Is there a way to force file permissions by directory (and subdirectoriesunder it)?For example, the users default umask value is 022 but I want it to be 002 incertain di..
Hey folks,I have a 14TB disk array that I want to use for rsnapshot backups, andam considering putting a dedup FS onto it.I know Ive got about a TBof duplication, at least.And it is not easy to remove manually.Google lands me LessFS and SDFS as the pr..
The support for Broadcom Corporation BCM4313 802.11b/g/n Wireless isnative in the kernel since 2.6.37 (module brcm80211, renamed brcmsmacsince 2.6.39).But is it backported to some kernel available for CentO..
I would like to compile python 2.7.3 for CentOS and was wondering if therewere any instructions I should follow. I would like to keep the standardpython the way it is. I would like to compile to /opt. Any tips or ideaswould be much ap..
I have a CentOS4 install and I am trying to mount a Windows Server 2008folder.When I use this command:mount -t cifs //10.1.1.17/Org/MR\ Ops/ test, it only mounts the Org folder. When I try the same thing on a newer computer (Fedora 15), it mounts all..
This is annoying. Ive got a user who needs chrome installed. I google,and find theres a google.repo. I rpm –import the signing key… andcannot find *where* on google.com I can install their own repo from. Everyhit that looks even vaguely close te..
Probably so, and I know how to do that, but I wasnt illustrating a specific workaround, just illustrating the problem. Technically, once you rebuild a package yourself you have become yet another third party repository, even if it isnt yummable, ..
OK folks, Im back at it again.Instead of taking my J4400 ( 24 x 1T
disks) and making a big RAID60 out of it which Linux cannot make a
filesystem on, Im created 4 x RAID6 which each are 3.64T
I then do :
Hey folks, I have a Sun J4400 SAS1 disk array with 24 x 1T drives in it connected to a Sunfire x2250 running 5.8 ( 64 bit ) I used arcconf to create a big RAID60 out of (see below). But then I mount it and it is way too small This should be about 2..