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Forum: Red Hat 04-20-2016
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No, it is not possible so while preserving the...
No, it is not possible so while preserving the existing data in situ. You will have to backup and restore the data.
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If GNU diff is available to you, you could use...
If GNU diff is available to you, you could use the --brief option to do what you want.
Forum: Red Hat 03-21-2016
16,684
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
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 03-21-2016
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Posted By fpmurphy
As far as I know, no. Avahi was not designed...
As far as I know, no. Avahi was not designed with security as a priority.
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Somehow, both of your network interfaces are not...
Somehow, both of your network interfaces are not configured correctly. For example both are missing the UP flag and only one has a MAC address. Without seeing your VM configuration, it is hard to...
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Posted By fpmurphy
Why the pipe to the second find? Does not...
Why the pipe to the second find? Does not appear to make any sense.
Forum: Solaris 03-12-2016
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Posted By fpmurphy
The general rule of thumb for Windows and any...
The general rule of thumb for Windows and any other operating system sharing the same disk is to install Windows first. This is because most versions of Windows OSes assume that all devices and all...
Forum: Solaris 03-12-2016
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Posted By fpmurphy
You did not give a boot environment argument,...
You did not give a boot environment argument, i.e. New_zfs, to luactivate.
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Posted By fpmurphy
With FTP, unless you are transferring text files,...
With FTP, unless you are transferring text files, always use binary mode.
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Posted By fpmurphy
There are many ways to achieve what you want to...
There are many ways to achieve what you want to do. Here is one way using awk:

awk 'BEGIN {NUM=0}; /xml version="1.0"/ {NUM++; filename=NUM".xml"}; {print >filename}' infile.xml


If you...
Forum: Web Development 03-03-2016
3,283
Posted By fpmurphy
This should help you:...
This should help you: https://wiki.centos.org/Cloud/Docker
Forum: Programming 03-03-2016
16,893
Posted By fpmurphy
Invalid loop count. Change for (j = 0; j...
Invalid loop count. Change

for (j = 0; j < 23; j++) {

to

for (j = 0; j < 22; j++) {
Forum: Programming 02-18-2016
1,202
Posted By fpmurphy
Have you tried # yum list all
Have you tried

# yum list all
Forum: Solaris 02-12-2016
4,102
Posted By fpmurphy
Yes. You will only get the same hash if both...
Yes. You will only get the same hash if both files are IDENTICAL in every way.
Forum: Red Hat 01-28-2016
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Posted By fpmurphy
Have you looked at Spacewalk? It the free version...
Have you looked at Spacewalk? It the free version of Red Hat Satellite.
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Posted By fpmurphy
There is no standard command to list certificates...
There is no standard command to list certificates on a platform.
Forum: Programming 01-22-2016
2,067
Posted By fpmurphy
char a[8]; c = sizeof(a); strncpy( a, b, c );...
char a[8];
c = sizeof(a);
strncpy( a, b, c );

If optimization is enabled, GCC will optimize away the second line of this code.
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Posted By fpmurphy
Yes, you can use you original Windows 8 install...
Yes, you can use you original Windows 8 install media. Just boot into repair mode and run chkdsk.
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Posted By fpmurphy
Why are you using heredoc syntax if you do not...
Why are you using heredoc syntax if you do not wish to the shell to interpret the heredoc syntax? What am I missing? If you do not want the shell to interpret the output, redirect the output...
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Posted By fpmurphy
There are quite a few Python ASN.1 parsers and...
There are quite a few Python ASN.1 parsers and decoders available. Do an Internet search for "ASN.1 Python parser" or "ASN.1 Python decoder."
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Posted By fpmurphy
Depends on whether you have account management...
Depends on whether you have account management auditing enabled or not. Look in you security event logs.
Forum: SuSE 12-24-2015
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Posted By fpmurphy
Sounds like a GRUB2 problem. Some sort of...
Sounds like a GRUB2 problem. Some sort of hardware initialization or incompatibility problem. Might be worth trying a later version of SLES.
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Something like this (in Linux) 0/2 11-23 * *...
Something like this (in Linux)

0/2 11-23 * * * /path/to/your/script
0/2 0-4 * * * /path/to/your/script


Your script then needs to contain logic to check the current time and not run to...
Forum: Red Hat 12-16-2015
2,127
Posted By fpmurphy
Probably because a crontab entry does not inherit...
Probably because a crontab entry does not inherit or preserve the user's environment.

You need to explicitly set all of your environment such as PATH, etc. in your crontab script.
Forum: Solaris 11-27-2015
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Posted By fpmurphy
As far as I recall you just need to remove or...
As far as I recall you just need to remove or comment out the rwcommunity and rocommunity entries in snmpd.conf
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