I'm sure I'm missing something quite basic here, but I'm running Ubuntu through Virtual Box on my Mac, and so I need to give my Ubuntu user read/write access to the folder shared by the host and guest systems (named sf_VB_Shared_Folder).
I would like to change the user directory for VSFTPD when the user logs in, instead of using the default home directory for them. I was looking at this post: http://serverfault.com/questions/222...et-interpreted.
I am running an Ubuntu server.
I need to change password of a non-root user on HPUX. Due to some local policy, it is not allowing me to do so. I need to keep same (previous) password, as that is application user. Can I bypass policy for this time, for this user somehow ?
We are supposed to change all useraccount passwords. We have set same username and password for all the 300 systems. We are supposed to change user passwords for every 15 days. Doing it manually eats more time and man power. I hope there is some way to do this via scripting either by bash or tcl. Is is possible? If yes can someone help me pls?
When using Unity on Ubuntu and you change your background then the login background changes to match for your user (I'm sure most of you know that), my question is:
How does lightdm detect the user has changed his/her background?
The reason I'm asking, if that helps clear up what I'm actually asking, is: I use the Cinnamon desktop environment and it DOES NOT update the user background on lightdm