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The history command: See other users command history
Can anyone tell this:

If two users are logged into the same server from different locations. Is there a way to see the history command of the other user? I tried the history command, but it is...
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Good afternoon

Can anyone explain traceroutes to me and when it would be necessary/what situations would call one to use it?
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Hi It did help. Thank you very much.

It did help. Thank you very much.
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Kill process
Hi can you tell me what is the syntax to kill a process?
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UNIX/solaris training
I am new to UNIX and somewhat familiar with Solaris. Can you suggest any good (simple English) books that can help me with understanding and learning UNIX?
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You can ignore the second part of my question. ...
You can ignore the second part of my question. It does not relate. It was a separate
question. I am new to this forum and was not sure how to post a new question.

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fatal: Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer
I get this error when I log in through console:
"fatal: Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer".

Can you tell me what this is and why it happens, and how to stop it? Thank you.
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Thank you J. Mcnamara.
Thank you J. Mcnamara.
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sh: sudo: not found
As I am trying to log in, when input my user-name (root), when the password prompt, this is what I got (highlighted in red), before i can put in my password. Please tell my why this happened.

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Log in as root and it errors out

I tried to log in as root, through console access, and this is what I got.
[root@hostname] >root
ksh: root: not found

Can you tell me why I got this and what causes it.

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What exactly do you mean when you say "input...
What exactly do you mean when you say "input file" being too big? Can you give me an example of input file?

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/usr/lib/acct/fwtmp: no response back
I tried to run the command " /usr/lib/acct/fwtmp", the curser just sat there. I looked at the file (ls -al), which was very small and should not have hanged. Can anyone tell me why this happened?
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