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Forum: Red Hat 03-21-2016
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Posted By fpmurphy
More that likely, your issue is that your "admin...
More that likely, your issue is that your "admin user" is not a member of the wheel group. Moreover you should be using the sudo command as in:

$ sudo systemctl start sendmail
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Posted By fpmurphy
The two methods are called SYMBOLIC and NUMERIC...
The two methods are called SYMBOLIC and NUMERIC respectively.
Forum: Solaris 10-18-2015
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Posted By fpmurphy
Yes, you can use devfsadm for that purpose.
Yes, you can use devfsadm for that purpose.
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Posted By fpmurphy
Before you run yum update, you need to protect...
Before you run yum update, you need to protect yourself by saving a copy of your custom configuration files.
Forum: HP-UX 09-05-2015
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Posted By fpmurphy
All HP-UX documentation is online. For example,...
All HP-UX documentation is online. For example, see Manuals for HP-UX 11i v3 Networking Software (http://www.hp.com/go/hpux-networking-docs-11iv3)
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Posted By fpmurphy
These two lines can be reduced from: ssh -n...
These two lines can be reduced from:

ssh -n $poihostname /usr/ucb/ps -awwx | egrep "java|sys1" | awk '{print $1,$5}' > file1
cat file1 | awk -F/ '{print $1,$3}' > file2

to

ssh -n...
Forum: IP Networking 08-18-2015
4,425
Posted By fpmurphy
Unfortunately, 0.0.0.0 has different meanings...
Unfortunately, 0.0.0.0 has different meanings depending on where it's used. The formal definition is given in RFC1122 Section 3.1.2.3, i.e this host on this network. Specifically, all available IP...
Forum: Red Hat 08-14-2015
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Posted By fpmurphy
Before you take a core dump on RHEL, you...
Before you take a core dump on RHEL, you typically have to modify your shell's ulimits and also /etc/security/limits.conf. You would also typically edit /etc/sysctl.conf and configure where to put...
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Posted By fpmurphy
You may have to clear your name service cache. ...
You may have to clear your name service cache. See nscd(1) man page.
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Posted By fpmurphy
Unlike cron jobs, at jobs store the complete...
Unlike cron jobs, at jobs store the complete environment of the process that created them. You can typically figure the owner of the process by examining the environmental variables included in the...
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Posted By fpmurphy
Depends on how you have PAM configured. If you do...
Depends on how you have PAM configured. If you do not have a line like

session required pam_limits.so

in your /etc/pam.d/system-auth, nothing will happen.
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Posted By fpmurphy
ksh93 have builtin support for such date queries ...
ksh93 have builtin support for such date queries

For example:

$ printf "%T\n" "second monday june"
Mon Jun 8 00:00:00 EDT 2015
$ printf "%T\n" "fourth monday june"
Mon Jun 22 00:00:00...
Forum: Red Hat 06-04-2015
2,430
Posted By fpmurphy
Here is what Red Hat recommends: ...
Here is what Red Hat recommends: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Virtualization/3.0/html/Evaluation_Guide/Evaluation_Guide-Create_RHEL_Template.html
Forum: Red Hat 05-30-2015
3,293
Posted By fpmurphy
Have a look at the limits.conf manpage. You can...
Have a look at the limits.conf manpage. You can limit CPU and memory usage using limits.conf hard values.
Forum: Red Hat 05-25-2015
1,330
Posted By fpmurphy
One way (there are others!) is to generate an...
One way (there are others!) is to generate an answer file. Do an Internet search for "Cisco Unified Communications Manager Answer File Generator. The generator is located here...
Forum: Red Hat 05-21-2015
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Posted By fpmurphy
This looks like a known problem. See Using...
This looks like a known problem.

See Using mrepo on rhel6 (http://haerench.blogspot.com/2011/08/using-mrepo-on-rhel6.html)
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Posted By fpmurphy
One way of doing it: $ awk '$0 == "Orange"...
One way of doing it:

$ awk '$0 == "Orange" {print NR }' infile
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Forum: Programming 04-01-2015
2,535
Posted By fpmurphy
If you wish to see how tutorialspoint provide...
If you wish to see how tutorialspoint provide access to a Bash shell, just look at the source code for the web page url you provided us. Hint - look for term.js.
Forum: Programming 04-01-2015
2,535
Posted By fpmurphy
If you wish to see how Tutorials for Node.js,...
If you wish to see how Tutorials for Node.js, LinQ, Swift, Drools, Content Marketing, SIP, Pay per Click, Accounting, Sqoop, ITIL, Jackson, Security Testing, Awk, JDB, Hadoop, Hive, HBase, XStream,...
Forum: Cybersecurity 03-13-2015
2,525
Posted By fpmurphy
Sybex also has a good CompTIA Network+ book in...
Sybex also has a good CompTIA Network+ book in the same series.
Forum: Cybersecurity 03-11-2015
2,525
Posted By fpmurphy
Book I always recommend is Sytex's CompTIA...
Book I always recommend is Sytex's CompTIA Security+ Study Guide. Make sure it is the 6th edition for the SYO-401 exam as the eariier Security+ exams are now retired.
Forum: Red Hat 03-10-2015
2,930
Posted By fpmurphy
Assuming that you want ISO-8859-15 console fonts ...
Assuming that you want ISO-8859-15 console fonts

Confirm that /lib/kbd/unimaps/iso15.uni exists

If the file exist, add the following setting to /etc/sysconfig/i18n.

SYSFONTACM="iso15"
2,267
Posted By fpmurphy
Your question is too vague. Reposition cursor on...
Your question is too vague. Reposition cursor on a display? In an editor? Or what?
Forum: Fedora 02-27-2015
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Posted By fpmurphy
The ideal course of action is to fix the memory...
The ideal course of action is to fix the memory problems in your application. Sounds like these memory problems may relate to the change of programming models from ILP32 (32-bit Linux) to LP64...
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Posted By fpmurphy
It is valid syntax for Bash str="Hello" $...
It is valid syntax for Bash

str="Hello"
$ str+=" "
$ str+="World"
$ echo $str
Hello World
$

Also works in the Korn shell
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