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comment In Ubuntu, how to enter grub rescue mode when gettint error 17
VNC to see the boot process
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comment Long virtualmin backup causes Apache to stop responding
How can I check that? (I understand what is iowait, just don't know how to check it)
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comment HOWTO: Clone active directory to apacheDS
Because I need to replicate my production environment in my machine (to develop without access to production). Any way to import active directory schema to apacheDS? Please note that I already tried multiple approaches to export / import and that's exactly the problem: it doesn't seem to be easy to export/import from AD to apacheDS because of incompatible schemas and such.
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comment HOWTO: Clone active directory to apacheDS
I just require the "LDAP" part of active directory (my application uses it to authenticate the users). Problem with LDIF export is that when importing ApacheDS gives an error stating "attributes unknown"
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comment Trying to access windows xp shared folder but it does't ask for user/password
Tried everything and it still doesn't ask for the username/password, just gives "cannot access" error.... Also tried the net use * delete command
Sep
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comment Trying to access windows xp shared folder but it does't ask for user/password
Current win7 user in machine2 doesn't exist in machine1. Tried your workaround but I get this message when trying to connect: "The network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name and password. To connect using a different user name and password, first disconnect any existing mappings to this network share." So... maybe some caching issues? What can I cleanup (caches)?
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