The new Lollipop API provides 2 new features "Profile Owner" and "Device Owner" (http://developer.android.com/about/versions/android-5.0.html#Enterprise). Between them, they offer just the features I need for an app that parents can use to control their children's device activity.
Problem, [03:23][root@TMDellCB:/root]# ssh owner@TMHomeCB
ssh: connect to host TMHomeCB port 22: No route to host
[03:24][root@TMDellCB:/root]# ssh [email protected]
ssh: connect to host 192.168.2.10 port 22: No route to host SOLVED. I forgot that I shutdown TMHomeCB.Though the above error, was replaced with a new error. [02:20][owner@TMDellCB:/home/owner]$ ssh owner@tmhomecb
I am facing issues with my nfs share (NFSV3), /test1 which is exported from NSA &
running oracle application on it,while creating a file in /test1 share, I am getting the owner & group as "4294967294" & if try to change permission even from root user, it gives error as "Operation not permitted".
NFS client is rhel 5.8
I just upgraded from F14 to F17 and before doing so I backed up my home directory on a usb memory stick. Now that I have completed the installation I want to re-create my home directory from the usb memory stick but I can not due to a permission/ownership conflict which exists between me as I had been defined under F14 verses F17.
While connected to my home Wifi, my phone shows up in the router log twice. Once with the IP assigned by the router and a second time with a completely different IP series. Is this normal or is this indicative of a rogue app doing something bad like phoning home?
OK, so I have created a new user (for my Domestic Supervisor). She wants some stuff copied from her windows XP file share, which she gathered into a single folder. So I dutifully open the "home folder" app and after futzing around I find /usr/home/wife/Desktop and I then open another "home folder" app and find the Windows stuff and attempt to copy.