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Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 13 Hours Ago
53
Posted By Neo
That source code you have directed us to visit...
That source code you have directed us to visit and look at is an unformatted mess.

If you want the best help, please take your code, format it using your favorite code formatting tool (FWIW, I use...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 14 Hours Ago
80
Posted By Neo
This would be easy if you did not try to make...
This would be easy if you did not try to make these text processing tasks "one liners" and just write
the (few lines) code to process the file one line at a time, using any programming language you...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 14 Hours Ago
103
Posted By Neo
Please answer our (well considered) questions.. ...
Please answer our (well considered) questions..

Next time we will not help you until you take the time to answer the simple questions we ask (there are reasons to ask for details).
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 18 Hours Ago
103
Posted By Neo
I have not tried this... so YMMV but if you are...
I have not tried this... so YMMV but if you are using the ext2 filesystem on your Linux RedHat system, you can try testdisk (https://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk).
...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 18 Hours Ago
103
Posted By Neo
So, you ran rm -rf is what directory, on your...
So, you ran rm -rf is what directory, on your Linux RedHat system, exactly?

Also, what filesystem are you using? ext2 ?
111
Posted By Neo
Hey nezabudka , Please include the input and...
Hey nezabudka ,

Please include the input and output (strings / text) in your code samples, so we can see exactly your input and outputs.

Keep up the good work and....

Thanks!
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Posted By Neo
$python >>> line = "Tom is hot" >>> array...
$python

>>> line = "Tom is hot"
>>> array = line.split(' ')
>>> print(array)
['Tom', 'is', 'hot']
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 20 Hours Ago
103
Posted By Neo
Did you delete a file already and you are trying...
Did you delete a file already and you are trying to recover it?

Or. are you hoping to write some code to make this "deleted file recovery" possible when after someone uses the rm command?
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 21 Hours Ago
103
Posted By Neo
You must start this question by specifying your...
You must start this question by specifying your exact operating system, version number, etc.
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 21 Hours Ago
65
Posted By Neo
Dear mohtashims, You know how it works here...
Dear mohtashims,

You know how it works here at unix.com.

You show your own work and what you have tried, any research you did, input / output and error messages.

You must show YOUR OWN WORK...
111
Posted By Neo
php -a # enter interactive mode in terminal for...
php -a # enter interactive mode in terminal for testing


php > $line = "Tom is hot";
php > $array = explode(' ',$line);
php > print_r($array);
Array
(
[0] => Tom
[1] => is
...
105
Posted By Neo
It's quite important to at least do your own...
It's quite important to at least do your own research before asking such a broad question.

A simple Google search yields tutorials, code, and much more on this topic,

As I said before, post...
105
Posted By Neo
Sorry, I am still not following your work and...
Sorry, I am still not following your work and individual effort(s).

A simple Google search for: cockpit notifications

yields many tutorials, including this one:

YouTube...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 1 Day Ago
174
Posted By Neo
Thanks so much for posting these kinds of...
Thanks so much for posting these kinds of projects. I wish everyone would do this, regardless of their skill level. Sharing is the operative word these days.

On a similar note:

In 2020, I...
105
Posted By Neo
Sure. You can Google: cockpit redhat...
Sure.

You can Google: cockpit redhat configuration

and there are plenty of tutorials, including this one:
...
Forum: Programming 2 Days Ago
204
Posted By Neo
This is my last update / post on this Arduino...
This is my last update / post on this Arduino Tick Tock shield for now. I was going to post the details on how to calibrate the thermistor; including taking various measurements, recording the...
197
Posted By Neo
Thanks for posting this, kbrazil...
Thanks for posting this, kbrazil (https://www.unix.com/member_modal.php?u=302183473&modal=1).

Looking forward to seeing more of your projects and tutorials.

Keep 'em coming!
240
Posted By Neo
The "norma"l approach for a root-cause analysis...
The "norma"l approach for a root-cause analysis is to turn on verbose syslog logging for your DNS daemon processes and review the log files for errors and anomalies.

Did you mention your OS and...
Forum: Programming 2 Days Ago
316
Posted By Neo
Bench Test Kit...
Bench Test Kit (https://github.com/philcrump/bench-test-kit) also works to grab RIGOL screens (over the LAN only):

https://github.com/philcrump/bench-test-kit

(bench-test-kit) bash-3.2$...
240
Posted By Neo
Yes but what actually faiiled? What...
Yes but what actually faiiled?

What process? What does "failed" mean??

DNS daemon process crashed? Needed to be restarted? A single DNS query failed?

What EXACTLY failed?
Forum: Programming 2 Days Ago
316
Posted By Neo
rigol_grab.py also works over the LAN. ...
rigol_grab.py also works over the LAN.

(rigol-grab) bash-3.2$ python rigol_grab_bmp.py -f via_lan.bmp -p 192.168.2.50 --auto

More pretty noise, showing "LAN ON"

8010

Go RIGOL Go! :)
Forum: Programming 2 Days Ago
316
Posted By Neo
Figured this out..... When the USB is...
Figured this out.....

When the USB is plugged in, it overrides the LAN. If I unplugged the USB, and then rebooted, it worked.


maco$ telnet 192.168.2.50 5555
Trying 192.168.2.50......
Forum: Programming 2 Days Ago
316
Posted By Neo
As a side note; we should be able to get screen...
As a side note; we should be able to get screen captures via USB and LAN (ethernet).

But, I can only get USB working (as you have seen) for getting these screen captures. The LAN works, but I...
240
Posted By Neo
Why are you focused on network traffic analysis? ...
Why are you focused on network traffic analysis?

Seems it is best to audit the DNS server which is failing, or "going down" in your words.

What does it mean "going down" ? What is crashing,...
Forum: Programming 3 Days Ago
435
Posted By Neo
Just because a liib is updated ... you do not...
Just because a liib is updated ... you do not have to recompile at all if your static binary is working fine.

In addition, shared libs can introduce major IT security issues.

There is "No Free...
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