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Old 03-26-2012, 01:54 PM   #16
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Can you explain the point in your last reply? What does it mean?
 
Old 03-26-2012, 02:03 PM   #17
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i said i tried and too displayed the work..but unable then
 
Old 03-26-2012, 02:21 PM   #18
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I'm guessing you DO NOT have instructor.example.com machine around with some shared storage.
This article might be useful to you:
http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/...rprise-linux-6

Also, instead of "vim /etc/grub.conf" use "vi /etc/grub.conf".

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Old 03-26-2012, 02:37 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Joy1982 View Post
Write a script so that if the user executes the program as /root/program user , it should display kernel and if the user executes the program as /root/program kernel , it should display user. If no argument is passed or any other string other that user or kernel is passwd then the script should display the following to stderr : /root/program kernel|user
Code:
#!/bin/sh
case "$1" in user) echo kernel;; kernel) echo user;; *) echo "/root/program kernel|user" >/dev/stderr;; esac; exit 0

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Originally Posted by Joy1982 View Post
Code:
fdisk -cu/dev/sda
p
n
p
+30M
p
:wq(save) [0] 
vi /etc/fstab [1]
0) forgot to mark the partition as type "Linux" (L, 0x83).
1) could also 'echo "/dev/disk/by-uuid/of45ed56-ao28-4aad-8 /mnt/data ext4 -netdev" >> /etc/fstab' but that's not the advertised way of doing things.
2) you did not post what errors your actions resulted in. Without knowing those ('grep iscsi /var/log/messages; dmesg'?) it is hard to assist you.

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IMAPS must be available to brad from example.com [0]
IMAPS must NOT be available to other networks or domains. [1]
The SSL certicate for the IMAPS server must be created as follows: [2]
0) Use /etc/hosts.allow ?
1) Use /etc/hosts.deny ?
2) Either use a customized ssl.conf or run 'Make imaps.cert' and answer the questions. See the documentation pointed to in earlier post.


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Make the kernel parameter value set to 1 for kernflk. Changes should be visible from /proc/cmdline file.
Appending the line to the GRUB kernel line as you did is OK.
It requires a reboot with that kernel to show up in /proc/cmdline though.
 
Old 03-26-2012, 02:52 PM   #20
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Thanks the Script Program-me i Understood and same do kernel and would Tomorrow have the Print Screen Result as Unable to Take the Print Screen and Copy to you Forum as Unable to do it as Progress Unknown Now Known
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Please request for these 2 Solution

2)Configure your system as iSCSI initiator. instructor.example.com is as acting as shared storage device. The following requirements should be filfilled :
a. Create a partition of 30MiB.
b. Format the partition with ext4 filesystem & mount it under /mnt/data.
c. Download a file from ftp://instructor.example.com/pub/rhce/iscsi.txt & put it in /mnt/data.
d. The partition should be persistent.


3) Provide SSL-encapsulated IMAP access (IMAPS):
IMAPS must be available to brad from example.com
IMAPS must NOT be available to other networks or domains.
The SSL certicate for the IMAPS server must be created as follows:
Use the defaults for Country , State , Locality , and Organization Name
Set Organizational Unit to GLS
Set Common Name to stationx.example.com
Set Email Address to root@serverx.example.com
 
  


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