Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

If I were running bind on a Unix server, I'd add this to the config file at /etc/named.conf. Not sure how much access Apple gives you to customize the configuration though: channel query_log { file "/var/log/named/query.log" versions 5 size 1m; severity dynamic; print-time yes; }; category queries { query_log; };


2

The standard directory in Yosemite/Mavericks where the update packages are stored in folders and sub-folders is here: "/Library/Server/Software Update/Data/html/content/downloads/" The DocRoot may be customized though. Entering the following in Terminal to get a previously customized DocRoot should work: /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c 'print ...


1

You can stop the _xcsbuild "session" by running sudo xcrun xcscontrol --shutdown. This will also stop it from starting at launch. Although it's probably a better idea to use xcscontrol, the individual launchctl tasks are: com.apple.xcsd.plist com.apple.xcscouch.plist com.apple.xcsredis.plist com.apple.xcscontrol.plist You can also delete all the ...


0

I was able to solve it by wiping the drive again, and reinstalling. Must have not installed correctly


0

The solution is simple. You must go to the SMB sharing settings and give proper permissions to the user with whose credentials you are logged from you mac. The default sharing permissions in windows is for everyone, but you must have the specific username permitted there.


0

So turns out there is no way to do this now. At least as far as I've been able to tell.


0

You didn't mention what client or protocol/s you're using... could be you're talking about samba/cifs file sharing, and if so, there is an answer elsewhere on ask different (I'll try to find) that will fix your trouhle... But I'll just throw this out there in case because I've done a lot of ARD/VNC and RDP the other way, and the issue that presents itself ...


1

The MDM server only needs to be publicly available if you want to send commands to the devices while they are not on your LAN. Using a solution like Casper, you can have a piece of the MDM (a limited access server) in the DMZ, while the fully functional Casper server is behind your firewall. Communication with Profile Manager/MDM is a three way ...


1

The MDM server does need to be available by the device, but Profile Manager itself does not. In other words, the ability to access the Profile Manager doesn't need to be present on the device, providing the literal MDM server is accessible.


1

You need to create a "bare" git repo: a repository that can never have files checked out. Everyone pulls and pushes from the server like normal, but nobody can actually work on the server (unless they make a non-bare clone). If you are creating a new repository called "my_bare_repo.git", you can make it bare like so: cd /Users/git (or whatever) git init ...


1

When you set a user to services only this limits them to no login. As you can see in your Advanced Options the login shell is set to /usr/bin/false. This will deny login. If you want to share a folder with them setup File Sharing in the Server.app and give them permission to the file share.


0

When I try to connect user WITHOUT home directory - services only What were you expecting? You chose to set up a user for services only and then tried to login as that user. Of course it's going to fail. Services-only is for users that need calendar, email, time machine etc. but not login. If you want to do a basic login that user needs a home folder.


1

The ; and && are interpreted by bash on the local machine. You can see this by running ssh 127.0.0.1 -t env && env: the second time, there will be no SSH_CONNECTION variable. You can quote the entire command to get it to work properly: ssh -t $host 'sudo softwareupdate -ia && sudo shutdown -r now' In my opinion, -t should only ...


0

I am not sure about the reboot issue, but setting up a script to run sudo commands without inputting the password is fairly easy. Take a look at Step 4 of this answer I previously wrote (it was for something else entirely, but the steps to enable running sudo without a password are universal). Note that actual command to run your script will change to sudo ...



Top 50 recent answers are included