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A rootkit is the nastiest piece of malware you can have on your system and basically they're mostly self-hiding toolkits used by blackhats, crackers and scriptkiddies, to avoid the prying eyes of the sysadmin. So it also takes a lot of skill to detect these and rootkit removal is always done through re-install. In the README of Rkhunter, it is clearly ...
The tutorial step 2 asked to create a new user: hduser. So if you decided to adopt this username for the Hadoop user, the path of start-all.sh should be: cd /home/hduser/hadoop/bin/ start-all.sh Or if installed system-wide: /usr/lib/hadoop/bin/
RUN_DAILY If "yes" it runs daily automatically, it "no" you need to run it manually. Als have a look at /etc/cron.daily/chkrootkit. Here you can add something like it sending the report to an e-mail address. RUN_DAILY_OPTS These are options you can include. -q means quiet so it does not print anything on screen when running. DIFF_MODE If this is ...
Please (after you created the backup copy) edit your /etc/network/interfaces file to the following state by adding the last three lines: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp pre-up iwconfig wlan0 rate 1M I am not sure if this works as I can't try it out here. Maybe you will lose your wlan0 connection because I missed some ...
install: "system-config-printer" e.g: sudo apt-get install system-config-printer run at the command line: user@hostname$ system-config-printer #no sudo was needed It gives you a GUI widget. Right click, and rename away. Using LTS 12.04, no restart was needed.
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