On Centos 6.5 I accidentally typed chmod -R 777 / Ooops. I CTRL + C'ed out of it very quickly, but not before it'd started working away for a couple of seconds. Consequences? Well, already su ...
Here's the scenario: I have ssh access to internal.foo.com through bridge.foo.com. I wanted to make a local copy of the crontab from userx on internal.foo.com. My user has sudo access on ...
I am able to connect to remote machine using public/private keys (without password) as user wakatana. On remote machine I am able to issue: sudo /usr/bin/rootsh -i -u root then I type root's password ...
I'm on a Win7 box connecting to a linux server. From reading: http://winscp.net/eng/docs/faq_su it looks like I need to open my SCP connections as the particular user. When I connect via SSH, I can ...
I'm following this tuturial to setup key-based access to the SSH I created a user. I add copy the key to the client via ssh-copy-id <username>@<host> Becasuse ssh ...
I have over ten web servers to manage and configure, with each server having its own root user and password. I have to maintain a database of all the root passwords on my development machine, but I ...