I type ‘find . -type d -iname foo -delete‘ command to find the foo directories and delete them. However, I am getting an error message that read as find: cannot delete './hourly.4/data/foo': Directory not empty on Linux server. How do delete directories based on find command output on Linux or Unix-like system?
A very serious security problem has been found in the Linux kernel called “The Stack Clash.” It can be exploited by attackers to corrupt memory and execute arbitrary code. An attacker could leverage this with another vulnerability to execute arbitrary code and gain administrative/root account privileges. How do I fix this problem on Linux?
I use ansible-playbook to update my VMs and bare metal servers hosted in a remote data center. How do I tell, whether the Ubuntu Linux server requires a reboot using the command line over ssh based session?
I want to run a cron job that should run a specific shell script /home/jobs/sync.cache.sh every minute. How do I use crontab to execute script every minute on Linux or Unix-like system?
I want ALL cyberciti.biz to go to www.cyberciti.biz for SEO and other reasons. I want ALL HTTP traffic to go to HTTPS. How do I redirect all HTTP/HTTPS non-www (e.g. domain name cyberciti.biz) traffic to www (e.g. domain name www.cyberciti.biz) when using Nginx web server?
I recently ran a command ‘sed -i 's/CONFIG_1/CONFIG_OPT_2/g' /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/*.conf‘ on a Debian Linux server. However, the sed command destroyed the link and created a regular file in place of the link file. How can I prevent my ‘sed -i’ command from destroying symlinks on Linux or Unix-like system?
I want to restrict both normal users and root user inside LXD container “hypervisor” from viewing and using dmesg command output. How do I prevent non-root (unprivileged) Linux users from viewing the Linux kernel’s log buffer?