After running into permission issues trying to get PHP’s shell_exec command to chown call files as the asterisk user(which only root can do), I decided to make this script.
As a side note, you should be able to get the shell_exec command to work using sudo by adding the www-data user to the sudoer’s file without a password but that wouldn’t work in my particular environment. The server I was working on was extremely outdated and didn’t even have sudo installed.
Add this to /etc/sudoers
www-data ALL=NOPASSWD: /path/to/script
The following code runs the script as a daemon. You will need to update rc to start this script at default run levels and also make sure to chmod +x this file to make it executable.
# Move asterisk call file daemon startup script
# Author: Nathan Thomas
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/etc/init.d/openmeetings startup script for Ubuntu Server 12.04.2
OpenMeetings Version 2.0-INCUBATING
A few notes:
– Make sure to change path for RED5_HOME variable
– Make sure to chmod +x the init script
– This assumes openmeetings is running under a user/group with the same name
– This assumes you are using libreoffice (not openoffice) for the whiteboard file import service
# Author: Nathan Thomas
### BEGIN INIT INFO
# Provides: red5
# Required-Start: $local_fs $remote_fs $network $syslog $named $time
# Required-Stop: $local_fs $remote_fs $network $syslog $named $time
# Default-Start: 2 3 4 5
# Default-Stop: 0 1 6
# X-Interactive: true
# Short-Description: Start/stop OpenMeetings java based conferencing webapp
### END INIT INFO
DESC="Red5 flash streaming server"
# Plugin Variables
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It turns out there is no support for WWAN connections on the 64 bit Cisco VPN Client (version 5.0.07.0440-k9) so the client will connect but you can’t ping anything on the remote network and you will only see packets showing a bypassed status on the statistics page. Fortunately for some, you can resolve this issue by doing the following:
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The latest upgrade on Ubuntu 12.04 updates vsftpd to version 2.3.5 and they have made a change that requires the chroot directory to no longer be writable which produces this error when trying to connect. They have made an option called allow_writeable_chroot=YES in the latest build that had to be backported to use this functionality.
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To set NTP Peers for the Windows Time Service, enter the following at an elevated command prompt
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To fix the BSOD “KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED” error that references the driver “scsiport.sys”, first install the Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 SP4 (KB891861) on the physical machine and then reboot. Then run the P2V conversion process over again and the new virtual machine will boot normally.
Edit the patch file
Insert these lines of code where it says “### INSERT THIS CODE HERE ###”
elif [ `cat /etc/issue | grep Ubuntu | wc -l` = 1 ]
if [ `which dpkg-query | wc -l` = 1 ]
Continue reading "BackupExec 2012 Linux Agent SP1 Patch Update – Ubuntu Fix"
Props to this site for pointing me in the right direction.
Install the BackupExec Agent as you would normally (./installralus) and the installation will complete successfully however the service will fail to start afterwards.
Change into ralus directory
Make a backup of libbesocket.so
#cp libbesocket.so libbesocket.so.orig
apt-get install binutils binutils-multiarch
Disassemble the binary to a file
#objdump -D libbesocket.so > libbesocket.asm
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To be able to access sites that have self-signed certificates or have encryption set below 1024 bits, enter this command at an elevated command prompt.
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Today I ran into some problems with a hard drive that failed in a machine and I needed to restore a Clonezilla image. Unfortunately, the destination partition happened to be smaller than the original image so I couldn’t use the wizard because it errored out claiming I needed to use the -C option. The only problem is that from within the wizard you don’t even have the option to use it. After some searching, I found a few sites that said to use partclone.restore -C -s – -o /dev/(path to partition) and that failed everytime but at least pointed me in the right direction. To make a long story short, here’s a lil’ somethin’ somethin’ that should accomplish our end goal. From the shell, do one of the following:
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