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  • polkit: disable all users except those in group wheel?

    - by John Nash
    Is it possible to do the following using 1 polkit .pkla file? Disable all users except those in the wheel group from using polkit. The users in the wheel group will need to provide the root password when using polkit. /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/wheel-only.pkla [disable all users except the wheel group] Identity=unix-group:wheel Action=* ResultAny=??? ResultInactive=??? ResultActive=??? The following file works but you need to provide all the users in /etc/group: [disable all users except those in the wheel group: root and myuser] Identity=unix-user:daemon;unix-user:bin;unix-user:sys;unix-user:adm;unix-user:tty;unix-user:disk;unix-user:lp;unix-user:mail;unix-user:news;unix-user:uucp;unix-user:man;unix-user:proxy;unix-user:kmem;unix-user:dialout;unix-user:fax;unix-user:voice;unix-user:cdrom;unix-user:floppy;unix-user:tape;unix-user:sudo;unix-user:audio;unix-user:dip;unix-user:www-data;unix-user:backup;unix-user:operator;unix-user:list;unix-user:irc;unix-user:src;unix-user:gnats;unix-user:shadow;unix-user:utmp;unix-user:video;unix-user:sasl;unix-user:plugdev;unix-user:staff;unix-user:games;unix-user:users;unix-user:nogroup;unix-user:libuuid;unix-user:crontab;unix-user:messagebus;unix-user:Debian-exim;unix-user:mlocate;unix-user:avahi;unix-user:netdev;unix-user:bluetooth;unix-user:lpadmin;unix-user:ssl-cert;unix-user:fuse;unix-user:utempter;unix-user:Debian-gdm;unix-user:scanner;unix-user:saned;unix-user:i2c;unix-user:haldaemon;unix-user:powerdev Action=* ResultAny=no ResultInactive=no ResultActive=no

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  • How to find other end of unix socket connection?

    - by depesz
    I have a process (dbus-daemon) which has many open connection over UNIX sockets. One of these connections is fd #36: =$ ps uw -p 23284 USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND depesz 23284 0.0 0.0 24680 1772 ? Ss 15:25 0:00 /bin/dbus-daemon --fork --print-pid 5 --print-address 7 --session =$ ls -l /proc/23284/fd/36 lrwx------ 1 depesz depesz 64 2011-03-28 15:32 /proc/23284/fd/36 -> socket:[1013410] =$ netstat -nxp | grep 1013410 (Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.) unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1013410 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD =$ netstat -nxp | grep dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1013953 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1013825 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1013726 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1013471 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1013410 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1012325 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1012302 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1012289 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1012151 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011957 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011937 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011900 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011775 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011771 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011769 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011766 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011663 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011635 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011627 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011540 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011480 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011349 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011312 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011284 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011250 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011231 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011155 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011061 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011049 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011035 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1011013 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1010961 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD unix 3 [ ] STREAM CONNECTED 1010945 23284/dbus-daemon @/tmp/dbus-3XDU4PYEzD Based on number connections, I assume that dbus-daemon is actually server. Which is OK. But how can I find which process is connected to it - using the connection that is 36th file handle in dbus-launcher? Tried lsof and even greps on /proc/net/unix but I can't figure out a way to find the client process.

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  • Is Mac OS X a licensed Unix or Unix-like clone that conforms to Unix specification?

    - by KMC
    Is Mac OS X developed on a licensed Unix or is it a Unix-like clone that, unlike Linux, conforms to Unix specification well enough to be registered as a Unix OS. Not until Leopard, Mac OS X did not gain the Unix certification. But in Leopard, Terminal still print: GNU bash, version 3.2.48(1)-release (x86_64-apple-darwin10.0) But GNU is GNU's not Unix, and Mac OS X is registered as Unix. That gets me confused whether OS X is unix or unix-like. In other words, is OS X written on top of Unix or a re-write of Unix that is as Unix as it can possible be. May be along the answer someone can provide lineage or other background information. I would also recommend reading How Unix is Mac OS X.

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  • Listing Unix experience on resume.

    - by beacon
    I have been using Linux for quite a long time, and I am familiar with many Unix commands and tools. However, my only experience with Unix is through various Linux distributions. How should I communicate on my resume that I am familiar with the Unix command line even though I have never used a UNIX(R) system? It seems strange to me to list Unix when I've never used UNIX(R). Some people refer to Unix clones as *nix, but I'm afraid that might fly over the heads of some HR people.

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  • Meaning of directories on Unix and Unix like systems

    - by Luke
    I've been using Linux for a couple of years now but I still haven't figured out what the origin or meaning of some the directory names are on Unix and Unix like systems. E.g. what does etc stand for or var? Where does the opt name come from? And while we're on the topic anyway. Can someone give a clear explanation of what directory is best used for what. I sometimes get confused where certain software is installed or what the most appropriate directory is to install software into.

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  • unix systems programming jobs in India [closed]

    - by mnunna
    Hi, I am currently working on a HP-UX platform and my role as a prod support team member involves mostly to write shell scripts. But i want to branch out into core systems programming in unix. A quick search on the internet threw no "unix systems programming jobs" in india. I'm confused as what to do. I really would like to continue with unix as my core competency, but unix jobs in india are mostly of sys admin/ prod support type, of which i do not want a part of. Can anyone of you give me an informed advice on the career oppurtinities that await unix professionals in india?? Any advice would be appreciated.

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  • Sniff UNIX domain socket

    - by gonvaled
    I know that some process is writing to a certain unix domain socket (/var/run/asterisk/asterisk.ctl), but I do not known the pid of the sender. How can I find out who is writing to the socket? I have tried with: sudo lsof /var/run/asterisk/asterisk.ctl but it just list the owner of the socket. I would like to know who is writing / reading to this socket, and I would also like to sniff the data. Is this possible?

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  • Porting Windows socket program to Unix: Alternative for winsock32 APIs in unix

    - by Amita
    In Socket Programming, how will a Unix thread receive a Socket CLOSE event from a client if connection is closed? Are there any API's which will notify the unix thread about the CLOSE event received? As in Windows we have WSAEnumNetworkEvents API which gets the event notification for a specified socket descriptor. What will be the equivalent API used in the Unix socket programing? Please provide the help for the query.

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  • Unix as opposed to Windows (Java and C++)

    - by user997112
    Firstly I should explain the background. I am interested in high frequency trading programming roles. After looking at many job specs it is very clear that there is a big demand for programmers who have programmed Java and C++ on Unix as opposed to Windows. My question is what are the differences a High Freq programmer would come across? It cannot be something in the language itself because syntactically they do not differ over OS? Therefore I thought it must be something which the programming language has to interface, resources etc? Could anyone please help me out as I am trying to improve my C++/Java on Unix, in order to aim for this type of career? ps I'm guessing part of this answer lies with the socket infrastructure on Unix?

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  • Faking the date for a specific shell session

    - by Julien Nicoulaud
    I'm certainly trying to achieve something weird here, but I want to fake the date locally for a shell session on GNU/Linux. I need to black-box test how a program behaves at different dates, and modifying the system-wide date can have unwanted side effects (cron jobs, messed up logs, etc). Any ideas ?

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  • Sorted directory size display in Unix

    - by Srikanth M
    How do i display directory sizes in a sorted manner in Unix while listing only innermost sub-directories? For example, I don't want to something like this - 100270480 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc3 100270416 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc3/logs 99020464 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc3/logs/i 99005456 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc5 99005408 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc5/logs 97726832 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc5/logs/i I just want - 99020464 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc3/logs/i 97726832 /a/b/BP/b/bat/qc5/logs/i

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  • Tricking a Unix Commandline Program into Accepting a File Stream

    - by Alan Storm
    Hypothetical situation. I have a command line program in *nix (linux, BSD, etc.). It was written so that you pass it a text file as an argument $ program file.txt Run the program, it looks at the text in file.txt. Is it possible to "trick" this program into accepting input from a file stream rather than reading a file via disk? I'm pretty comfortable using unix pipes to do stuff, but there's still something a little mysterious about their internals that make it so I can't say (definitively) yes or not to the above question.

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  • Learning C, Lisp, and UNIX from Ground Up

    - by hunterc
    A friend and I are trying to learn traditional programming from the ground up. We both do web stuff primarily but want to expand to more system related things. We have found a ton of resources but looking for a road map of sorts. We are planning on using SICP to learn Lisp(scheme). Don't really know where to from there. As for C, we figured we'd start with K&R, then do OOC, and sprinkle in Operating Systems Design and Implementation and kind of learn UNIX as we go. I'd really appreciate suggestions on filling in the gaps, reordering things, or just advice in general.

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  • unix message queue

    - by Betamoo
    Is there an ipc option to get the last message in message queue but not removing it? I want this to allow many clients reading same messages from the same server.. Thanks

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  • How to number the ls output in unix?

    - by Snehal
    I am trying to write a file with format - "id file_absolute_path" which basically lists down all the files recursively in a folder and give an identifier to each file listed like 1,2,3,4. I can get the absolute path of the files recursively using the following command: ls -d -1 $PWD/**/*/* However, I am unable to give an identifier from the output of the ls command. I am sure this can be done using awk, but can't seem to solve it.

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  • Mac OS X = UNIX? [closed]

    - by lee
    Possible Duplicate: How Unix is Mac OS X? People always said ubuntu, linux is UNIX based OS, then how about mac os x? from mac os x terminal i can see most of the unix command are available does it mean mac os also built on UNIX?

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  • Is Unix not a PC Operating System?

    - by Corelgott
    I am doing my Bachelor at a university. In a written assignment the professor posted the task: "Name 3 PC-Operating Systems". Well, I went on an included a variety of OS (Linux, Windows, OSx) including Unix & Solaris. Today I recieved a mail from my prof saying: Unix is not a PC-Operating System. Many Unix-variants are not PC-hardware compatible (like AIX & HP-UX. About Solaris: there was one PC-compatible version...) I am kind of suprised: Even if may Unix-variants are Power-PC and different bit-order – Those don't stop being PCs now, right? The question was given in a written assigment! It was not a question that came up during lecture! Due to the original task being in German, I'll include it just to make sure nobody suspects an error in the translation. Frage: Nennen Sie 3 PC-Betriebssysteme. Antwort: Unix ist kein PC-Betriebssystem, viele Unix-Varianten sind nicht auf PC-Hardware lauffähig (AIX, HP-UX). Von Solaris gab es mal eine PC-Variante.

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  • Is Unix a PC Operating system?

    - by Corelgott
    I have got kind of a stupid question. I am doing my bachelor at a university. In a wirtten assigment a prof posted the task: "Name 3 PC-Operating Systems:" Well, I went on an included a variety of OS (Linux, Windows, Osx) including Unix & Solaris. Today I recieved a mail from my prof saying: "Unix is not a PC-Operating System. Many Unix-Variants are not PC-Hardware-Compatible (like AIX & HP-UX. About Solaris: there was one PC-Compatible version...)" I am kind of suprised: Even if may Unix-Variants are Power-PC and different bit-order – Those don't stop beeing PCs right now? The question was given in a written assigment! It was not a question that came up during lecture! Due to the original postest task being in German, I'll include it just to make sure, that nobody suspects an error in the translation... "Nennen Sie 3 PC-Betriebssysteme:" Response / Antwort: "Unix ist kein PC-Betriebssystem, viele Unix-Varianten sind nicht auf PC-Hardware lauffähig (AIX, HP-UX). Von Solaris gab es mal eine PC-Variante." Anybody got something on that? Thx & Cheers Corelgott

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  • Interviewing someone for general unix skills

    - by Christophe Vanfleteren
    How would you test a developer that claims to have *nix shell experience (just to be clear, we don't want to test if someone can develop on *nix, only that they know their way around the command line). I was thinking about making them solve a problem of getting information out of log files, which would involve some basics like cat, grep, cut, ... combined with piping. What other basic knowledge would you ask for? Once again, this isn't for interviewing someone who will develop for *nix systems, and also not for *nix system admins, but just for regular developers that sometimes need to do some work on a *nix system.

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  • Unix Password Management Keyring

    - by Phil
    I am looking for a password manager for a command-line Unix environment. So far all I can find are keyring applications for Windows, Linux, and Mac. But no command-line Unix interfaces. My main goal is to be able to access a password keyring through an SSH connection to a machine that has no graphical user interface. If there are no good unix password keyrings out there, what would be a better way to store personal passwords in a central location?

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  • Control-Backspace (unix-kill-rubout) for readline?

    - by Xepoch
    In readline(3) I should be able to map Control-Backspace to the same function as Control-W (unix-kill-rubout). Regardless of what I put in ~/.inputrc I'm unable to get this to be recognized. \C-\b: unix-kill-rubout ...for instance does not work. Can I map Control-Backspace to the unix-kill-rubout in readline?

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