To fix the issue you can do The useradd must be run as root, so you will need sudo to specify that nginx can run your script as root. Be extremely careful with this stuff; make sure you sanitize user names and escape your command properly as well using escapeshellarg().
Find 32 bit Linux Perl Libraries to run Perl Script
hop of those help? I'm trying create a CentOS kickstart install file using this example but it requires some perl libraries. Below is the way the article suggests installing these in my 6.4 32 bit CentOS, but the libraries are 64 bit and the command doesn't work. What is the easiest way to install the needed 32 bit perl libraries so that I can run the below perl script? , You could always try:
Using Perl Win7 to write a file for Linux and having only Linux line endings
I hope this helps you . This Perl script is running on Win7, modifying a Clearcase config spec that will be read on a Linux machine. Clearcase is very fussy about its line endings, they must be precisely and only \n (0x0A) however try as I may I cannot get Perl to spit out only \n endings, they usually come out \r\n (0x0D 0x0A) , Try
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I was using the apt-get upgrade command when the battery of my laptop died. It told me to use dpkg --configure -a and I did. I also ran the commands apt-get install -f , apt-get autoremove and used apt-get upgrade again But these are the errors I am getting: , Mmmmh ... maybe try this: First: