#6 wrong disk quota settings

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Jamie Cameron
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2001-04-12
2001-04-09
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I can't set the disk quotas for users or groups.
I'm using RedHat Wolverine with quota-3.00-4.i386.rpm.
Everything works fine if i replace the package by
quota-2.00pre3-7.i386.rpm,
.

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  • Jamie Cameron
    Jamie Cameron
    2001-04-10

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    I can't even get quotas to work at all on wolverine, so
    debugging this
    is not so simple .. The error I get is 'invalid argument' -
    any ideas?

     
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    The quota package that came with Wolverine doesn't work.
    You must update it with quota-3.00-4.i386.rpm, you can find
    it at the following address.
    ftp://ftp.redhat.com/redhat/linux/rawhide/i386/RedHat/RPMS/
    They change the quota files, you must convert the user and
    the group file.
    I try to set a group quota using edquota, but it doesn't
    works. When i use the setquota it works fine.
    Please let me know if you find the problem. I'm new in
    linux, and i want to use the latest packages.

     
  • Jamie Cameron
    Jamie Cameron
    2001-04-12

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  • Jamie Cameron
    Jamie Cameron
    2001-04-12

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    I've updated the quotas module to better support this new
    style
    of linux quotas, and attached the new module to this bug
    report. You can
    also get it from :
    http://www.webmin.com/webmin/updates/quota-0.85-1.wbm.gz

     
  • Jamie Cameron
    Jamie Cameron
    2001-04-12

     
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