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Forum: HP-UX 02-02-2010
10,493
Posted By chompy
cat file|uuencode file|mailx -s "subject" address...
cat file|uuencode file|mailx -s "subject" address

is that command you are running?

you may try parenthesizing the command for attaching the file:


(cat file|uuencode file)|mailx -s...
Forum: HP-UX 02-02-2010
10,493
Posted By chompy
the "<" tells the command to take input from...
the "<" tells the command to take input from whatever is on the other side of it.

https://www.unix.com/unix-advanced-expert-users/2325-email-attachment-message-using-mailx.html
Forum: Red Hat 01-26-2010
4,884
Posted By chompy
that is just the client, you are wanting the...
that is just the client, you are wanting the server portion

yum install samba

should install it
18,785
Posted By chompy
If you define your counter, it should get you...
If you define your counter, it should get you past your initial problem:


COUNTER=0
Forum: Solaris 01-26-2010
17,421
Posted By chompy
Are you asking how to open a word doc then copy...
Are you asking how to open a word doc then copy and paste it into a text file using vi? is this from a GUI or terminal? otherwise if you want to copy you should be able to use ctrl+c and then use...
Forum: Ubuntu 01-26-2010
1,990
Posted By chompy
I guess it would depend on your desktop...
I guess it would depend on your desktop environment. I use KDE, and they have kdesvn. Its ok, gets the job done, has a few bugs but all in all not bad.
5,633
Posted By chompy
I think you are suppose to tell it a prompt type...
I think you are suppose to tell it a prompt type (e.g. bash). Try using to dump_log(), instead of input_log(), for debugging purposes anyways.

This may shed some more light on the subject if...
87,910
Posted By chompy
If you are using rm, then use the -f flag. rm...
If you are using rm, then use the -f flag.
rm -f somefile
6
1,707
Posted By chompy
You are using a pipe, which sends the output to...
You are using a pipe, which sends the output to another command. It is expecting a command, like 'grep', or 'egrep' in your case.
Forum: Solaris 08-28-2009
12,855
Posted By chompy
Could not get shadow information for NOUSER ...
Could not get shadow information for NOUSER

usually means your logging in with a nonexisting account. What is the ssh command you are using to login with?
Forum: Debian 08-26-2009
10,125
Posted By chompy
ATI video cards are way more problematic than...
ATI video cards are way more problematic than nvidia cards in a *nix environment imo. I've always found that at least nvidia tries to take the initiative and offer drivers that are usually available...
Forum: Linux 08-25-2009
13,266
Posted By chompy
Just curious. Wondering what you needed such...
Just curious. Wondering what you needed such firepower for. :cool:
10,143
Posted By chompy
https://www.unix.com/unix-dummies-questions-answers...
https://www.unix.com/unix-dummies-questions-answers/55337-how-split-file.html
Forum: Linux 08-25-2009
13,266
Posted By chompy
Are you running 64-bit debian? Why?
Are you running 64-bit debian? Why?
Forum: Debian 08-25-2009
10,125
Posted By chompy
Well you could try to recompile the driver for...
Well you could try to recompile the driver for your kernel, might work.

If you want to try something really weird, try leaving your monitor off until the entire system boots up. I have a weird...
Forum: Debian 08-25-2009
10,125
Posted By chompy
What type of video card is it?
What type of video card is it?
7,217
Posted By chompy
Have you thought of maybe adding an option to...
Have you thought of maybe adding an option to your script:


script.sh --number 123456789



script.sh --name "Jim Jones"


That way you would be able to determine what type of validation...
Forum: Debian 08-24-2009
10,125
Posted By chompy
The driver itself allows for far greater...
The driver itself allows for far greater capabilities than NDIS wrapping or even native drivers. Allows you to run in higher modes: Master mode (act as a wireless access point), or Monitor mode...
Forum: Debian 08-24-2009
10,125
Posted By chompy
Have tried using Madwifi? Works awesome with...
Have tried using Madwifi? Works awesome with atheros-based chipset.

MadWifi.net (http://madwifi.org/)
7,217
Posted By chompy
I would think the presence of a second input...
I would think the presence of a second input variable would be enough:


if [ -n $2 ]
#do this
else
#do this


of course you could always use a case statement, i guess it would depend on the...
5,650
Posted By chompy
No you are correct. You can set it to world...
No you are correct.

You can set it to world writable:

chown root:root .bash_history
chmod 662 .bash_history


The user would be able write to it, but not read it. But then again, anybody...
5,650
Posted By chompy
The dot (.bash_history) is suppose to make it...
The dot (.bash_history) is suppose to make it hidden. What are the permission settings? Try changing it to owner has read/write and group and world have none. And change the owner to root.

Then...
5,650
Posted By chompy
I know for redhat systems you can activate...
I know for redhat systems you can activate psacct. Its what you normally use for monitoring that type of activity. You can't stop a user from seeing their own bash_history, as its located in their...
Forum: AIX 08-24-2009
18,795
Posted By chompy
Some ISPs also block port 25 traffic, only...
Some ISPs also block port 25 traffic, only allowing smtp traffic to be relayed to their own mail servers. Its suppose to help cut down on spam. Most times you have the ISP add an exception for you,...
2,383
Posted By chompy
Hey I said it was quick and dirty, didn't say I...
Hey I said it was quick and dirty, didn't say I endorsed it :D
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