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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi, I am trying to switch from windows to linux.
I have been using Autohotkey scripts for some little things.
I started writing some bash scripts for NEMO browser in linux mint and I am trying to convert some of AHK scripts but as I am not a programmer. I have a hard time with regex stuff.
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Discussion started by: Bishop
Simple question: on hmc i can use lsrefcode to see led status
of panel,currently display 01 N V=F T
On aix without hmc,is possible to see actual led status of my workstation?
I don't have hmc currently
Thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Linusolaradm1
We use HMC to manage two logical partitions. LPARs don't have any problem but HMC's, itself, attention led is on. :eek: I am not sure if that's going to affect LPARs, but just wanted to be sure.... :confused:
Has anyone come across such problem on HMC?
Where can you suggest to look for logs... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: royalliege
When I import VG, it shows:
0516-622 synclvodm: Warning, cannot write lv control block data.
I found AIX V4.3 have updatelv command can recovery LVB from VG, however, updatelv is not existed on AIX 5L, which command to replace it? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: rainbow_bean
i have 2 hp-ux servers at my office with flashing system LED.
am very new to hp-ux...no much of access directly to the server.
how can i check for faults relating to this flashing of this system LED?
the DC is pretty far from my office...all i have is an ssh access into the server.... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: cromohawk
Anyone know what led code 626 means please. This is on a VIO server running vios 126.96.36.199-FP-8.1 and AIX 5.3 ML5. (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: johnf
can anybody help me when i boot up my machine the LED runs until it gets to 406coch6 and it simply stops their
noting appears on the screen...?
Is their a website that lists all the codes and their meaning
Liam (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: lodonovan
8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
While I was reading a Sun SysAdmin Guide, I came across this point...
/etc/vfstab Field Descriptions
mount at boot -
The root (/), /usr and /var file systems are not mounted from the vfstab file initially.
This field should always be set to no for these file systems and for virtual file... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: minazk