It can be useful to give one user (perhaps the administrator) access to all data on the Samba server regardless of local disk access permissions and ownership. For example, suppose the administrator needs to access all data in “/home” to run nightly backups. This would be a suitable solution. TheRead more
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This article explains how to install and configure VNC Server for Redhat or CentOS. This is the preferred graphical way to remotely manage a Redhat system. Our objective in this tutorial is to allow two users to log in via VNC; the “root” user and the “agix” user. Both willRead more
This article explains how to use SUDO without being prompted for the password. We can restrict which users and/or groups can do this. As root, edit the file “/etc/sudoers”. Add the line: agix ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL The above means that the user “agix” can use sudo without being prompted forRead more
You can specify which private key to use when issuing the Linux “ssh” command. This allows you to use one of many different private keys depending on which server(s) you’re connecting to. ssh -l agix example1.agix.local -i id_rsa.exmaple1 -v The above assumes that you have a private key in theRead more