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Jul
26
answered How to connect to a udp port command line?
May
6
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
26
comment file ownership for new files with administrator - why is it giving ownership to the group administrators?
Does this option exist on Windows 7? My gpedit doesn't list it in the path given in the answer.
Feb
24
comment How to force Samba to create directory
You can avoid the need for a separate script. I use root preexec = bash -c '[[ -d /home/%U ]] || mkdir -m 0700 /home/%U && chown %U:"Domain Users" /home/%U'
Feb
24
comment Can Samba4 create files with a GID other than AD's “Primary Group”?
Just curious... you imply root preexec isn't needed any more. I have Samba 4.1.16 here and don't get home directories created witout doing a root preexec. Is there another way that I am unaware of?
Feb
24
comment Variables are not expanded in smb.conf when using Samba 4
I wrote a similar QA on the Unix and Linux site:
Nov
25
awarded  Caucus
Oct
5
awarded  Excavator
Oct
5
revised Postfix - how to retry delivery of mail in queue?
provide link to pfqueue
Oct
5
suggested approved edit on Postfix - how to retry delivery of mail in queue?
Jul
17
answered How to configure simpleid to claim my ID?
Jul
10
awarded  Editor
Jul
10
revised OpenSSL: genrsa vs genpkey?
changed erroneous `genpkey` to `genrsa` in question.
Jul
10
suggested approved edit on OpenSSL: genrsa vs genpkey?
Jun
22
awarded  Notable Question
May
27
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
11
awarded  Revival
Sep
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
8
comment Microsoft RDP client for mac and protocol version 7.1
just tried this and it works fine. checks clean on virustotal in case anyone is concerned. virustotal.com/en/file/…
Jun
7
comment Systemd under LXC does not believe network device exists
I have just hit this problem. Are you using netctl by any chance ? If you have LXC configured correctly then you won't have udev inside the container because it doesn't work. This means the device you mention, upon which netctl's target depends, is never created. You can manually test the network stack by manually running dhcpcd or by manually configuring the interface with the ip command. FYI I have just raised this issue on the Arch forum...