I guess this is a security matter in a way if you consider that installing
the 2.6.5-7.151-default kernel on a computer using software raid for /
means it can no longer boot, therefore it is very secure...
anyway this kernel rpm removed the raid1 module from /etc/modules.conf so
that a computer booting from a linux raid partition could no longer boot.
restoring /etc/modules.conf fixed it.
no warnings during rpm install (-ivh used).
smbmount takes settings from smb.conf. If there is
"store dos attributes" set to yes and the filesystem does'nt
support it you may run into problems. "store dos attributes"
is to to "no" by default.
Can you create a file on the share using touch?
Does that help?
Polarizers at its best
I want to make a backup scritp which just copies some files from a linux system to a windows system.
I made the mount with smbmount and I want to copy the files with cp.
But, when I copy the files I get for each file the following message:
cp: setting attribute `user.DOSATTRIB' for `/mnt/share/file': Operation not supported
I didn't find the solution.
The mount I make it this way:
smbmount //192.168.0.168/test /mnt/share/ -o username=user,password=pass
cp -uR ./dir/ /mnt/share/
Why is this error? Share problem?
I tried to install the apache 2.0.53 from SUSE's rpm.
I found them in SUSE's site. i installed these rpms (apache and other
related with the 2.0.53 version packages like prefork, etc)
I ran YOU and i surprising found that a patch was available for apache
Can this be true or not? Is there any patch for apache 2.0.53 ?
One more issue.
I tried to install php using Yast and the rpm from the CD.
After having done the proper configuration for the php support,
i tried to startapache 2.0.53 but it failed and gave me an error
(in the error_log)
Segmation Fault (pointed the line that php get loaded)
What was wrong with that?
Thanks in advance