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finding partition from LABEL
Hi,

I have the following line in my /etc/fstab file:

LABEL=/oracle/datafile /oracle/datafiles ext3 defaults 1 2

I commented the line out because at boot it complained of...
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
can you post more information like the part of...
can you post more information like the part of the script where the problem is coming from. Also make sure that any variables declared in your script are exported.
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The reason why you can't find many posts on this...
The reason why you can't find many posts on this is probably because it's a common tactic that spammers use, and the fact you mention that "batch file code would be awesome" suggests your intentions...
Forum: Linux 10-13-2007
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In response to point 1 that is configured in the...
In response to point 1 that is configured in the httpd.conf file. On a default install of Apache 2.X this file will be located at:
/usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf

There is a section in the...
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
perhaps I'm missing something obvious here but...
perhaps I'm missing something obvious here but surely you could just do something like follows:

1. Rename ps to ps_orig
2. Create a 2 line shell script called ps in the same directory as ps was...
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
/path/to/binary/ksh93 -r
/path/to/binary/ksh93 -r
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
software download selections...
software download selections (http://www.research.att.com/sw/download/)
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if you tried reading the man page for ps instead...
if you tried reading the man page for ps instead of bumping your own posts you might find the answer!


ps -U username u
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
yes.... if you really don't want anyone except...
yes.... if you really don't want anyone except root to be able to run top you could do


chmod 000 /usr/bin/top

but that's a little bit excessive!
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
ask your teacher
ask your teacher
Forum: Solaris 10-11-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
Test-PC:~ # ll /usr/sbin/sendmail -rwxr-xr-x 1...
Test-PC:~ # ll /usr/sbin/sendmail
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 18864 Sep 9 2005 /usr/sbin/sendmail

see what that returns
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
https://www.unix.com/tips-tutorials/19060-unix-file...
https://www.unix.com/tips-tutorials/19060-unix-file-permissions.html

might be a good starting point :b:
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 10-10-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
Visit Social Security Online...
Visit Social Security Online (http://www.ssa.gov/).
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 10-09-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
Hennessy XO.... excellent winter warmer and in my...
Hennessy XO.... excellent winter warmer and in my opinion the best Cognac out there for less than $200 a pop!
Forum: Programming 10-09-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
With the information provided I think the best...
With the information provided I think the best you're going to get are guesses. Might be worth taking a look at a good logging utility like log4c. You have the ability to pass all sorts of objects...
Forum: Programming 10-09-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
When you say SS7 do you mean Signaling System 7...
When you say SS7 do you mean Signaling System 7 as in the telephony signalling protocol?
Forum: Programming 10-09-2007
5,139
Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
not really a solution but more of a suggestion....
not really a solution but more of a suggestion. You'd probably have better luck porting your code to C#/J# if that's an option. As previously stated, you'll have problems when it comes to using...
Forum: Programming 10-09-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
After approximately 30 seconds of searching on...
After approximately 30 seconds of searching on google I found the answer to all 3 of your questions.

1 & 2) Add image to Button : Button : GUI Windows Form : C# / C Sharp examples (example source...
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
maybe use kill -9, not great practise but will...
maybe use kill -9, not great practise but will definately kill it. Might be worth creating a cron job to perform the command if it's something you're going to be doing on a regular basis for 10 hours.
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
more intelligent way of uninstalling a RPM
Hi all,

I'm writing an uninstaller for a bespoke piece of software that we deploy to our Linux terminals.

One of the packages we install is the JDK (Java Development Kit). Now over the years we...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 02-06-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
Hi there and welcome aboard. Lots of useful...
Hi there and welcome aboard. Lots of useful information here along with an extensive collection of solutions which can be found using the forum search options, and of course, plenty of knowledgable...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 01-29-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
In the original post the following phrase was...
In the original post the following phrase was used to describe the course "administration course outline for beginners assuming no experience"

To incorporate all the other elements of the training...
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
Possibly add a script like this into your...
Possibly add a script like this into your crontab. How often you want to run it in your crontab is entirely up to you and what you need this script to do...


#!/bin/bash
declare date=`date...
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
well I think you've answered your own question...
well I think you've answered your own question there. Usually if a reboot works then I would guess it's a resource issue too. If you have lots of scripts that are being executed there could be a...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 01-29-2007
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Posted By _Spare_Ribs_
I agree with Radar in that kernel compilation...
I agree with Radar in that kernel compilation should definitely be left for a more advanced course. A couple of other suggestions to the list might be basic shell scripting, also perhaps a brief...
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