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Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 7 Hours Ago
88
Posted By Neo
Good to see your GitHub project and description...
Good to see your GitHub project and description here.

Thanks for posting.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 17 Hours Ago
148
Posted By Neo
Yes, as the acclaimed Zen master Shunryu Suzuki...
Yes, as the acclaimed Zen master Shunryu Suzuki said in his book, Zen Mind, Beginners Mind.

The mind of the "expert" is rigid, set in its way, and believes it is "the big gun, the top dog".

The...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 18 Hours Ago
148
Posted By Neo
And while I am on the topic of "bulldozing over...
And while I am on the topic of "bulldozing over standards"......

Back in the "good old days". all USAF bases were only permitted ATT 3B2 UNIX boxes for most applications by "standards policy".
...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 19 Hours Ago
148
Posted By Neo
I would not get to hung up on "POSIX...
I would not get to hung up on "POSIX compliance".....

In my many years experience, working for some of the top banks in the world, big pharma, the US DOD and USAF, all globally, I have never once...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 1 Day Ago
231
Posted By Neo
Good to know. Thanks for the feedback. That...
Good to know. Thanks for the feedback.

That has been one of my #1 objectives, since forming the site for users, decades ago.
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Posted By Neo
Thread closed because bmk123 refused to answer...
Thread closed because bmk123 refused to answer questions asked in last post here (https://www.unix.com/303043155-post9.html):

Please answer all questions requested by moderators and admins if you...
172
Posted By Neo
Hey nezabudka , Please include the input and...
Hey nezabudka ,

Please include the input and output (strings / text) in your code samples, so we can see exactly your input and outputs.

Keep up the good work and....

Thanks!
Forum: OS X (Apple) 3 Days Ago
231
Posted By Neo
Thanks so much for posting these kinds of...
Thanks so much for posting these kinds of projects. I wish everyone would do this, regardless of their skill level. Sharing is the operative word these days.

On a similar note:

In 2020, I...
228
Posted By Neo
I not sure that ss is the tool the OP is looking...
I not sure that ss is the tool the OP is looking for.

ss is similar to netstat, giving information on the state of sockets.

However, when the OP asks:



It's not clear to me the OP is...
193
Posted By Neo
Sorry to ask such a basic question, but the first...
Sorry to ask such a basic question, but the first thing that comes to mind is caps lock on your keyboard.

Are you sure (sorry, I guess you are, just asking for completeness) that your cap are not...
155
Posted By Neo
Reference: ...
Reference:

https://www.unix.com/man-page/centos/1/find/


-exec command ;
Execute command; true if 0 status is returned. All following arguments to find are taken to be...
208
Posted By Neo
Quick test on macOS macos$ cat ptree.sh ...
Quick test on macOS

macos$ cat ptree.sh
#!/bin/sh
# Solaris style ptree

[ -x /usr/bin/ptree ] && exec /usr/bin/ptree "$@"

PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin
esac
psopt="$psopt -H -o pid=...
160
Posted By Neo
See Reference: Reliability ....
See Reference:

Reliability . bus1/dbus-broker Wiki . GitHub (https://github.com/bus1/dbus-broker/wiki/Reliability)
Forum: Programming 1 Week Ago
484
Posted By Neo
First, I suggest when troubleshooting, you...
First, I suggest when troubleshooting, you should:

Use the full path name to file, not relative path name. This will insure there are no strange, unseen PATH issues. For example:

gcc -Wall...
509
Posted By Neo
Dear mohtashims, [reply before original...
Dear mohtashims,

[reply before original post edited]

With nearly 1000 posts on this site; you well know the culture here by this time.

You should post your code, what you have tried.

As...
Forum: AIX 1 Week Ago
484
Posted By Neo
You should really post the script you are using,...
You should really post the script you are using, if you wish to have help.

Thanks.
Forum: Programming 1 Week Ago
723
Posted By Neo
Update: Elecrow customer service contacted...
Update:

Elecrow customer service contacted me and confirmed this device is defective if it cannot read / recognize a local, unlocked, working 3/4G SIM card.

They also confirmed that all of...
Forum: Programming 1 Week Ago
362
Posted By Neo
LoRaWAN, Dragino LG308 Gateway, and MicroPython - Quick Thoughts
Yesterday I had a chance to enjoy testing LoRaWAN with the owner of the M2M Shop (http://lorawan.lnwshop.com/product/101/dragino-lorawan-multichannel-gateway-lg308-as923-th-ec25-4g) who was kind...
128
Posted By Neo
I used to use Linode. The basic, cheapest one...
I used to use Linode. The basic, cheapest one is now $5 USD a month:

https://www.linode.com/pricing/

But I'm sure there are even cheaper services out there, for sure.

Also, one of our...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
466
Posted By Neo
Vintage!!! Jimmy Page/Jeff Beck/Eric Clapton-Stairway to Heaven
You must watch this music video.

Jimmy Page/Jeff Beck/Eric Clapton-Stairway to Heaven (https://youtu.be/wKlEVtA_TGQ)

https://youtu.be/wKlEVtA_TGQ

Long before there was surveillance...
Forum: Programming 2 Weeks Ago
723
Posted By Neo
Elecrow GSM/GPRS/EDGE SIM5360E 3G Shield for Arduino
Normally I have very good experiences buying from AliExpress, but in this case with Elecrow, I'm disappointed.

After confirming with Elecrow on AliExpress that their Elecrow GSM/GPRS/EDGE SIM5360E...
Forum: Programming 2 Weeks Ago
934
Posted By Neo
Note for AIS network engineers: Here is a...
Note for AIS network engineers:

Here is a very small example of how poorly AIS NB-IoT performs on the East side of my building (pictured above), from my UDP server logs.

In my sketch, every...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 2 Weeks Ago
151
Posted By Neo
2020 - Such a great year for everyone is here! ...
2020 - Such a great year for everyone is here! Live long and prosper!

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Forum: What is on Your Mind? 3 Weeks Ago
700
Posted By Neo
Update: May stop cron job (step 4) which is...
Update:

May stop cron job (step 4) which is processes similar threads for man pages using only the name of the man page and the texts of posts.

Not really getting enough "bang for the buck"...
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Posted By Neo
Practically speaking, It depends on your...
Practically speaking,

It depends on your risk management model.

If your system is prone to crashing or locking up, then it might be a better idea to copy the file to another server and do the...
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