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    Sticky: welcome aboard, dkhill! the Waddle...

    welcome aboard, dkhill!

    the Waddle has grown by one.
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    okay, so if you don't want to do NTFS permissions...

    okay, so if you don't want to do NTFS permissions on Linux, there is one last thing you can try (as far as I know) before reformatting with ext4.

    i kind of suggested this before, so i'll try...
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    If you consider this thread resolved, you can...

    If you consider this thread resolved, you can mark it as such using the Thread Tools link at the top of the page.
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    okay. transferring 4gb of data is not fun,...

    okay. transferring 4gb of data is not fun, although i'd argue that you could still convert to ext4, then access it via smb served up by the Pi.

    anyway, it turns out that you can access the NTFS...
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    okay, it is attached (/dev/sda1, i think) - it is...

    okay, it is attached (/dev/sda1, i think) - it is just not mounted.

    i see, however, that it is a windows filesystem (according to fdisk anyway). is this the case, and if so, is there some...
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    i only see the device /dev/mmcblk0p1, which is...

    i only see the device /dev/mmcblk0p1, which is your SD Card. is the USB device attached to the Pi? you can make sure with these commands, once it is connected:



    lsusb
    sudo fdisk -l
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    okay, those details help very much, but i still...

    okay, those details help very much, but i still think you'd want to use a combination of Samba configuration (to specify the use name and share name) and ACLs (to control the permissions on a per...
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    copy and paste here the exact the commands you...

    copy and paste here the exact the commands you are typing in the terminal, and copy the output generated by the commands. it is likely you just need to su to root first (or use sudo - depends on...
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    what about using the file system permissions to...

    what about using the file system permissions to further lock down the subdirectories? or even better, use ACLs. see this guide on implementing ACLs on Samba.
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    hey, thanks for posting your pic, but i can't...

    hey,

    thanks for posting your pic, but i can't make out the text. can you copy and paste the text directly into a post here?
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    well, maybe some samba pro can chime in, but i...

    well, maybe some samba pro can chime in, but i don't know how to do that, unless you just put all those 3 folders under one dir, then share that one dir (as in my "public" example above).

    that, or...
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    hi, let's assume your external drive is...

    hi,

    let's assume your external drive is /dev/sdb, it has one partition (sdb1), and you've mounted it to /data.

    now let's say your three dirs to be controlled are under /data/public/

    the rest...
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    haha ha! whoops. nice catch. Edit: more...

    haha ha! whoops. nice catch.

    Edit: more here:
    http://www.php.net/manual/en/simplexml.installation.php
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    hello and welcome, vegeta_star! there is a...

    hello and welcome, vegeta_star!

    there is a misconfiguration in your dhcp config file. the error should be in your /var/log/messages (or syslog) file, but it is cut off, in the pic you posted.
    ...
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    hello and welcome, firass! The answer to that...

    hello and welcome, firass!

    The answer to that is surely distro-specific, but the parameter you want is CHANNEL. it can be set manually using the iwconfig command. On RHEL/Fedora/CentOS type...
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    hi, if the name of the package you want to...

    hi,

    if the name of the package you want to install is "synaptic", then i think you want:


    sudo apt-get install synaptic
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    use the "code" module: python -c "import...

    use the "code" module:

    python -c "import simplexml"

    if the module is installed on your system (i.e., in your python path), then you'll see no output and it will return a successful return...
  18. hi, According to Ubuntu...

    hi,

    According to Ubuntu, it has been replaced with Firewall.
  19. hello and welcome, kayw12! Thanks for the...

    hello and welcome, kayw12!

    Thanks for the heads up. I hadn't realized that. Hopefully we will still be able to download them (w/o installing them - aka "yum install") via the yumdownloader...
  20. hi, I've moved your thread to the Programming...

    hi,

    I've moved your thread to the Programming forum, where it'll hopefully attract more attention.
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    hello and welcome, Riptaz! I've moved your...

    hello and welcome, Riptaz!

    I've moved your thread to the Installation forum, where it'll hopefully get a closer look.
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    hello and welcome, morgiee! i've moved your...

    hello and welcome, morgiee!

    i've moved your thread to the Servers forum, where it'll hopefully attract some attention.

    In the mean time, check out your smb.conf file (typically...
  23. according to the man page you cited - gpg(1)...

    according to the man page you cited - gpg(1) - there are a number of ways to specify the ID.

    the easiest would be either the key id or the email address. to confirm what yours is, just do:

    ...
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    not familiar w/Synology...but if it is a Linux...

    not familiar w/Synology...but if it is a Linux computer, then you should be able to download screen from GNU's website and compile it yourself.

    compilation is often a simple matter of...
  25. yeah, they don't spit out a nice message like...

    yeah, they don't spit out a nice message like that. by default, your keys will have been put in the GPG homedir of ~/.gnupg/, and the files are:

    pubring.gpg
    secring.gpg
    trustdb.gpg

    the...
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