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comment Manipulating root files in images without being root?
No, not the images are owned by root - but the files within the images (at least some). And as they are usually boot images, they have the usual owner - e.g. /etc/passwd (in the image) is owned by root.
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answered Finding latest successful logins and failed attempts to a CentOS server
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comment Use of Export in Bash Script on CentOS
I also thought first that it could be this, but the poster is executing his command, which misses the exports, in the last line of the script itself. (Btw. that "dot" is short for the source command).
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answered what is kvm over ip?
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comment what is kvm over ip?
@David Mackintosh: You can do KVM - we have a bunch of supermicro boards all with either an extra IPMI card or IPMI onboard, and it offers SOL and KVM over IP, and even Image Mounting (ie you provide on your client a disk/cd image and it gets mounted)
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