Updating timezone on redhat9
you have to use visudo to edit it; I really wouldn't recommend doing this thoughi have a script that replaces my with another version then automatically restarts X server....there a way to either bypass having to log back in or for the script to kill a process and run another after logging back inwhy dont the commands: auth sufficient pam_
Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Mount Windows Shares Permanently and Samba can be administered via the web with SWATchris__: if you really want to make sudo not time you out you need to edit the /etc/sudoers file and use the timestamp_timeout option - set it to a negative number in order for the to never time out.
hi, I'm having trouble connecting to a wpa secured wlan network... We don't provide support for it, and we strongly discourage its use. Works For Memangojambo: Automatix2 is a script that tries to install some software, and often fails and breaks systems.