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Posted By theninja
Depends on the *NIX version. What OS are you...
Depends on the *NIX version. What OS are you running and what is $INSTALLDIR pointing to itajooba?
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Posted By theninja
Assuming $INSTALLDIR is /bin and you have a open...
Assuming $INSTALLDIR is /bin and you have a open root session, run the same command with 755. After that you can tighten permissions as needed.
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Posted By theninja
I believe your auto.master file should read ...
I believe your auto.master file should read
/nethome /etc/auto.nethome --timeout=300
not
/nethome /etc.auto.nethome --timeout=300
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Posted By theninja
in addition to bipinajith response the...
in addition to bipinajith response

the output from your diff means the fist file in the diff command has a blank line in it that the seconf file does not.


from the diff man page.....
the...
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Posted By theninja
find-pw.dat is a manually created file containing...
find-pw.dat is a manually created file containing every possible spelling of the word.
Not sure what they teach in india, I was taught that many years ago when I started in Unix by an old white guy....
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Posted By theninja
I got this to work, however it takes forever to...
I got this to work, however it takes forever to run. This isn't what it sounds like methyl :)


for i in `cat find-pw.dat`
do
find / -type f -exec grep $i= {} \; >> out.log
done


Thanks...
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Posted By theninja
Search entire system for files containing certain word(s)
I am trying to create a script that will report (email and ftp results) on any file, system wide, that has the word password= in it. (and any variation of password=). Basicaly looking for any plain...
Forum: HP-UX 12-21-2010
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Posted By theninja
A quick read of the man page answered my...
A quick read of the man page answered my question......

0 0 1,15 * 1 command

would run command on the first and fifteenth days of each month, as well as every Monday. To specify days by...
Forum: HP-UX 12-21-2010
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Posted By theninja
[Solved] crontab issue "day of week"
Is there an issue with running a cron entry like the below entries?

0 2 21 12 2 cd /usr/local/bin;./cksecurity.sh -f /home/theninja/security.dat21

I wanted this to run on Tues at 2am, which it...
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Posted By theninja
Doh!, didn't even think about that. I took out...
Doh!, didn't even think about that.
I took out the DST altogether and i works fine.

Thanks methyl
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Posted By theninja
Listing tomorrows date
I am writing a script to strip data from a log, strip last month and empty the log for the comming month. It works great at the moment, but during testing I decided to change the date to 12/31 and...
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Posted By theninja
use the find command to find the file(s) and...
use the find command to find the file(s) and remove them....

find *whci_Access.txt -mtime +10 -exec rm {} \;

this will find all files with the name *whci_Access.txt older than 10 days and...
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Posted By theninja
open the file in vi and get rid of the ^M with...
open the file in vi and get rid of the ^M with the following

:%s/(ctrl-v)(ctrl-m)//g
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Posted By theninja
Let me google that for you...
Let me google that for you (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=suse+manual+ip+config)
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Posted By theninja
not sure if this will help you or not, but this...
not sure if this will help you or not, but this is how I send attachments from unix.........

mail userr@host.com < filename.txt

this doesn't actually send as an attachment, but puts the content...
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Posted By theninja
Thanks for that link Perderabo, zap is what he...
Thanks for that link Perderabo, zap is what he used to say. "zap the file". Now I can stop thinking about it.
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Posted By theninja
What do you call the > thingy in context of the shell?
I can't for the life of me remember what the name is for ">"
My mentor told it to me 20 years ago and I can't remember it now. I know we like to call it re-direct, but there was a name othere than...
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Posted By theninja
I just went through this myself, built a HTPC for...
I just went through this myself, built a HTPC for the living room. nixnoobb hit it, you have to install shh server (sudo apt-get install openssh-server) start it (sudo service ssh start) then enable...
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Posted By theninja
This is what I use to get tomorrrows date.... ...
This is what I use to get tomorrrows date....
TZ=CST-24 date +"%m %d %Y"
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Posted By theninja
I needed to run a script on the last day of the...
I needed to run a script on the last day of the month as well. This is what I use....

#! /bin/ksh
# script to check for tomorrows date, usefull for running
# processes on certain day of the...
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Posted By theninja
After some playing around I came up with this. I...
After some playing around I came up with this. I know this isn't the best solution, but it works.
#!/usr/bin/ksh

export PATH=$PATH:/usr/contrib/bin
export LogDir=$1
export Days=$2
date=$(date...
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Posted By theninja
Log rotation script
I have the below script to help with disk space cleanup that finds logs older than a specified number of days (say 10 days). I need it to grab "active" logs as well. Problem is an "active log" will...
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Posted By theninja
trimm up the decimal places in output
I have a perl script that reports the avg time of a application call and the total number of calls. This works fine, however I would like to trim the number of decimal places reported from 12 to like...
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Posted By theninja
Thanks for the replies, I was able to get it...
Thanks for the replies,

I was able to get it to work with the following...

open OUTER_HANDLE,"userids" or die "$!:$?";
while (<OUTER_HANDLE>) {
@userData = split;
...
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Posted By theninja
split whitespace help
I have a file that I am spliting and parsing, if data starts with an N/n toos it (which works) but I want it to also see if the data is blank and toss it.

What I have does not toss the blank space...
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