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If you are using a distro like redhat/centos then selinux is not letting mariadb write outside of the pre-set data directory. If you are using something like ubuntu then apparmour is doing the same thing that selinux is doing. For a quick fix you can try disabling the one in question and then trying.


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Darn. It was a different userid afterall. My Windows admin gave me bad info because she had confused herself with different client accounts.


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I've often seen this when client machines have Offline Files enabled for a given share. Same user, same share, different files on different machines.


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When you setup a nss to fetch information from ldap by adding the necessary info to /etc/ldap.conf and enabling ldap in /etc/nsswitch.conf then you should be all set. The location of the home directory is not affected by whether the information comes from /etc/passwd or from your ldap server. To make authentication work you also need to update the pam ...


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Have you tried adding the Directory section withing the VirtualHost declaration? What is your error_log output when accessing the host on the browser? Do you get any error as stated in the apache docs? Ok, so if you want apache to scan just two specific folders out of the whole virtualhost directory for .htaccess files you should specify which ones you ...


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I use cpio in combination with find. Explanation Ex for your use case: find /a/myProject/.project/ -type f | cpio -p -dumv /b/. This command finds all files in /a/myProject/.project/ and copies, while preserving the path, any files contained within. Sorry for being late to the party and not using (always) native tools.


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Modern Linux (ext4) adds a B-tree index for file lists. One of his effect is default files order depends on a hash of their names. To disable this feature use : tune2fs -O^dir_index



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