bjcubsfan

Oklahoma

I like to program in Python, ANSI C, etc.

I have some responsibility in helping to manage some hefty machines. (i.e. 200TiB of disk space)

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answered send email to approximately 10,000 users in bcc using mailx
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awarded Popular Question
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asked How can I connect my docker to the internet?
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comment Octopress style not applied to new blog post
I am using Jekyll version 0.12.0, which seems to be out of date. I am not sure if Octopress is compatible with a newer version.
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awarded Scholar
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comment Octopress style not applied to new blog post
Thanks! I had a typo right at the top of the yaml front matter. I had layout: pos instead of layout: post. It seems like this should throw an error.
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accepted Octopress style not applied to new blog post
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asked Octopress style not applied to new blog post
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awarded Supporter
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awarded Tumbleweed
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awarded Scholar
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accepted What filesystem should I use for a large amount of disk space in Linux (>32TB)?
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awarded Editor
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awarded Scholar
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accepted How can I get a manually created user to show up on the log in screen?
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comment How can I get a manually created user to show up on the log in screen?
Thanks @Rinzwind. After changing the login.defs file and rebooting, I can now login.
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awarded Student
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comment How can I get a manually created user to show up on the log in screen?
I would think that would work, but it does not. I created a new user named 'bpotter' through the 'User Accounts' GUI. I could log in just fine with this on the main screen. I then logged back in to my separate administrative account and ran the usermod command you listed. sudo usermod -u 504 bpotter After doing this bpotter cannot be seen on the login screen or in the 'User Accounts' GUI.
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asked How can I get a manually created user to show up on the log in screen?
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