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Revisit O Done O resize your lvm

Resize the logical volume to 120 MiB. We know that it is possible the size can vary after completing your job. So your logical volume size will be acceptable from 185 MiB to 225 MiB.


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create required Users and group membership.

Create the following users, groups, and group memberships: 3. A group named sysusers

A user andrew who belongs to sysusers as a secondary group

A user susan who also belongs to sysusers as a secondary group member of sysusers

A user brad who does not have access to an interactive shell on the system, and who is not a natasha, susan, and brad should all have the password of password. Revisit O Done O create a collaborative directory.

- Create a collaborative directory /shared/sysusers with the following characteristics: - Group ownership of /shared/sysusers is sysusers - The directory should be readable, writable, and accessible to members of sysusers, but not to other user. (It is understood that root has access to all filles and directories on the system.) any

- Files created in /shared/sysusers automatically have group ownership set to the sysusers group

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install the kernel update

Install the appropriate kernel update from ftp://server1.example.com/pub/updates. The following criteria must also be met: The updated kernel is the default kernel when the system is rebooted.

The original kernel remains available and bootable on the system.

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configure ftp access

Configure ftp access on your machine. and Clients should have anonymous FTP access to your machine

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configure ldap login

Ldapuserx should be able to log into your system, where x is your station number, but will not have a home directory until you have completed the autofs requirement. all LDAP users have a password of password Revisit O Done O

Bind to the LDAP provided by for user authentication. Note the following:

configure ldap autofs

Configure autofs to automount the home directories of LDAP users. Note the following: x is your station number

server1.example.com ( ) NFS-exports /rhome/stationx to your system, where

ldapuserx's home directory is server1.example.com:/rhome/stationx/ldapuserx home directories must be writable by their users

ldapuserx's home directory should be automounted locally beneath /rhome as /rhome/ldapuserx While you are able to log in as any of the users ldapuser1 through ldapuser20, the only home directory that is accessible from your system is ldapuserx.



The user andrew must configure a cron job that runs daily at 14:23 local time and executes /bin/echo haiya


configure a cron job.

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configure ntp client.

Configure your system so that it is an NTP client of server1.example.com

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Create a user

Create a user alice with uid 4332 it should auto get interactive shell.

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find the string

Find the string strato in file /var/lib/dict/words and locate them into /root/words.txt. file should not contain any blank line and. It should contain orginal form of data.

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search and locate

Search the file owned by user andrew and locate it under /root/found

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create swap

Create a swap partition of 512 MiB. Dont interrupt any other partitions. Your created partitions should auto mount after next boot.

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implement a web server.

Implement a web server for the site http://stationX.domainX.example.com, then perform the following steps: Download ftp://server1.example.com/pub/rhce/station.html Rename the downloaded file to index.html Copy this index.html to the DocumentRoot of your web server Do NOT make any modifications to the content of index.html

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create an lvm partion

Create and lvm name wshare from wgroup volume group volume group size should 100 extent. And lvm size should 8MiB extent. Format with vfat file system and mount it under /mnt/wshare. And it should auto mount after next boot.

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set file access control list

Copy the file /etc/fstab to /var/tmp. Configure the permissions of /var/tmp/fstab so that: the file /var/tmp/fstab is owned by the root user. the fille /var/tmp/fstab belongs to the group root.

the user andrew is able to read and write /var/tmp/fstab.

the file /var/tmp/fstab should not be executable by anyone. the user susan can neither write nor read /var/tmp/fstab.

all other users (current or future) have the ability to read /var/tmp/fstab.