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Hi all experts in linux and programming!
I want to make work the following setup:
2 usb keyboards connected to a normal x86
One keyboard working as usual in xorg, but I need that the other one doesn't send anything to xorg but instead I want to process its keystrokes with some kind of... (15 Replies)
Discussion started by: SerKan
2. IP Networking
May someone can answer this. Anytime I ignite my laptop to go online I see via etherape that I am connected to IANA as shown below. Is my provider redirecting me there, the cable under the sea, what is the reason for this?
This happened with a pretty normal desktop PC, as well with my ancient... (2 Replies)
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3. OS X (Apple)
Been a while since I've been here; I have my iMac and MBpro connected via firewire, and they can see each other when I open the finder windows.
But I'd like to be able to 'see' each computer on the other via the terminal application; and I can't see them right now. I can transfer files via the... (0 Replies)
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4. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
A question please.
Could anyone tell me how to know the connected time for a user on unix ?
I'd need to know this information for several days.
Is there a command to get it ?
Thanks in advance (9 Replies)
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5. IP Networking
Be Gentle folks, I am a baby OpenSuSe 11.2 user :-)
In windows Vista, there is a world in the systray when you are Internet connected and not just local.
I have searched all over for a .RPM for the Network Manager or another packeg in Suse that can show me the same thing or something close.
... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: donmaxwelliii
We have a environment where we have DS8K storage and ES800 storage, the way to check to which storage the box is connected is using the LUN ID I get frm " pcmpath query device " command.
75CXX - DS8K storage
26860 - ES 800 Storage
I was told to check... (4 Replies)
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7. IP Networking
On a Unix system terminal without GUI (graphical user interface) how can i check whether i am connected to a network. (1 Reply)
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I've installed a new p550 into a rack and connected it up to the HMC but the HMC cannot find it, I don't understand why it's not?
Has anyone else had this problem before?
Kees (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: KeesH
I've got a question . I really don't het this point. Let's supose that I have a client connected to a server.
I want the server IMEDIATLY know if the client is diconnected . How can I realize this ? :mad:
Amd I'm just curios about one thing. I have a server and multiple clients... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: !_30
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hello every body
Happy new year and merry christmass.
Is there a way to monitor the users who are connecting to a Solaris 2.8 Sun Spark workstation . I just need to monitor the users and the command they are usning during telnet or rsh to my workstation.
Cheers (2 Replies)
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