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Posted By prowla
You may be able to shorten that to: gzcat...
You may be able to shorten that to:

gzcat test123.tar.gz | tar -xvf -

:)
Forum: Solaris 12-27-2007
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Posted By prowla
You could also google for "cuddletech".
You could also google for "cuddletech".
Forum: Solaris 12-27-2007
24,160
Posted By prowla
IPMP is great, but beware that the "resilience"...
IPMP is great, but beware that the "resilience" it offers can be an illusion.

If you have a system with a quad ether (eg. qfe) card, then you don't get much resilience by using IPMP on two ports...
Forum: HP-UX 12-27-2007
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Posted By prowla
EMS is the HP-UX hardware monitoring system, that...
EMS is the HP-UX hardware monitoring system, that will tell you of failed system components (CPUs, memory, disks, fans, etc).
It's telling you there is a problem with the memory on the system.
As...
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Posted By prowla
What's "stats" (OS, example, etc.)?
What's "stats" (OS, example, etc.)?
Forum: Solaris 12-27-2007
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Posted By prowla
You can shift from one NIC to another, but it...
You can shift from one NIC to another, but it will require an outage:- a reboot, not a reinstall.
It could be as simple as editing the /etc/hostname.eri0, and rebooting, BUT DON'T JUST DO THAT,...
Forum: Solaris 12-26-2007
37,424
Posted By prowla
I haven't got a system to hand, but before doing ...
I haven't got a system to hand, but before doing
ndd -get /dev/ce link_status
you have to do
ndd -set /dev/ce instance 0

(I hope I've got the syntax right!)

You can also use a ? instead of...
Forum: Solaris 12-26-2007
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Posted By prowla
Perhaps the kind person who set up automounter...
Perhaps the kind person who set up automounter added in commented entries to vfstab to let you see what they had done.
Forum: Linux 12-26-2007
3,235
Posted By prowla
VMware will support both. I'm not sure if there...
VMware will support both.
I'm not sure if there are any other virtualisation tools available for Linux.
Forum: Solaris 12-24-2007
13,245
Posted By prowla
You could look at using chroot to restrict the...
You could look at using chroot to restrict the permissions.
Basically it makes that shell think its "/" is its home, and so it cannot move to a directory above.
If you google for chroot ftpd, you...
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Posted By prowla
Do the shells have a timeout (ie. they are...
Do the shells have a timeout (ie. they are logging out automatically, and you only notice it when you've been away from your desk for a while and come back and unlock your PC screen)?
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Posted By prowla
Could some lateral thinking work? Perhaps...
Could some lateral thinking work?

Perhaps you could save the file encrypted, so that editing it has to be a 2-stage process.
Of course, your would have to decrypt it for use too.
...
Forum: HP-UX 12-23-2007
15,102
Posted By prowla
Sorry - HP-UX only runs on HP's PA-RISC processor...
Sorry - HP-UX only runs on HP's PA-RISC processor based systems, and HP Itanium servers.
However, you can pick up used machines on ebay, if you do wish to take it further.
(Also, HP's Itanium...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 12-23-2007
10,510
Posted By prowla
I play the bass guitar and guitar, watch telly,...
I play the bass guitar and guitar, watch telly, listen to Hi-Fi, do Karate, and do the family things you would with three kids.
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Posted By prowla
An alternative approach would be to use Sudo to...
An alternative approach would be to use Sudo to execute your script (Sudo can su to accounts other than root)...
Forum: HP-UX 12-21-2007
8,176
Posted By prowla
Can you ping the printer from the server? Can...
Can you ping the printer from the server?
Can you telnet to the JetDirect port (I'm not sure what it uses) from the server?
Are you shuuuure it's the right IP address?
How about the subnet mask?...
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Posted By prowla
Printers - run away and hide! The lp command...
Printers - run away and hide!

The lp command has options that can be specified via the -o option, but they are model dependent.

Some manufacturers supply printer interface scripts for UNIX, and...
Forum: AIX 12-20-2007
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Posted By prowla
The information is stored in a binary file that...
The information is stored in a binary file that can be interrogated by the command "last".
Enter the command
man last
for details of the command, or just enter
last | more
to see what it does.
4,457
Posted By prowla
Here is a cron entry that would probably work: ...
Here is a cron entry that would probably work:
0,30 * * * * /mydir/errpt

However, there are some gotchas:
1. You may not have permission to run cron jobs, so cron.allow would need your account...
28,023
Posted By prowla
Man - December is going to be a long month this...
Man - December is going to be a long month this year!
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Posted By prowla
You could try putting the filename in single...
You could try putting the filename in single quotes, like:
rm 'ads[1].c'
I think the shell is trying to interpret the "[1]" as a pattern to match any single character within the square brackets...
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Posted By prowla
Web browsers can do ftp://url - would that help? ...
Web browsers can do ftp://url - would that help?
Otherwise, you could set up a web server (Apache) on UNIX.
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Posted By prowla
Try doing XDMCP-direct to the host's IP address.
Try doing XDMCP-direct to the host's IP address.
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Posted By prowla
ls -x will append a "/" character to directories....
ls -x will append a "/" character to directories.

(Incidentally, as porter hints, "man" is the most powerful command on UNIX!)
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Posted By prowla
It totally depends upon the tool the recipient is...
It totally depends upon the tool the recipient is using to read the mail.
Outlook, Blackberry, HTML, etc.
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