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Tiny Deathstars of Foulness

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February 28th, 2005

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Sweet:

http://www.etherboy.com/dns/chrootdns.html

February 27th, 2005

Posted In: Mac Security, Ubuntu, Unix

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Forgot the admin password in Mac OS X? Well, Apple let’s you boot computers into what is known as Single User Mode. To boot a Mac into Single User Mode, boot the machine holding down Command-S. Once the system boots up, you should see a command prompt. Here, run fsck:

fsck -fy

Then mount the file system:

mount -uw /

Then reset the password using the passed command

passwd <username>

For example, if the user is root:

passwd root

When prompted, provide the desired administrative password.

February 22nd, 2005

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security, Mass Deployment

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When you do a dig, nslookup or another kind of DNS lookup you will occasionally get an error of NXDOMAIN. This error indicates that the domain (or record) does not exist. This is the same with zone transfers as it is with standard lookups.

February 21st, 2005

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#!/bin/bash
if [ "foo" = "foo" ]; then
     echo expression evaluated as true
else
     echo expression evaluated as false
fi

February 20th, 2005

Posted In: Unix

I have signed the contract to write my first book.  Woo-hoo!!!

February 19th, 2005

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AFP548 did a great little article on high availability in Mac OS X environments:

http://www.afp548.com/article.php?story=20041202093128481

February 18th, 2005

Posted In: Mac OS X Server

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Tthe FTP service uses RFC 931 for user identification, which isn’t supported in Mac OS X (why we’ll move on to other FTP servers in the future). To resolve, add the -I option in the xinetd configuration as you see here:

service ftp
{
disable = no
instances       = 100
socket_type     = stream
wait            = no
user            = root
server          = /usr/libexec/xftpd
server_args     = -aI
groups          = yes
}

February 17th, 2005

Posted In: Mac OS X Server

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Best log analyzer ever.  For centralizing and reviewing logs on lots of servers it’s a must have.

February 16th, 2005

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security, Ubuntu, Unix, Windows Server

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To list the files in a directory with the permissions for files, use the following command (assuming you’re in the working directory you would like to list files for:
ls -al

February 15th, 2005

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Ubuntu, Unix

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