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comment Root access permission in normal user directories?
No - but perhaps ask whomever (person, group, company) created the installation script for some more details. Sorry I can't be of any more help.
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comment Root access permission in normal user directories?
Although the script may run as root initially, it may switch itself to a lower privilege user (perhaps one of the ones it has just created).
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comment Root access permission in normal user directories?
You will need to provide more details of the install process. Perhaps you start the install process as root but it (quite sensibly) switches to a lower privilege user.
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comment In Google Apps, is there a way to completely hide the fact that you're using Google?
Google ask you to set up a CNAME for each service - but it's just used as a means of forwarding to their URL.
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comment In Google Apps, is there a way to completely hide the fact that you're using Google?
By "Does anyone have this working" I mean does anyone have a solution for using the actual domain name and not relying on redirects to the google sites.
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comment In Google Apps, is there a way to completely hide the fact that you're using Google?
It's a primary school - kids from 4-10 - no Google for obvious reasons.
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