The scenario is that users are controlled by sssd and you want to add a user locally for those times when your connection to your password backend goes down. Useradd won't let you do it though, cause the user already exists. I figured augeas would be the perfect way to do that but I kept hitting a problem, augeas would fail.
I was trying to get my Samsung TV to play files from my Beefy miracle box and although it was able to connect, it would not show any files. It took a bit of hunting around but I found the following patch needed to be applied to get the files to display.
The latest version of skype doesn't appear to work well on RHEL6, I found the following forum http://community.skype.com/t5/Linux/Skype-for-Redhat-Enterprise-6/td-p/1... and followed the two things mentioned there to make it work.
- Download the ubuntu 10 version and extract the contents with dpkg
I wanted to be able to define nfs shares with puppet and have puppet take care of the exports line and exportfs. I found this page, but I didn't like that there was perl code thrown in the midst. I rewrote it to use an inline template instead.