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  1. Thread: Mednafenfe

    by Sarteck
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    Re: Mednafenfe

    AMG, THANK YOU, WWWOOKIE! :3

    I've been trying to get the front end to work, and this workaround works perfectly for me.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Permission problems using SFTP to upload files

    Well, instead of putzing around with doing all that, what you could do is just add yourself to the www-data group.

    Let's assume that your username is "jhorra" for this:
    sudo usermod -a -G...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Permission problems using SFTP to upload files

    Find out what user and group owns the directory and what the permissions are. (A simple ls -l would do.)

    If your account owns it and it has user write access, you probably wouldn't be posting. X3...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: find the SHA-1 hash for a password in the terminal

    Double-posting because this is an alternate answer:

    echo -n Password1 | sha1sum | awk '{print $1}'

    I am not so proficient with the command line that I even know quite what this does, lol, but...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: find the SHA-1 hash for a password in the terminal

    Could run PHP to do it:

    If php5-cli is installed, the following would work fine:

    php -r "echo sha1('Password1');"



    EDIT: There might be a regular BASH command for it, but I just don't...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    Dad does saddles, moccassins, jackets, carvings, and just about anything you can do with your hands. If it involves any (to use his words) "techno-geek babble," he'll do absolutely anything to avoid...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    Okay, going through it step-by-step like this, I see where I was wrong.

    When I moved the folders from my parents' "family" account or from my "sarteck" account using Thunar, the original file...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    Ai'ight, I thought that was it, that we were done, heh.


    Yes, creating a folder and creating a empty text file using Thunar does work, and does give the correct permissions. Creating a folder...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    Yes, that does work... but it's kind of senseless for what it is that I'm trying to do, unfortunately. My parents aren't going to want to learn command-line creation/editing of files. They're going...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    Ai'ight. This is what I did earlier:

    sudo mkdir /data
    sudo chown root:webmasters /data
    sudo chmod 2775 /data


    Using the file browser (Thunar, since I'm using Xubuntu), I then dragged and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    Sorry, been doing the Uncle Mom thing last night and was too tired to update this last night.

    First, you were right about the group not taking effect until after I logged out and logged back in. ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    $ umask
    0002

    I vaguely remember reading a long time ago on some forum or another that adding a directory to the root directory is a Bad Thing (tm), though it could be either that I read it wrong...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    I did set it with chmod 2770 a few days ago when I was first putzing around with it, yes. To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure why--it's just something I remember doing a long time ago in my first...
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    [SOLVED] Re: User/Groups help

    $ less /etc/group |grep webmasters
    webmasters:x:1002:family,sarteck

    So, yeah, that's looking like it should. :< Or I assume so.
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    [SOLVED] User/Groups help

    I currently have two users on this computer:
    sarteck (my own account)
    family (may family's account)

    I wanted to make a directory /home/family/Documents/the_directory* to be accessible to both me...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: Getting rid of some partitions, need advice.

    Surprisingly enough, it seems that just setting it as boot worked fine. There was some message about "keys" and "s for skip or M or manual", but I just skipped it and everything started fine.

    I...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: Getting rid of some partitions, need advice.

    All righty then. I'm deleting the twp NTFS partitions, resizing the extended partition and moving it left, then resizing the ext4 partition to have it fill the unused space.

    It's got about 45...
  18. [SOLVED] Getting rid of some partitions, need advice.

    Right, so here's my current partitioning scheme:

    http://i42.tinypic.com/12490f7.png

    I want to get rid of the two NTFS Partitions entirely (/dev/sda1 and /dev/sda3). The extended partition has...
  19. Thread: Klipper

    by Sarteck
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    [ubuntu] Re: Klipper

    Just a note to Xubuntu users who stumble on this thread like I did, xfce4-clipman-plugin is the XFCE version for us.


    sudo apt-get install xfce4-clipman-plugin
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Trying to upgrade 9.10 via command line, failing hard.

    This thread solved my problem:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1127305


    Basically, replace the subdomains of ubuntu.com with "old-releases"
  21. [SOLVED] Trying to upgrade 9.10 via command line, failing hard.

    Yar, I have a few 9.10 servers I am trying to upgrade. Unfortunately, I'm not doing so well.


    sudo apt-get update
    Ign http://security.ubuntu.com karmic-security Release.gpg
    Ign...
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    Re: PHP5 CLI with MySQL

    I feel like a retard....

    extension=mysql.so was actually extension-mysql.so in my ini file.

    /me facepalms

    After correcting that, things are running as expected.
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    PHP5 CLI with MySQL

    I'm trying to create a PHP script to grab some information from my database and create a file with that information.

    I can get the Script to execute, but it seems that it fails to load the MySQL...
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    [all variants] Re: Script for MySQL backup?

    Thanks, did as you suggested with the extra user with only LOCK TABLES and SELECT privileges. Ran the script as sh /path/to/script.sh and everything worked fine.

    I created a crontab entry with...
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    [all variants] Script for MySQL backup?

    I'd like to make a cron to backup one of my MySQL databases nightly.

    It should:
    -- Rename the existing Backup file from backup_db.sql.gz to backup_db.sql.gz.bak
    -- Execute mysqldump -u...
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