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Posted By bakunin
In fact this is almost correct: the dot...
In fact this is almost correct: the dot represents "extended attributes" being in place and they might come from SElinux or not. There might also be a "+" displayed which represents ACLs being in...
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Posted By Aia
Are you referring to the dot highlighted in red? ...
Are you referring to the dot highlighted in red?
That indicates that the server uses SELinux and that the file has a SELinux security context.
Most likely you are being denied by SELinux. You may...
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Posted By jlliagre
This line is missing its first field : ...
This line is missing its first field :
ALL=/usr/bin/su - root, /usr/bin/su root
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Posted By in2nix4life
The format to delete a static route is: ...
The format to delete a static route is:


route del <ip address> netmask <subnet mask> gw <gateway> <interface>
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Posted By npandith
If its on NIS, then make sure your account is...
If its on NIS, then make sure your account is actually exists on the NIS master server. If it exists, make sure /etc/passwd has sybase entry.

#getent passwd sybase
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Posted By MadeInGermany
But the ILO-NIC is not seen by the Linux kernel. ...
But the ILO-NIC is not seen by the Linux kernel.
Consult the server HW manual!
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Posted By Neo
FYI, this is a forum dedicated to unix and linux...
FYI, this is a forum dedicated to unix and linux systems.

You might not get a response when asking about mysql on windows in these forums.
Forum: Solaris 01-21-2014
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Posted By fpmurphy
Both systems reboot OK? Did you look in the...
Both systems reboot OK? Did you look in the older /var/adm/messages log files and not just the current messages file? Is crash dump enabled? If not, you should enable it if possible.
Forum: Solaris 01-21-2014
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Posted By bartus11
What kind of hardware is it? Does it have ILOM?...
What kind of hardware is it? Does it have ILOM? If it does, then you can check ILOM logs in /SP/logs/event/list (IIRC).
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Posted By DGPickett
Sounds like a bat copy script? Windows Explorer...
Sounds like a bat copy script? Windows Explorer if a whole subtree?
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Posted By verdepollo
For simple backups you can use Win7 own tool...
For simple backups you can use Win7 own tool "Backup and Restore".

You have to use "Pro" or "Ultimate" versions if you want to backup to a network drive, though.
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Posted By DGPickett
My external hard drives came with backup sw. ...
My external hard drives came with backup sw. They seem to pick their own drives, but they might accept a network destination. You might use zip, so the network traffic is compressed for speed.
...
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Posted By neutronscott
I'm not so sure. That seems like an odd error...
I'm not so sure. That seems like an odd error message. sudo alone should print a usage message. I've seen such weird things happen with improper binaries and a quick google search says Solaris 10...
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Posted By vbe
What kind of file system ? where are you? -> cd...
What kind of file system ? where are you? -> cd .. ; ls -al
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Posted By Yoda
That is really strange! Can you try changing...
That is really strange! Can you try changing directory by inode instead?

Get inode:
ls -il
918527 drwxr-xr-x 2 yoda yoda 96 Dec 3 07:28 lib
Change dir by inode:
cd $( find -inum 918527 )
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Posted By rbatte1
Well, that's confusing. How about:- ls -ld...
Well, that's confusing. How about:-
ls -ld `pwd`
I'm not sure where on Solaris (assuming that's what you are using because you are on a Sparc) the getacl command is.

As for system messages, the...
Forum: Solaris 12-02-2013
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Posted By MadeInGermany
There are an old make and old SCCS in...
There are an old make and old SCCS in /usr/ccs/bin/ (belongs to the OS package SUNWsprot)
The CSW site will provide GNU make and RCS,CVS,SVN,GIT.
Forum: Solaris 12-02-2013
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Posted By bartus11
Take a look at...
Take a look at http://www.opencsw.org/get-it/packages/
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Posted By RudiC
What editor did you use? Possibly a windows...
What editor did you use? Possibly a windows editor adding a <carriage return> character? Do you have the necessary <line feed> at the end of the line?
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Posted By bakunin
The way of writing "*/5" instead of...
The way of writing "*/5" instead of "5,10,15,20,25,30,...." is a Linux extension to the standard cron syntax. You haven't said which system you are on, but if it is not a Linux system you probably...
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Posted By Corona688
There is something in /etc/profile or ~/.profile...
There is something in /etc/profile or ~/.profile or some other login script(which file, depends on which shell) which is trying to run a perl script when you login. You need to look at these files...
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Posted By fpmurphy
May be an issue with DNS. Try netstat -an
May be an issue with DNS. Try

netstat -an
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Posted By Corona688
Without -n, it looks up every IP before it lists...
Without -n, it looks up every IP before it lists it. If there's thousands, that's thousands of DNS lookups. If some of them don't have DNS entries, that's a lot of failed DNS lookups.
Forum: Solaris 11-23-2009
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Posted By ippy98
try: dladm show-dev (you need root priv...
try:

dladm show-dev (you need root priv probably)


this is the output I get:

~> sudo dladm show-dev
hme0 link: unknown speed: 0 Mbps duplex: unknown
qfe0 ...
Forum: Solaris 08-20-2013
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Posted By achenle
You can take a snapshot of an entire pool and all...
You can take a snapshot of an entire pool and all file systems included:

zfs snapshot -r rpool@now
From "man zfs" (Solaris 11, though):
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