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Best practice is NOT to use password. You should always use the keys to authenticate. But you are not able to prevent the usage of the password or the key if it is written as plaintext in some code. Though you can limit the usage of the key quite good. In authorized_keys on server, you can simply specify the allowed command to execute by the key, which will ...


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See this bash script, run in your target folder: #!/bin/bash for F in `find . -maxdepth 1 ! -path . -type d` do gallery=$(basename $F) a=${gallery:0:1} b=${gallery:1:1} c=${gallery:2:1} d=${gallery:3:1} mkdir $a mkdir $a/$b mkdir $a/$b/$c mkdir $a/$b/$c/$d mv $F ./$a/$b/$c/$d/ done In order: Find every folder in the current folder, ...


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This happens because yum could not remove the old copy of the named file, /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/python_augeas-0.5.0-py2.7.egg-info. This may be because the permissions are set incorrectly, or an immutable attribute is set. Check the permissions and attributes for the named file/directory, and of the containing directory, and fix any problems. ...


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If you use full disk encryption for your root filesystem then you will have to solve the problem that the Python interpreter is normally not available early at boot. You will need several megabytes of additional unencrypted disk space to store for example /usr/bin/python2.7 and a bunch of essential stuff from /usr/lib/python2.7 and you will have to develop ...


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For posterity, I ended up using /usr/bin/apxs and it seems to work fine.



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