Bill Lynch
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Running Python scripts in linux
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You probably have windows line endings on your file. Please try running dos2unix on it.

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Is there any way I can administer a Mac OS X Server 10.6 from a client running Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5?
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You could use remote desktop. If you know the ip (or hostname), then in finder, use the Go menu, and then connect to server. You would want to connect to vnc://ip or vnc://hostname

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Authenticating SVN users with Apache against Linux user accounts
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Using mod_auth_external and pwauth should work. What you're actually trying to do is authenticate against PAM.

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I would like to allow login to a box with no password for a particular user how do I do that?
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On linux, for example, if you changed /etc/shadow in the following way you would accomplish what you want. Change this: user:$1$xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:14650:0:99999:7::: To: user::14650:0:99999:7::: ...

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How to view IP addresses blocked under Linux shell
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You can view the routing table with: netstat -r netstat -rn

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Editing $PATH in Linux
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If those files don't exist, you can simply create them.

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Which daemon realize afp fileshare in archlinux?
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The only program that I know of is netatalk. But as others have mentioned, your OS X clients can mount smb shares as well.

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Howto directory autocompletion on server (centos) non root user account?
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So there's two possibilities here. You could have no read and execute privlidges on that directory. In the example given, that is in fact the case (given normal permissions). You could do a chmod +...

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