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This problem got solved. Unfortunately I didn't remembered to update this post. I think upgrade of Samba was the solution. Regarding "why samba4" as some have mention in this tread: I'm it professional in a company serving smb customers. Some has just Mac some have both windows and mac. My experience today is that samba 4.1 is reliable and flexible as you ...


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Use --exclude-from. The exclusion file will have all patterns on a new line, and you can forget about quotes, escaping and space problems. I have a similar script to yours, and this is what I did. Note that with this solution, I am generating the exclusion file in my script, therefore I still have to make sure quotes are right. If you can have a static ...


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Based on Brian Armstrong's answer, here's something with a little more explanation and a correction. This handles the log created by postgres on OSX installed by Homebrew. Located at /etc/newsyslog.d/postgresql.conf: # logfilename [owner:group] mode count size(KB) when flags [/pid_file] [sig_num] ...


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You could try using Userify to distribute the keys to ensure permissions are set correctly on the remote host. (Also Userify has a good howto for Mac with usage tips).


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I know it's late, but I'd like to know what kind of VPN you're using. I've had this problem with Cisco Anyconnect VPN. Not seeing the same error as you, but the command would appear to execute, but the routing table would still look the same. I believe Cisco AnyConnect locks the routing table in some way so that it cannot be modified. If this isn't Cisco ...


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This cursor image is meant to evoke the bullets seen when entering passwords in OS X, but it is not an actual character. It's a cursor variant that indicates that you’re at a password (or similar) prompt and that your input will not be echoed. Specifically, it means that the tty is currently in canonical (line-buffered) mode and echo is off. Perhaps more ...


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There is a more recent tutorial here, works for Mac OS 10.7 / 10.8. http://linsec.ca/Using_FreeIPA_for_User_Authentication#Mac_OS_X_10.7.2F10.8


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I can't give you a full answer, but I can at least give you an explanation of what's going on. OS X Server includes a number of web-based applications (webcal, wikis, profile manager, etc) in addition to the basic "Websites" service. It activates apache if any of the web-based services are running. So why is VPN a web-based app, you ask? Well, it isn't, but ...


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I googled this and tried the following environment variables which worked for me: export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 export LANG=en_us.UTF-8 Seeing as I find the LC_ALL in multiple different answers I think this is the correct one. But maybe not the only right answer, there could of course be more correct answers to this question. Anyway some more googling gave ...


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On Mac OS X, According to the unix man page: UNIX-domain addresses are variable-length filesystem pathnames of at most 104 characters. The include file <sys/un.h> defines this address: struct sockaddr_un { u_char sun_len; u_char sun_family; char sun_path[104]; }; Here's a program that ...


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how can I check the maximum permitted length of a path of a Unix domain socket, on a Linux On Linux, this length is usually defined as 108. It is defined by the UNIX_PATH_MAX variable in the /usr/include/linux/un.h header file : cat /usr/include/linux/un.h | grep "define UNIX_PATH_MAX" #define UNIX_PATH_MAX 108 You could find further info here ...


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After following this short tutorial I attempted using my server's private key, not the public key. private key generation from Certificates.p12: openssl pkcs12 -in Certificates.p12 -nocerts -nodes > key.pem public cert generation from Certificates.p12: openssl pkcs12 -in Certificates.p12 -clcerts -nokeys > cert.pem I then set key: rootPath + ...


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The website bindings are dev-us.localhost.mycompany.com so why are you pointing your browser to my-machine-name.dev-us.localhost.mycompany.com? That's going to take you to the default website. You need to point your browser to dev-us.localhost.mycompany.com and you need a name resolution mechanism (DNS) to resolve that name to the ip address of the web ...


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The solution for me was to create entirely new ZFS datasets setup with Windows permissions. I then moved over all the data from our old NAS system, deleted the old dataset and renamed my temporary dataset, resolving the issue - albeit a long winded way!


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hdparm provides more features than power management/spin control. But, if you do not know the utility and are not willing to investigate the use/need then any generic response can sound intelligent to the inexperienced.


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To downgrade, you can try this: pecl install mongo-1.3.7 Then pecl list will show you that it worked.


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You can do this with Profiles. You can make a profile through Server.app's web interface. You can download Apple's Server.app from the App Store. Then you can script the install: sudo profiles -I -F /path/to/profile.mobileconfig Example Finder Payload: Example Restrictions Payload: More Info Here


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You can also use profiles via CLI. This is totally unattended and if your profile requires any user input it will fail to install. I've successfully deployed WiFi networks via Puppet using this method. The command to install a profile is: sudo profiles -I -F /path/to/profile.mobileconfig Running as sudo/root will install the profile as a Device Profile ...


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It is working for me on 10.10.0, and those directories exist for me. I'm also using the Heimdal implementation but on OpenBSD. Example Ticket on 10.10


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Answers to user982671's questions There has been changes in OSX after this discussion. They have removed the folder /var/virusmails/. I am not sure if it still part of the system, since other units can handle probably similar tasks. The application has been under active development, recent change three days ago (22.10.2014) for internalised mails. ...


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I'm successfully using Vinagre (version 3.10.2 on Linux) to connect to OS X Yosemite; I didn't need to enable the "VNC Viewers may control..." option in OS X.


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After reviewing the AD information more closely it turns our that the "users" created by generating the resources were missing content in their "First Name" field. The display name and account name were properly completed, but not having a "First Name" made them show up blank. Adding in a name and it's fixed!!


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echo "mounting server" mount_afp afp://username:password@yourserver hdiutil attach /Volumes/yourserver/pathtodmg.dmg /usr/sbin/installer -pkg /Volumes/pathtopkgfile.pkg -target / -verboseR echo "umounting the repository" umount /Volumes/yourserver status=$? if [ $status != 0 ] then echo "Something went wront unmounting the server... ...


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Maybe you're looking for networksetup? Specifically the on/off that's last in this abbreviated list with other options that may be directly useful. (Run that command without arguments to see the entire huge long list of options.) Usage: networksetup -listnetworkserviceorder Display services with corresponding port and device in order they are tried ...


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This depends. I use OpenVPN for a setup like this with good results but any other VPN implementation should work along the same lines. Basically, the main thing is that: OpenVPN will connect servers and clients to a specific VPN subnet - say 192.168.11.0/24 The VPN subnet has no routes to anything other than itself per default. So - if your smb shares are ...


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See the routing table and remove all the routes to your local/VPN networks, then try reconnecting to your VPN. sudo route delete 192.168.1.0 or so :)



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