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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting AWK problem Post 15211 by LivinFree on Tuesday 12th of February 2002 04:27:06 AM
Old 02-12-2002
One of the things I noticed in that assignment was this:
Quote:
Plagiarism
~~~~~~~~~~
This is NOT a group assignment it is an individual one. So when you
submit something, you are claiming that it is all your own work; if it
isn't, you are cheating.

Unix makes it ridiculously easy to detect cheating. Please don't
embarrass me or yourselves by trying it.

Anyway, the exam will contain questions which you will only be able to
answer if you did the assignment yourself. You should regard the
assignment as a good opportunity to learn lots about Unix.
Thank you, clar2242. This does look suspiciously similar.

jeffersno1, please look here:
https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?threadid=79&s=
Look at number 6.
 

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qmail-users(5)							File Formats Manual						    qmail-users(5)

NAME
qmail-users - assign mail addresses to users OVERVIEW
The file /var/lib/qmail/users/assign assigns addresses to users. For example, =joe.shmoe:joe:503:78:/home/joe::: says that mail for joe.shmoe should be delivered to user joe, with uid 503 and gid 78, as specified by /home/joe/.qmail. Assignments fed to qmail-newu will be used by qmail-lspawn to control qmail-local's deliveries. See qmail-newu(8). A change to /var/lib/qmail/users/assign will have no effect until qmail-newu is run. STRUCTURE
/var/lib/qmail/users/assign is a series of assignments, one per line. It ends with a line containing a single dot. Lines must not contain NUL. SIMPLE ASSIGNMENTS
A simple assignment is a line of the form =local:user:uid:gid:homedir:dash:ext: Here local is an address; user, uid, and gid are the account name, uid, and gid of the user in charge of local; and messages to local will be controlled by homedir/.qmaildashext. If there are several assignments for the same local address, qmail-lspawn will use the first one. local is interpreted without regard to case. WILDCARD ASSIGNMENTS
A wildcard assignment is a line of the form +loc:user:uid:gid:homedir:dash:pre: This assignment applies to any address beginning with loc, including loc itself. It means the same as =locext:user:uid:gid:homedir:dash:preext: for every string ext. A more specific wildcard assignment overrides a less specific assignment, and a simple assignment overrides any wildcard assignment. For example: +:alias:7790:2108:/var/lib/qmail/alias:-:: +joe-:joe:507:100:/home/joe:-:: =joe:joe:507:100:/home/joe::: The address joe is handled by the third line; the address joe-direct is handled by the second line; the address bill is handled by the first line. SEE ALSO
qmail-pw2u(8), qmail-newu(8), qmail-lspawn(8) qmail-users(5)

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