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perl TELNET script example
Hi,

Here's a script I wrote to collect the accounting of the top "heavy" connection within a time interval from a cisco router. (using TELNET
if you don't have the NET::TELNET perl module grab it...
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Posted By me2unix
Here's a usefull perl script to trim the wtmp...
Here's a usefull perl script to trim the wtmp file,
in case it got too big, which happens sometimes, or got curropted (which also happens often).
You could learn from here how to parse the wtmp...
72,959
Posted By me2unix
Better idea would be to use Perl with its Telnet...
Better idea would be to use Perl with its Telnet module...
It's very easy to configure, and I could post an example if you'd like.

Hezki
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Posted By me2unix
UDP client/server example
Found one on this URL:
http://www.research.att.com/lists/uwin-developers/1998/10/msg00067.html

there are many examples like this , just do a simple search...

the main difference is using...
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Posted By me2unix
which inter process comunication would you like...
which inter process comunication would you like to use ?

I guess you talk about sockets based Client/Server code ?

There are many examples available..

here's one I just found while searching...
6,225
Posted By me2unix
Hi again, If you want to write your own C...
Hi again,

If you want to write your own C function , you can compile it as an executable which will get input from command line argument, and then you'll just place its path in the shell script to...
4,610
Posted By me2unix
rgb.txt
I'm not a graphics expert , but on etip for X windows colormap is that the color names are taken froma file called rgb.txt where you can add your new colors definion by its three RGB components...
2,657
Posted By me2unix
Thanks!
Thanks PxT !

I suspected there was such Package within apache modules..
and thanks alot for confiriming it!

I'm just worried if it won't be too compatible, just wehn will need the most...
6,225
Posted By me2unix
you can't
sorry but you cant call a C system call fomr within a shell script.

you can call another script or program to do what you need
or even better if a shell command could do it.
but no C...
2,657
Posted By me2unix
convert ASP to PHP
Thanks for the link!

how do I do that? (convert asp files to php ??)


Hezki
2,657
Posted By me2unix
Hi, my company is considering a new...
Hi,

my company is considering a new development of our web site, which used to run on Apachi over Solaris.

The company who is going to do this for us knows only about developing it in ASP.
I...
5,378
Posted By me2unix
Intel based Solaris
Hi,

I also work with many Intel-Based installation of Sloaris 2.6.
It used to be a good decision for CheckPoint Firewalls. but lately CP just stopped supporting this platform :(

Hezki
2,365
Posted By me2unix
Hi! If I got you correctly , you don't look...
Hi!

If I got you correctly , you don't look for the command line argument parsing ($0 is for the command name itself and $1 the first param - checked in "Unix in a Nutshell")

What you look for...
3,463
Posted By me2unix
autoreply for sendmail
I'm not aware of a built in Macro for autoreply inside sendmail.

But the way I use it is just adding an alias aside the user's name in the aliases file.
the new alias looks something like that :...
6,285
Posted By me2unix
macosx
A friend of mine who uses Mac has installed the uinix version, and opened his firewall for me.
So I logged on and was very impressed to navigate in the unix filesystem of a mac.
It really is cool,...
7,612
Posted By me2unix
Unix unleashed
What about the two monsterous additions of "Unix Unleashed" :
System Administrator addition
& Internet addition.

These are not bad books for Unix either...

YOu may place them aside the...
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README: Unix Books
79,069
Posted By me2unix
Unix unleashed
What about the two monsterous additions of "Unix Unleashed" :
System Administrator addition
& Internet addition.

These are not bad books for Unix either...

YOu may place them aside the...
2
3,729
Posted By me2unix
bindkey
If you use TCSH what the command you're looking for is "bindkey".

for example : bindkey s delete-char-backward
will make it a bit difficult for someone you don't like to type ls :)

Hezki
7,612
Posted By me2unix
UNIX IN A NUTSHELL - O'REILLEY Can any Unix...
UNIX IN A NUTSHELL - O'REILLEY

Can any Unix Admin live without this book on his/her desktop ??

(complete refernce for the unix commands/CSH/SH/KSH/Awk/sed/VI and many more...)

I find it the...
13
README: Unix Books
79,069
Posted By me2unix
UNIX IN A NUTSHELL - O'REILLEY Can any Unix...
UNIX IN A NUTSHELL - O'REILLEY

Can any Unix Admin live without this book on his/her desktop ??

(complete refernce for the unix commands/CSH/SH/KSH/Awk/sed/VI and many more...)

I find it the...
10,230
Posted By me2unix
tcsh
And I'm a TCSH guy.
I think it and its ancestor CSH are more popular then KSH.
Anyway I use it for 10 years , and love it's command line EMACS style keys :)

It really is a matter of taste and...
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Posted By me2unix
Hi, Welcome to the Unix world. Your...
Hi,

Welcome to the Unix world.

Your question is a bit general..
So I'll start with a tip:
Unix has a command called "file".
you type : file filename
and get seme info what type of file it...
4,646
Posted By me2unix
Sun monitoring
I think SUN has a product called SMON shipped with Solaris but I might need a license.

The best free unix monitoring tool I know is BigBrother :
http://www.bb4.com

There's also orca (with...
17,365
Posted By me2unix
Hi, Yes prtconf is the accurate answer for...
Hi,

Yes prtconf is the accurate answer for Solaris.
Tre here other commands that will show you the memory amount :
dmesg |more - will show you the system boot log where it indicates many...
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Posted By me2unix
Hi, I'm away from my Solaris now, but I think...
Hi,
I'm away from my Solaris now,
but I think a good guess would be to check out /etc/TIMEZONE you might have some of the LOCALE definition set over there.
you'll need a reboot after editing this...
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