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Posted By lsquillacioti
Works but with some problems
Hi, thanks a lot for you help. But the deamon starts fine, works fine but have some secundary effects on the system.
The system can not shutdown, you can not do telnets to the server, how can I...
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Posted By lsquillacioti
Hi, I need some help, because I'm trying to...
Hi, I need some help, because I'm trying to create a process runing all the time (not invoqued by a crontab), like a daemon, to detect the creation of a new file in a specific directory and axecute a...
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Posted By lsquillacioti
Hi, you told me "after get the file, I have to do...
Hi, you told me "after get the file, I have to do something with it." This is your program, and my program is the same, do you follow me?
So your program have to do this in this sequence:
first,...
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Posted By lsquillacioti
Hi, welcome. Perhaps this can help you. ...
Hi, welcome.
Perhaps this can help you.
During ftp execution, you can invoque a shell script, as follows:
ftp> !ksh
$ ./compare_files.sh
$ exit
ftp>

Another option is to use a rsh o rexec...
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Posted By lsquillacioti
Hi, I need to delete all the files before...
Hi, I need to delete all the files before yesterday on a single directoy. Do you help me?
TKS.
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Posted By lsquillacioti
Hi, did yo use the comm command? Try this with...
Hi, did yo use the comm command?
Try this with the sort command first to order the files.
I hope to help you.
See you!!
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Posted By lsquillacioti
The find command has a lot of parameters. This...
The find command has a lot of parameters.
This configuration works fine.
Login as any user.
find / -name "file_name" -print 2>/dev/null
If you don't know what is exactly the name of the file,...
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Posted By lsquillacioti
find your executable file "tar"
Hi, try this command to search all tar files on your Machine.
Login as root user and execute:
find / -name "tar" -print 2>/dev/null
then for each file founded do the next:
ls -l...
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Posted By lsquillacioti
Did you install all the ptf that Oracle needs to...
Did you install all the ptf that Oracle needs to install on such device?
Please read Oracle Installation Guide for your OS.

Regards.
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