|eck||is centos 5 beta based on the final rhel 5 release, or on the rhel 5 betas?|
|arcane||hmmm, i dont have the bttv module floating around on my system - whats the go - should i go create a new custom kernel?|
|so_||arcane, I believe the CentosPlus kernel has those modules|
|GreenCult||someon here installed Openwebmail on centos??|
i can found the perl-CGI package...
|rado_||z00dax, you here?|
|rado_||lol yes you are!!! hey...any stats being kept on how many times it is asked when 5.0 is to be released?|
|z00dax||not that i know of|
|rado_||kk just lots|
|Fr0zen_||how can i allow a backup user to sudo with chmod, chown, and rm capabilities?|
|Fr0zen_||im actually trying to do that right now|
|rado_||Fr0zen_, try that|
|Fr0zen_||i have user BACKUPS ALL = NOPASSWD: RSYNC|
rsync = /usr/bin/rsync
when i connect to the box with that user and im running rsync i cannot use --delete or --super
|rado_||I use it and I have no root login ssh|
you have rsync set up on all your machines? ...stabbing in the dark...
|Fr0zen_||actually, rado, I have on FreeBSD box at a datacenter and a CentOS box at my house. Im trying to backup (strictly for backup) directories /etc/, /home/www/, /usr/local/virtual, and /var/log from the FreeBSD to the CentOS box. I have root login disabled on the CentOS box and I made a user backup have sudo running to allow rsync and ssh keys setup. It can cannot and send fine, but it cannot delete or retain owner:group and such|
|rado_||ummmm ...crawfishing out of this one|
what you mean?
how do you have it setup?
|rado_||cdntos >> centos >>centos|
let me make one check make sure I am telling you exactly right that I use --delete
im going freebsd >> centos
is the centos box running sudo
how does your sudo config look?
backup ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/rsync
is what i have
|rado_||root is actually running the scripts where rsync is called|
|Fr0zen_||so the backup script is run by rsync?|
thats what the freebsd box is running it as.
|rado_||but it cannot log on any machine as the root user|