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Installing pam_pwdfile.so for CentOS 6.5

I was working on getting vsftpd set up with some virtual users and wanted to use an Apache-style users file to manage the virtual users. I found a number of guides that showed how to configure things, but couldn't get it working. After much debugging, I realized the problem was that CentOS doesn't install the pam_pwdfile.so module by default.

So, before you can use a pwdfile with vsftpd, you will need to install the pam_pwdfile.so module. Here are the install directions I used:

  1. From your CentOS command prompt, type:

    cd /tmp
  2. Download the RPM package for pam_pwdfile.so:

    curl -O http://springdale.math.ias.edu/data/puias/unsupported/6/x86_64/pam_pwdfile-0.99-1.puias6.x86_64.rpm
  3. Compile the code with RPM:

    rpm -Uvh pam_pwdfile-0.99-1.puias6.x86_64.rpm
  4. Verify the module has been compiled:

    ls -l /lib64/security/pam_p*

After you have installed the module, make sure to restart any services that you might be dependent on the PAM.


(Fri, 24 Oct 2014 14:00:12 GMT)
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You Cannot Link Attribute Interpolation Multiple Times In AngularJS
Ben Nadel looks at the how different methods of interpolation behave when compiled HTML templates are re-linked in different contexts in AngularJS....
(Fri, 24 Oct 2014 04:00:16 GMT)
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Would you install a ColdFusion hotfix/updater/patch without testing?
G'day:
First things first, this is my position (and the one I believe anyone who's not a lunatic should have): "bloody hell no, are you insane?"

But I polled the community yesterday, via Twitter:



Here is some feedback that I got:



(Apologies that it's listed in reversed-from-common-sense order: Twitter seems to think we all start reading from the last page of the book and work towards the front, and gives me no control over that).

Pleasingly, most people seem to be of the same opinion as me.

You should never apply a ColdFusion patch (or any other sort of patch, for that matter) to a production server before testing it. Especially in the case of Adobe whose QA is known to be a bit flaky: basically they treat their early adopters as their testers.

If you are in a professional situation, you should have a test environment, or at least an environment you can - when needs must - co-opt for testing. This should - as best as possible - mirror your live environment. If you do not: you are not conducting yourself professionally, IMO.

If for whatever reason you cannot test a patch before applying it, pay careful attention to the community and observe any issues they have reported. As well as observing, also actively asked the community if anyone's had any issues with a given fix. Under no circumstances should you be an "early adopter" in this situation. That would be irresponsible of you.

If it's your own site (your own personal site, not just the company you work for), then do what you want, obviously. But I'd still err on the side of caution when installing updates.

In case you're wondering: my position on Railo updates would be exactly the same.

Anyone else got an opinion to offer, or a case to make?

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Adam
(Fri, 24 Oct 2014 03:24:41 GMT)
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(Thu, 23 Oct 2014 18:00:16 GMT)
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Side-by-side Configuration Error installing CF 11 on Win2008r2
One of my colleagues, Chris Tierney, was installing a pristine copy of ColdFusion 11 on a Windows 2008 server. He followed our standard protocol which is to install the server using the "built in" Web server, then create instances (we typically us...
(Thu, 23 Oct 2014 18:00:10 GMT)
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Migrating from ColdFusion 9 to Railo 4.2
First in a probable series on issues encountered and changes needed when migrating apps from Adobe ColdFusion to Railo.
(Thu, 23 Oct 2014 12:00:12 GMT)
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cf10/ MAMP & OSX Yosemite

Just a reminder, installing OSX Yosemite will nuke your java install. Re-download from here. You’ll probably need to restart coldfusion from terminal when in /Applications/coldfusion10/cfusion/bin using ./coldfusion start Also, if you’re running it through MAMP, then you’ll need to do this silly workaround if apache doesn’t start: rename “envars” to “_envars” in /Applications/MAMP/Library/bin. Then restart […]

The post cf10/ MAMP & OSX Yosemite appeared first on OxAlto Design.


(Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:23:16 GMT)
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Simple Ajax requests with cfWheels and jQuery

Someone asked me via email today – I would like to know how to include a Partial dynamically based on a link/button click; Well, I thought I’d rustle up the simplest way of doing this I could think of. This example has three parts to it: an Ajax.cfc controller, an index.cfm file and a _time.cfm partial. […]

The post Simple Ajax requests with cfWheels and jQuery appeared first on OxAlto Design.


(Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:23:16 GMT)
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Quick report from SOTR2014

A quick report from SOTR2014: A massive thanks to Fuzzy Orange for putting on a fantastic conference; the food, organisation, timings, coffee etc were perfect. Special hats off to Andy Allan for taking quite so much general abuse over the last two days. Some great talks from Matt Gifford (on Grunt & Gulp), Kitt Hodsdsen (automation […]

The post Quick report from SOTR2014 appeared first on OxAlto Design.


(Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:23:16 GMT)
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GridManager.js 0.2.1 released

Yes, yes, I know, rather quick after the last one. But this has some much cooler features which I didn’t want to hold back! Now with resizeable columns, better sorting, fluid row support, better source code view, better RTE handling and some GUI improvements. Demo | Docs | GitHub Repo

The post GridManager.js 0.2.1 released appeared first on OxAlto Design.


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