Visit Our UNIX and Linux User Community

Search Results

Search: Posts Made By: pseudocoder
Forum: Red Hat 02-10-2012
29,535
Posted By pseudocoder
LOL, yeah man! :b::) Full Ack!! :wall: ...
LOL, yeah man! :b::) Full Ack!! :wall:

srinathk, what do you actually want to do?

Usually there's a server and there's a client, all right?

Do you want to mount a nfs share from server on...
Forum: Solaris 02-10-2012
3,482
Posted By pseudocoder
Didn't you save the stuff you have changed? No?...
Didn't you save the stuff you have changed? No? MAJOR FAIL!
Why not simply restore the entire system? No backup? MAJOR FAIL!

If I were you I'd consult the appropriate Oracle Secure Backup...
Forum: Solaris 02-10-2012
2,937
Posted By pseudocoder
Great! :b: ---------- Post updated at 21:48...
Great! :b:

---------- Post updated at 21:48 ---------- Previous update was at 21:39 ----------



wtf?! :confused:

If you intended to help me, be sure you didn't.

If you need help,...
Forum: Solaris 02-10-2012
2,937
Posted By pseudocoder
Dear bartus11, thank you very very much for...
Dear bartus11,
thank you very very much for your PERFECT answer :b::b::b:

I have all the commands you've mentioned and I'll study their man-pages.

Before I've posted my questions, I've run man...
Forum: Solaris 02-10-2012
2,937
Posted By pseudocoder
Sun E220R + HP (SCSI) LTO Ultrium Tape Drive
Hi all,
this time I'd need a help from an advanced Solaris system admin :rolleyes:

I attached a HP StorageWorks Ultrium 215 Tape Drives - Overview - c00059530 - HP Business Support Center...
Forum: Red Hat 02-08-2012
29,535
Posted By pseudocoder
Looks like your host-side (your server) exports a...
Looks like your host-side (your server) exports a nfs share and allows the host-side (your server) to mount it.
Did you try to mount this share on the server? Probably you just need to run your...
Forum: Solaris 02-08-2012
24,873
Posted By pseudocoder
You obviously don't have a clue :rolleyes: ...
You obviously don't have a clue :rolleyes:

Intel® PRO/1000 MT Server Adapter - Overview (http://www.intel.com/network/connectivity/products/pro1000mt_server_adapter.htm)

Didn't you notice there...
Forum: Solaris 02-08-2012
13,050
Posted By pseudocoder
Hi. You obviously(!) run in a timeout. The reason...
Hi. You obviously(!) run in a timeout. The reason is because it takes far to long to download it.
When you enter the oracle.com site you submit some credentials and then you are allowed to perform...
Forum: Solaris 02-07-2012
13,050
Posted By pseudocoder
Does oracle really want us to download it ? ...
Does oracle really want us to download it ?

Nope, you can simply buy it :p...
2,280
Posted By pseudocoder
Corona688's answer is pretty right, but don't...
Corona688's answer is pretty right, but don't forget to chomp!
chomp removes the newline character from the end of line.
chomp($LINE);
the line input operator includes the newline at the
end of...
Forum: Solaris 02-02-2012
19,785
Posted By pseudocoder
Thanks a lot! Worked like a charm :) ...
Thanks a lot! Worked like a charm :)

Actually I already had the right hostname in the hosts file, but myhostname.mydomainname was missing.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 02-01-2012
4,876
Posted By pseudocoder
white-hat hacker...
white-hat hacker (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=how+to+become+white-hat+hacker%3F)
(Check the fourth result (Wikipedia) and the topics discussed on answers.yahoo.com (fifth result))

SCNR ;)

Btw. learn...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 02-01-2012
1,417
Posted By pseudocoder
Itanic 2 :p Itanium - Wikipedia, the free...
Itanic 2 :p

Itanium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itanium#Itanium_2:_2002.E2.80.932010)
Forum: Solaris 02-01-2012
19,785
Posted By pseudocoder
Classic: sendmail[pid]: My unqualified host name (hostname) unknown
Hi all,
I'd like to disable sendmail permanently on my "new" 220R with freshly installed SunOS 5.10 because it prints annoying messages to the system console.

Also I'm interested in how to fix...
Forum: Solaris 12-29-2011
2,021
Posted By pseudocoder
update ^^
update ^^
Forum: Solaris 12-28-2011
2,021
Posted By pseudocoder
@bartus11 I will do, thanks. @jim_mcnamara...
@bartus11
I will do, thanks.

@jim_mcnamara
"Your" command created an output of 14 directories.

# find / -type d -name man
/usr/share/webconsole/man
/usr/share/man
/usr/openwin/share/man...
Forum: Solaris 12-27-2011
2,021
Posted By pseudocoder
Missing man pages on SunOS Rel.5.10
Hello,
last week I installed SunOS Release 5.10 on my "new" 220R.
Unfortunately there seem to be no man pages, although I installed the End-User software package.

Yes I know there are lots of...
1,835
Posted By pseudocoder
find . -name "example.xml" 2>/dev/null -exec grep...
find . -name "example.xml" 2>/dev/null -exec grep -l Version "{}" \;

Try this ^^, it will only print the filename, where the search string is being found.
If that works, try this command without...
Forum: Programming 12-16-2010
4,329
Posted By pseudocoder
Woow! That worked like a charm! You're the man...
Woow! That worked like a charm! You're the man :-)

Thanks a lot!
Forum: Programming 12-16-2010
4,329
Posted By pseudocoder
How to do a "sed-like" update command in mysql?
Dear mates,
imagine a table with only one column and 10 rows containing 5 yahoo.de and 5 gmail.com email addressess.
mail1@yahoo.de
mail2@yahoo.de
mail3@yahoo.de
mail4@yahoo.de
mail5@yahoo.de...
4,097
Posted By pseudocoder
All right, now I got it! find $direcreal...
All right, now I got it!

find $direcreal -type f -print
This already prints file names separated/delimited by "\n", but then you assign this output to a variable, where AFAIK all "\n" get...
4,097
Posted By pseudocoder
Try it with tr instead of sed: tr " "...
Try it with tr instead of sed:
tr " " "\n"
1,040
Posted By pseudocoder
awk '$3=="=" && $5=="nm" {print}' infile Edit...
awk '$3=="=" && $5=="nm" {print}' infile
Edit (improvement):
awk '$1=="Column1" || $3=="=" && $5=="nm"' infile
6,603
Posted By pseudocoder
If you're working with Linux, try:tac err.log |...
If you're working with Linux, try:tac err.log | grep -m 1 ERROR

---------- Post updated at 17:30 ---------- Previous update was at 17:28 ----------

I'm not sure if this is what you wanted ;)
3,119
Posted By pseudocoder
Can you provide a couple sample lines from file ?...
Can you provide a couple sample lines from file ?
The sed command simply prints the appropriate line, right?
Showing results 1 to 25 of 500

 

Featured Tech Videos

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 02:33 PM.
Unix & Linux Forums Content Copyright 1993-2021. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy