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1. What is on Your Mind?
It just so happend that TUI was rejected from GNU for the moment, with one of the reasons beeing that additional user feedback was required.
So, if you like scripting, bash in specific, please have a try and report your feedback, to help me find all issues to fix, and as i... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: sea
2. What is on Your Mind?
Couldnt think of a better place than "What is on your Mind".
So me have that project https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-and-scripting/253496-tui-text-user-interface-framework-scripts.html. :b:
Eventhough i tried to describe it well in its thread and its README.md on github, i've... (15 Replies)
Discussion started by: sea
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Working with examples from a text I found online not quite getting the results I want. Hoping I could have someone look at them and give me some feedback.
Find is set to display contents of subdirectories correct? How do you repress that?
find ~ -size +9500k -mtime -7
This should display all... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: crownedzero
4. Post Here to Contact Site Administrators and Moderators
ich just uploaded a file to the forum and found that the tar.gz extension for files is not allowed... i renamend the file to *.zip but tar.gz is a common format in the unix world. is it possible to change that?
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm looking for some feedback on kshdb, what are peoples general feeling about it etc.
Also has anyone used this as a test mechanism? I am thinking about trying to wrap a basic test script around this. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: eeisken
:) hey guys..
i would really like to know how to solve this problem infact I have been racking my brains trying to configure the desktop by itself as a network with both windows and linux and epoc (psion as a databse) AND, have reached some quite fancy levels of command structure and execution... (2 Replies)
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7. News, Links, Events and Announcements
I created a new site called http://www.goodpassword.com to help users and adminstrators create good, random passwords. It also includes .htaccess encryption.
I'd be interested in feedback ie errors, improvements, additions etc.
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
i am VERY new to UNIX. just wanted some help on a feedback form that i have hosted on a unix server. the feedback form is in asp and doesnt work on unix. any other language to get it working ?? HELP !!! (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: shahenil
9. Shell Programming and Scripting
Would like to get some feedback on a scrip that I've finished writing at home for work.
Any constructive feedback from operations used to legibility, etc. would be appreciated - anything at all. It's my first real script that will be running on a clients server.
The script is... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Cameron
crypt_unix(5) Standards, Environments, and Macros crypt_unix(5)
crypt_unix - traditional UNIX crypt algorithm
The crypt_unix algorithm is the traditional UNIX crypt algorithm. It is not considered sufficiently secure for current systems and is pro-
vided for backwards compatibility. The crypt_sunmd5(5), crypt_bsdmd5(5), or crypt_bsdbf(5) algorithm should be used instead.
The algorithm identifier for policy.conf(4) is __unix__. There is no entry in crypt.conf(4) for this algorithm.
The crypt_unix algorithm is internal to libc and provides the string encoding function used by crypt(3C) when the first character of the
salt is not a "$".
This algorithm is based on a one-way encryption algorithm with variations intended (among other things) to frustrate use of hardware imple-
mentations of a key search. Only the first eight characters of the key passed to crypt() are used with this algorithm; the rest are
silently ignored. The salt is a two-character string chosen from the set [a-zA-Z0-9./]. This string is used to perturb the hashing algo-
rithm in one of 4096 different ways.
The maximum password length for crypt_unix is 8 characters.
The return value of the crypt_unix algorithm might not be portable among standard-conforming systems. See standards(5).
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
| ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE |
|MT-Level |Safe |
passwd(1), crypt(3C), crypt_genhash_impl(3C), crypt_gensalt(3C), crypt_gensalt_impl(3C), getpassphrase(3C), crypt.conf(4), passwd(4), pol-
icy.conf(4), attributes(5), crypt_bsdbf(5), crypt_bsdmd5(5), crypt_sunmd5(5), standards(5)
SunOS 5.10 6 Aug 2003 crypt_unix(5)