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Forum: AIX 05-05-2014
16,661
Posted By spacebar
Check out this info: Get the latest version of...
Check out this info:
Get the latest version of OpenSSH for AIX (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/systems/articles/openssh_updated.html)
Updating openssl and openssh | linuxpassion2...
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Posted By spacebar
This is an example(in addition to what you...
This is an example(in addition to what you already have done) to access a table in a mysql database:
How to Use Perl to Connect to a Database « Perl...
Forum: Programming 04-30-2014
4,553
Posted By spacebar
Check out the info here: "Hello World!" for...
Check out the info here: "Hello World!" for Solaris OS and Linux (The Java™ Tutorials > Getting Started > The "Hello World!" Application)...
Forum: Solaris 04-27-2014
753
Posted By spacebar
The xdk servlet should be with your oracle...
The xdk servlet should be with your oracle installation, check out the below section at this link: Getting Started with XDK for Java and JavaBeans...
1,086
Posted By spacebar
See if this change to your sql is what you want,...
See if this change to your sql is what you want, Changes are in red:
set serveroutput on
set feedback on
declare
l_err_msg varchar2(1000);
v_counter simple_integer := 0;
begin
...
4,671
Posted By spacebar
Where are the "spaces" appearing? Can you post...
Where are the "spaces" appearing?
Can you post an example?
2,019
Posted By spacebar
As Corona688 mentioned using public/private key...
As Corona688 mentioned using public/private key pairs will be the most secure, Can you give details of why it didn't work(i.e. errors) after you setup the key pairs on each host?

Example use:...
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Posted By spacebar
Do a "man grep" and look at the option: -m NUM,...
Do a "man grep" and look at the option:
-m NUM, --max-count=NUM
and see if using that with a 1 is what you want.
Forum: Programming 04-14-2014
621
Posted By spacebar
Try this example: use strict; use warnings; ...
Try this example:
use strict;
use warnings;
use File::Copy 'move';

my $dir = 'C:/temp/';
my $TooBigOutput = "${dir}TooBigOutput.txt";

open( my $TooBigOutput_fh, '>',...
934
Posted By spacebar
Don't understand, From your example data if you...
Don't understand, From your example data if you search for a 'B' in first column, Do you only want one 'B' output?
1,703
Posted By spacebar
Try this one liner, It will create a file(file_3)...
Try this one liner, It will create a file(file_3) containing the lines from file_2 for id from file_1:
IFS='='; while read cn id;do perl -lne "print if /^dn: cn=${id}.*$/ .. /^$/" file_2; done...
1,346
Posted By spacebar
Try saving the file with :X and no key.
Try saving the file with :X and no key.
1,057
Posted By spacebar
Try this to return the value before the 2nd...
Try this to return the value before the 2nd "ABCXYZ":
csv (.*)ABCXYZ

Match the characters "csv " literally
Match the regular expression below and capture its match into backreference number 1
...
1,057
Posted By spacebar
What will the actual record you want to scan look...
What will the actual record you want to scan look like?
Forum: IP Networking 04-05-2014
971
Posted By spacebar
Check out these links: google...
Check out these links:
google...
Forum: IP Networking 04-05-2014
4,654
Posted By spacebar
I believe you can use(IO::Socket::Socks::Wrapper...
I believe you can use(IO::Socket::Socks::Wrapper (http://search.cpan.org/~oleg/IO-Socket-Socks-Wrapper-0.10/lib/IO/Socket/Socks/Wrapper.pm)), and check out this info:
HTTP(S) request from Perl over...
1,307
Posted By spacebar
It's the way encryption works to protect...
It's the way encryption works to protect passwords, Here is one link to some info:
docstore.mik.ua/orelly/other/puis3rd/0596003234_puis3-chp-4-sect-3.html...
Forum: IP Networking 04-01-2014
4,654
Posted By spacebar
No I didn't mean the entire script just a section...
No I didn't mean the entire script just a section showing what you are trying to do(i.e. run a shell command, write to a port, read, etc...).
Forum: IP Networking 03-31-2014
4,654
Posted By spacebar
Post an example of commands from perl script.
Post an example of commands from perl script.
593
Posted By spacebar
You could do something like this to read the...
You could do something like this to read the fields into a variable:
while read studentname grade class teacher
do
echo "${teacher} ${class} ${grade} ${studentname}" >> /path/to/your/new_file...
1,614
Posted By spacebar
Don't know which version of "unzip" you are...
Don't know which version of "unzip" you are using, But you could try the "-B" modifier:
Unzip multiple files. Linux | Compmiscellanea.com...
2,060
Posted By spacebar
Check out this info: Converting DOS Batch Files...
Check out this info:
Converting DOS Batch Files to Shell Scripts (http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/dosbatch.html)
1,496
Posted By spacebar
Are you using "ntfs-3g" to mount the windows...
Are you using "ntfs-3g" to mount the windows partition as read/write?
Which version of linuxmint (http://linuxmint.com/) are you using?
Linux Mint Forums...
Forum: Solaris 03-25-2014
1,465
Posted By spacebar
What exactly are you attempting or want to do? ...
What exactly are you attempting or want to do?
What is your os?
what file system are you using?
2,792
Posted By spacebar
Sure check out these examples of sorting on...
Sure check out these examples of sorting on multiple fields:
http://tinyurl.com/lahsp4j
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