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tulpa
hello, I have a CentOS 5 NAS and having trouble with samba
'/tmp' does not exist or permission denied when connecting to [IPC$] Error was Permission denied
ahah! finally found the answer. chmod +rx /
my root filesystem got full, must have damaged permissions
Bahhumbug
... That's not really how it works.
tulpa
Bahhumbug, what do you mean?
Bahhumbug
Full filesystems will cause an alteration of permissions.
Sigh
Will _NOT_ cause...
WilliamDotAT
HFS+ sucks on full FS
tulpa
hmm. it got changed somehow
Bahhumbug
And yuet... will not alter file system permissions on an out of space condition.
daMaestro
is https://atlas.hashicorp.com/centos/boxes/7 an official box or did someone just squat the centos name?
fossxplorer
Trying to enable systemd-networkd on C7, but seems it's not there
Is that not supported on systemd 208?
         

ThunderFrog
if i have a package installed from a disabled repo (by using --enablerepo=blabla) and i run yum update, will the package be updated?
DiscordianUK
You will need to specify --enablerepo=
ThunderFrog
ok, so for each disable repo i need to run yum update?
or can i do this in a global manner?
DiscordianUK
You will need to specify --enablerepo=repo1,repo2
ThunderFrog
alright, clear
thanks :)
fossxplorer
Hmm, trying to update systemd using https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/lnykryn/systemd/, but i get Processing Conflict: systemd-219-8.el7.centos.x86_64 conflicts dracut < 033-243 :(
TrevorH
why would you try to replace a core distro component with one from somewhere else?
fossxplorer
To get support for systemd-networkd for containers
TrevorH
you're pretty much on your own with that then
fossxplorer
I see. Do you know if that arrives with CentOS 7.2?
TrevorH
I saw a bugzilla saying that they'd like to update to it but then it looked like it petered out and might have been going nowhere
with the feature creep and general bloat of systemd, I hope they do the right thing and stick with what they shipped originally
fossxplorer
Hmm i see
(Action) is in desperate need to get containers up and running, hence looking into systemd-nspawn
billings
docker?
DiscordianUK
some kinda of container thing which I should learn
Overand
anyone have thoughts on a nice short sed one-liner to inject a reasonable entry into the beginning of /etc/hosts? I don't really want to just yoink out the entire 127.0.0.1 line and replace it with "127.0.0.1 $(hostname -f) $(hostname) localhost localhost.localdomain)" etc
oh nice. sed "s/127.0.0.1\s\+/&$(hostname -f) $(hostname) /" works nicely
glitch13
Where can I find lists of the packages installed as part of each frsh install option? i.e. if I select "minimal desktop" or "minimal server", where can I know ahead of time what packages are coming with?
I tried to google but got sparse results
fenrus02
DeaDSouL
Hi, I have 512GB M.2 ssd.. the gparted software says that the current sector size is 512 while it should be 2048... how can I change the sector ? and what's the benefit of having large sector size?
uid1
DeaDSouL: mkfs.ext3 mentions MKE2FS_DEVICE_SECTSIZE env var that might help you
That is, "man mkfs.ext3"
Not really knowledgeable, but I don't think you need to change it though.
And I think the larger sector size makes for (slightly) faster reads & writes - probably not an issue on an SSD.
I really don't know much about this topic; just trying to help since everyone else is probably away from keyboard now.
If I'm mistaken, I'd appreciate being pinged in the correction so I can learn something new...
TrevorH
the sector size doesn't matter so much as having the partitions aligned properly
         

patteh
lo all
can anyone help re-registering an EFI bootmgr with the uefi bios?
basically im dual booting windows and centos
and i've cloned the drives to a few pc's
doing a centos upgrade install recovers the centos boot option
but cannot get the windows one back
even with efibootmgr
TrevorH
sounds like a question for a windows forum then
patteh
it does indeed
but linux people are cleverer
and i'm hoping to fix with efibootmgr if i can
is it possible to revert to standard boot
once installed with gpt /efi?
Robr3rd
I am having a surprisingly difficult time getting CentOS setup as a Vagrant box.
This is my "vagrant up" attempt http://pastie.org/10300794
I get a message in there telling me to check "/var/log/vboxadd-install.log" in which this block appears numerous times: http://pastie.org/10300796
Zerberus
kernel-devel missing
TrevorH
Robr3rd: I see it tried to install the kernel-devel package for the old 7.0 kernel, perhaps you should be using 7.1
Robr3rd
TrevorH, How would I best go about that?
TrevorH
I've got no idea how vagrant works but I the first thing I see in your yum output is it complaining that it can't find kernel-devel-3.10.0-123 and that belongs to 7.0 and 7.0 has been removed from the mirrors
current is 7.1.1503 and that uses 3.10.0-229
if you install 7.1 to start with then it will find the right kernel-devel and install it
so basically you're using the wrong install media, don't use 7.0.1406, use 7.1.1503
Robr3rd
Gotcha.
TrevorH, Perfect! That fixed it!
For the Vagrant side of the answer, it was just a matter of destroying the VM and starting fresh, but using THIS image (https://vagrantcloud.com/chef/boxes/centos-7.1) instead of the one that I WAS using (https://vagrantcloud.com/chef/boxes/centos-7.0)
So, like you said 7.1 vs 7.0. Thanks a ton! Have a wonderful day.
Kelvar
question, I'm running centos 6.5 ...is there a (easy) way to upgrade it to 6.6 or was that done automatically with yum update
MerlinTHP
yum update
Kelvar
MerlinTHP: thanks for the reply, I was on another screen and didn't notice, sorry
jomido
When I yum groupinstall cifs-file-server on centos 7 it tells me No package available for to install or update. But I don't even have any samba packages installed?
TrevorH
there's no such package as cifs-file-server on CentOS
xoritor
thats a generic error message
there is also no such group
TrevorH
ah, wait, maybe you meant "CIFS file server"
xoritor
maybe i was wrong
there is a cifs-file-server
yum grouplist -v | egrep -i cifs
it does exist
heh
jomido
yeah i was just using the groupid instead of the name
using either the groupid or CIFS\ file\ server or "CIFS file server" all give the same results
and yum groupinfo cifs-file-server (et al) all seem to imply there are no packages in the group
but a yum install samba successfully installs
xoritor
interesting
groups are a mess
jomido
first time I've ever had a problem with a group install. at first I thought it was just a problem with optional packages, but samba being optional for cifs? i think not
xoritor
LOL
would you like files with that file server?
jomido
lol exactly
well it installed just fine by installing the packages by name, individually. so i guess i'll just shrug and move on. thanks guys.
xoritor
heh
good luck
daspence
how can I find another computer on my network using command line?
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