Trouble setting up a local Ghost image server with VSFTPDview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hi, Until recently, I've been using CentOS on servers as well as on desktops. These last weeks, I've been migrating all my desktops to openSUSE 11.3. The server machines still use CentOS, but I have one desktop machine here that has to run an FTP server locally, for use with Ghost For Linux. I installed vsftpd on the openSUSE machine and tried to configure it like I did before on CentOS. (Distributions)

[SOLVED] USB Internet Key X225S (1bbb:f000, 1bbb:0017) on Ubuntu 10.04view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Author: Nicola Asuni (http://nicolaasuni.tecnick.com). This guide covers the installation of the Internet USB modem key identified as "TCT Mobile Limited One Touch X225S-2CWNIT1" (1bbb:f000, 1bbb:0017) on Ubuntu Linux 10.04 Lucid Lynx Desktop AMD64 (2.6.32-24-generic #42-Ubuntu SMP Fri Aug 20 14:21:58 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux). This guide can be also used to install similar flip-flop (HowTos)

connection manager system in networkview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi! I just wanted to know what's your opinion on my problem. I have few linux servers that can be located on any place in the world, only port 22 is open. (HowTos)

FreeNX / nomachine NXclient -- keyboard problemsview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – This thread (nxserver now broken?) has inspired me to install FreeNX and the client from nomachine on openSUSE-11.2 (this is the version used on both, server and client machine). The good news is: basically it works. I can connect and get the desktop. However, I have some trouble with the keyboard. Up and Down arrow keys do not work. The up arrow triggers a screen snapshot. (Distributions)

[ubuntu] [samba] I can create, rename and modify, but not deleteview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi all First of all I'd like to thank all the helpful members of this forum. A week ago I didn't know anything about linux, and I'm pretty sure that through this forum entirely I've gone on to setup an Ubuntu Server with Samba, which I've set up at the office here. I'm having a strange issue. I've created an Archives folder which I've shared with everyone. (HowTos)

Storing o/p of a command to a variableview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi, I have a ftp script there I want to store the o/p of the below command: Code: sftp -b <batch file> user@password cat <batch file> get /remote/file/path/remote_file_name.csv*.gz  /local/path Now the problem is that when I fire this command. (HowTos)

sudo problemsview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hello everybody. I have been using openSUSE in my desktop pc since few months so I am not really an expert in it. I have run through a problem and I would appreciate any help: Accidentaly I changed the permissions of different files in the root (/) directory. As a direct result the sudo privileges, accessible until that moment by my user, disappeared. In fact if I tried using "sudo zypper (Distributions)

IT Innovation Success Kit for IT DecisionMakers (Get your complimentary kit now)view story

http://www.debianadmin.com – Learn how new technologies are cutting insane software maintenance costs, while also boosting first-contact resolution rates, for IT Professionals. The “IT Innovation Success Kit” contains an executive-level briefing for slashing maintenance costs by unifying infrastructure and service management; 5 use cases to illustrate the benefits of that unification; and a prescriptive path for i (Distributions)

Kontact google calendar sync always says 'invalid password'view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I'm trying to use Akonadi to sync kontact with my google kalendar on opensuse 11.3. I've installed the akonadi-googledata and libgcal0 packages from KDE:Extras and followed these instructions: stealthcopter.com » Setting up google calendar with Kontact (or korganiser) using akonadi The problem is that the Akonadi Google Calendar resource keeps saying I've entered an invalid password. (Distributions)

[SOLVED] Replacing Network Manager with Wicd - glitches and solutionsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 on an LG laptop. I'm connecting to my home wireless network with WEP encryption. The default Network Manager handles this fairly well. However, I prefer using Wicd, since it starts scanning for networks at boot time, saving me an annoying wait after I log in. I wanted to share the problems I ran into while switching, and how to avoid them. (HowTos)