idmapd for NFSv4 doesn’t do what you think it does

After wasting a lot of time trying to remap UIDs for an NFS mount using idmapd, I came across this article. In summary: “The problems start when we want to access the file contents or modify a file/directory and suddenly we get ‘permission denied’ type messages. Now NFS itself doesn’t do the security authentication but …

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Rooting your Gemini PDA

I recently got a Gemini PDA (WiFi). To run rooted Android and Linux (dual boot) I did the following: Followed the details here. Downloaded & unzipped Windows Flashing Tool Downloaded & installed Windows Drivers Chose my Partition setup here then downloaded Scatter File Base Firmware (ie Android) Linux Firmware Unzipped both firmwares into a dir …

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