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Posted By rwb1959
A quick way to just get a count would be... ...
A quick way to just get a count would be...

cd to the top level directory...

do...

ls -lR | grep .html | wc -l
1,904
Posted By rwb1959
"cd" to the "folder" (directory) in which the ...
"cd" to the "folder" (directory) in which the
files are located.

do...

ls -l *.html | wc -l

...this will return the count of the number of .html files
in the current directory
5,772
Posted By rwb1959
It would be better if we could see your code...
It would be better if we could see your code (excerpts) that
setup and do the message exchange. There are some operations
in which you must interleave reads and writes but if you wrote
some sort...
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Posted By rwb1959
The file with the "~" is a backup file created...
The file with the "~" is a backup file created automatically
by vi when you make a change to the original.
Check your vi settings and turn this feature off
if you don't want it.
7,762
Posted By rwb1959
You may want to take a look at unixODBC... ...
You may want to take a look at unixODBC...
http://www.unixodbc.org/

...has lots of certified drivers for different flavors of UNIX.

You may also want to look at MyODBC......
7,762
Posted By rwb1959
We always hate the things we are unfamilar with...
We always hate the things we are unfamilar with ;)

Anyway, I don't know what your "unix tech" was talking
about with regard to text, ODBC drivers but if you have a "csv"
file, you can load it...
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Posted By rwb1959
As for the X, Y and Zmodem servers, this is ...
As for the X, Y and Zmodem servers, this is
shareware. The URL's...

http://www.omen.com/rzsz3.html
http://www.cslab.vt.edu/manuals/zmodem/sz.html

Kermit you can get from free...
...
2,377
Posted By rwb1959
This works for me... for i in $@ do echo...
This works for me...

for i in $@
do
echo $i
done
4,315
Posted By rwb1959
OK then.... As I stated in my previous reply,...
OK then....
As I stated in my previous reply, since you
are connecting via the Internet, you are
most probably using "telnet". The fact that you
are using the "HyperTerminal" teminal emulation...
3,076
Posted By rwb1959
It has been my experience, that true "shell...
It has been my experience, that true "shell programming"
is in fact "programming". I have seen, used and even written
some very complex and highly functional shell programs.

There are some...
1,484
Posted By rwb1959
Actually, it is NOT "\n" in Windows. The OS...
Actually, it is NOT "\n" in Windows. The OS actually
converts text files to represent end-of-line as "\r\n" (CR-LF) when
stored to disk. UNIX however has no such "oddities".
UNIX text files use...
2,140
Posted By rwb1959
The problem is not with make. The problem is...
The problem is not with make.
The problem is that make cannot find the "ar" command
to create the library archive "libos.a"

You need to verify that you do infact have this command
executable...
4,315
Posted By rwb1959
OK... now I'm confused :confused: You...
OK... now I'm confused :confused:

You initially said you can connect via the Internet to your
UNIX workstation from your NT PC. You now state you are
"hardwired" which to me means your UNIX...
Forum: Programming 03-21-2002
1,920
Posted By rwb1959
I believe that when you are "setting" a...
I believe that when you are "setting" a semaphore,
the argument (4th parameter in semctl() ) needs to be
a union...

union semun {
int val;
struct semid_ds *buf;
...
3,503
Posted By rwb1959
My mistake ... :eek: I just copied your...
My mistake ... :eek:

I just copied your "cp" command...

It should just be...

cp /mnt/mytext.tar /tmp/mytext.tar

Since the floppy is mounted on /mnt,
if you were to "cd" to /mnt then do...
2,790
Posted By rwb1959
Imay not be clear on what you are asking but ...
Imay not be clear on what you are asking but
you place your invocation command and all other specifications
(such as the filename of the program and any options or
switches) into an executable...
4,315
Posted By rwb1959
If telnet (with HyperTerminal) from the NT to...
If telnet (with HyperTerminal) from the NT to UNIX is allowed,
My I suggest you work with the NT admin. to set up SSH (along
with SCP)? This will allow SECURE terminal access as well as file...
3,503
Posted By rwb1959
First mount the floppy... mount floppy:...
First mount the floppy...

mount floppy: mount /dev/fd0 /mnt
...or...
mount DOS floppy: mount -t msdos /dev/fd0 /mnt


...next copy the file...

cp /mnt/rfd0/mytext.tar /tmp/mytext.tar
...
4
su
4,556
Posted By rwb1959
You should see a file called /var/log/secure ...
You should see a file called
/var/log/secure

In it you will find entries like...
Mar 15 13:08:24 myhost PAM_pwdb[13235]: (su) session opened for user root by jsmith(uid=0)
4
su
4,556
Posted By rwb1959
You didn't mention what "flavor" of UNIX. ...
You didn't mention what "flavor" of UNIX.
Different UNIX systems utilize log files in different locations and with different names.
The log file structure on Solaris 7 is...

All successful and...
2,991
Posted By rwb1959
Hi TRUEST, The link I gave you is the main...
Hi TRUEST,

The link I gave you is the main page.
If you look at...
http://www.gnupg.org/gph/en/manual.html
...you will find more than you need to know
about GPG. As Neo states, "you have a...
2,991
Posted By rwb1959
I think you'll prefer GPG Gnu Privacy Guard....
I think you'll prefer GPG
Gnu Privacy Guard. This is a GNU version
of PGP encrytion software. Works very well.
http://www.gnupg.org/
4,762
Posted By rwb1959
Here's a link that may help. It gives you a...
Here's a link that may help.
It gives you a "checklist" of things to
look for and possibly correct.

http://www.cop.vt.edu/unix/aix.security.html
1,692
Posted By rwb1959
For your first question, I would use a simple...
For your first question, I would use a
simple shell script; not an alias.

Your second question, use "man -P cat ..."
which would change the "man" pager to the "cat"
command.

Your third...
Forum: Programming 03-08-2002
87,368
Posted By rwb1959
This paper may help give you some more insights...
This paper may help give you some more
insights into daemon process programming...

Link below does not work after all these years.
http://skywalker.mis.boun.edu.tr/~karakas/daemon.php
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