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Posted By doeboy
Semaphores with key of 0
Does anyone know how a semaphore can end up with a key value of "0"?

We have a system that had over 400 semaphores with a key value of "0" at one time. After rebooting, they don't exist anymore...
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Posted By doeboy
You can set UMASK=nnn in your /etc/defaults/ftpd...
You can set UMASK=nnn in your /etc/defaults/ftpd (On Solaris)
(You must be root to change this file/create it if it doesn't exist).

On HP-UX and AIX you can use the following command and it...
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Posted By doeboy
Try checking the file permissions on that script,...
Try checking the file permissions on that script, and changing it as necessary to have execute permissions. :)

you could do a "chmod +x mv_log.sh" and it should run.
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Posted By doeboy
The man pages for lpstat don't tell me much... ...
The man pages for lpstat don't tell me much...

I thought /etc/lp/interface contains the model scripts for the defined printers and isn't a spooling directory.

All I see in /etc/lp/interface/ is...
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Posted By doeboy
You could set another user account to be uid of...
You could set another user account to be uid of 0, but generally people don't do that. It's not a good way to do things IMHO.

Most of the time you'll want to have users login and use "su" to...
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Posted By doeboy
HP-UX lp spooling places
Does anybody know if HP-UX uses any other directories besides /var/spool/lp/request to spool print jobs? I checked the man pages, and it only mentions /var/spool/lp in general. I was just wondering...
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Posted By doeboy
You could try something like this if you don't...
You could try something like this if you don't care that each directories' contents alre all mixed together....

ls -lR | sort -bn +4 (smallest to largest)

or

ls -lR | sort -bnr +4 ...
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Posted By doeboy
It's the same, since the system() call just runs...
It's the same, since the system() call just runs whatever command is given to it, in this case, the cp command. PERL isn't really doing the copying. The cp command is.
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Posted By doeboy
You could try using the following from your home...
You could try using the following from your home directory:

find . -exec touch {} \;

:)
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Posted By doeboy
Did you make sure to issue a rewind command to...
Did you make sure to issue a rewind command to your tape drive? If you did, it is quite possible the tape is bad. It might help if you knew the exact command they used to tar the file with too. ...
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Posted By doeboy
I'm not positive, but I don't think the standard...
I'm not positive, but I don't think the standard telnet daemon has provisions for logging each and every single failed login attempt. It will however log repeated login failures. (Maybe there are...
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Posted By doeboy
You can try to run showrev -p and then grep for...
You can try to run showrev -p and then grep for the patch id number before the hyphen. That will show you that patch if it has been installed before, and what revision (the number after the hyphen)...
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Posted By doeboy
I agree, BeOS sounds like something interesting...
I agree, BeOS sounds like something interesting to try if you're looking for a new OS to play with.

BTW... is an 81 day uptime something special on MacOS? :confused: Just curious... I've known...
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Posted By doeboy
If you're a home user, most likely you don't have...
If you're a home user, most likely you don't have to use a proxy server even though some ISPs provide them. See if it allows you to pick "no proxies" or something like that.

Hotjava is not a very...
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Posted By doeboy
Try looking in the /etc directory. The file...
Try looking in the /etc directory. The file should be "defaultrouter" in one word.
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Posted By doeboy
It sounds like your system is trying to mount an...
It sounds like your system is trying to mount an NFS share from somewhere, but that share is unavailable for some reason. Look for any mount processes running on your system. That's probably what's...
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Posted By doeboy
They should work. You have to use -a or -o in...
They should work. You have to use -a or -o in between the conditions you specify. (-a for and; -o for or) For example:

find ( -atime 31 ) -a ( -name \*.log ) -exec rm -f {} \;

I'm not sure...
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Posted By doeboy
Well a network install would be like a regular...
Well a network install would be like a regular install, except that you are getting the install binaries from a machine on the network instead of reading it off a CD. Other than that, it's basically...
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Posted By doeboy
Very good point, and I agree with you. As...
Very good point, and I agree with you.

As far as support and compatibility for hardware running Solaris though, you can't really beat running Solaris on SPARC platforms IMHO. Solaris/Intel...
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Posted By doeboy
"netstat -r" on both systems will show the route...
"netstat -r" on both systems will show the route table on each machine.

Make sure both machines can ping their default routers and make sure the default route on each machine is pointing to their...
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Posted By doeboy
But his question was assuming that both PC and...
But his question was assuming that both PC and Sun were going to be running Solaris.

Also, since he said he'd be running Solaris, wouldn't it make better sense to run it on SPARC where it was...
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Posted By doeboy
From what I'm told (I asked someone I know), you...
From what I'm told (I asked someone I know), you have to have eterm for transparencies.

Happy hunting.
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Posted By doeboy
I'm not sure too, but I know you can do an...
I'm not sure too, but I know you can do an install from the Network, so maybe JumpStart is possible too. But one thing is you still have to stick the boot floppies in the PCs to boot up with...
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Posted By doeboy
If both configurations would end up running...
If both configurations would end up running Solaris 8, I'd say that SPARC would be the way to go hands down. :D

Personally, I'd get rid if IIS as well, but that's just me. :p
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Posted By doeboy
Select "Edit" -> "Add" -> "Access to Printer" ...
Select "Edit" -> "Add" -> "Access to Printer"

Then for "Printer Name" call it what you want it to be known as on the system. For "Print Server" put in the IP address of the JetDirect card (or...
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