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comment OpenSSL CA keyUsage extension
I updated my answer as well
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end-entity certificates, EKU and basic constraints explained
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comment How to ignore a USB device in udev
Yes, that would work. But I'd rather not change the files installed from the system and just add some configuration of my own, which won't be touched by an update. I'm really surprised, that that is such a difficult thing to achieve, especially since there once was a solution in udev a few years ago. What did all the people do, who used "ignore_device" in the past?
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comment How to ignore a USB device in udev
Because I might want to plugin two readers and use one on the host and one in the guest.
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comment How to ignore a USB device in udev
@Stefan Seidel: I know, but no, that is not an option. The driver works in the user space only.
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comment How do I safely allow unprivileged users to copy files to my server?
You are right. I wanted to suggest, that you just remove the read privileges for the uploading group, but that doesn't work if you want to resume rsync transfers
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comment How do I safely allow unprivileged users to copy files to my server?
Does the upload-user need to see the files he uploaded himself?
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comment remote linux server shutdowns instead of reboot
You could also use init 6 instead of the shutdown command.