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What does the dot mean at the end of `-rw-r--r--`? How do you set it with `chmod`?

I see that some of the files in my directories under Linux have a . at the end of the permissions listing. What does the dot mean at the end of -rw-r--r--? How do you set it with chmod?
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fsarchiver utility in order to make restore

I use the fsarchiver in order to make restore as the following link: http://www.icewalkers.com/Linux/Software/535640/fsarchiver.html command: fsarchiver restfs /tmp/backup/c0d0p2.fsa ...
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Sandbox tool on OpenSUSE with operation not permited

I have installed Se Linux on my OpenSUSE 11.3 system. All configuration are correct. When I use the sandbox tool: > LANG=C sandbox -X -H sehome -T tmp -t sandbox_web_t firefox /usr/bin/chcon: ...
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How do I remove any SELinux context or ACL?

HI, I have some files, that I'd like to remove the SELinux context or ACLs from (denoted by a '.' or a '+' respectively when using ls -alZ). I don't have too much time on my hands to read on the , ...
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How do you boot linux with networking disabled?

Is there some way to disable networking by passing a kernel option through grub? Prefereably I could only disable 2 interfaces, but disabling all networking would be okay also. My use case is that I ...
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Where SELinux puts it alerts?

where SELinux writes it's alerts? I searched in google and man but not found this. I did tail -f to /var/log/secure, but also there, the lines were not added when SELinux policy violation took place. ...
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Empty folder and kernel panic when trying to get SELinux working

I have very strange things with SELinux. My post may be will bit disordered, because I'm not completely understand what is going on. Before all the story, I had good and very stable Linux ...
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“Slave” user accounts in GNU/Linux

How to make one user account to be like root for some other user account, e.g. to be able to read, write, chmod all it's files, chown from this account to master and back, kill/ptrace all it's ...
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Problems in starting mysql server

I'm trying to start the mysql server on fedora 12. service mysqld start gives me an error: MySQL Daemon failed to start. Starting MySQL: [FAILED] More details ...