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Forum: Red Hat 09-30-2009
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Are you trying a standard user account when you...
Are you trying a standard user account when you make these changes or a root user? In RH some password requirements don't work under root or sudo.

Create a standard user...Set your password minlen...
Forum: Red Hat 09-30-2009
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Posted By nixnoob
Using the -d option disables or removes a user...
Using the -d option disables or removes a user password. The man page on passwd shows the -d option as disable a password.

You probably should use the -f option (force password change).

passwd...
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Posted By nixnoob
Thanks Nitin, but what you refer to is the...
Thanks Nitin, but what you refer to is the environment profile used when you connect to a remote system using ssh or telnet. What I'm referring to is creating terminal shortcuts on the desktop of my...
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Posted By nixnoob
Dumb gnome terminal question.
I've searched and searched but either I'm not using the right key words or the information isn't in print anywhere.

I'm running Cent 5.3 and I have a number of terminal profiles setup to ssh into...
Forum: HP-UX 02-03-2009
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Posted By nixnoob
I'm no expert but I do know it is possible to run...
I'm no expert but I do know it is possible to run a cluster the way you're wanting..."active (3)/passive(1)".


I would recommend getting really familiar with service guard before proceeding...
Forum: HP-UX 02-03-2009
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Posted By nixnoob
Assuming you didn't already find and download the...
Assuming you didn't already find and download the Ignite administration manual...here is the link where you can get it. Just look on the left side where it says "complete book in pdf".

Ignite-UX...
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Posted By nixnoob
LOL...well that makes a difference. If you...
LOL...well that makes a difference.

If you don't have glance...use top.

You can navigate through the pages using:



Just scroll through until you find the process.

CPU TTY ...
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Posted By nixnoob
Have you tried using sar with some flags? ...
Have you tried using sar with some flags?




Otherwise maybe you can see what you're looking for in top?
Forum: HP-UX 01-29-2009
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Posted By nixnoob
OMG... :eek: I'm guessing that server is not in a...
OMG... :eek: I'm guessing that server is not in a location you could touch it right?

If you're not doing it now...look into Ignite for HP-UX...you could save a ton of time using "golden" images...
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Posted By nixnoob
Try ps -efx |grep xx.ksh That's just off...
Try ps -efx |grep xx.ksh


That's just off the top of my skull...assuming you're not changing something between commands.
Forum: HP-UX 01-29-2009
6,642
Posted By nixnoob
If it's an external cd rom drive...make sure it's...
If it's an external cd rom drive...make sure it's not a Pinnacle or Fujitsu brand...I spent 2 days in *#@&^$ trying to chase down a bizarre crash issue with a server I was working on...called HP...
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Posted By nixnoob
Korn shell - ksh The rest of your...
Korn shell - ksh


The rest of your questions I will leave to people with better knowledge...sounds like it was a tough interview.
Forum: HP-UX 01-29-2009
6,642
Posted By nixnoob
Quick question...is the CD drive built...
Quick question...is the CD drive built in...attached to another system...or external USB connected?

Also, I'm assuming you're using the web interface? You should probably be doing this through...
Forum: HP-UX 01-29-2009
11,665
Posted By nixnoob
Well...I see the thread you have in the ITRC...
Well...I see the thread you have in the ITRC forums on this issue...can't believe I missed this......if I understand this properly, you execute the PCL5 script on the command line to change the...
Forum: HP-UX 01-28-2009
11,665
Posted By nixnoob
Wrong printer driver. If you don't have HPPI...
Wrong printer driver. If you don't have HPPI installed to manage your HP printers, grab the file vbe has and install that on your server.
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Posted By nixnoob
Ubuntu for sure...Very easy to manage, nice GUI.
Ubuntu for sure...Very easy to manage, nice GUI.
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Posted By nixnoob
That's a bit of a tall order...although there are...
That's a bit of a tall order...although there are a lot of "common" commands between all the versions, there are a lot of variables that are different. Generally speaking if you learn one you can...
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Posted By nixnoob
Look in your current profile file and see if...
Look in your current profile file and see if anything like this exists:


EDITOR=vi
export EDITOR



# Set up shell environment:

set -u ...
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Posted By nixnoob
Same here...still learning...good luck...just...
Same here...still learning...good luck...just don't be in a hurry...it's fairly easy once you understand the concepts.
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Posted By nixnoob
What version of Unix?...I have 2 pdf's with every...
What version of Unix?...I have 2 pdf's with every command for HP-UX.
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Posted By nixnoob
/tmp is a directory for programs and sometimes...
/tmp is a directory for programs and sometimes users to put files in if there isn't some other place for them to go. I tend to put some of my scripts in it. I wouldn't delete anything from it unless...
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Posted By nixnoob
Way to go girl...figuring it out on your own...
Way to go girl...figuring it out on your own makes it a lot sweeter in the end.

:b: :b: :b: :b: :b:
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Posted By nixnoob
Maybe you need to do: cp -rfp...
Maybe you need to do:

cp -rfp /shares/apps/temp/uc-books ./
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Posted By nixnoob
Yeah, it's not supposed to even be necessary...-u...
Yeah, it's not supposed to even be necessary...-u and -d are the defaults if you just execute uniq.




More just prints the output 1 page at a time where cat prints every thing to the output at...
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Posted By nixnoob
I had to add -u -d to the end of the uniq command...
I had to add -u -d to the end of the uniq command to get it to work the way shira wants it to.

I think this may be a simple syntax issue, no spaces between -k and the numbers, add -u -d to the...
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