Category: Fedora

Prerequisites: Fedora 29 Apache MariaDB # rpm -Uvh http://rpms.famillecollet.com/fedora/remi-release-29.rpm # dnf –enablerepo=remi,remi-test install phpMyAdmin If you’re looking to log on remotely – like from a Windows machine, enable remote logins. Keep in mind everyone can access the login screen.Replace  

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Stop Bareos services: # systemctl stop bareos-dir; systemctl stop bareos-fd; systemctl stop bareos-sd Remove files: # rm -R /var/lib/bareos/storage/ # rm /var/lib/bareos/* Drop & create database cd /usr/lib/bareos/scripts ./drop_bareos_database ./create_bareos_database ./make_bareos_tables ./grant_bareos_privileges Restart Bareos services: # systemctl start bareos-dir; systemctl

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Thanks to @jackson over at linuxhelp.com, with a couple of tweaks, I was able to install Bareos 18.2 on Fedora 28 Server.   Here is the original article: https://www.linuxhelp.com/how-to-install-bareos-in-centos You’re choice of a VM or bare metal machine.  I choose VMware

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Two machines, a file server and a workstation.. File server AND workstation: Add host name entries, :wq. # vi /etc/hosts 192.168.1.127 FileServer 192.168.1.128 WorkStation Install the required software, enable and start rpc bind. # dnf -y install install nfs-utils libnfsidmap

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Cake. # dnf -y install autofs # systemctl enable autofs # systemctl start autofs

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‘reboot’ and ‘shutdown’ won’t work in a script, so add a fully pathed reboot or shutdown directly into root’s crontab # crontab -e Add the line to reboot at midnight everyday, shutdown at 10pm everynight 0 0 * * *

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Enable sftp ONLY # useradd dave # groupadd sftpusers # usermod -G sftpusers dave # vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config – 140G – comment out and add a line below #Subsystem sftp /usr/libexec/openssh/sftp-server Subsystem sftp internal-sftp – add to the end Match Group

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This works with thumb, SD, microSD, SSDs, and hard drives. UNIX was intentionally written to use terse commands “ls”, “su”, “cd”… So, why the F do I want to type “sudo ” before every root command on my personal machine?

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Let me guess, you’re using GCC5 and not 4.92 or less. If you’re getting this error: dynamic_fmt.o: In function `DynamicFunc__crypt_md5_to_input_raw_Overwrite_NoLen’: /home/dave/wksp/john/src/dynamic_fmt.c:4989: undefined reference to `MD5_body_for_thread’ dynamic_fmt.o: In function `DynamicFunc__crypt_md5′: /home/dave/wksp/john/src/dynamic_fmt.c:4425: undefined reference to `MD5_body_for_thread’ dynamic_fmt.o: In function `DynamicFunc__crypt_md5_in1_to_out2′: /home/dave/wksp/john/src/dynamic_fmt.c:4732: undefined

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Lets make this easy and switch up to root: $ su – Password: Install the following files: dnf install samba samba-common samba-client system-config-samba dnf install policycoreutils-python-utils Configure SELinux to enable read/write access to shared dirs: semanage fcontext -a -t samba_share_t

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