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PDF in JPG umwandeln

Posted by admin on Sep 10, 2009 in Allgemein, Work Related

Die Axt im Hause ersetz den Zimmermann!
In diesem Fall sprechen wir von ImageMagick. Unter Debian installiert man es ganz einfach mit
apt-get install imagemagick
die folgende Zeile erledigt dann die Konvertierung des PDFs in das JPG
convert -density 300 file.pdf file.jpg

Für den Parameter -density sind übliche Werte wie 72, 300, 600 ohne Problem verdaulich.

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Welpe in höchster Not

Posted by admin on Sep 8, 2009 in Allgemein, Fun

Wer stellt mich wieder auf meine Beine?

 
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Problems with vsftp and debian

Posted by admin on Sep 4, 2009 in Allgemein, Work Related

https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-users/2006-October/096075.html

´After spending the whole day tweaking and experimenting with vsftpd I
now have it setup as follows. Anonymous login, read only, with upload
enabled in one directory. I have a list of local users that can login
over SSL, and have read/write access to files in their jails. The
problem is that some of these users I want to be ftp-specific so they
don’t need valid shells. However if any of the users has the
shell /bin/false in the passwd file then when they try to login to the
ftp is says LOGIN INVALID. Please, how can I go about allowing users to
loging but without giving them valid shells?

A lot of experimenting revelaed vsftpd would only let users login that
had a home directory of /home/$user and a shell, either /bin/bash
or /bin/sh specified in /etc/passwd. I’m stumped.

On Friday 06 October 2006 19:53, Gabriel M Dragffy wrote:
> This would seem to be a bit of a small discrepency, why can’t vsftpd
> allow a user to login that has a shell of /bin/false? Pureftpd can, no
> probs, hmm.

Sorry, I should have covered that. You can add /bin/false instead
of /sbin/nologin to the list of shells in /etc/shells. We use
/sbin/nologin for compatibility across our various Redhat, Fedora,
Debian and Ubuntu systems.

–Mike Bird

From a nother Source
Make sure you have

pam_service_name=vsftpd

in your /etc/vsftpd.conf

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