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Forum: Solaris 08-19-2014
910
Posted By melias
Sol 10 PAM config - how to assign modules to specific users
Hi, was after some help for the following. I want to enforce local passwd authentication for service accounts and kerberos authentication for users.

Solaris 11 lets me assign different PAM...
Forum: Solaris 05-16-2013
893
Posted By melias
Kerberos Ticket expiry warning message
Hi, was wondering if its possible to change the default warning message text that notifies users that their kerberos ticket is due to expire in xx minutes. I am using Kerberos 5 on Sol 10.

Can't...
10,074
Posted By melias
Thanks Guru, but not sure if this is what I'm...
Thanks Guru, but not sure if this is what I'm after.

example of my code is:


e.g. Array name (H) could contain a persons name. The items (I) in the array could include things like address,...
10,074
Posted By melias
Creating bash array name from variable
Hi gurus,

I need to create arrays from variables, via a loop.

The issue I have is with the array name creation. How do I use a variable to define an array?

I want to do something like
...
Forum: Programming 10-19-2011
12,541
Posted By melias
I understand how su & sudo work. My...
I understand how su & sudo work.

My requirement is to be able to switch users from within the perl script, so that specific actions/commands are performed under the required account. I do not want...
Forum: Programming 10-19-2011
12,541
Posted By melias
I need to initially ssh as a specific user and...
I need to initially ssh as a specific user and then run the perl script as another user. This is due to the monitoring software we use.
Forum: Programming 10-19-2011
12,541
Posted By melias
Perl script remote execution as another user
Hi gurus,

I have a requirement where I need to remotely run a perl script as another user.
Running the script locally as the required user is fine, however I need to su with the script due to...
1,753
Posted By melias
Thank you to everybody. The solution was to...
Thank you to everybody.

The solution was to set IFS to newline so that the loop did not interpret whitespace as a field seperater.
1,753
Posted By melias
Thanks for the replies. itkamaraj, your...
Thanks for the replies.

itkamaraj, your solution combined all fields into a single record. What I want is to combine field 1 and field 2 into a single variable, so that the result is "asset...
1,753
Posted By melias
Combine 2 values into single variable
Hi gurus,
I need to manipulate the output of a database query. The output contains 2 fields (asset and serial number) and I'd like to combine them into a single value, seperated by whitespace.
...
Forum: IP Networking 05-16-2011
2,744
Posted By melias
Wildcards in bind alias records
Hi,

Is it possible to create alias records with wildcards? What I'm after is the following

test*@domain.com

so that test1, test2, test3, etc... all resove to same host.

I have alot of...
Forum: Solaris 01-06-2011
4,429
Posted By melias
Thanks citaylor, the timeout option was what I...
Thanks citaylor, the timeout option was what I was looking at if no other solution presented, as I do not have the timeout setting configured on the other servers where this issue is not occurring.
...
Forum: Solaris 01-05-2011
4,429
Posted By melias
multicast arp/route issue
Hi forum members,

I've run into a problem that I'm hoping you can sort out.
Whenever I run an arp -a or netstat -p the command hangs. It seems that the system is trying to reverse lookup a...
Forum: Solaris 04-15-2009
6,172
Posted By melias
Just thinking outside the box. If root ftp access...
Just thinking outside the box. If root ftp access is configured (and some systems are set up this way), this could be a quicker (and easier) way then having to hunt for your recovery media and reboot...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 04-10-2009
6,715
Posted By melias
look up the Man page for the "showmount" command....
look up the Man page for the "showmount" command. One of the options should do what you want.
Forum: Solaris 03-27-2009
5,995
Posted By melias
You'll also want to make sure your hostname.xxx...
You'll also want to make sure your hostname.xxx files do not specify a subnet in their ifconfig statements, or make the required changes there as well.
3,551
Posted By melias
Are you saying that you deleted /usr directory on...
Are you saying that you deleted /usr directory on your box?

If so, restore from backup is going to be your solution.
Forum: Solaris 03-24-2009
1,986
Posted By melias
crontab -e
crontab -e
6,273
Posted By melias
whoami command will tell you who you are logged...
whoami command will tell you who you are logged in as.

try using the "who" command on the remote server to see a list of currently logged in users. The "last" command will also provide user login...
Forum: Solaris 03-15-2009
8,660
Posted By melias
I'd have expected this behaviour to be the way it...
I'd have expected this behaviour to be the way it was designed.
Thinking about it, you're forcing the user to change their password, but how do you know that the correct user is changing the...
Forum: Solaris 03-06-2009
3,157
Posted By melias
You shouldn't cause too much trouble. Files in...
You shouldn't cause too much trouble. Files in the "other" group could be inaccessible, depending on permissions but none of these should be system critical anyway. Personally, I wouldn't worry about...
Forum: Solaris 02-24-2009
2,790
Posted By melias
No, you need 2 virtual interfaces for load...
No, you need 2 virtual interfaces for load balancing (active/active), as the data (or virtual) i.p. needs to bind to a dedicated physical NIC. With only a single VIP, you need to configure for an...
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2009
6,172
Posted By melias
You could also try to resolve the issue via FTP....
You could also try to resolve the issue via FTP. FTP login doesn't use a shell, so maybe you could pull the backup copy of passwd file, rename it back to it's correct name and then push it back to...
3,586
Posted By melias
Try running the script manually with sh -x and...
Try running the script manually with sh -x and you should be able to see where the problem is
Forum: Solaris 12-21-2008
7,414
Posted By melias
I'd suggest adding the path statement to your...
I'd suggest adding the path statement to your user's profile (in his/hers home directory), rather than adding it to /etc/profile as /etc/profile updates everybodies path statement. This way, if you...
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