seekuel | 6 Jun 09:16 2016
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CentOS 7.2 /tmp not mounting every bootup

Hi,

Good day.

In our Linux box, we have an entry in fstab to mount /tmp but every time the system is bootup /tmp is not mounted. Mounting manually with command 'mount /tmp' will mount the partition correctly as per fstab.

I have tried to add the command 'mount /tmp' in rc.local but its not working /tmp is not mounted.

I can delete /tmp directory and every time I reboot the system /tmp is recreated with 1777 permission.

I can also see files under /tmp:


root <at> xxx: [/tmp]
# df -h .
Filesystem             Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/ol00-root  3.8G   80M  3.7G   3% /

root <at> xxx: [/tmp]
# ll -al
total 8
drwxrwxrwt   7 root root  136 Jun  6 03:13 .
dr-xr-xr-x. 29 root root 4096 Jun  6 02:18 ..
drwxrwxrwt   2 root root    6 Jun  6 02:19 .font-unix
drwxrwxrwt   2 root root    6 Jun  6 02:19 .ICE-unix
drwxrwxrwt   2 root root    6 Jun  6 02:19 .Test-unix
drwxrwxrwt   2 root root    6 Jun  6 02:19 .X11-unix
drwxrwxrwt   2 root root    6 Jun  6 02:19 .XIM-unix
-rw-------   1 root root  451 Jun  6 02:29 yum_save_tx.2016-06-06.02-29.HL1NRp.yumtx


fstab: /dev/mapper/ol01-lvol0  /tmp                    ext3     defaults        0 0

I also tried changing the partition from xfs to ext3 but to no avail. When I update /tmp to /tmp1 in fstab, then after bootup the system will correctly mount /tmp1.

Anyone have experience this? Any suggestions to solve this?

Thanks
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Anuerin Diaz | 21 Apr 14:41 2016
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Re: COMELEC Leaked Information

the grapevine says the authorities have a lead on one of the leakers and the only detail released is that the person is "young". the other item is more perplexing as the comelec database is allegedly already tampered. with virtually laughable security (data in plain text and sight),  it's not so difficult to believe.

:(

On 21 Apr 2016 19:25, "seekuel" <seekuel-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
I have checked mine and my parents, siblings, and my wife are all there. My brother as absentee voter details is also available. Our beloved president is the sample name when you try to search your details.

This is not good.

Hope that the responsible person and department will have the appropriate punishment for leaking personal data to public by not protecting their servers.

 

On Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 7:20 PM, Anuerin Diaz <ramfree17 <at> gmail.com> wrote:

I have been trying to access the site for the last hour to check our family but the site cant be reached via mobile Internet.

my understanding is that these are the Comelec data that was breached. if only certain members of my family are in there then it may be my proof as not all of my family members registered to vote.

On 21 Apr 2016 19:15, "seekuel" <seekuel <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Guys,

Not sure if you are aware of this, but my complete details even biometrics I think is leaked. You may check this out.


I am wondering on how security was implemented by our government.

Any theory on how the data was copied?

Thanks

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Anuerin Diaz | 21 Apr 13:20 2016
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Re: COMELEC Leaked Information

I have been trying to access the site for the last hour to check our family but the site cant be reached via mobile Internet.

my understanding is that these are the Comelec data that was breached. if only certain members of my family are in there then it may be my proof as not all of my family members registered to vote.

On 21 Apr 2016 19:15, "seekuel" <seekuel-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Guys,

Not sure if you are aware of this, but my complete details even biometrics I think is leaked. You may check this out.


I am wondering on how security was implemented by our government.

Any theory on how the data was copied?

Thanks

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seekuel | 21 Apr 13:15 2016
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COMELEC Leaked Information

Guys,

Not sure if you are aware of this, but my complete details even biometrics I think is leaked. You may check this out.


I am wondering on how security was implemented by our government.

Any theory on how the data was copied?

Thanks
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Aingel Carbonell | 14 Oct 07:39 2015

Any company using webERP?

Would any of your guys know a company using webERP?
We're hoping to build better usability and acceptance around the country.
Thank you in advance for any reference.

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Harrie Bird | 1 Aug 06:14 2015
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Hello World. :)


Hello Everyone!

    I would like to ask if the PLUG is still active and what are the requirements in order to join this group. I would like also to know if there is a member of PLUG from Mindanao.


Yours truly,

Paul Harriet S. Asiñero
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Michael Tinsay | 20 May 10:06 2015
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On upgrading to SAMBA 4

Hello!

One of the things I'm looking to accomplish in the next few weeks is the deployment of SAMBA 4 AD DC to replace our aging SAMBA 3 NT4-style PDC/BDC + OpenLDAP.  For now I've been doing a lot of reading and googling.  I'm now deeply considering a thought: should I migrate the SAMBA 3 DB (users, machines, shares, etc.) via the classicupgrade tool or start things fresh?

For those who have experience SAMBA 4 deployment, I'd appreciate your input on this matter?


--- mike t.

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Roberto Verzola | 23 Apr 09:25 2015
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video streaming formats

What are the usuable formats for video streaming? (if you click on the
file, the browser render it immediately as video).

I ask this because the .mp4 output of ffmpeg is considered a corrupted
file by reconq and firefox browsers. But the original version reads
just fine.

I converted the .mp4 to .flv using kdenlive (it worked without hitch,
unlike openshot which crashes on me after several clicks on the menu).

But clicking on the .flv triggers an option to download and save, or to
open with a video player. Then it is downloaded first (a long time...)
before the player opens it.

I'm looking for a way to save the video in a form that what posted on a
website is streamed straight for rendering by a browser.

Greetings to all,

Obet
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Roberto Verzola | 22 Apr 05:34 2015
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ffmpeg / avconv

Dear pluggers,

I'm trying to convert a numbered sequence of jpg files into video. The
names are 0010.jpg, 0020.jpg, 0030.jpg etc. Would like to turn these
into a single .mp4, or whatever format will work.

I've tried ffmpeg, avconf, and winff but I only get as far as creating
the video file but it doesn't play. The created file is less than 20kb.

The ffmpeg command I tried (variations of...) is:

ffmpeg -f image2 -i *.jpg -r 12 -s 320x200 switchoff.mp4

I tried the gui winff but I can't find the menu options that will
convert multiple jpegs to video.

Any help would be appreciated.

Obet
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Roberto Verzola | 14 Apr 01:33 2015
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auto-display of a jpeg file behind a php script

Hi guys,

The Switch Off #NoBrownout "reality game" is moving forward gradually.
Thanks to Danny Ching, the jpeg file (updated hourly) is now hosted on
his ownCloud server. It is available via a url for other servers. Pls
email me privately if you want to get the file every hour too for
display in your own website or blog. You will need to set up the
ownCloud client on your system. Everyone might know this already, but
in case some don't (I didn't), ownCloud is a FOSS version of Dropbox.

I had an initial problem installing the client (my apt-get was
downloading an old v1.3 version which didn't work for me). But after
updating the sources, apt-get finally installed v1.8 and the problem
went away.

Obet

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Roberto Verzola | 14 Apr 01:42 2015
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auto-display of jpg file behind a php script

Hi guys,

I need more help on this one: I have a WordPress post which basically
points to a php script URL, that will give back a jpeg file.

My intention is to generate a URL for the WordPress post so that if
people access this URL from their browser, the browser picks up the url
to the PHP script, gets the jpeg file behind the script, and displays
the jpeg file.

What the browser instead displays is the alternate text, or if I take
that out, a graphic icon that the user must click, before the image
itself is displayed.

Is there a way to avoid this extra click? My Web browsing says it is a
security feature, but if a jpeg file is behind the php, and the user
had already requested a jpeg file, it seems to me the extra click is
not necessary.

Thanks in advance!

Obet
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