The following situation: I have a web server, for a specific directory I want to allow access via SFTP from outside. This access should only be able to see certain directories (chroot). Another account should be accessible from my home network via SSH. Step 1 Create User Add user for sftp access from outside Modify […]
At frist create with root a new account called teamspeak: Then create a directory called /opt/teamspeak for the teamspeak server and adjust the rights: You change to the account teamspeak and go in the just created directory. With a Browser you can get on http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads the download link for wget. Don’t use the link listed […]
That the Subversion server on Linux is also loaded with a restart, you have to write your own script: The path “/path/to/repos” tweak accordingly.. Set the correct user and group by “–chuid svn:subversion” which have full access rights to the path. Save the file as “subversion” in “/etc/init.d/” and adjust with # chmod 0755 /etc/init.d/subversion […]
Install Subversion: # apt-get install subversion Then set up a root directory for repositories: # mkdir /svn/ Add group “subversion”: # addgroup subversion Add User “svn”: # adduser svn Add user “svn” to group “subversion”: # adduser svn subversion Set permissions: # chown -R svn:subversion /svn/ Login “svn”: # su svn Create a Repository: # […]
To login the user “root” automatically in the desktop environment, you need to do the following changes:: # nano /etc/pam.d/gdm3 Change: to: # nano /etc/pam.d/gdm3-autologin Change: to: # nano /etc/gdm3/daemon.conf Change to: and add: Reboot: # shutdown -r now
If you attempt to install this processor on a recent Linux, you get the following message: This kernel requires the following features not present on the CPU: cx8 cmov Use a kernel before version 2.6.35. In these versions is the CPU capacity for “Conditional Move” is not necessary.