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lv root drive full, how to extend partition? (centos)

my lv_root drive is full, i believe its 50gigs, i could not find an option to extend it when i installed centos.. i have installed a second drive where I have my /var/www which mounted fine How ...
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Restrict user to only limited set of commands

I have a user "user1" and I want to limit this user access to some specific folders and allow him to run a limited set of commands, on of the commands is root level.
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Disabled root login and no root users.. What to do? CentOs 6

So I was undoing some changes here on CentOs 6, and I ended up removing all users who had root access, accept for the root user. But then I realized the root login is disabled, and I just disabled ...
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How to install skype on CentOS without root access

So I'm trying to install Skype on my office computer which has CentOS6.4 and where I have no root access. http://www.skype.com/en/download-skype/skype-for-computer/ only offers binaries for Ubuntu, ...
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Change /etc/, /var/ permissions to 777

Well, I was being lazy to properly setup the properties of the files and now I set up the permissions recursively the folders /etc/ and /var/ to 777. Now I can't ssh into the machine but worse I can't ...
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NMAP Root different from Under Privileged user

When I use as root nmap -sP -n hostaddress I get the mac address of the hostaddress device but when I change to a different user with less privileges I do not get the mac address as a return. ...
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CentOS 5.5 root password no longer working after change, ftp works fine

I recently had to change the root password to one of our servers due to personnel reasons. The root login was being used both for ftp access, as well as SSH to maintain the server. I changed the ...
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Enable simple password for root user on CentOS

I have a machine with CentOS and I want to enable a simple password for the root user. Something like 7 characters with 2 numbers or so... But I'm getting this error: BAD PASSWORD: it is based on a ...
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Root Can't Delete Folder It Owns

Platform: CentOS 6.2 Shell: tcsh .............................................................................................................. EDIT 2 Brian Swift has pointed out a workable solution. ...
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/bin/su: Permission denied in CentOS can not set su - root

I'm trying to set myself as a root and once I type in su - root in the terminal it just give me an error saying /bin/su: Permission denied so I checked the permission in that file -rwsr-x--- 1 ...
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I believe I've deleted MySQL root user, how do I recreate it?

I'm running ISPConfig on CentOS and I don't know how, but I don't seem to have a root mysql user. I can stop mysqld with /etc/init.d/mysqld stop Start it again and skip grant tables mysqld_safe ...
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ulimit soft limit for file descriptors - for a non-root user on CentOS 5.6

I am needing to increase the soft limit for "file descriptors", and make it effective for a non-root user (lets say user1). Ran these commands, while logged in as user1: >ulimit -a core ...
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CentOS, sudo Doesn't Accept root Password, but Logging in as root Works

I am new to Linux and I have CentOS running on a dual boot system. I was trying to edit a file requiring root permissions, so I used sudo. I typed the root password and it failed. This happened ...