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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
System : opensuse leap 42.3
I have a bash script that build a text file.
I would like the last command doing :
print_cmd -o page-left=43 -o page-right=22 -o page-top=28 -o page-bottom=43 -o font=LatinModernMono12:regular:9 some_file.txt
print_cmd ::= some printing... (1 Reply)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
How to use "mailx" command to do e-mail reading the input file containing email address, where column 1 has name and column 2 containing “To” e-mail address
and column 3 contains “cc” e-mail address to include with same email.
Sample input file, email.txt
Below is an sample code where... (2 Replies)
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I have line in input file as below:
My expected output for line in the file must be :
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I hope this is simple... (I tried looking for help in the Shell Programming and Scripting thread, but got no responses.)
I have a TCL script which has several checkboxes. Is there a way to have one of the checkboxes serve as a "select all" and select/deselect all of the other boxes?
Can you... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: scottwevans
I hope thi sis simple...
I have a TCL script which has several checkboxes. Is there a way to have one of the checkboxes be a "select all" and select/deselect all of the other boxes?
Can you show me a mini-sample?
Thanks... Scott E. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: scottwevans
7. IP Networking
In one of Sun docs I found that a new option, -I, is added to the snoop command.This option specifies for the command to use the new IP layer devices instead of the underlying link-layer device to display traffic data. it is used to enhance IP observability.
But in Solaris 10 with release verstion... (0 Replies)
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qmail-lspawn(8) System Manager's Manual qmail-lspawn(8)
qmail-lspawn - schedule local deliveries
qmail-lspawn reads a series of local delivery commands from descriptor 0, invokes qmail-local to perform the deliveries, and prints the
results to descriptor 1. It passes defaultdelivery to qmail-local as the default delivery instruction.
qmail-lspawn invokes qmail-local asynchronously, so the results may not be in the same order as the commands.
For each recipient address, qmail-lspawn finds out which local user controls that address. It first checks the qmail-users mechanism; if
the address is not listed there, it invokes qmail-getpw. qmail-lspawn then runs qmail-local under the user's uid and gid. It does not set
up any supplementary groups.
qmail-lspawn treats an empty mailbox name as a trash address.
envelopes(5), qmail-users(5), qmail-getpw(8), qmail-send(8), qmail-local(8)