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Posted By Neo
LOL... Why would you expect to be able to...
LOL...

Why would you expect to be able to read detailed hardware information for an AWS server configuration when you are but a slice of a virtualization?
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Posted By Neo
Isn't this the same AWS server in this thread? ...
Isn't this the same AWS server in this thread?

https://www.unix.com/unix-for-beginners-questions-and-answers/283202-ethtool-command-not-working-new-post.html

Why would you think you can get...
79
Posted By Neo
Thanks and I see you are running as root, so that...
Thanks and I see you are running as root, so that should not be an issue.

Let me think about this (bedtime) and if another person does not come up with a better idea, I'll post back.
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Posted By Neo
You should post the output of this: ...
You should post the output of this:

dmidecode

(in code tags so it is easy for others to read)
79
Posted By Neo
Please post the output of ifconfig -a. ...
Please post the output of ifconfig -a.

Thanks.

For example, on my server I had to take the exact entry identified in ifconfig to get this:

ubuntu:/tmp# ethtool enp1s0
Settings for enp1s0:...
208
Posted By Neo
The true mark of an IT security professional is...
The true mark of an IT security professional is one who understands that IT security controls are based on the risk management profile of the system; and that these IT security controls can be any...
128
Posted By Neo
As I said in my earlier post... and I am the...
As I said in my earlier post... and I am the founder and lead admin here:

Did you follow my recommendation to run it though a PDF checker?

Note: Do not post PDF files here which our team has...
128
Posted By Neo
Sorry, but for security reasons I cannot permit...
Sorry, but for security reasons I cannot permit you to post a PDF attachment which may be corrupted.

Did you follow my recommendation to run it though a PDF checker?
Forum: UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users 11 Hours Ago
208
Posted By Neo
Let me correct your words here. This is not...
Let me correct your words here.

This is not a "usual remedy", but it is one technical control in wide a range of possible technical controls based on the risk profile of the server.

I don't...
128
Posted By Neo
The file is more-than-likely corrupted. but we...
The file is more-than-likely corrupted. but we need more info.

Have you ran that PDF file though a PDF checker, like this one:

https://www.datalogics.com/products/pdftools/pdf-checker/

That...
Forum: UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users 16 Hours Ago
208
Posted By Neo
On a similar topic.... On some servers I...
On a similar topic....

On some servers I manage, I have configured PAM to enable Google Authenticator for certain commands.

For example, on some servers, I have configured PAM to require Google...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 18 Hours Ago
90
Posted By Neo
"See below" (in your post above) is not really...
"See below" (in your post above) is not really helpful for at least two reasons:


You do not specific which lines are from which OS. Why omit this critical information? You just want all...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 18 Hours Ago
90
Posted By Neo
Please run the same command on both systems (AIX...
Please run the same command on both systems (AIX and Linux):

cat /proc/<your_test_pid>/stat

and post back some sample output.
91
Posted By Neo
OBTW, these table attributes are obsolete: ...
OBTW, these table attributes are obsolete:

border=1 cellspacing=2 cellpadding=3

Where are you getting this example HTML from?
91
Posted By Neo
Please provide your exact SQL query and 10 lines...
Please provide your exact SQL query and 10 lines of the exact output of that command. You can mask any data which is confidential or sensitive; but you need to show your exact query and exact...
Forum: UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users 22 Hours Ago
208
Posted By Neo
Note to Original Poster: You do realize, of...
Note to Original Poster:

You do realize, of course, that when root runs chattr to prohibit writing to a directory, root can also run chattr to permit the same.

So, this method does not stop...
208
Posted By Neo
Please do not ask such questions without...
Please do not ask such questions without providing your OS details.
113
Posted By Neo
These types of issues are generally caused by...
These types of issues are generally caused by PATH (shell environmental) and file permission issues.

You did not yet provide any user information for either running the script manually or in a...
121
Posted By Neo
Please search the forums before asking questions...
Please search the forums before asking questions (you agree to this when you signed up).

Also, review the "10 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting" at the bottom of this page for some great...
Forum: Hardware 2 Days Ago
151
Posted By Neo
Understood... I prefer software solutions as...
Understood... I prefer software solutions as well.

Time for me to get to sleep; so I leave you in the good hands of other team members.
Forum: Hardware 2 Days Ago
151
Posted By Neo
What happens if you attempt bind serio2 first...
What happens if you attempt bind serio2 first when you (re)enable, before you attempt to (re)bind serio1 (since you have observed that when you unbind serio1, serio2 also unbinds)?
Forum: Hardware 2 Days Ago
151
Posted By Neo
Off hand, you do not need either devices when the...
Off hand, you do not need either devices when the laptop is closed.

Have you looked into disabling both when the laptop is closed and (re)enabling when opened?
Forum: Web Development 2 Days Ago
187
Posted By Neo
Ideas for a New Mobile Design
Does anyone have any favorite mobile tech sites they want me to look at while I'm considering the next phase of mobile redesign?

My idea is to build a new mobile design without using any forum...
155
Posted By Neo
pythonic is more about style and opinion than...
pythonic is more about style and opinion than anything useful for producing a result.

Some sites like stack* in fact, close these kinds of threads and place them in the category of "primarily...
208
Posted By Neo
I don't think you need to use append, to be...
I don't think you need to use append, to be honest:

sys.path


According, this may work (sorry, did not test it), if ("/path/to/config") is the full path:

sys.path("/path/to/config")

Try...
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