I'd like to know if it's possible to run Windows "inside" a Linux-like OS similar to how you can run Linux in Windows, rather than dual-booting them both. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I want to do some serious parallel computing which Windows isn't even capable of at the moment... But I'd also like to do *everything* Windows can do, not that I'm in love with Windows or anything. I hope one of you guys know the answer to this. Thanks.
I am new at Unix/Bourne shell scripting and with my youngest experiences, I will not become very old with it :o
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I'm trying to run a script " abc.sh" which triggers "use.sh" .
abc.sh is nothing but a "expect" script which provides username and password automatically to the use.sh script.
Please find below the scripts:
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I have small script written in korn shell. When it is called from different script, its dumping core, but no core dump when we run it standalone.
And its not dumping core if we run the script using "/bin/sh" instead of "ksh"
Can some body please help me how to resolve this issue.
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