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Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-29-2005
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Look man, to be honest, you are better off...
Look man, to be honest, you are better off learning the operating system. Once you do that, if you want to have aliases to move to the /usr/bin/ directory, then fine. Until then, you are better off...
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Perform a move of the files, rename them...
Perform a move of the files, rename them prefixing them with a "." (period). Files prefixed with a "." are hidden.
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Posted By google
Welcome. Please see the FAQ...
Welcome. Please see the FAQ (https://www.unix.com/forumdisplay.php?f=24) section. This section has plenty of technical and non-technical information to get you started.
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You can take this a step further by using a check...
You can take this a step further by using a check sum. Say you have 5 or 10 required flags, you could accomplish this by keeping track of those arguments you have already processed by using a...
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Posted By google
Boot the machine into DOS mode, do not go into...
Boot the machine into DOS mode, do not go into DOS from Windows. (I know you cant get into Windows but just thought I would reiterate this for those who stumble onto this in the future).

Anyway,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-11-2005
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Posted By google
Yikes! - Not sure that I would stray too far off...
Yikes! - Not sure that I would stray too far off the path given the family history...

[Cant help but ask --> Is the story true? and what happened to your parents? Jail?] Wow.
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Posted By google
Try Suse Linux. Its similar and easy to use.
Try Suse Linux. Its similar and easy to use.
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Posted By google
You have come to the right place. Search the...
You have come to the right place. Search the forums for FTP. The problem you posted is a very common set of tasks. More than likely you will find most of the code to do all of that in these forums. ...
Forum: AIX 07-05-2005
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Posted By google
See this thread...
See this thread (https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=19607&highlight=pingnodes)
1,609
Posted By google
As you might have guessed, the answer to this...
As you might have guessed, the answer to this question depends on what you need accomplished.

Perl is ubiquitous these days - plus it runs on a variety of platforms
Korn Shell is powerful
Python...
7,994
Posted By google
Use a HERE document. Search the forum for Oracle...
Use a HERE document. Search the forum for Oracle or HERE document to find several other examples.


$ORACLE_HOME/bin/sqlplus -s <<SQLPLUS > oracle.log
$DB_id/$DB_pswd@$DB_server
select...
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Posted By google
$? holds the exit status of the last command...
$? holds the exit status of the last command executed. Return will exit a function with a status of x (assuming you exit the function using return x). If x is not supplied, return will return the...
4,763
Posted By google
Try a tool like partition magic instead of...
Try a tool like partition magic instead of waiting for Windows to prompt you. The Windows format utility (in my experience) is not that great.
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Posted By google
Please post the OS you are using. Also, please...
Please post the OS you are using. Also, please post the grep statement that you are attempting to run. Finally, define "a lot of output". What exactly are you trying to do?
1,382
Posted By google
there is a command called reset that will fix...
there is a command called reset that will fix this. Works on most terminals. Also, here is a thread (https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=13767&highlight=reset+terminal) that discusses this topic.
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Posted By google
Can multiple files be loaded at a single time?...
Can multiple files be loaded at a single time? That is, can a user kick off 1 process, and at the same time, another user kick off a different process?

Add a different file extension (.loaded or...
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Posted By google
the command that you gave chmod 777 * will set...
the command that you gave chmod 777 * will set the permissions to all files and directories that reside in the path in which you execute the command, to read, write, execute for the owner, the owners...
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first thing to do is find out what core dumped....
first thing to do is find out what core dumped. Was it telnet or something else? Your troubleshooting starts there. If you have the core file, and you are skilled in debugging/viewing core files (or...
3,342
Posted By google
Not commercial but free. You can do some handy...
Not commercial but free. You can do some handy debugging by using set command in your script with a flag or two. See man set.


set -n Read commands and check them for syntax errors, but do not...
1,174
Posted By google
Try the Hummingbird Support Site...
Try the Hummingbird Support Site (http://www.hummingbird.com/support/). Its free and has many Exceed help documents.
Forum: Linux 06-28-2005
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Posted By google
Use a HERE document. Here is a link...
Use a HERE document. Here is a link (https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=10895&highlight=document+sql) that will show you how.
2,625
Posted By google
It sounds as though you (or someone else) updated...
It sounds as though you (or someone else) updated your PATH. Have a look in your home directory at your .profile (assuming you are using Korn shell). Check to see that your PATH includes your home...
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try stty -echo #turns echo off <add code...
try

stty -echo #turns echo off
<add code here that you do not want to see echo'd output >
stty echo #turns echo on
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use find. Please see the FAQ section for a...
use find. Please see the FAQ section for a tutorial on its usage
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Yah, begin reading the FAQ...
Yah, begin reading the FAQ (https://www.unix.com/forumdisplay.php?f=24) section. There are many technical papers on how things work in the UNIX environment there (how to's) and other general...
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