Who opens my file on my folder in network server which is not my system but i have credentials for the folder [closed]
Is there a way to monitor files when someone open my files in a network server folder which is not my own system but the administrator gave rights for me with username and password for me only? I know ...
I have 5 HDDs, /dev/sd[abcde]. After reboot my system volume is sometimes /dev/sda and sometimes /dev/sde. How can I fix this so that's always the same?
SCVMM R2: Is there possibility to make P2V conversion on working Windows and synchronize changes made during conversion after whole process?
SCVMM R2: Is there possibility to make P2V conversion on working Windows and synchronize changes made during conversion after whole process? Thanks P.S. Destination is Hyper-V R2 Server.
I have a linux box (Debian) which is up 24/7. I'd like to set it up in such a way, that once a day it connects to a specific FTP server and checks if any files have changed since the last check. If ...
I know there was a command on Unix that I could use to monitor a file and see changes that are getting written to it. This was quite useful especially for checking log files. Do you know what it is ...