how to set path when applying single puppet module?view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm trying to run a single module like this: puppet apply --verbose --modulepath=moduleshere --noop -e 'include myclass' However, I get this kind of error, indicating the path is not set Parameter unless failed: '[ -e "${logfile}" ]' is not qualified and no path was specified. (HowTos)

openSUSE 12.1 Reveiew by Terence Lamview story

http://news.opensuse.org – This review is written by Terence Lam a student from Singapore sharing his experiences with openSUSE In this review, I will install openSUSE 12.1, try out GNOME and KDE and also give a brief overview of advanced tools like YaST and have a look at ownCloud. DVD Installer The installer supports a large number of languages and had options that can be used both by beginners as well as advanced users. (Distributions)

Event Logs for Remote Share BruteForceview story

http://serverfault.com – This command is used to access remote shares. net use \\share /user:admin password Is there any way to detect(EventLogs/other tools) if someone is trying to BruteForce into a remote system using this method? (HowTos)

iptables - Target to route packet to specific interface?view story

http://serverfault.com – My home server has two main interfaces, eth1 (a standard internet connection) and tun0 (an OpenVPN tunnel). (HowTos)

dual monitors on dual video cards Ubuntuview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have been trying this to no avail. I am a linux newb, so a step by step explanation would be greatly appreciated. I have two video cards, nvidia geforce 8600 gt . I want a monitor to run on each card, so twinview cannot be used because my understanding that is only for single video cards. I went to the system monitors tab and my second display is detected but disabled. (HowTos)

Why bash time is more precise then GNU time?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – The buitin bash command time gives milisecond precision of execution and GNU time (usually /usr/bin/time) gives centisecond precision. times(2) syscall gives times in clocks, and 100 clocks = 1 second (usually), so the precision is like in GNU time. So the question is what is bash time using so that it's more precise? (HowTos)

PHP-CLI cannot execute scripts on Samba Share (using cifs) inside a guest VM (Centos 6)view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a centos 6 VM running as a guest within Virtualbox. I've set up a LAMP stack which I am able to access from the host (Windows) environment. I've mounted a samba share using 'mount -t cifs' and I'm able to use apache to serve files from that share (all good so far) problem I'm now trying to run a simple test.php script from the command line This is the output I get (below) notice what hap (HowTos)

Division in bash scriptview story

http://www.unix.com – I use this simple command result=$(echo "7 / 9" |bc -l) echo $result .77777777777777777777 .... but I like to get 0.7777777777777777777 How can I do in order to get also the 0 ? (HowTos)

how to find files in a pattern directoryview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi, I have more than 1000 directories under one directory (lets says under /home/). Sub directories are like A1 to A100,B1 to B100 etc.. Here my problem is I need to find the files older than 10 days in the directories which starts with A*. I tried some thing like this which is not working. Code: find . (HowTos)

new centos dedicated server - cant get mysql workingview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi all, I installed centos 5, with LAMP. httpd is working fine, ssh, ftp all working ok. But, when I try to use mysql its not, when I give the command Code: mysql I get Code: ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2) (HowTos)