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sure. i want to have a simple method of executing the output to an increment of 1 to 256 but in hexidecimal numbers.
My question is how do I on the fly, convert
the ouput of "seq 1 256" to it's...
11,599
Posted By JoeTheGuy
not exactly what i'm looking for and it actually...
not exactly what i'm looking for and it actually doesn't work on my system for some reason. oh well. thanks for the try.
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
that looks logical :)
that looks logical :)
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
sucks man. chances are you've allready finished...
sucks man. chances are you've allready finished long ago hehehe.
1,706
Posted By JoeTheGuy
you make a specfile and do rpmbuild -bb...
you make a specfile
and do rpmbuild -bb foo.spec

man rpmbuild might help

http://www.rpm.org/max-rpm/ might help

www.rpm.org might help

hope that helps
8,337
Posted By JoeTheGuy
i want to see about 20 lines of it :) that should...
i want to see about 20 lines of it :) that should do just fine. I can probably hack something up for you if you show me 20 lines of the file. . .
8,337
Posted By JoeTheGuy
post some of that file you want parsed in here so...
post some of that file you want parsed in here so i can see the exact format and maybe i can work with that :)
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
try: echo -e "$variable" or printf...
try:

echo -e "$variable"

or

printf "$variable\n"
11,599
Posted By JoeTheGuy
AWK and hex sequences
for file in `seq 1 256`; do printf "\x$file -- $file" ; done ; printf "\n"

produces the wrong output.
I want to show the ascii codes but need to output
a hexidecimal number sequence.
I know I...
2,581
Posted By JoeTheGuy
wow! I used that command to play multiple wav...
wow! I used that command to play multiple wav files all at the same time through esd.

The result was scary!

for file in `slocate .wav`; do esdplay $file & done

uh huh huh huh huh huh
Forum: Cybersecurity 10-02-2002
2,356
Posted By JoeTheGuy
Personal Security
How can I be assured that my machine is secure against buffer overflows, remote packet sniffing, and brute force attacks?

Why does the internet have to be so scary? Why can't we all just get along?
18,514
Posted By JoeTheGuy
my method is more l337 lol
my method is more l337 lol
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
just a guess, but try ...
just a guess, but try

ORACLE_HOME="/u01/app/oracle/product/8.1.7";

Then echo the variable $ORACLE_HOME

hope that helps...

this might be different on some unix variants but i'm not sure....
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
Hey, cool. It works. It's kinda a heavy load but...
Hey, cool. It works. It's kinda a heavy load but it's effective. Thanks.
2,581
Posted By JoeTheGuy
basically what i mean is something like this in...
basically what i mean is something like this in terms of command execution

command excuted loads:
|____process-- a-|
|____process-- b-|____ * all same time
|____process-- c-|
...
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
Spawing multiple display processes from one shell.
Question: Suppose I want to, from the terminal, use a shell script that would do the display image.jpg command to load multiple images from a directory all at the same time. One terminal, and for...
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
That sounds suspicious. Are you trying to be an...
That sounds suspicious. Are you trying to be an 1337 hax0r
and sending out mass spam email with virus attachments?

If you are your a bad man. A bad man. . . (or a girl)
18,514
Posted By JoeTheGuy
I use RedHat too. Ok, since you cannot rpm...
I use RedHat too.

Ok, since you cannot rpm --erase apache.rpm
you have to use a basic shell operation.
basically one way to get rid of most of it is with these
commands (as root because you...
13,696
Posted By JoeTheGuy
A google search shellscript
This little doey allows you do fire up a google search right from your terminal.

---------------------------------------------------

#!/bin/sh
#(save me into the path as "google")
clear &&...
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
sorry heh. that last command i gave would be...
sorry heh. that last command i gave would be invalid.

uhm you would actually have to use a while loop to show download progress. ( this works for both directories and files alike )

while true ;...
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Posted By JoeTheGuy
disk usage for files
It's great when your downloading a file or set of files to use the command:

user@host(/)$ watch du -ak | grep ".ext"

heh.

(where .ext is the extension of the file you wish to monitor or even...
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