Im running cent os 5.5 64 bit. I simply want to type in a url (In my browser) on my windows desktop, that downloads a zipped folder from my cent os server. [by neokyle21]
I'm running Windows 8.1. Somehow I've managed to create a situation where my Downloads folder is my Documents folder, i.e. they are one and the same. I would like to get my Documents folder to be my Documents folder and my Downloads folder to be my Downloads folder. In other words, I want to put them back to the way they were when I first installed Windows 8/8.1. Can you help?
I have a computer with Windows Server 2008 ("R1") SP2, which I use as a home server, and another with Windows 8 ("Home"), which I use daily. I want to share a folder from the server to the client, but protect the share with a password.
I've been able to share the folder unprotected, by adding "Everyone" to the permission list.
Three day's before my server os got crashed and all data got locked in my server's Hard drive. so for the recovery i connected another hdd as primary and installed Cent Os. and connected crashed drive as secondary drive. and i tried to mount secondary drive but i got failed can any one help me...
It is a very weird problem
I zipped a folder (in server A) and copied it to another server (server B) ;then unzipped it on the another server .when I executed the script(say ab.sh) in the folder it shows syntax error.
Then on sever B i created a script ab1.sh by doing the copy paste of script ab.sh on server A.Then script is running on the expected lines.
I've just set up my first FTP server with VSFTPD on cent os . I can connect to it fine using a user in the group ftp-users but I get read only access . I've tried several different CHMOD codes on the folder (even 777) all to no avail .
I have hosted my web application in VPS Cent OS. Its working well, in that application if a vendor registered or any events occurs between users and website, admin needs to send emails regarding the event, password, order details, etc. I need to configure the settings to do that. I am a database administrator, this is new to me.