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I am attempting to write a korn shell script that does the following, but I am getting errors. I'm new to korn shell scripting and am not sure what I am doing wrong. Please help with example scripts. Thanks.
1) check for day of the week
2) if day of the week is Monday then check for the... (4 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
is it possible to recovery a deleted file in AIX? (2 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
How can I ensure the folder that I tar and compress is good to be archive in DVD or tape? Must I uncompress and untar the file, or there is any way to tell the integerity of the compressed file before send to archive? I have bad experience on this, which the archive compressed file cold not be... (2 Replies)
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Please let me know the way to recover the files deleted from home directory by 'rm*' command .
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When I want to make a file unrecoverable, I use the following command:
foo:~$ shred -fuz filename
The problem is that I deleted many files using:
foo:~$ rm -f filename
How can I make those files unrecoverable?
Is there a command that shreds the disk free space?
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I have two NFS shares mounted on a solaris system.
share1 and share2 , both are from different NFS servers
share1 has 500GB of data
share 2 is empty. I am copying all the data from share1 to share2.
It is like migrating the data from one NFS share to another.
Is there... (8 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
the file /etc/passwd has corrupted mistakenly.actually the file has saved as "oot:0:0:root:/root/sbin/bash".
first r of root has been deleted ..
can anyone tell me how can i recover as normal user (2 Replies)
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