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1. What is on Your Mind?
We have asked UNIX.com users over the years what is their favorite editor and why. Here is the top three answers.
Here is a new YT video on this question:
What Editor Does Everyone Use?
Of course, vi was the overwhelming favorite.
1080 HD... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Neo
2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a folder called "log" which has a few sub-folders say "fda" "fd7" "fdd" "fd6 .... "
I wish to fire the below command inside each subfolder starting with the folder with the latest time stamp.
grep "$greptime.*exit" Prod.$(hostname).log | grep $fdrdate_new
If the seach did not yield... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: mohtashims
3. Red Hat
I need to mount a replicated nfs4 export on a number of AIX and Redhat hosts. To get the failover on the clients working smoothly, I need to change certain values on the AIX boxes like nfs_v4_fail_over_timeout, timeo and retrans values. Since I have no clue about Linux, I am not quite sure... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: zxmaus
I am used to configuring DHCP on Solaris and foreach subnet added I place a corresponding entry in /etc/netmasks. I am now looking at configuring DHCP on linux, is there an equivalnet entry required somewhere or is this not needed in linux
Thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: eeisken
I moved to a Linux system from Windows a few months ago. Most of the programs I had been using were already native to Linux (Firefox, the GIMP, Pari, etc.) and most others I found a close enough program (Crimson Editor -> gedit, Visual Studio -> KDevelop, Primo -> Morain's ECPP).
Now I'm down... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: CRGreathouse
6. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
In IBM Mainframe they have something called ACF2 rule which is essentially used to control the dataset access. It is kind of a list-based access control for mainframe datasets.
Is there anything equivalent to ACF2 available in Unix ?
Rabi (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: indra_saha
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am preparing for a worst case scenario. Say i have a production server A, should A fails ( for whatever reason), i want another server B to take over. How can i move everything from A to B? Assuming i have regular backup of A.
I've searched in the forums, and briefly came across... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: new2ss
In my Unix system a program exists called "daemon2" which is responsible to enqueue program executions. For example, if I want to make the system to enqueue lpr executions for certain users, I call daemon2 with lpr as the parameter.
Is there an equivalent in Linux?
Jaime (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: jstuardo