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Posted By Neo
Dear sarathy_a35, You have received at...
Dear sarathy_a35,

You have received at least three reminders to use code tags and format your questions so our members can easily read them. You seem to have decided that the forum rules, which...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 15 Hours Ago
181
Posted By Neo
Seems like the bulk of this MySQL performance...
Seems like the bulk of this MySQL performance issue is solved (fingers crossed).
103
Posted By Neo
Please show your own work and any scripts /...
Please show your own work and any scripts / programs you have written so far to accomplish your task; and any error messages you got.
Forum: Web Development 2 Days Ago
193
Posted By Neo
Congrats on starting to learn JS and JSON APIs. ...
Congrats on starting to learn JS and JSON APIs.

Does your code work?
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Posted By Neo
From my perspective, I don't understand why you...
From my perspective, I don't understand why you do not do all the text processing and system call in python, since your command starts out with python.

python works just fine to process text, make...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 4 Days Ago
194
Posted By Neo
New Member and Country Computer Trivia Leaderboards
Thanks to Akshay (https://www.unix.com/member_modal.php?u=302132521), who helped me write the core MySQL queries, we now have two new draft leaderboards (https://www.unix.com/trivia_stats.php), by...
Forum: Web Development 5 Days Ago
186
Posted By Neo
Yes, this problem was more of an "annoyance" that...
Yes, this problem was more of an "annoyance" that a site-crippling problem.

However, I also would like to note that, you have shown great technical leadership skills at unix.com, as follows:


...
Forum: Web Development 5 Days Ago
186
Posted By Neo
302 Redirects Issues Effected Google Search Console (GSC) Fixed - DBSEO Goto Rewrite Problems Solved
Finally!

Yesterday I FINALLY figured out why Google Search Console (GSE) was showing so many pages with 302 redirects in our link budget. For over a year, I thought this issue was relate to...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 6 Days Ago
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Posted By Neo
1000+ Computer Science Trivia Questions at UNIX.COM
The UNIX and Linux Forums now has over 1000 TRUE / FALSE computer science and computer related trivia question in our database. These questions are of relatively high quality (compared to similar...
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Posted By Neo
Dear Eric7giants, Thanks for posting these...
Dear Eric7giants,

Thanks for posting these programming challenges.

Cross language coding and lateral thinking is really important to increase cognitive skills and technical abilities.
344
Posted By Neo
Please post the exact mksysb you ran for both...
Please post the exact mksysb you ran for both backup and restore.

Also, don't forget to record the exit status for each, for completeness:

Exit Status
This command returns the following exit...
293
Posted By Neo
What is your OS and shell?
What is your OS and shell?
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
782
Posted By Neo
OK . I have opened up a limited stats page to...
OK . I have opened up a limited stats page to guests (until I work out some bugs managing guests submissions based on a hash in the DB) and added an "chart" icon to the stats page in the trivia area....
Forum: Cybersecurity 1 Week Ago
205
Posted By Neo
Did you have any luck with Google? What were...
Did you have any luck with Google?

What were the results of your searches?
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
782
Posted By Neo
Trivia about trivia: The current average...
Trivia about trivia:

The current average rate of the new trivia questions being answered since the inception of the my new computer science trivia code (now 5.4 days since launched) is:

One...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
479
Posted By Neo
Here is how I have made sure telnetd is not...
Here is how I have made sure telnetd is not available:


ubuntu# find / -name telnetd
ubuntu#


That's very secure for telnetd ....

Here is how I secure fingerd:


ubuntu# find / -name...
Forum: Solaris 2 Weeks Ago
479
Posted By Neo
You certainly can use built in utilities like...
You certainly can use built in utilities like configuration files to disable executables.

But if you REALLY want to be secure (insure telnetd cannot run in the future, for example), just remove...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 2 Weeks Ago
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Posted By Neo
Please Welcome Dave Munro to the Moderator Team!
Dear All,

I am very pleased to announce that Dave Munro (gull04) (https://www.unix.com/member_modal.php?u=37127) is joining the Moderation Team, after being a very valuable member of UNIX.com for...
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Posted By Neo
Have you done any research on the MOTIF GUI...
Have you done any research on the MOTIF GUI programming job market?

It's always best to pick a professional career with a high demand and low supply of the necessary skills.

Is there a high...
Forum: AIX 2 Weeks Ago
452
Posted By Neo
Welcome! Thanks for posting back with your...
Welcome!

Thanks for posting back with your positive results.
Forum: AIX 2 Weeks Ago
452
Posted By Neo
You can try this Apache2 directive: Fancy...
You can try this Apache2 directive:

Fancy Indexing




Options +Indexes
IndexOptions +FancyIndexing
Forum: Programming 2 Weeks Ago
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Posted By Neo
Having "said all that" and "read all that" .......
Having "said all that" and "read all that" .... and now veering off topic ....

I have always admired people who "do" versus those who talk about "doing". Everyone "talks".... but "doing the...
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Posted By Neo
Please do not use QUOTE tags for formatting CODE,...
Please do not use QUOTE tags for formatting CODE, sample input, output or error message. Only user CODE tags.
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Posted By Neo
Please provide the results of this command (into...
Please provide the results of this command (into code tags) in your reply:

rpm -qa | grep tail -35

... so everyone can see the input data you are working with.

Thanks.
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 2 Weeks Ago
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Posted By Neo
You need to insure the script is in your path...
You need to insure the script is in your path (environment).

One way ahead is to use the full path to the script. There are other ways to solve this problem as well.

Maybe post back the output...
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