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Forum: AIX 12-31-2012
2,379
Posted By herot
checking the users in smit, i am seeing that cron...
checking the users in smit, i am seeing that cron user has the same home directory and all the same settings as MY username. and no, i did not make it that way.

SOLVED. that was the ticket...
Forum: AIX 12-31-2012
2,379
Posted By herot
[Solved] Script runs in shell but not cron
We run some menu driven software that has the ability to batch menu paths and generate reports quickly. Normally you run a batch like:
$ BATCH BATCHNAME
The batch program then prompts you for the...
Forum: AIX 08-28-2012
9,172
Posted By herot
Now I get this: $ su ...
Now I get this:

$ su
root's Password:
# hostname ...
Forum: AIX 05-07-2012
2,835
Posted By herot
Yes, BUT the address we are using are not...
Yes, BUT the address we are using are not currently allocated in the outer world.
Forum: AIX 05-07-2012
2,835
Posted By herot
We do use NAT. There is no route to the internet...
We do use NAT. There is no route to the internet from the 0.0 . There is NAT between the 10.0 and the internet via the 2 Gateways (Untangle, dd-wrt). I am very aware of the addressing problem as I...
Forum: AIX 05-07-2012
2,835
Posted By herot
Ok. I will try to give a more detailed...
Ok. I will try to give a more detailed description of my network.

(I am aware of the public ip addressing problem. I will fix this someday soon). I inherited this network.

we have a 192.0.0.0...
Forum: AIX 05-07-2012
2,835
Posted By herot
The only way the Unix boxes know names is through...
The only way the Unix boxes know names is through the hosts files. The servers are on an isolated network (and don't have DNS servers specified in basic network setup) and the Backup server that I am...
Forum: AIX 05-05-2012
2,835
Posted By herot
Assigning Domain Server Breaks rlogin
Most of my Unix servers do not have access to the internet. We have a test box that I want to use to receive all root email from the other unix boxes locally. i want to then have the test box able to...
Forum: AIX 04-04-2012
9,172
Posted By herot
I did. Keep in mind this is a: mksysb -m -i...
I did. Keep in mind this is a:

mksysb -m -i -v /dev/rmt0
backup.

I got this:
# restore -xvf /dev/rmt0 /usr/graham/test
Please mount volume 1 on /dev/rmt0.
...
Forum: AIX 04-02-2012
9,172
Posted By herot
I have tried the information on this page to try...
I have tried the information on this page to try and accomplish this task:

Restoring A Single File From mksysb (http://cpuug.org/index.php?topic=30.0)

Specifically the article talks about...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 04-02-2012
3,205
Posted By herot
I think Apple should provide a solution because...
I think Apple should provide a solution because its the recipients that have the problem. Try explaining to outside companies (when your organization deals with MANY) (and who mostly use microsoft...
4,592
Posted By herot
OK, but why does in vi do I have to hit the down...
OK, but why does in vi do I have to hit the down arrow 3 times to move down one line. Its the same for left right and up.
4,592
Posted By herot
I got putty. It doesn't look right at all with...
I got putty. It doesn't look right at all with putty. I know I can have seperate sessions with our terminal emulation program but I like starting one session on AIX and then rlogin to SCO. I just...
4,592
Posted By herot
here is the output: AIX: $ echo $TERM ...
here is the output:

AIX:

$ echo $TERM
ansi
$ stty -a ...
4,592
Posted By herot
I am using SCOANSI to access the AIX server and...
I am using SCOANSI to access the AIX server and then rlogin'ing into the SCO server. How do I find the tty types for the servers?
Forum: AIX 03-29-2012
993
Posted By herot
What is the proper way to handle system time ?
I admin an AIX box for a small company. The time on the AIX machine has to be changed twice a year for DST. I know I can set it to do this automagically but is that a good idea? I have read about...
Forum: War Stories 03-29-2012
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Posted By herot
Time travel
Perhaps a story in the making....


In 2 years or so my company is purchasing a new computer system for our distributing business. Right now, we have an AIX 5.3 machine and some other servers that...
Forum: War Stories 03-29-2012
5,120
Posted By herot
At least a year. After that, the company went out...
At least a year. After that, the company went out of business. For all I know whoever we auctioned those NCR system's to are still using it!
Forum: SCO 03-29-2012
2,997
Posted By herot
How would I go about finding the problem...
How would I go about finding the problem file/missing file? I don't think its tcp because this is through the console not over network.
Forum: SCO 03-29-2012
2,997
Posted By herot
Console GUI kicks me after 30 seconds. Licensing issue?
I have two SCO servers. On one I can logon to the gui via console with no problem. However, on the other I can logon to the gui but after a few seconds it kicks me back out to the prompt. I asked...
4,592
Posted By herot
Terminal emulation settings help rlogin AIX to SCO
I use a program called TinyTerm to access our AIX machine. It works fine except for when I rlogin into our SCO unix server. Backspace doesn't delete, ctrl-c doesn't work (delete key does same thing),...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 03-28-2012
3,205
Posted By herot
Script to process winmail.dat files in apple mail from outlook senders
Does anyone know of a way to automate the "massaging" of those STUPID winmail.dat files that come to Apple Mail extensions as a result from people sending mail from outlook clients? Specifically,...
Forum: SCO 03-28-2012
2,403
Posted By herot
Well, that def changed the dev to /dev/ttyr014...
Well, that def changed the dev to /dev/ttyr014 (verified with a lpstat -s). I will have to verify that it is going to the correct printer tomorrow when I get back in the office. NOW, can you tell me...
Forum: War Stories 03-27-2012
5,120
Posted By herot
One time I fixed an LCD monitor with a folded piece of paper
Some of the colors weren't working on the Monitor. I found pressing around the plastic border of the screen brought them back. I opened the monitor casing and used the folded paper to put pressure...
Forum: SCO 03-27-2012
2,403
Posted By herot
Actually they are RIO remote serial boxes. Its a...
Actually they are RIO remote serial boxes. Its a card in the server that they plug into and they are little boxes with 8 serial ports on them. I already used the config.rio utility to map the port I...
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