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Aug
18
comment PKCS12 key from Winserver2008 cert authority
I think you are right that I was thinking about this wrong. I'd retract this question if I could, but long story short I am going to end up submitting the CSR's to the CA from a locally attached client machine, and then pulling the cert/keys from that client's keystore to distribute to the actual clients I need - acting as a trusted 3rd party for them.
Jul
24
comment OpenVPN client tun device name in OSX
i see what you mean now. This explains why the DNS option wasn't working. If you write this up as an answer I will accept it
Jan
22
comment Local group policy logon startup script not executing
I had them under Computer Configuration. I will try makinga simple case just to confirm it is running. It is not a long running process so its hard to see it in task man
Jan
17
comment What is the man page for shell scripting file conditions
That's actually incorrect. What i was looking for is what man page to look up. In other words, I needed to know that "test" is the man page I was looking for.
Jan
17
comment What is the man page for shell scripting file conditions
Not sure why the downvotes, this is a legitimate question, and I think the test man page is not an obvious one I would find, especially when the description is "condition evaluation utility"
Jan
17
comment What is the man page for shell scripting file conditions
Wow - thanks..this is exactly what I was looking for.
Jan
17
comment What is the man page for shell scripting file conditions
I am in bourne shell. I know there is a specific man page for file conditions without having to wade through the rest of the man page for the shell, because I was on it at one point, but lost my history and can't remember it.
Jan
17
comment What is the man page for shell scripting file conditions
Are those supposed to apply across all shells? I am using bourne shell.
Aug
24
comment Expand ZFS pool after adding space in XenCenter
How can I partition the unallocated space, exactly? It doesnt seem to me that it showed up in the VM after i resized it in Xen - or maybe i am using the wrong set of commands to look for it.
Aug
2
comment Create ram disk mount to specific folder in OSX
I figured out a way to get this done, but I had to do it in more than one step in a bash script
Jul
24
comment Run GNOME in FreeBSD in a VM
To be clear, my native OS is OSX, running FreeBSD in a VMWare Fusion VM
Jul
24
comment Run GNOME in FreeBSD in a VM
I am actually using VMWare Fusion
Jul
9
comment How do I know what repositories my git server is serving
ok thanks for the comments. I will close this out and repost when I have a more specific issue
Jun
11
comment Find/Replace disabled in word 2007 document
It seems to be asking me for a password when I click on "Stop Protecting." Do you know what password this is, or how I can get a non-password version of this file (save-as or something?)
Jan
25
comment Displayport + VGA dual monitor in Redhat 6.2
Updated my distro to redhat 6.1 and it worked out of the box. Weird
Jan
20
comment Displayport + VGA dual monitor in Redhat 6.2
I thought I would see this - however, my Display system settings does not have any tab or options for using Dual Head
Dec
19
comment External USB hard drive is read only but I want r/w
Didnt realize you needed to change permissions to wide open. I was root on both systems, but I formatted on one system, and used it on another
Dec
19
comment External USB hard drive is read only but I want r/w
I can't even make a target folder on the drive. it returns "mkdir: cannot create directory `test': Permission denied". The permissions in /media/disk are drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Dec 19 11:49 .
Apr
18
comment remotely startx over ssh
The problem is not getting the app to show up. I need to load the modules or something that the X server starts, because apparently CUDA needs them to detect that I have a GPU in the system
Mar
31
comment Connect to Ubuntu remote desktop from CentOS
Ninja edited! haha