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Monday, February 4. 2008
Less known Solaris features: pfexec
One of my first tutorials was the tutorial about RBAC. In this new tutorial i want to come back to this topic. In the RBAC tutorial i used su to assume a different role. But Solaris offers an additional way to work with the privileges of a different role.
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Making Apache privilege aware
Maybe you remember my RBAC/Privileges-Tutorial in the the LKSF series. In the third part i described how to take away some privileges from the apache processes. But this takes the concept a whole step farther. Nick Kew announced on the Apache developer ma
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The LKSF book
The book with the consolidated Less known Solaris Tutorials is available for download here
Mon, 03.02.2014 14:24
This mdb bug is fixed in the c urrent Solaris 11 SRU.
Sun, 02.02.2014 19:25
This is why I'm never using "e xit" in shell and always ctrl- d.
Sun, 02.02.2014 08:30
Yes, i'm doing it the same way normally with the echo ... ho wever i needed the mdb for dif ferent stuff as well and [...]
Sun, 02.02.2014 05:05
I recall a customer who had ju st set a tunable to 0 using > variable_name/W0 They th en typed in > exit [...]
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