md5deep -r -l . > filelist.txt
sort < filelist.txt > filelist_sorted.txt
First command will render all hashes for all files
Second will sort the list so as you scroll you will easily spot duplicates with their paths.
m5deep is in most apt-get and yum repos.
LDAPTLS_CACERT=/etc/ipa/ca.crt ldappasswd \
-ZZ -D 'cn=directory manager' -W \
Authenticating as principal admin/admin@EXAMPLE.COM with password.
kadmin.local: change_password admin@EXAMPLE.COM
Enter password for principal "admin@EXAMPLE.COM":
Re-enter password for principal "admin@EXAMPLE.COM":
1.Set the hostname in /etc/hostname
2. Edit /etc/cloud/cloud.cfg (which is a YAML file) and set preserve_hostname: true at the toplevel (one can also pass this option in with the user data)
As weird as it sounds, all you have to do is copy this file. Please note version 3.8.4-202 is most likely different.
cp /usr/include/linux/version.h /lib/modules/3.8.4-202.fc18.x86_64/build/include/linux/
Vmware Tools perl script is actually building the vmtools on your machine. First thing you need to do is update your system so you don’t get a module mismatch.
Once the system is updated reboot.
When the system comes back just add kernel headers by running
yum install kernel-devel
You can now run the vmware tools script again.
yum install mingw32-binutils
yum install mingw32-cpp
yum install mingw32-filesystem
yum install mingw32-gcc
yum install mingw32-gcc-c++
yum install mingw32-runtime
yum install mingw32-w32api
yum install wine
You should end in home directory on Z:\ drive
What to edit?
In the PATH element add at the end your binaries folder (check this folder exists!)
exit in console
restart wine command prompt
verify by typing
If you have other required mingw32 components installed you should be able to do:
load file to edit
$ nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
$ sudo /etc/init.d/network restart
Disable Network Manager, Enable Network Service
# systemctl stop NetworkManager.service
# systemctl disable NetworkManager.service
Then you enable the network service in a similar fashion.
# systemctl enable network.service
# systemctl start network.service
Don’t forget to set host resolve /etc/hosts and hostname /etc/sysconfig/network [HOSTNAME=]
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