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tcpdump -i "interface" should do the work. Of...
tcpdump -i "interface" should do the work. Of course it has several other options, "man tcpdump" will show you how to do the magic.

Cheers
Forum: Ubuntu 02-15-2008
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Posted By piltrafa
Hi, As far as I know, Ubuntu installation...
Hi,

As far as I know, Ubuntu installation detects that you have a Windows installed, an then ask you to change the partition, from the installation gui, to allocate space for Ubuntu.

I have...
Forum: Ubuntu 02-15-2008
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Posted By piltrafa
Set temp on Ubuntu to Celsius
Hi

I installed on a room a Netbotz device, that among other things, shows the temperature. I use Ubuntu to access the web interface of the product, and the temperature is shown in Fahrenheit but I...
Forum: Linux 02-15-2008
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Posted By piltrafa
Well, you can check if the other user has...
Well, you can check if the other user has privileges to read/execute the directory (/root) and the file.

But I would install the application on another place, like /opt, and then add to the PATH...
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Posted By piltrafa
solved. thanks to all
Finally I checked the /etc/postfix/main.cf. There is a line that called inet_in terface and localhost was missing. So, if you need to send mails from the smtp server, you should use localhost and the...
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Posted By piltrafa
mail command woth Postfix
Hi, maybe someone could help me.
This is the thing. I usually use the command "mail" on my scripts to send me info about the linux box, something like:
df -k | mail -s "disk usage"...
5,418
Posted By piltrafa
Thanks
Thanks Porter for your help. It worked fine.
5,418
Posted By piltrafa
script to watch changes on a directory
Hi, everybody

I want to know hot to watch changes on a dir, for example if someone changes a file inside it, with an script. I've tried using md5sum and then diff, sadly with no success.
I use...
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Posted By piltrafa
Excellent! Exactly what I wanted, and it works...
Excellent! Exactly what I wanted, and it works great.

Thank u for your wisdom.
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Posted By piltrafa
and if you want to find any human readable text...
and if you want to find any human readable text inside a binary file you can use:

strings filename
3,186
Posted By piltrafa
From the local server scp -r...
From the local server

scp -r /directory_to_copy user@remote_server:/remote_directory

will work if you have ssh on both servers and a firewall between them is not filtering port 22.

-r means...
3,186
Posted By piltrafa
echo $SHELL will tell which shell are you using. ...
echo $SHELL will tell which shell are you using.

It would be very helpful if you copy the text you are trying to run as a script, maybe the problem is inside the text (like running a command that...
3,186
Posted By piltrafa
There is no need to put the script on the bin...
There is no need to put the script on the bin directory.

- copy the text into a text file adding in the first line #!/bin/sh (or whatever your shell is)
- chmod +x filename.sh ( makes the text...
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Posted By piltrafa
rename files help
Hi, I've already search for this issue but I found different scripts for rename files, but I don't know how to customize it for my needs.
Here's what I want to do:

I have a lot of files inside...
4,172
Posted By piltrafa
Thanks guys
Ok, thanks for the help. As I understand the less would be an option, but before the command was triggered. Anyway, I will kill the process and re-run it with stdout>/dev/tty0. Logging to a file is...
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Posted By piltrafa
stdout back to tty
Hi everyone!

Well, this is the thing.. I sent a process's stdout to /dev/null. This process
is very time consuming and after a week it keeps running, what I need is
to switch the stdout back to...
1,756
Posted By piltrafa
Help in port relay
Hi, I need to know if somebody knows about a daemon to do port relay on Solaris. What I want to do is, for example, when I connect to the solaris box port 80, map to another computer, same port. It's...
7,754
Posted By piltrafa
BSD uses, as Linux, shadow passwords but the...
BSD uses, as Linux, shadow passwords but the shadow file is not in /etc/shadow, instead you can find it in /etc/master.passwd.
if you dont have that file I believe your system is corrupted.
...
7,754
Posted By piltrafa
Well, first of all, how do you created the user?...
Well, first of all, how do you created the user? Did you use useradd or edit the passwd and shadow?. Which Unix are you working on?

Those information would help a lot !

Thanks
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Posted By piltrafa
openssl ca ke issue
Hi everybody:

here is my tale: I need to create some ssl certificates, so I did it with my Linux; I created de CA key and all the other stuff, and of course the certificates needed.
The thing is...
5,169
Posted By piltrafa
http request forward
Hi,

Maybe it's a stupid question, anyway here goes..

I have an Apache web server on Solaris box, let's say A, with a public ip
and a web application on a Linux box, uhmmm B, on a private lan...
7,881
Posted By piltrafa
ok thanks, finally I figured out. The weird...
ok thanks, finally I figured out.
The weird thing is that, by default, hp-ux doesn't create the device file for the serial ports. So the process would be this:

1-ioscan -C tty -fn...
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Posted By piltrafa
hp-ux serial connection question
Hi,

I need to connect from an hp-ux box to a device that only have a serial port.
When I need to do that from solaris to that device I used put a null modem and type tip hardwire, but I'm new...
1,265
Posted By piltrafa
you should...
...begin reading the rules (https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=2971) of the forum.
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Posted By piltrafa
new umask issue !!!
Hi,

I'm playing around with umask on a hp-ux server, and I realize that I've never understand the umask thing.
For example if I want to create a file with all the rwx stuff I should do:

umask...
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