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Solaris 9 patch administration [Part 1]

You can expect any operating system release to contain problematic issues in a number of its programs and scripts no matter how rigorous the testing procedure. It’s possible to overcome these problems by installing patches. A patch is a group of files and directories that replace existing files and directories that are preventing proper execution of the software. Patches […]

Introduction to Solaris access control lists

When discuss about solaris security, so called Solaris access control lists (ACLs), which focusing on their purpose and structure. When file permissions aren’t enough Conventional Solaris file permissions allow you to set read, write, and execute permissions to a file for the file’s owner, group owners, and other users. In addition, you can use special […]