. When you try to log onto an account it comes up with the message "your session has lasted less than 10 seconds. If you have not logged out yourself this could mean there is a installation problem or that you are out of disk space."
Error message says that no profile for the user can be found and it couldnt create per-user gnome configuration directory. I can log on as root onto the remote PC as it is obviously a local account but all the account on the main server are not accessible. From the root account I can see that the connection to the server is OK and I can actually log into the accounts on the server using the failsafe session so the physical network is OK.
I never built or designed this set up and to be honest I normally work with windows so its all a bit strange to me. Both PC's run Centos 5. I have checked the messages log and there doesnt seem to be any indication of a problem. Just that it stopped connecting from the remote PC. The accounts are all active on the main server itself and have no problems being accessed.
i have rhel 5.2 and i want to create user using useradd command without creating user home directory and not throwing any warning/error about not creating any home directory.i have tried useradd -u "$NEW_UID" -g <gid> -d "/home/$1" -M "$1"where $1 is user name and $NEW_UID is i am calculating.it throws error as useradd: cannot create directory /home/$1which i dont want to come , how to prevent this?
I am using NIS and I want to replace this with 389 ds. I have installed 389 ds and configured it. I could create user account from 389-console. But it does not create user home directory. Do I have to create user account and user home directory in linux first?
However, when I rebooted the system there was a message stating that the anti virus definitions were older then 7 days and that I should update the anti virus definitions.I tried to use Freshclam to do this and got the following messages:
[root@centos5 ~]# freshclam ClamAV update process started at Thu Oct 1 09:12:25 2009 main.cvd is up to date (version: 51, sigs: 545035, f-level: 42, builder: sven) ERROR: chdir_tmp: Can't create directory ./clamav-53a663906264d1cc34065aed10e96dc1
Is there any program/script that can create a torrent file for each file in a directory? I have been looking all over but can't seem to find anything of the sort. I have 700+ files I REALLY don't want to make my self.
I have iMac 2.4GHz with rEFIT installed. I installed Unity on one of the partition. Kernel is still 188.8.131.52. I am getting error message when I run the command sudo gedit /etc/x11/xorg.conf
The error message is
(gedit:2139): Gtk-WARNING **: Attempting to store changes into `/root/.local/share/recently-used.xbel', but failed: Failed to create file '/root/.local/share/recently-used.xbel.AC7YXV': No such file or directory
(gedit:2139): Gtk-WARNING **: Attempting to set the permissions of `/root/.local/share/recently-used.xbel', but failed: No such file or directory
I'm trying to build a cups server (with cups-pdf) and it's not printing (creating) the PDF output. from cups-pdf log:
[ERROR] failed to create directory (/home/testuser/PDF) [ERROR] failed to create user output directory (/home/testuser/PDF)
the lp command is being ran from SSH as "testuser", who is in the lpadmin group (as well as sysadmin, users, and about 5 other groups while troubleshooting this) I've tried creating the PDF folder as both the user, and as root but still no output file (when the folder is created the first error goes away, but the user output error remains) *note, the /home directory is a symbolic link to a separate partion (/storage) I'm still a bit green on linux, but the server is headless, and for now i'm just trying to get normal users able to print using cups-pdf
here's my cupsd.conf
# # # Sample configuration file for the CUPS scheduler. See "man cupsd.conf" for a # complete description of this file.
I'm trying to jail a sftp user. All I want is for my daughter-in-law to be able to download pictures of my grandson on his step-uncle's motorcycle. But I don't want her browsing around. She's not a techie, but she's smart enough to catch on how WinSCP is looking at my files. I've set up the jail using jk_init, adding ssh, sftp, bash, netutils, basicshell, jk_lsh.
The physical root of the jail is owned by root, as are all the binaries loaded by the jk_init. The user's home directory is owned recursively by the user and is writable only by the owner. The passwd and group files are in the jailed /etc and populated by the user's lines. Shell is bash, and bash is there too. The error message must be coming from some other problem that's not notifying, but what?
I have a server with Fedora 13 with which I would like to get NFS working. I have looked up multiple howto's and tutorials, but I'm having a problem not addressed by any of them.Official how-to, another how-to, and another how-to.I have verified that nfs-utils, nfs-utils-lib, portmap, and system-config-nfs are installed and running. I have verified that I have, in fact, shared the directory that I want to share, and that the proper permissions are set.
I had to go through some gyrations to get the Belkin wireless N router to allow my server to have a static IP. However, I can ping the server from the nfs client (a toshiba satellite running mint 8), and vice versa. I have (for now) disabled firewalls on both computers. I think I have disabled SELinux on Fedora 13 (for now).When I attempt to connect to the server from the client, the output looks like this:Quote:
aragorn ~ # mount -v 192.168.2.101:/test /home/kelev/test/ mount: no type was given - I'll assume nfs because of the colon mount.nfs: timeout set for Sat Dec 18 12:21:09 2010