Create files in specific folder with specific user / group / permissionview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have been looking at umask for quite some time now, and to some examples, but I am still not sure how to work with this. Basically what I want is the following. I am a user, a sudoer in the system with the name www-admin and group www-group. Now I want all the folders created in /var/www/www-user to have the following properties. Files created in `/var/www/www-user`, user = www-user, group = (HowTos)

htaccess not works at public_html: why?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – First off, check to make sure mod_userdir is compiled or defined. It seems like the .htaccess files aren't coming into play yet because apache is not going to the right folder to read it in the first place. httpd (or apache2ctl) --fullstatusyou should see a listing of modules in use there. (HowTos)

How do I setup a Linux based kiosk?view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm currently looking into building a kiosk running linux. Here's what I need it to do: Run Apache, PHP, and MySQL Launch a web browser in full screen mode (loads local content hosted by Apache) Auto-login to 'kiosk' user If they need to configure wireless/wired, they can use a key command to quit the web browser, launch the wireless/wired config, and then relaunch the full screen browser. (HowTos)

Disable folder history from GO drop down menu in Nautilus?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I have managed to disable files from showing up in recent documents in the Places menu. Now I want to disable folders from showing up in the Go drop down menu in Nautilus. How can I do this? (HowTos)

Assign log on as local admin to domain accountview story

http://serverfault.com – What I would like to do is grant permission for a domain account to log on to any server/workstation and be a local administrator with having to add this account to domain admin group? This account only needs to be able to read folder sizes on all folders on a workstation/server. Is there a GPO for that? (HowTos)

Since 2-3 weeks nautilus dumps frequently and unexpectedlyview story

http://askubuntu.com – Since 2-3 weeks GNOME nautilus 2.32.0 dumps frequently and unexpectedly. This happens every 3-10 minutes, when I navigate between several tabs and between remote and local folders. A don't have any idea what could be the problem. No I installed newer packages.I do the same steps as 2-3 weeks ago. (HowTos)

Stop server from load user profilesview story

http://serverfault.com – We are an small IT shop, with the most basic services(in this case, user management) "outsourced" to our parent company. We have a bunch of Windows 2003 R2 Std servers on VMWare, which we designed with a System disk just enough to be comfortable for the OS (10 GB). (HowTos)

Sync completely two ubuntu machinesview story

http://askubuntu.com – Is there any software to sync files-folders and software between two pc.For example if I install program 'A' to my desktop I want to be installed to my laptop as well if I have synchronized these two.I want the same with my files and folders.If I change something to my desktop I want the changes to effect my laptop too(I exclude Ubuntu One as a solution). Thanks for your time and patience! (HowTos)

Comparing directories in Emacsview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I am experimenting with ediff-directories, but I am not sure I am using it correctly. I read in the documentation that, once I supply two directories to ediff-directories, if I press == Emacs compares them recursively. However, if I press == I only get folders with = signs (meaning that the two folders have identical contents) on the level where I run the command. (HowTos)

How To: Fix Samsung Galaxy Nexus MTP File Transfer for Ubuntu GNU/Linux 11.10view story

http://www.humans-enabled.com – So I've been so lucky as to have gotten my hands on a spankin' new Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone with Android Linux "Ice Cream Sandwich" version from Verizon!I have to tell you, I am thoroughly enjoying this phone! I'm loving it! (HowTos)