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Forum: Solaris 10-29-2009
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Locate NFS "not responding still trying" application on client
At times I have unknown applications that hang for long periods of time over and over again after a network glitch. These are sometimes nfs4 but usually nfs3 clients and are always solaris10 systems....
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Use the one you normally do for Mail.app
Use the one you normally do for Mail.app
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Not sure what you mean that gmail requires...
Not sure what you mean that gmail requires user/pass, as gmail will truly forward the emails to yahoo.com (setup a filter that says all emails from *unix.com, forward to user@yahoo.com)

Yahoo also...
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fetchmail wont care about outbound passwords, its...
fetchmail wont care about outbound passwords, its just wanting to know who to send these emails to and who the smtp server is (same as you would for setting up Mail.app and writing a letter and...
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fetchmail is just an mail client that does all...
fetchmail is just an mail client that does all the popular main transfer client protocols (pop/imap/etc)

it would be best to have gmail forward the messages to yahoo, fetchmail wont do what you...
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well with the smtpname and mda flags you should...
well with the smtpname and mda flags you should be able to do something, its not clear what 'forward them on' means.

Of course you can 'forward' with your gmail filters as well on the google side...
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fetchmail is trying to email you the messages via...
fetchmail is trying to email you the messages via the local server versus stuffing them in a file or what have you. You need to look at the documentation to determine what is best.

If you have no...
Forum: Linux 03-10-2008
52,204
Posted By HPAVC
in your /etc/network/interfaces you coulde ...
in your /etc/network/interfaces you coulde

iface eth0 inet static
address 192.168.0.1
network 192.168.0.0
netmask 255.255.0.0
broadcast 192.168.0.255
...
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You dont need to create a cert, try this (which...
You dont need to create a cert, try this (which works for me for what its worth)


poll "imap.gmail.com" proto imap port 993
user "user@gmail.com" password "pass"
ssl
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Posted By HPAVC
you only have three \d+'s and your data requires...
you only have three \d+'s and your data requires four if you keep the $ there.


#!/usr/bin/perl ...
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Posted By HPAVC
you have a lot of extra spaces in your regex ...
you have a lot of extra spaces in your regex

$line=~/^(\w+)_\s+_(\d+)_\s+_(\d+)_\s+_(\d+)$/;

why not ..
my ($tbl_spc,$max_size,$free_size,$max_block,$pctfree) = split(/\s+/, $line);
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Posted By HPAVC
@hourly /usr/local/bin/doit || (echo "the dog is...
@hourly /usr/local/bin/doit || (echo "the dog is in the house" | mail -s "email test" my@email.net)
Forum: Linux 03-06-2008
4,014
Posted By HPAVC
investigate exactly what crontab is running those...
investigate exactly what crontab is running those orphan tasks (from /var/spool/cron/crontab?) Looking at "ps -aux|grep cron" should tell you what cron is running as.

Sometimes an install of an...
5,691
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Typically what you see in...
Typically what you see in /var/spool/cron/crontabs (or similar) is what you get, unless you have some version control or .bak files from your editor stashed away locally.
Forum: HP-UX 02-27-2008
23,699
Posted By HPAVC
googling for "hpux 11 last changed password"...
googling for "hpux 11 last changed password" yielded this gem:

HP: HP-UX - Extracting Password User Name and Expiration Date (http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=299751&page=4)
9,278
Posted By HPAVC
$ rename Usage: rename [-v] [-n] [-f] perlexpr...
$ rename
Usage: rename [-v] [-n] [-f] perlexpr [filenames]

... if you have rename I would go that route ...

rename 's/^large(.*)/$1/' large*.jpg
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echo who | at now The man page should give a...
echo who | at now

The man page should give a lot of insight, at isn't really a reoccurring task like cron is. Are you not happy with cron for some reason? There aren't replacements of it for a...
Forum: Solaris 02-26-2008
5,433
Posted By HPAVC
What xwd is doing is taking the screen and...
What xwd is doing is taking the screen and dumping it to the standard out (stdout). This output is being piped through two programs and then redirected to 'screen.png' The two programs were creating...
Forum: Solaris 02-26-2008
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first hit on google for 'xwd' xwd -...
first hit on google for 'xwd'

xwd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xwd)
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In X or just 'Unix'? Exchange could run...
In X or just 'Unix'?

Exchange could run pop/imap to allow you (or anyone) to get email, exchange could allow its web interface, some exchange readers for email clients use the web interface to...
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You could get away with some of this in diff,...
You could get away with some of this in diff, depending on your actual data. There are a few sexy awk examples on globbing diff results.

I would take the output of diff into perl, but your...
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you can if (-f "/etc/passwd") { warn "file...
you can if (-f "/etc/passwd") { warn "file exists" } in perl too, most of the modern test flags exist.

the big problem i have is when the file is after the mundane open(FH,..) that your doing. and...
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Some guesses might be the path order and...
Some guesses might be the path order and different mv commands, or an alias (dont forget which -a)

mv old/ new/ is trying to put old into new not rename old as new. You coild have some globbing by...
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Another problem with this type of work while {...
Another problem with this type of work while { match } is that often the regex is rebuilt over and over. if you an build the regex outside the while that will speed things up ... DRAMATICALLY.
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Depends on what shell your using (bash, csh, etc)...
Depends on what shell your using (bash, csh, etc) on the syntax of the redirection of the stdout, stderr to /dev/null or a file.

But the man page for the shell or google will help.
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