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Perl run system command
Can perl execute a system command similar to the C function System()?

Thanks.

Gregg
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Perl running C code
Ok, I am thinking about developing a small little web app to help teach C to people. So you can type some C code into a text area, then a CGI Perl script or something similar would compile the code,...
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Posted By gdboling
PERL Online Resources
Could someone suggest some good on-line PERL resources? tutorials and References?

Thanks.

Gregg
4,161
Posted By gdboling
Nevermind, I just found the Net::Ping. Thanks...
Nevermind, I just found the Net::Ping. Thanks anyway :D
4,161
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Perl Ping Determine Success or Fail
I know how to ping in Perl. That is easy. What I am wondering is if there is a way for Perl to determine whether the ping was successful or not. Or do I need to save the results out and parse the...
3,319
Posted By gdboling
Normal user access to files/folders
I was wondering if there is a way to give my regular user on Linux right to the /var/www/html folder and files therin without going into SU mode every time.

Thanks.

Gregg
7,833
Posted By gdboling
User Privileges
I have used several Linux Flavors and now I need to know something. I have the ROOT user and then I have my personal user. What I need to do is for my normal user to be able to write files to...
Forum: IP Networking 05-31-2002
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Internet Sharing with SUSE 7.3
I have a home network connected to a cable modem. I would like to use my SUSE 7.3 as a proxy. My layout is this.

all computers connected to a hub.
SUSE has 2 nics. 1 for cable modem(eth0, one...
Forum: IP Networking 05-05-2002
2,577
Posted By gdboling
Well, I am not literally trying to forge mail. ...
Well, I am not literally trying to forge mail. What I am trying to do is send E-mail from Linux. And my Web Host Provider does NOT provide an SMTP outgoing mail server. They only cost $12 a year...
Forum: IP Networking 05-05-2002
2,577
Posted By gdboling
Sendmail
I have an interesting situation. So bare with me and here goes:

I have a Windows XP box that connects to the internet through a Dial-Up connection. I have a SUSE 7.3 Linux box that is networked...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 04-28-2002
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Posted By gdboling
Run Linux from CD
Does anyone know of any good links, or have any knowledge of how to run Linux from a CD. If at all possible I would like to install Mandrake 8.1 onto a CD and run it strickly from the CD.

If...
Forum: Cybersecurity 04-22-2002
54,020
Posted By gdboling
I can access my webserver just fine. It's just...
I can access my webserver just fine. It's just accessing the database through an applet is not working. And I think it has something more to do with Apache and less to do with Linux.
2,753
Posted By gdboling
That's great! Thanks a bunhc. I actually tried...
That's great! Thanks a bunhc. I actually tried putting it in the rc.local file and it worked. Are there any advantages/disadvantages over using rc.d or rc.local?
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Startup File
I am running Mandrake 8.1 and am wondering what file Linux uses to start services. Such as MySQLD and Apache. I need to add a program to this startup file so that it loads when linux loads.
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Forum: Cybersecurity 04-12-2002
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Open Port 3306 for MySQL connection
I am needing to "un-block" port 3306 so that I can access MySQL from another PC.

When I installed Mandrake 8.1, I set the security level to high because it is going to be a web server. I...
2,846
Posted By gdboling
Unix GUI rendering
Does anyone know why Fonts and most Graphics in KDE and Gnome are rendered rather badly. There are some text editors in KDE where the font is just horrible as far as legible.

Any links or...
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Thanks
WOW!! Thanks a lot. That helps me out a lot.
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Unix/Linux Directory Structure
Does anyone know of a good Internet source that explains the directory structure of Unix/Linux??

Thanks

Gregg
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