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Posted By vbe
On what OS was your input file produced? Looks...
On what OS was your input file produced? Looks like MSsomething... and so I would not be surprised that "$d" contains next line char...
Try and put -CapacityGB $d at the end and see what happens......
Forum: Linux 4 Days Ago
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Posted By vbe
Greetings, and welcome! This is not a forum...
Greetings, and welcome!

This is not a forum for Hackers so if that is your purpose, it is pointless to post here, you will be banned very shortly...

You mention you are in the process of...
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Posted By vbe
Its also against our rules to have different...
Its also against our rules to have different identities to be able to post more than once the same thread
thread closed
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Posted By vbe
I doubt anyone letting open access like that to...
I doubt anyone letting open access like that to outer space from a indoor lan... sure you must have firewalls etc...

Well most of us download stuff on their PC first then from there copy to the...
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Posted By vbe
Well usually file file-name should give you a...
Well usually file file-name should give you a good start...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-18-2019
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Posted By vbe
Welcome Peasant! And well done... :cool:
Welcome Peasant!
And well done... :cool:
Forum: Programming 08-05-2019
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Posted By vbe
Welcome on board, We are missing what shell,...
Welcome on board,
We are missing what shell, language, OS and their versions you are using...
in \(select tname from tab where REGEXP_LIKE(TNAME,\'\_H$\'\))\"
From what I see above, not knowing...
Forum: AIX 05-30-2019
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Posted By vbe
IMHO it would use what it has so 7.1... You do...
IMHO it would use what it has so 7.1...
You do have a mksysb somewhere I hope? Thats would be the best deal to put all at the level of that image... then you could start all again... When you say...
Forum: AIX 05-29-2019
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Posted By vbe
altinst_rootvg is the name to the alternate...
altinst_rootvg is the name to the alternate rootvg you can boot from, as backup don't make boot disks... So not sure what results you can expect from what you done so far.

Neo gave you the man...
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Posted By vbe
I let you search as it seems to be an old...
I let you search as it seems to be an old version, but I installed more than a year ago but I forgot what for and it was a prereq for what I needed, and for this package libXft-2.3.2-1 had these...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 05-08-2019
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Posted By vbe
So the way the title is formulated has an...
So the way the title is formulated has an impact... hmmm
But asking a question, a suggestion or help in plain english doesn't mean to be verbose, you expect that in the body...

This may relaunch...
Forum: AIX 05-03-2019
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Posted By vbe
I am a bit puzzled, and at home with no AIX box...
I am a bit puzzled, and at home with no AIX box to check, I am surprised by the thread itself, if I were to deal with a machine suspicious reboot, I would start by having a look at the error...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 05-01-2019
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Posted By vbe
I feel a bit guilty because I have noticed a few...
I feel a bit guilty because I have noticed a few months ago strange behaviour and yes 404 errors quite often when just wanting to follow old posts and change room, I believed it was due to revamp...
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Posted By vbe
Do not post classroom or homework problems in the...
Do not post classroom or homework problems in the main forums. Homework and coursework questions can only be posted in this forum (https://www.unix.com/homework-coursework-questions/) under special...
Forum: AIX 04-14-2019
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Posted By vbe
Not sure I understood your request... OK.. ...
Not sure I understood your request...

OK..
So I should understand of which one is used in rootvg

This is more tricky... my question is what are you trying to achieve, depending and the answer,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 04-11-2019
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Posted By vbe
Great achievement mate, well done!
Great achievement mate, well done!
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 04-10-2019
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Posted By vbe
Ok I just tried and changed to my unix.com email...
Ok I just tried and changed to my unix.com email which sends to my BB... and it works ...
havent tried to change password as I am a bit paranoid now at work finding my PC has been reinstallled and I...
Forum: Solaris 04-07-2019
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Posted By vbe
I think I had to use a gcc v7 for it to work......
I think I had to use a gcc v7 for it to work... But wont be affirmative because the same week I compiled on the same architecture (aix) a python 3.X...
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Posted By vbe
Folders would be seen as files with execute...
Folders would be seen as files with execute perms, so the question is more are those "folder" true folders or files, because files dont necessarily need execution perms, but it gets more tricky when...
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Posted By vbe
:) If you are trying to learn what can be done...
:)
If you are trying to learn what can be done by grep ( because others would suggest use sed or awk...)
As I only have my mac laptop at the moment this is what I would do if were to use only grep:...
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Posted By vbe
Dont use view... use cat instead... but you...
Dont use view... use cat instead...
but you could also:
grep "WARNING: " datasource.log
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Posted By vbe
echo "\${var1} \${var2}" Ooops just saw your...
echo "\${var1} \${var2}"
Ooops just saw your post vgersh99...
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Posted By vbe
Well there are many options, then it depends of...
Well there are many options, then it depends of your architecture as unix command argument may differ, so for a start you should tell on what OS you are dealing with and the shell you use only we are...
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Posted By vbe
Well if you find the exact same hard disk, and...
Well if you find the exact same hard disk, and find any means to plug it onto your T70 you may use the dd utility to make an exact copy ... it works also if the disk is bigger only you loose the...
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Posted By vbe
I always thought the size of a variable was...
I always thought the size of a variable was limited by the stack size...
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