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Posted By congo
thanks...but...
hey there,

thanks, but the problem was solved more than a year ago. Besides, i cant see how SED can strip headers from an email before its send, or while sending.

Anyhow, dont bother to reply...
Forum: Solaris 08-08-2007
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Posted By congo
its to be read as: /dev/vx/dsk/emc2/vol06...
its to be read as:
/dev/vx/dsk/emc2/vol06 136764867 121542767 1545614 99% /emc06
first column shows mountpath, second is total allocated diskspace, second is used diskspace, third is...
Forum: Solaris 08-08-2007
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Posted By congo
couldnt you use "$ last {username}" to display...
couldnt you use "$ last {username}" to display the login entries recorded from any successfull logins from your ftp users? -otherwise, "$ dmesg | grep -i ftp" could possibly display you any errors in...
Forum: Solaris 08-08-2007
2,016
Posted By congo
sure you can!
just go to Sun Microsystems (http://sun.com) to get the free solaris 10 edition for x86 or 64x.

Ive run solaris10 on intel for some months, that works well, eventhough hardware is bastardly old......
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Posted By congo
thanks, currently only root is in the mail...
thanks, currently only root is in the mail trusted users.

i found out that the certain xauth warning can be avoided when calling sendmail with -t flag, to search for To: Subject: and stuff like...
1,987
Posted By congo
You can always use $ echo "Script $0 started @...
You can always use
$ echo "Script $0 started @ `date` >> $yourlogfile"
(note that you can modify the date format, to learn more about this try `man date`)

You can grep top 900 or ps -ef for...
1,987
Posted By congo
an idea
well you can code your programs to log these details in logfiles. This is comon operation in all my programs. You can here also log exit statuses cpu usage af stuff like that.
59,298
Posted By congo
If you can use ls -ltR yourpathandpipes ...
If you can use

ls -ltR yourpathandpipes


instead of `find` that might make you happy. You can then awk print the filename and append the sed pwd. Or run from another location onto the...
Forum: Open Source 08-02-2007
245,062
Posted By congo
i always used vi - as this rocks super much. I...
i always used vi - as this rocks super much. I tried vim but found it quite linux-ish...

whenever under windows shell (god forbid it) - i tend to use ultraedit

regards
2,617
Posted By congo
well that works - yet what i saw once was even...
well that works - yet what i saw once was even simpler, something like opening with #/' and closing with something like '/ -yet i cant remember the syntax, and cant remember where i saw it.

Do...
2,617
Posted By congo
outcomment bulk
Hello chiefs,

So i wanna outcomment several lines, but i dont want to start each line with #-sign. Once i saw it in use, but dont remember the syntax. It should work with sh or ksh.


regards...
10,050
Posted By congo
get rid of certain tags with mailx or sendmail
Hello,

So i want to get rid of "X-Authentication-Warning" when sending out mails with modified returnadress/senderadress

ie. when executing "cat test.email | mailx -t -r me@www.tld" (in...
32,088
Posted By congo
loop the mounts
hi there,

you could also do a small loop of the command in the different mounts you have. This could help decrease the number of files.

for i in echo "`df -k | awk '{print $1}'|grep '/'`"
do...
6,232
Posted By congo
Remove certain headers using mailx or sendmail
Hello,

So i want to send mails in any way from a solaris 5.8 system, perhaps using mailx or sendmail. My purpose is to stay clear of systems name in head data. So i want to strip at least the...
14,148
Posted By congo
oh well
i find that a bit too unprecise as i have millions of files, and cannot risc any of them to be corrupt.
As my purpose is to continously backup my NAS (allnet 6200) perhaps i could use some samba or...
14,148
Posted By congo
ftp - determine ascii or binary file
Hello,

How to i determine via ftp commandline if files on ftp server is ascii or binary files. Like every other comon windows ftp program does it automatically.


regards
Thomas
Forum: Solaris 11-09-2006
8,743
Posted By congo
so the installations are done...
HI again,

the Solaris 10 was installed successfully, but im suffering from only one disk are in use on the system, when 4 should be the case. The disc in use would be the disc "0" and is only 11...
Forum: Solaris 11-08-2006
8,743
Posted By congo
formatting the discs...
if I do remove the driver (4 pieces) from the server, and format them elsewhere, then when theyre back in the server, would it boot on CDrom by itself? -or is it more like BIOS that I have to set it...
Forum: Solaris 11-07-2006
8,743
Posted By congo
disc slices
yeah, well... I dont really know what you mean by that "go through the slices exept slice 2". Is this a standard part of the installations procedure of Solaris 10 ?


______
regards
Thomas
Forum: Solaris 11-06-2006
8,743
Posted By congo
total wipe out
yeah - what i really need is to bust all data from those discs, no backup or anything. You recommend installing a new disc to do this from? -should i carry the discs to another system to format them...
Forum: Solaris 11-06-2006
8,743
Posted By congo
Solaris 10 on Enterprise 250
Hi experts,

I have bought a used SUN Enterprise 250 server that currently runs solaris 8. Ive downloaded solaris 10 (sparc edition) from sun.com, and have burned the iso files to cd roms. So far...
4,270
Posted By congo
KDE and startx
Hello,

Ive installed freeBSD 6.0 - and the prompt part of the system works well. Ive then tried to install KDE for graphic interface to the unix system.

The problem is:
Whenever I run "$...
175,254
Posted By congo
or trying to find the mailx on your system you...
or trying to find the mailx on your system you could use the find command "find [search-destination i.e. "/"] -name mailx"

- only this demands you to have the find command embedded on your system,...
Forum: Solaris 09-22-2006
2,130
Posted By congo
cpu
hello - are you using sparc or ?
175,254
Posted By congo
using mailx
or you could simply forward the whole file to your mailbox (in windows or anywhere you have your email client) -using this unix command "more {filename} | mailx {you@email.tld}" - of course larger...
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