On RHEL6.x, however, the mount.cifs comes with cifs-utils package and is not included by samba-client package.
Let’s modify the 3-minute guide for creating Linux shared folder using Samba software, to allow users access public folders without prompting for password authentication.
For security’s sake, we should use public-key cryptography authentication method to automate SSH login without password. But, what can you do if the SSH server in router modem doesn’t allow you add or install public key?
How to automate SSH login using password, if the destination server (e.g. home router modem) doesn’t support public-key cryptography authentication method?
Let’s use the fprintf() function to dump debugging info to error log file!
However, not C implementation includes a command processor for executing other program.
After learning how to build DB2 external UDF in the previous post, now let’s see how to make the user-defined function writing debugging info to your own application log file (not the DB2 system log file).