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Forum: Red Hat 03-04-2015
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Posted By fabiogilr
@Neo, thanks for the advise, I'll look into it. ...
@Neo, thanks for the advise, I'll look into it.

Cheers
Forum: Red Hat 03-04-2015
2,689
Posted By fabiogilr
Roadmap to upgrade from RHEL 5.8 to 6.6
Hello,

We are thinking about upgrading our RHEL platform from 5.8 to 6.6 but we've been advised we need to build new servers from scratch. For us this approach is not feasible as it requires new...
Forum: Linux 02-01-2015
2,489
Posted By fabiogilr
How can I search and delete mail?
Hi,

I'd like to delete emails on one of my Linux boxes using a criteria and I don't really know where to start. Any suggestions?

The emails I'd like to delete have all the following sub-string:...
Forum: Red Hat 06-25-2014
1,038
Posted By fabiogilr
PPD conumdrum
Hello,

Long time without posting to the Unix forum.

I'm currently supporting a RHEL 5.8 environment. Our site is a Konica Minolta shop. We are setting up back-end printing and for the most part...
Forum: AIX 09-27-2010
4,433
Posted By fabiogilr
I'll give that a try. Thanks dukessd.
I'll give that a try. Thanks dukessd.
Forum: AIX 09-24-2010
4,433
Posted By fabiogilr
Where to find printer drivers for AIX 5.x
I was wondering if somebody knew of a website where printer drivers can be downloaded for AIX 5.3. Most of our printers are HP and the driver that is installed works properly. As of lately, our users...
8,356
Posted By fabiogilr
It worked!
Hi,

I tried your suggestions and the script works now. I added the two lines just to be on the safe side and now it's working.

Thanks Corona688 and Methyl, much appreciated
8,356
Posted By fabiogilr
stty error when script is called out of a cronjob
Hello,



I'm trying to implement a script to call a third-party tool every so often and write the results to a file. If I run it interactively it works fine, but when it comes to run it out of...
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