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There are 10 types of people: those who understand binary, and those who don't.

I go by the nick ciupicri on various other websites and IRC networks. I also help newbies on the #coding-n00bs channel on freenode.


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comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
@Phillipp, SELinux with its Multi Category Security (MCS) would have added another layer of security. See for example Secure Virtualization Using SELinux (sVirt).
11h
comment RESOLVED: yum says mod_cluster is installed, but the files are not there
If you really solved the issue, please add the solution as an answer and accept it later (or voluntary remove the question).
12h
comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
What is "f.i."? I wouldn't recommend using acronyms or abbreviations unless they're a classic one like "e.g.", "i.e.", "etc" and perhaps OP.
12h
comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
You can't really combine different operating systems, because all of them need to use the Linux kernel, but you can use different distributions.
13h
comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
@CosmicOssifrage, so you're proposing to scan the home directories for any lax permissions and notify the users if so?
13h
comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
@Dani_l: what about the installed packages? The arch-chroot command doesn't seem to cover that. And then there's also the issue of wasted disk space with all the duplicates. I'm not saying it's impossible to do it, just that it might a bit more complicated currently.
14h
comment Centos server keeps jumping to address instead of static assigned address
Maybe he should have a look at the documentation i.e. less /usr/share/doc/initscripts-*/sysconfig.txt and search for BOOTPROTO. It says BOOTPROTO=none|bootp|dhcp on Scientific Linux 6.5.
14h
comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
@CosmicOssifrage, users can't be educated that easily, they don't want to read instructions or manuals.
14h
comment VISP and Peer connections
@user2360382, this is site is for getting help, but it's not quite a forum and it's definitely not for everything under the sun. In the best case with some rephrasing your questions could be asked on Super User, for example using an AWS instance as a proxy.
14h
comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
chroot for SFTP is easy to implement, but I'm not sure it's that easy for shell access. You'd have to setup a chroot with all the binaries and libraries for each user.
15h
comment Restrict linux user to files he owns
You've mentioned AppArmor. Are you limited to Ubuntu or can SELinux be used?
Jul
6
comment Use ssh to tunnel to another device with putty
Try using the SOCKS proxy feature.
Jul
6
comment How do I view pending system changes / updates / installations?
You haven't even mentioned what version of Windows are you using.
Jul
5
comment apache/httpd responds slower under EL6.1 than EL5.6 (CentOS)
Any news on this?
Jul
5
comment Install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS stuck at * starting network connection manager
I suggest reporting a bug.
Jul
1
comment Store output of Windows command in batch file
Duplicate if How do I get the result of a command in a variable in windows? from Stack Overflow.
Jun
30
comment Fedora 20 : Removing domain info (converted to hyphens)
What HOSTNAME parameter? From where?
Jun
30
comment No route to host: I can SSH to myself via the IP my router assigns me but not to myself via the IP my ISP assigns me
What about the SSH server logs or the client's output when run with -vvv?
Jun
28
comment How to setup qemu as a server with different subdomain on a host server?
Is this an answer or not? If it is, please mark it as accepted.
Jun
25
comment Start vino-server (VNC) before login on Linux CentOS
I answered the question on Super User.