SCP comes by default. SFTP is an older protocol. Unless you specifically need SFTP I would just use the default SCP.
If you absolutely have to have sftp.
Run the following as root (or sudo)
#> yum install -y vsftpd
#> systemctl enable vsftpd
#> systemctl start vsftpd
Which distro are you using?
Are you running a GUI interface?
What kind of VM do you want to run?
How much total RAM do you have?
You will have to subtract whatever you give the VMs from this.
How many CPU cores do you have? Does your
It looks like you have conflicts with i686 and x86_64 (32bit and 64bit)
dnf only works on Fedora and Redhat 8, not redhat 7.
Since you have rpmfusion installed, I am assuming this is Fedora?
I would try uninstalling java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless (at least the i686 version)
what happens when you try logging in as root, and then su'ing to this user?
anything in dmesg? /var/log/messages?
What is their shell set to? Does that shell exist? Are the paths to the shell and home directory correct?
Once the partition has been re-formatted, there is not much you can do.
Sometimes professional data recovery services can get the data back, but it is very $$$
and not always 100% effective.
But any of the partitions above that end with "Microsoft basic data"
should still have your data on them.
I have used this in the past. It isn't really a web server platform, but rather a
linux replacement for Microsoft active directory. It uses Samba/ldap to manage domain user
accounts and credentials. It's great for single user sign on management.
Instead of having to worry about expired and...
Generally "audio" CD's for say a CD player (like in a car) wants the songs on the CD to be .WAV files.
If you want to put .mp3's on the CD, you just need to burn it as DATA (iso9660) disk.
mp3's wont work on all CD players, only ones that have a mp3 decoder built in. Or a...
fdisk -l (make sure you use the "dash ell" doesn't change anything or format anything.
It just shows you what you have.
Unless you did some other commands or installed Linux on a drive, you should still have everything.
The most obvious places appear to be /dev/sdc4, /dev/sdd4, and...
It looks like your USB drive is likely a 32gig drive at /dev/sde1
It looks you have a windows drive at /dev/sdc (approx 466 GB)
and you also have a windows drive at /dev/sdd (approx 466 GB)
It looks like most of your windows data in /dev/sdc4 and /dev/sdd4
Try this at a console.