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Mar
11
comment RHEL kickstart with external DVDrom drive
if you can, figure out what device the externam drive is detected as and replace the cdrom line with harddrive --partition=sdc1 --dir=/tmp/install-tree. [Example assumes /dev/sdc1 is your external CD's partition] This page fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/Kickstart#install says that cdrom always uses the first cd drive.
Mar
11
comment RHEL kickstart with external DVDrom drive
Oh. What happens if you remove the cdrom line?
Mar
10
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Mar
10
revised Why does this login fail for user 'Servername\Guest'?
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Mar
10
comment Restrict user to mount with autofs
Probably because that 'partition' isn't an actual parition on the system you are running DF on. Try cat /proc/mounts
Mar
10
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Mar
10
comment Restrict user to mount with autofs
I'm not sure I understand. If you want to list all mounted volumes, the mount command does that.
Mar
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10
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Mar
10
comment RH/CentOS service & chkconfig equivalents in Ubuntu/Debian
You still can run init.d scripts directly in RedHat/Centos.
Mar
10
comment RHEL/CentOS kickstart partition offset
Not a dupe, this is about customizing the kickstart process, not using fdisk directly.
Mar
10
answered RHEL/CentOS kickstart partition offset
Mar
10
comment RHEL/CentOS kickstart partition offset
Sector 63 IS a multiple of 8, when you consider that the counting starts at 0.
Mar
9
comment How to run an svn server on a Mac completely fire-walled from the outside?
By "outside" do you mean outside that computer, or outside the network?