[axxs-sysadmin] axxs.org request for sudo, or for the services of a sudoer :)
aketus at anarchobase.com
Tue Sep 19 14:12:38 PDT 2006
I ssh in to either axxs.org or anarchobase.com as aketus and it lands me
in the anarchobase.com directory under /home/httpd/vhosts/ etc..
Someone on #oceania, possibly pabs?, gave me ssh one evening when I
needed to password protect a site or two with .htaccess
That wiki sounds cool, it would be cool to see the axxs.org website
become more interactive with things like that.
Cameron Gregg wrote:
> aketus wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm wanting to install an rss-aggregator that's built on python, on
>> Anarchobase for a temporary amount of time... call it a 'surveillance op' :)
>> Anyway I know the program (called 'rawdog') works, tried and tested on
>> my local server with success... I can't install it on Axxs.org,
>> because it appears to try to write some lib files to
>> /usr/lib/something-or-other which I don't have rights to and don't have
>> Was wondering if it were possible to either get sudo permissions or have
>> a sudoer run the install for me..
>> The install also requires the presence of a $HOME directory, one of
>> which I don't have on axxs.org so was wondering if I could also create
>> one for the operation.
>> Thanks in advance for responses
> I'm wondering how you manage to ssh into the machine and not have a home
> This brings up the question, who gets sudo? I'm inclined to think more
> sys admins the better..
> I'm also thinking a we could start a wiki to document the system with.
> So when things are installed, or changes are made, we have a place to
> review them. What do you think? Any ideas for a wiki codebase?
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