How can I contribute to a contrib module within the context of another active site?

I am working on a new feature for a contrib module. I have created an issue and followed the new process just put in place for contributing code, as described on Creating issue forks and merge requests.

I would like to contribute to that module within the context of the site that is driving this new feature, but I am unsure of how to achieve it and still be able to test the changes introduced in the issue fork.

How can I achieve it?

App Windows – Active Password Changer Ultimate v11.0 + WinPE

(email protected) Password Changer is designed for resetting local administrators and users passwords on Windows operating system in case an Administrator’s password is forgotten or lost. You don’t need to re-install and re-configure the operating system to log into Windows. With (email protected) Password Changer you can log in as an Administrator or a particular user with a blank password.

(email protected) Password Changer also provides the ability to manage with during which days and times of the week that the user account is permitted to log on to the computer, which is useful for preventing the logging on for account you choose (or remove that kind of prohibition).

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Recovers passwords from multiple partitions
RESETS ADMIN’S/USER’S PASSWORD
Password Changer software Detects SAM (Microsoft Security Databases)
DETECTS/DISPLAYS ALL
SAM FILES
Password Changer software Displays all local users
DISPLAYS ALL INFORMATION
Password Changer software Resets User is Disabled flag
DISABLE FORCE SMART
CARD LOGIN
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ULTIMATE PACKAGE WITH
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Password Changer software and Bootable Disk Creator for Windows
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Password Changer software Can run from bootable CD or USB Flash
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Password Changer software supports for MBR/GPT
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Password Changer software: FAT, exFAT, NTFS, HFS+ file systems
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Whats new in Active Password Changer Ultimate 11 (Nov 17, 2020 )
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active directory – vsftpd Authenticating FTP server against Windows AD server not working Ubuntu

I’m trying to authenticate vsftpd on an Ubuntu server against my Active directory server. I have joined the domain successfully following this article:
https://nerdonthestreet.com/wiki?find=Authenticate+Ubuntu+19.04+against+Active+Directory
I can login normally to the linux system. I then installed vsftpd on my Ubuntu 20. Now I can access the FTP server normally using the local users, but when using AD users I get an error: “530 Login incorrect.”. Below I will add my vsftpd, pam and sssd conf, any help would be highly appreciated guys.

vsftpd.conf:

listen=NO
listen_ipv6=YES
anonymous_enable=NO
local_enable=YES
write_enable=YES
local_umask=0022
dirmessage_enable=YES
use_localtime=YES
xferlog_enable=YES
connect_from_port_20=YES
chroot_local_user=YES
allow_writeable_chroot=YES
secure_chroot_dir=/var/run/vsftpd/empty
pam_service_name=vsftpd
rsa_cert_file=/etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem
rsa_private_key_file=/etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key
ssl_enable=NO

Here are the SSD conf:

[sssd]
services = nss, pam
config_file_version = 2
domains = server.local

[nss]
entry_negative_timeout = 0
#debug_level = 5

[pam]
#debug_level = 5

[domain/server.local]
#debug_level = 10
enumerate = false
id_provider = ad
auth_provider = ad
chpass_provider = ad
access_provider = ad
dyndns_update = false
ad_hostname = client1.server.local
ad_server = dc02.server.local
ad_domain = server.local
ldap_schema = ad
ldap_id_mapping = true
fallback_homedir = /home/%u
default_shell = /bin/bash
ldap_sasl_mech = gssapi
ldap_sasl_authid = CLIENT1$
krb5_keytab = /etc/sssd/my-keytab.keytab
ldap_krb5_init_creds = true

Here are the pam common-session conf:

session [default=1]         pam_permit.so

session requisite           pam_deny.so

session required            pam_permit.so

session optional            pam_umask.so

session required    pam_unix.so
session required    pam_mkhomedir.so skel=/etc/skel/ umask=0022
session optional            pam_sss.so 
session optional    pam_systemd.so 
# end of pam-auth-update config

Thanks for taking the time in reading this.

pam – Ubuntu Vsftpd with active directory ldap but limit the authentication to the FTP service and not the system itself

I’m using SSSD and Pam along with realm to have my active directory users be able to access vsftpd server. The problem is, that the users can access the Ubuntu server itself as well, using the same credentials.
Is there any way to separate the two? Grant access to the AD users only against the FTP service and not the whole system?
I have been researching this for awhile, but coming up empty. Any help on this, would be highly appreciated guys.
Thanks

Active directory users can access vsftpd (FTP) but not the actual1 system

I’m using SSSD and Pam along with realm to have my active directory users FTP access on my Ubuntu 20 server.
The problem is, that after joining the domain, those users can login to the system itself and not just the FTP server.
I’m new to Linux, is there a way to have my domain users access the FTP server with their active directory credentials, but not have system access?
Any help would be highly appreciated on the subject!
Thanks

App Windows – Active KillDisk Ultimate v13.0.5 (x86-x64) + WinPE | NulledTeam UnderGround

KillDisk Ultimate is an easy-to use tool set that allows to sanitize storage media using more than 20 international erase methods including US DoD 5220.22 M. It erases permanently all data on Hard Disks, Solid State Drives, Memory Cards & USB disks, SCSI storage & RAID disk arrays even in parallel mode.

Ultimate version includes Windows application, separate Linux installation, Console Boot Disk (supporting Secure Erase), as well as Windows-based & Linux-based Boot Disk ISO images & universal bootable disk creator for CD/DVD/Blu-ray/USB disks. With Boot Disks you can boot up and sanitize any PC without necessity to boot computer’s Operating System first. System disk (where Windows is usually installed) can be easily sanitized this way. Powerful Command Line scripting options allow to run software in Batch Mode, providing automated operations without user interaction. Licensing policy implies no additional cost per erase!

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– 512MB+ RAM

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New: Resume Disk erase action to continue interrupted disk erase due to disk malfunction or errors
New: Digitally signed PDF certificate with optional encryption and visual signature presentation
New: Secure Erase feature for SSD drives (Linux & Console only)
Enhanced faulty disks detection and handling
Bug fixes and major performance improvement
(email protected) Boot Disk upgraded to the latest WinPE based on Windows 10 build 2004
Console updated to the latest Linux Kernel and Drivers Set
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active directory – Remote work with windows rdp

We have 20 Windows XP pc in a Windows 2003 domain controler/ActiveDirecory. In the same domain we have a Windows 2016 “large” physical server (most of the time not in use). Because we have an application that requires IE6 we have stuck with Windows XP. Due to the situation that has arisen with the COVID, users have to work from home. So the most traditional solution is remote access to the desktop. For this reason we used the VPN service of Windows 2003 domain controller to connect the user’s home pc to the corporate domain and then rdp to the desired PC. Is there a better solution? I have read that Windows 2016 has many and incredible features about remote work but I have been told that it is not possible to use it for this purpose because it is not the domain controller. Is that true?

dropdown – How can I display large amount of active organizations within the platform?

Currently when the user uses the platform is able to choose an active organization (within his organization) and which data he wants to include. The current solution indicates a narrow bar under the top navigation which informs the user regarding data included. The issue appears when the user has more than viewport width active sub-organizations / organizations.
What would be the best solution to display it?

Dropdown or maybe just pop-over on hover effect? Or maybe some other solution?

If its pop-over – the user has to “hover” to preview all included data and this can be hard to remember.

If it’s dropdown – If the bar gets to 3-4 rows I think having such a large and visually “heavy” element would feel distracting.

Any feedback/insights?
dropdown example