A little more kickstarting, LVM – logical volume management and File ACL.
Then a rehearse of the previous chapters.
Feeling a bit excited about tomorrow!
These ACL were a bit more complex than I thought, but they could be made very complicated if you want to. But there’s the default ACL and then there’s the normal ones. Chmod +s for sticky bits.
Also got a 4GB USB pen that does about 4.4MB/s :p
Some important ones:
mount -o remount,rw / /usr/share/doc/initscripts*/sysconfig.txt kernel-doc package and /usr/share/doc/kernel-* rpm -qd; rpm -qc
Some important but not importantest:
getsebool -a setsebool -P usermod -a sssd - service that caches authentication stuff
* -rw nfsserver:/path/to/mount/on/home/guests/&
If on nfsserver there is an nfsshare that is: /path/to/mount/on/home/guests/
and in there you have home directories for users. Then this will automount these directories when anybody tries to access them. Same concept as doing: