Hi Unix.com people! :) My question, I think, it's easy to understand. I want to configure my sudoers file (/etc/sudoers) in order to hide automatically, some repetitive and annoying commands to be listed on auth.log (/var/log/auth.log). Anyone know something, or know where I can find more info about it? Thanks in advance for your effort. See you!
I come back to this question after a while, always run troubles that change issues managing priority order.I wondered about LXC or chroot mainly because headaches I had first when setting up LaTeX. Then, once I had a main syst crisis that forced me to reinstall the whole of it.
Ok so this is an old old thread but I thought "why repost the same question"? My problem was Krita - the best way to deal with it is to add new repos that are specified on Kritas Downloads page. The tricky part is that no matter how much I add and fiddle with it it still downloads an old version of Krita. Any tips and tricks to bestow a newbie?
A tricky one for you: Im working on a project and am quite stuck.
It is for an NGO in Uganda who want to know to get a better idea of what goes into their basic pit latrines (essentially a hole in the ground where waste is flushed into via flushing with a bucket of water).
The setup is pretty much this: http://www.unep.or.jp/ietc/publicati.../2-4/4-1-3.asp