A directory, also commonly called a folder, is a filesystem object used for organizing files and other directories.

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Multiple web apps without domain names on Nginx server

I want to create on my nginx server multiple web applications with laravel, but none of them will need a domain name. I want to create a config file to seperate my apps like: http://...ip.../app1 ...
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How to make rsync delete destination directories no longer existing at source?

I have hard drive that I back up with rsync to a network-attached storage. There are some non-empty directories at the destination (the nas) that do not exist on the source anymore. It is not a ...
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Mount Remote CIFS/SMB Share as a Folder not a Drive Letter

Is there any way to mount a remote CIFS/SMB/SAMBA share as a folder/directory and not as a drive letter. For example, I want this map: \\Server\ShareName -> C:\Folder\ShareName Instead of the usual ...
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Status of replication support in ApacheDS?

The features page indicates they're expecting to support multi-master replication "soon". Does it have any basic master-slave replication yet or does it currently not support any form of replication? ...
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Difference between <Location> and <Directory> Apache directives

I have Zend Server installed and noticed something like the following was added to my httpd.conf file: <Location /ZendServer> Order Allow,Deny Allow from 127.0.0.1 </Location> Alias ...
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How to copy file preserving directory path in Linux?

I have Eclipse projects and ".project" file in them, the directory structure looks like 'myProject/.project'. I want to copy these '.project' files to another directory, but I want the enclosing ...
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Can't resize Folder properties window

I've opened the properties window of a folder to view it's security groups, but the security group names are too long to be fully readable in the security tab. There is no way to resize the window. ...
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Apache VirtualHost Proxy with a Subdirectory

Currently, we have an IIS server as our primary web server. We are implementing an Apache server in its place, but still need to have the IIS server accessible. Typically, this is a simple thing, ...
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FTP with linux permissions not being set

I run a dedicated server with clients. I then accessed one client's account and created a folder. Let's call it TEST. I check permissions via the FTP client, and they check out to be ok (which is ...
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“The local device name is already in use” error when connecting to active directory shared folders

We have a Windows Server 2003 running active directory - the users login with their AD accounts from their PCs. We have setup a file server where each AD user has a shared network folder hosted on the ...
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Active Directory Users Delegated Permissions

This is probably a dumb question, but how does the delegated user access ad to make these changes? I have set this up but a user cannot launch the active directory users and groups tool. Only admins ...
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User folder not showing up in Windows Explorer

I have a user that logs into the domain receiving an error message regarding their "my documents" folder being inaccessible. Browsing the D:\Users directory using Windows Explorer on the server, the ...
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Best method to track folder size growth over time?

I have a file server that has a pretty large folder tree. There's a shared folder, under that are 5 departmental folders. Nested inside of those are thousands of subfolders and files. I would like ...
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Emails keep going to Gmail spam folder - DKIM, SPF, are set up - Very perplexing [duplicate]

Note: This is NOT a duplicate question, there are no questions that address the very specific details of headers as far as whether the inclusion of multiple DKIM entries will result in landing in the ...
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chef remote_directory permissions

I have checked https://docs.chef.io/resource_remote_directory.html and http://joerussbowman.tumblr.com/post/58241535331/chef-remote-directory-is-basically first of all. chef-client version 12.2.1 ...
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Least, secure and enough permissions for public_html and folders and files under public_html using SuPHP for shared hosting environment

I have a server with SuPHP and DirectAdmin. Many (but not ALL) of my users are running Joomla and Wordpress. Will it make a problem if I chmod public_html and sub-folders to 700? Will they NEED more ...
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Windows 2008 R2 folder prompt for credentials

I cannot find an answer to this question, so I am hoping someone here can help. We have a couple folders on our NAS that only our Help Desk techs can get into for install and troubleshooting ...
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Dovecot: Email clients and duplicated folders

So in my server I'm usually going against a problem, different emails clients call some special folders like Sent and Trash different names like Sent Items and Deleted Items. My question is, can I in ...
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Changing Data directory in MariaDB

I have a doubt : Is mariadb support datadirectory location change from the default location to the another user defined location ? When Iam trying to change datadir location of mariadb by ...
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Windows network folder directory list inconsistent when viewed from two different client machines

I am on a corporate network using Windows. There is a network share provided by a NetApp appliance. When I log on to two different machines and view the network drive, I see inconsistent directory ...
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Migrate local user to LDAP server and keep the old user directory

I have an existing Debian server with a lot of local user (these user account are used for application authentication and keeps files in each home directory), and I want to migrate all the local user ...
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Specify which directores to look for .htaccess file

I'd read that enabling .htaccess for all directories causes a performance overhead, because all subfolders are also scanned for .htaccess files. I'd like to only have the .htaccess file read in: ...
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Ensuring a repeatable directory ordering in linux

I run a hosted continuous integration company, and we run our customers' code on Linux. Each time we run the code, we run it in a separate virtual machine. A frequent problem that arises is that a ...
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How to write a dos batch script to create a folder structure?

I would like to be able to have a dos batch script that I could utilize to create a specific folder structure below what ever directory I may be in at any given time. The specific folder structure ...
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Remote I/O costs with a Content Delivery Network

As far as I know, the time complexity of scanning a directory and the amount of files in said directory are correlated due to I/O costs. Would the administrative costs of placing the files in a hashed ...
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Adding sub-site to an apache server's main web site [duplicate]

I have a CentOS server running a bunch of services, some with web interfaces available as subfolders of the root site; eg: myhost/service1interface or myhost/service2interface I want to create my ...
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nginx getting php plain unparsed if change to root to subfolder [duplicate]

with this config all files within the /usr/share are accessible and i just want to serve the phpmyadmin folder and not everything. if i set the root to /usr/share/phpmyadmin and set before the ...
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Deleting sub-directories from multiple parent folders in Windows

I'm looking for a script in Windows that will delete subdirectories older than 7 days but for multiple parent folders, I don't want to list them one by one in my batch file. My folders are structured ...
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logrotating files in a directories and its subdirectories

Is it possible to get logrotate to consider logfiles in a directory and all its subdirectories? (i.e. without explicitly listing the subdirectories.)
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Active Directory Folder Effective Permissions of all users

I know that is easy to get the effective permissions of one group or user over a folder, but I want to know if it is possible to get the effective permissions for all users on my shared folder. There ...
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Wordpress blog website apache and IIS subdirectory

The issue is this : Our company has a website hosted on an IIS server. I have recently been given the task to configure a WordPress server for an eventual WordPress blog so that our social media ...
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Setup custom domain with folder in path for Blogger hosted blog

Google Blogger makes it easy to put a blog at a custom top-level domain or custom subdomain, such as: www.example.com blog.example.com The setup involves creating a CNAME pointing to: ...
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Sharepoint 2010: Can't create a folder in a custom list

I'm trying to create folders in a set of custom lists I've created. However, when I try to do this, the New Folder button in the Ribbon is disabled. I read up on the matter; and this lead me to look ...
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How can I enlist the content of a zip archive, but only the first level?

I have a big zip file and I want to know what it's contain. I know I can run: zipinfo file.zip but the output is too verbose and there are a lot of files in the sub-directories. I want to see a ...
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Powershell script to display all groups and their users

I'm currently trying to write a script that displays each group and user in the domain. Import-Module ActiveDirectory $Groups = (Get-AdGroup -filter * | Where {$_.name -like "**"} | select ...
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Powershell script to display all groups and the users they contain [duplicate]

I'm currently trying to write a script that displays each group and user in the domain. Import-Module ActiveDirectory $Groups = (Get-AdGroup -filter * | Where {$_.name -like "**"} | select ...
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Running Passenger with apache in a subfolder

I got a Testserver on which I wanna run an ruby application with passenger and I wanna access this application by subfolder. So I added this to my default apache config: <Directory ...
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Can't start MYSQL after changing directories

So I started running out of space on my linux hard disk. I added another hard drive and now I want to change the MySQL directories. So instead of saving the data into the old hard drive, it saves it ...
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How delete the content of a directory in Centos

I need to delete all the content of a folder in CentOS but not the folder itself. For example: I have a folder named "MYFOLDER" which contains subfolders FOLD_1, FOLD_2, FOLD_3, FOLD_4... etc , and ...
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Rename Junk folder in dovecot IMAP server

Being English, I find the terms "Trash" and "Junk" confusing because they mean essentially the same thing. I want to rename these folders on my Dovecot IMAP server to "Deleted" and "Spam" respectively ...
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Change group ownership of Folders with chmod g+s

I have a folder hierarchy that I want to change the group ownership including any subsequent file/folder additions. I was going to use chmod g+s but I'm not sure if it applies to already created ...
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No input file specified nginx subfolder

I've searched many results in this site has same title as my question, but I can't find a suit for me, this is my problem : I installed nginx on ubuntu Everything is ok now, but when I tried to ...
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Unable to join 64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro Client to Windows 2003 domain. Win 7 works fine

I am unable to join a 64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro Client to our Windows 2003 domain. A 64-bit Windows 7 client joins fine. After installing Windows 8.1, before joining to domain, if I run nltest ...
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osx server folders being deleted/removed

I am running a Mac mini as a server for our office. Files and folders start disappearing from our work folder at random intervals but specifically from one folder. The work is all stored on an ...
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OSX Server : Folders randomly going missing

I have OSX Mavericks with the Server app sharing files on our network. I am also running SMBUp for windows pcs. Randomly the two mounts will be set to hidden stopping users from being able to view ...
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Who joined a computer to a domain

Is there an easy way to determine what user account was used to join a computer to a domain?
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windows server C drive and shared folder permission [closed]

i have an app, that needs to run in the folder in root of C drive (C:\AppFolder). And on client, i need map network drive for C:\ because that app searches for \AppFolder... directory. So i have ...
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Meaning of directories on Unix and Unix like systems

I've been using Linux for a couple of years now but I still haven't figured out what the origin or meaning of some the directory names are on Unix and Unix like systems. E.g. what does etc stand for ...
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Limiting write access of same folder in 25 clients to windows server 2008 [closed]

we have 25 clients in our shop, all running win 7 Each of them has D:/Samples which is updated periodically by syncing from the win server machine.. The sync process can be done by pushing the ...
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Update Application on Shared Folder [closed]

I am trying to find a good way to implement updating an application on a shared folder. If there is an update to the program I need to uninstall and reinstall the program on the shared folder. What ...