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Let me translate the current config. Whenever browser request /wp-login.php, the request only matches section location ^~ /wp-login.php, not including your php-fpm configuration. So, nginx just apply the auth_basic and then spit out the source code of wp-login.php because nginx can't parses it. The solution is adding php-fpm section like this include ...


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I'm assuming you have a separate server { block for this port...so you'd just protect the / directory from within that server block: location / { auth_basic "Restricted Area"; auth_basic_user_file conf/htpasswd; } So: server { listen 8081; server_name whateveryouwant; root /path/to/root/folder; location / { auth_basic ...


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Nope! The problem you cite here is a problem in the IPMI spec that is still not fixed as of this writing, though the spec is as clear as mud and couldn't be more oblique about admitting it. You can read all about it at http://fish2.com/ipmi/remote-pw-cracking.html but I think you already know. I can't tell what you are doing exactly, but if you want to ...


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I am working for Univention, the manufacturer of UCS, which you mentioned, and yes, we have a solution for migrating the passwords to Samba 4 with UCS. You can achieve this in two steps: First install UCS with Samba 3 and migrate the sambaNTPassword hashes from your OpenLDAP to the new UCS-OpenLDAP (ldapsearch and ldapmodify seems to be the most comfortable ...


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So, it turned out that Kerberos in combination with low entropy was causing the problem. Since I was not using Kerberos, I ran pam-auth-update and unselected Kerberos.


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My first advice would also be trying strace -f sudo who. But this won't work, since strace will not trace SUID programs. You have to attach to your shell using strace as root and then call sudo. In your shell type $ echo $$ to get your shells PID. Then open another terminal and become root in that terminal. There you type # strace -f -t -T -p $pid -o ...


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If --stdin option is not working we can basically use two options: Either use another utilty called chpaswd in your script. OR use echo "current_password\nnew_password\nnew_password" | passwd user_name


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Try to run as root: pwdadm -c username password username Login to user, check if it change password applies. If yes, set 1st password, afterwards change it (this time as username) and try to set the same password. If it does not work, check /etc/security/user, search for username and add histsize=2 (afterwards repeat all the steps). You can also check ...


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http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/resetting-permissions.html Stop mysqld and restart it with the --skip-grant-tables option. This enables anyone to connect without a password and with all privileges. Because this is insecure, you might want to use --skip-grant-tables in conjunction with --skip-networking to prevent remote clients from connecting. ...


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Short range is not true. I can still connect to my bluetooth keyboard from my mac when outside in the garden, while the keyboard is upstairs on the second floor. (maybe 10 meters?) Basically your bluetooth signal is within range of your neighbours and the street. (I Have latest MBP, April 2014)


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As steps on MySQL Reference Manual are not very clear, I am trying to answer here in easier language. (this answer is relevant to MacBook OSX users): As we don't know current password, MySQL server needs to run skipping/bypassing current login credentials. Instruct MySQL server to skip access grants table by: Stop your MySQL server (if it is already ...



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