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Forum: What is on Your Mind? 06-20-2008
7,426
Posted By grial
I love my country. Here is where I enjoy life,...
I love my country. Here is where I enjoy life, though I love travelling. Specially to know other cultures everywhere... So, my vote is for Europe :)
Regards.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 06-18-2008
25,385
Posted By grial
I think I'm going to vote wine, though beer...
I think I'm going to vote wine, though beer (caņitas) is what I usually drink :)


Good Wine here in Spain... Just for you to know, hehehehe :D
1,434
Posted By grial
Or in other words, two options: - add the path...
Or in other words, two options:
- add the path to the binary to the PATH variable.
- link to it into another dir already in your PATH.
:)
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Posted By grial
Are you sure that "localhost:20:0" is your...
Are you sure that "localhost:20:0" is your display?
Usually, the first X display is numbered ":0.0"...
Regards.
2,101
Posted By grial
post the code... or something to start with...
post the code... or something to start with...
Forum: Solaris 05-21-2008
9,560
Posted By grial
hmmm... Perhaps you might want to link it to...
hmmm... Perhaps you might want to link it to anithing simpler and then set this link as the user's home...
Regards.
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Posted By grial
I'm not used to rpm so, in this cases (I'm a...
I'm not used to rpm so, in this cases (I'm a Debian guy :)) I use "alien". This tool usually comes with almost all dists, install it and then "man alien".
Regards.
3,588
Posted By grial
I didn't know that Windows had "native" access to...
I didn't know that Windows had "native" access to NFS shares... is that possible?
I've always used cygwin and/or Windows SFU... Perhaps that's the problem your user has (the NFS support)... I don't...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 05-07-2008
3,285
Posted By grial
Here we go! :) Pass this on by The Knife ...
Here we go! :)
Pass this on by The Knife
WpTnREBxOIk

Como el agua by Camaron
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Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-07-2008
14,411
Posted By grial
This depends on the tar version you are using. ...
This depends on the tar version you are using.

Another option would be:

gunzip -c samba-3.0.28a.tar.gz | tar xvf -


Regards.
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-07-2008
14,411
Posted By grial
Not necessarily :) File extensions do not work...
Not necessarily :)
File extensions do not work as in Windows.
I would suggest you to check what kind of file is this way:

file samba-3.0.28a.tar.gz

Regards.
Forum: AIX 05-07-2008
28,850
Posted By grial
Hi. Could you give us more details about what...
Hi.
Could you give us more details about what "open a port" means for you?
Regards.
21,043
Posted By grial
how much swap space do you have? I think I've...
how much swap space do you have?
I think I've read somewhere that you might need some amount of swap space available when using large amounts of heap...
Forum: Linux 05-02-2008
20,621
Posted By grial
find /path -type d -exec rm -rf {} \;
find /path -type d -exec rm -rf {} \;
Forum: Linux 05-02-2008
2,920
Posted By grial
Take it easy, man. I do not like rating countries...
Take it easy, man. I do not like rating countries that way either, but do not take it as an offense. It's not. This is the UNIX forum, not the where-are-you-from forum. That's not important. As...
Forum: Red Hat 05-02-2008
4,979
Posted By grial
That's simply a log file. Just run this...
That's simply a log file.
Just run this command:

cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log

And post the output.
Forum: Red Hat 05-02-2008
4,979
Posted By grial
Try always to post as much information as you...
Try always to post as much information as you can.
In this case, the contents of /var/log/Xorg.0.log (in case you are using Xorg) would be a good start :)
Regards.
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Posted By grial
rm * 2> /dev/null rmdir <directory> 2>...
rm * 2> /dev/null
rmdir <directory> 2> /dev/null
cp -p * <directory> 2> /dev/null
6,643
Posted By grial
So, what you want to see is if the number in...
So, what you want to see is if the number in brackets is a "0", isn`t it?
It seems that what you want is to check a "SUCCESS". If so, this might help you:

status=$(yourcommand | grep "Run Status"...
28,644
Posted By grial
Try this: #!/usr/bin/ksh txt="next to" ...
Try this:

#!/usr/bin/ksh
txt="next to"
cmd="grep \"$txt\" ~dpearso5/file2"
eval $cmd


Regards.
6,643
Posted By grial
Is the command op always the same? I mean, the...
Is the command op always the same?
I mean, the line you want to "check" is:
"Run Status: ..... (#)"
In this case, what you'd like to test, is the number in brackets?
6,643
Posted By grial
What values could ${status} get?
What values could ${status} get?
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Posted By grial
I'm afraid I misunderstood your first post, I'm...
I'm afraid I misunderstood your first post, I'm sorry.
That's a little bit weird... I'm talking about the fact that when you stop other java processes it works...

- Is your JVM 32 bits?
- what...
6,643
Posted By grial
What about this one? if (( ${status} != 0 ))
What about this one?

if (( ${status} != 0 ))
Forum: HP-UX 05-02-2008
2,302
Posted By grial
That's because you have protected the private key...
That's because you have protected the private key with a password.
You can avoid it with openssl like this (man openssl to fit your needs):
openssl rsa -in priv_key_with_passwd.key -out...
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