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3,797
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Thanks. The problem is gcc fails to compile when...
Thanks. The problem is gcc fails to compile when : is in the LIBRARY_PATH and I reley heavily on automatic compilation tools.
3,797
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Append to PATH in smart way.
The most common problem append to $PATH-like environment variables is:

export PATH=$PATH:/new/path/to/bin

The problem is if the PATH is empty you end up with:

:/new/path/to/bin

Is there...
6,459
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
There is no filesystem layout beside that...
There is no filesystem layout beside that Makefile. It downloads everything.

I've found the root of the problem with little help from here Unable to preserve hard links. Why? - Super User...
6,459
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Oh /dev/full. This thread is not any help because...
Oh /dev/full. This thread is not any help because everybody thinks that I've did something plainly stupid. I'm feeling like I've just called an IT support. :D

Please, before posting anything stop...
6,459
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
I have three methods that should work. Non of...
I have three methods that should work. Non of them is. I've just rerun the whole script from the scratch with tar method enabled and it does work as I want except preserving the hardlinks.


$ ls...
6,459
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Guys, I know how it should work, but it ain't...
Guys, I know how it should work, but it ain't happening. Possibly due to the fact that the source filesystem is RO cloop device based.

You may want to copy a Makefile, run make changes yourself...
6,459
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Unable to preserve hard links. Why?
Hi,

I'm trying to create a Makefile that would automate remastering Knoppix distribution.

As a part of the process I am mounting using linux cloop device a compressed filesystem and copy the...
Forum: Solaris 02-09-2010
5,019
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Post deleted. Sorry.
Post deleted. Sorry.
1,369
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Have you identifie the botleneck already? Is the...
Have you identifie the botleneck already? Is the CPU used for 100%? Where is the backup stored? On a separate disk?
1,591
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Well. You will have a cronjob that will sync two...
Well. You will have a cronjob that will sync two folders using rsync ... .

You can write a timestamp of each file to some temporary place. Or sha256 hashes. Next round you compare this and if this...
1,591
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Can't you just rsync everything with cronjob?
Can't you just rsync everything with cronjob?
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 02-03-2010
19,896
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
I don't get this. I can't see the way...
I don't get this.

I can't see the way actually that the server could prevent the client from saving a password. If you use password and it's the same password each time I can't see a way to know...
8,313
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
It is indeed. :)
It is indeed. :)
4,063
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
if [ -z "`echo "$VARIABLE" | tr -d '\n'`" ]; then...
if [ -z "`echo "$VARIABLE" | tr -d '\n'`" ]; then
...
fi


Is this what you mean?
8,313
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Well. Makes sense. However I wouldn't create any...
Well. Makes sense. However I wouldn't create any security mechanisms based on the timestamps of the files. The file for which you've given someone write permission can't be trusted, period. I now...
1,716
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Put everything in quotes. "" is a blank.
Put everything in quotes. "" is a blank.
8,313
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
I understand chmod and chown rules. However I...
I understand chmod and chown rules. However I can't find a reason for requiring ownership for modifing a timestamp. I'd be happy to see one.
2,732
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Just use it with or without exclamation mark....
Just use it with or without exclamation mark. It's just a negation.
8,313
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
For the rest of the filesystem operations you...
For the rest of the filesystem operations you have to have write permissions only. You don't have to be the owner. I don't quite see the reason why modifying a timestamp is diffrent.
8,313
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
"Also"? So you have to be both owner and have...
"Also"? So you have to be both owner and have write permissions? This seems ... a wrong design.
3,279
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Please correct my if I'm wrong, but you've posted...
Please correct my if I'm wrong, but you've posted a screenshot, pasted in a Microsoft Office document on a Unix forum?!
3,279
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
There is something that you forgot to close...
There is something that you forgot to close (matching bracket, if/then/fi, while/do etc.).

Use a "bash -x" or "sh -x" to diagnose how exactly is your program running and use a good text editor...
8,717
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Depending on the fractional resolution you...
Depending on the fractional resolution you require you can scale up all the numbers and use the fixed-point arithmetics. Other than this - it's not possible to have FP in shell as FP instructions are...
4,106
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
Strange. It work for me. Can you describe me...
Strange. It work for me.

Can you describe me what are the results? Any output printed maybe? Have any file changed? Can you see if timestamps for the files are being uploaded?
8,313
Posted By dpc.ucore.info
TonyFullerMalv is right. You should be able to do...
TonyFullerMalv is right. You should be able to do so. Try touching non-existing file in the same dir first. This have to work as well. I can't see any other reason for this not working other than...
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