About a decade ago, I wrote a file of emacs lisp and put it on emacswiki and forgot about it. I found recently that it has been put on GitHub. Nobody is doing anything with it as far as I can tell. At present, I know next to nothing about git but I would like to take over this file on GitHub and develop it properly. What do I need to do?
To explain my question I will give an example:
Lets say I finished developing my android app and I am ready to publish on google play. Now lets say my app uses in app purchases, so users can pay and google sends my share of the money to my bank account through wire transfer. There will come a time when the bank in my country will ask me why google is sending money to your bank account, If I told them that they are sending money because I have an app on google play store, they might ask me to prove that I own that app.
So the question is:
How do I prove to someone (example: the bank) that I own a specific app?
Is the app a thing that needs licensing and papers?
It has been a while since last using Fritzing, and I was trying to open one of the files I saved almost 2 years ago.
The iMac was purchased early 2018, and everything copied from my MacBook
I have updated my iMac to the latest Mojave release, and got strange errors.
I looked at /Applications/Fritzing.app to see what I could change and found it was owned by my daughter (who has a login on my computer)
I used chown to change this, but a few other apps were also owned by her.
I seem to have a collection of root, ian (me) and bec (even one owned by my wife). Neither of these would have installed any apps on my computer, so I don’t know why.
My question is what is the correct ownership for files in /Applications
Now that my Google account was deleted by others by mistake despite my account had the ownership of a WordPress server which is on the production even now, although I still can access the server through ssh but the GCP console, how can I transfer the ownership to another Google account?
Please help, company business page is owned by a business page in my name that I no longer have access to. How to I regain access to this page to change the ownership to the rightful owner?
I am trying to transfer a business page ownership to one of the admin’s on the page. I can no longer be the owner. It seems impossible to do. Can anyone help me? Or tell me how I can get in contact with Facebook? It seems crazy they promote Facebook advertising so much but there is no tech support team.
I have 2 google accounts. One has my search console, google analytics and similar services. The other has my gmail account.
I need to move my search console to my gmail account.
What’s the best/easiest way to do this?
Hi I am starting my Drupal 8 website, using a LAMP stack and AWS. I had tested my server and made sure php, mysql, etc are working. When I install Drupal 8 through composer it is successful, however when I check the website it gives me back a page
“Index of /
[ICO] Name Last modified Size Description
Apache/2.4.29 (Ubuntu) Server at 188.8.131.52 Port 80″
I have checked ownership, it is root:www-data. I have checked /etc/apache/site-enabled, and points to the correct folder. I would think maybe the .htaccess, but its straight from Drupal 8.
I want to use rsync to backup files from a ‘source server’ to a ‘destination server’. It appears rsync is not preserving file ownership and group membership. It is also likely I am not running the command correctly…
Source files on source server
File attributes of source.
[maintenance@tver-test maintenance]$ pwd /home/maintenance/ [maintenance@tver-test maintenance]$ ll total 4 drwxr-xr-x. 2 maintenance maintenance 6 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-01 drwxr-xr-x. 2 maintenance maintenance 6 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-02 drwxr-xr-x. 2 maintenance maintenance 6 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-19 drwxr-xr-x. 2 maintenance maintenance 6 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-20 -rwxrwxrwx. 1 maintenance maintenance 123 Mar 20 10:34 test.sh
[maintenance@tver-test ~]$ sudo rsync -avzL /home/maintenance/* /mnt/Backups/$ (date +%Y-%m-%d) sending incremental file list created directory /mnt/Backups/2019-03-27 test.sh 2019-03-01/ 2019-03-02/ 2019-03-19/ 2019-03-20/ sent 318 bytes received 101 bytes 838.00 bytes/sec total size is 123 speedup is 0.29
Files as they appear on mnt
If I read rsync man correctly, -a should include -o and -g, preserving ownership and group membership, but when I view the files on the destination, everything is root. It maintained time, why not not owner or group?
[maintenance@tver-test ~]$ cd /mnt/Backups/2019-03-27/ [maintenance@tver-test 2019-03-27]$ ll total 1024 drwxr-xr-x. 2 root root 0 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-01 drwxr-xr-x. 2 root root 0 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-02 drwxr-xr-x. 2 root root 0 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-19 drwxr-xr-x. 2 root root 0 Mar 20 10:08 2019-03-20 -rwxr-xr-x. 1 root root 123 Mar 20 10:34 test.sh
Please educate me on what I am missing! Currently guessing it has to do with -o super-user only, but I don’t know enough to be certain…
Thanks in advance!
Folder A has correct ownership and permissions on all its files/subfolders. Folder B has exact same content but with ownership and permissions messed up. Need to apply chmod/chown using Folder B as reference on everything under Folder A in a solaris machine. Its chown/chmod commands dont have “–reference” option.