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I have a raspberry pi, and I connect to it via SFTP. I use Filezilla to do this, and for whatever reason sometimes I can delete files using any user, and other times I get permission denied deleting from the SAME directory. So I got fed up with the crap and created a new user that has root access so that if I need to go in via SFTP and delete something, I can do it without wanting to chuck my keyboard through the nearest wall. However, I edited the sudoers file and added this line: username ALL=(ALL) ALL Which, from what I have read at least, should give said user 100% access to screw up things as much as they want. However, when I go onto Filezilla, enter the users name and pass and go to the directory I want to delete files from, I still receive permission denied. What gives? All I want to do is delete files via SFTP like I have been able to do in the past, but for whatever reason even telling the computer to allow 100% privileges to a user doesn't fix the issue. and before everyone says "you don't want to give a user full root access because you'll ruin your life," this is a Pi that is used to emulate games. If I lost anything it'd be hours worth of work sorting through files. I'm willing to take that risk. submitted by /u/hamburgerwalrus [link] [comments]

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What up! I am 24 years old and I am finally trying to build a career for myself in IT. I have always been a huge nerd for technology, and recently for the past 3 years I have been falling in love with networking. I went to school for networking (an associates in networking)and plan on getting CCNA and CCNP eventually. Lately, I have been having this urge to align my hobbies (networking/datahoarding/server/homelab) with what I could be doing in a career environment. What do you believe is the best linux OS for me to take up for my desktop that will also help with my career the most? I also have a home server that I am looking to transition possibly to fedora or centOS. (currently running ubuntu) I am trying to decide between ubuntu/centOS/fedora Thanks submitted by /u/longwalkk [link] [comments]

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This is an odd request. My school is being a dick and blocking all P2P/torrent traffic unless you have an "academic justification." I know I can just use a VPN / other ways to get around this, but I want to stick it to the man. So I told them my academic reason was downloading Linux Distros. They responded asking what specific distros I wanted to download, and they would decide whether they were available exclusively over PTP/torrent. So to make a long post short... TL;DR Can anyone link to Linux distros or other crucial software available solely over P2P, or help me figure out an academic justification for P2P? submitted by /u/ParkRap [link] [comments]

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I want to disable the touchscreen on a laptop when I don't need it, in order to save battery. Someone suggests a xorg.conf mod in order to make the input be ignored, but that's not what I want, I want to totally disable it so it doesn't drain power. Is xinput the right way to do it? submitted by /u/Reddit4it [link] [comments]

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How would I go about scanning for vulnerabilities on my website using a Web Application Tool on Kali. The URL ends with this: "/webapps/portal/execute/tabs/tabAction?tab_tab_group_id=_9_1" If I'm completely wrong on wanting a WAS please let me know. submitted by /u/Ergot_ [link] [comments]

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two PC communicating; nc -lu 192.168.3.100 26090 and the other nc -u 26090; they see each other with ping, but nc quiets after two message without delivering submitted by /u/mbparsa [link] [comments]

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I want to disable the touchscreen on a laptop when I don't need it, in order to save battery. Someone suggests a xorg.conf mod in order to make the input be ignored, but that's not what I want, I want to totally disable it so it doesn't drain power. Is xinput the right way to do it? Also, does it reactivate at boot times or does it stay off until I enable it again? submitted by /u/Reddit4it [link] [comments]

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