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Forum: IP Networking 03-01-2010
15,837
Posted By pludi
Ok, lets take it one column at a time: Proto...
Ok, lets take it one column at a time:
Proto is the protocol used. tcp and udp should be pretty self-explanatory. icm is short for ICMP, which is a network control protocol (pings use ICMP...
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Posted By pludi
Allow me to use your first post as reference ...
Allow me to use your first post as reference

remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset disp...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 06-10-2012
3,169
Posted By pludi
Taken from #protolol...
Taken from #protolol (http://attrition.org/misc/ee/protolol.txt)
31,822
Posted By pludi
Nope :D (Red: grep; Blue: sort; Green: uniq) ...
Nope :D (Red: grep; Blue: sort; Green: uniq)

$ cat test_1
cdge-b-pas02.com 10.12.10.12
cdge-c-pas03.com 10.12.10.50
edge-a-pas01.com 10.12.10.11
cdge-d-pas03.com 10.12.10.10
edge-c-pas03.com...
11,441
Posted By pludi
It's fixed. Basically, what a consultant told us...
It's fixed. Basically, what a consultant told us was that we were lucky it did even last that long, as both the configuration for dm-multipath and the EMC storage were off. I don't know what exactly...
Forum: Linux 06-21-2012
19,083
Posted By pludi
chander: Yes, vmnet0 is already set to briged,...
chander: Yes, vmnet0 is already set to briged, but your VM isn't using vmnet0 but vmnet8. Change the settings for the virtual NIC (not for the network) and try again.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 06-10-2012
941
Posted By pludi
Destroy All Software on strange language behaviour
I'll just leave this here (https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/wat)
912
Posted By pludi
This should do it: #!/usr/bin/perl -w use...
This should do it:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w

use strict;
use warnings;

while ( my $line = <> ) {
chomp $line;
my ( $key, $value ) = ( $line =~ /^(.*?)=(.*)$/g );
my %hash = map { $_...
1,977
Posted By pludi
The link itkamaraj posted works. Yours doesn't...
The link itkamaraj posted works. Yours doesn't because you used the shortened version. If Youtube is blocked, here (https://www.unix.com/misc.php?do=bbcode#code)'s the description of the tag.
Forum: HP-UX 03-09-2012
1,943
Posted By pludi
Download the matching depot here...
Download the matching depot here (http://hpux.connect.org.uk/hppd/hpux/Gnu/findutils-4.4.2/)
Use sam to install.
Forum: Red Hat 03-09-2012
6,443
Posted By pludi
Oh, that's easy. dm-0 corresponds to the logical...
Oh, that's easy. dm-0 corresponds to the logical volume VolGroup00-LogVol00. Since you have only one disk, and only one VG, it's the internal disk.
1,603
Posted By pludi
It's pretty simple with sed:$ cat test.txt Line...
It's pretty simple with sed:$ cat test.txt
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4
Line 5
$ sed -ne '3,$p' test.txt
Line 3
Line 4
Line 5
Forum: AIX 03-08-2012
1,454
Posted By pludi
No. AIX only runs on PowerPC hardware. And even...
No. AIX only runs on PowerPC hardware. And even if it could run on Intel-compatible hardware you'd still need a license to run it as there's no free/student version available.
8,598
Posted By pludi
mv *20120308* is translated by the shell (in your...
mv *20120308* is translated by the shell (in your case) to mv XXX_20120308.tar.Z XXX_20120308_COMPLETE due to shell expansion. So the .Z file is moved/renamed to XXX_20120308_COMPLETE, overwriting...
9,061
Posted By pludi
There's a neat little trick the shell allows you...
There's a neat little trick the shell allows you to use. Compare these 2 runs:
$ var=foo
$ cat << EOF
> echo $var
> EOF
echo foo
$ cat << 'EOF'
> echo $var
> EOF
echo $var
Forum: Solaris 03-06-2012
2,798
Posted By pludi
Your machine probably doesn't have a reverse DNS...
Your machine probably doesn't have a reverse DNS record, and OpenSSH by default checks for such a record. Add the lineUseDNS no anywhere in your sshd_config, reload the daemon, and it should work...
6,342
Posted By pludi
Let me guess, you just started at a new job. My...
Let me guess, you just started at a new job. My first idea as your boss would be to test how much of your resume is true, and how you handle new situations. So I'm going to ask you to do a job while...
6,763
Posted By pludi
Yes of course it's possible then. Download and...
Yes of course it's possible then. Download and install a virtualization solution of your choosing (VirtualBox (http://www.virtualbox.org/), VMware (http://www.vmware.com/products/player/), ...),...
Forum: IP Networking 11-23-2011
1,140
Posted By pludi
Some information you might need: I'd be very...
Some information you might need:
I'd be very interested to see where exactly you saw any suggestion in my post.
I won't "reply asap" since I don't have any special motivation for that. We're...
Forum: HP-UX 11-24-2011
6,374
Posted By pludi
Because if you run any command through -exec the...
Because if you run any command through -exec the files names are passed along one by one. So you're not doing ls -lrt *.tap, but ls -lrt ./ICTCDMOZ01AGOUT0280620111102151703.tap
ls -lrt...
Forum: Linux 11-24-2011
1,185
Posted By pludi
Do not post classroom or homework problems in the...
Do not post classroom or homework problems in the main forums. Homework and coursework questions can only be posted in this forum (https://www.unix.com/homework-coursework-questions/) under special...
Forum: Linux 11-18-2011
8,412
Posted By pludi
print really can't be found on most Linux...
print really can't be found on most Linux machines. An alternative would be rewriting that line to use printf or echo. Same with compress, the replacement would be gzip or bzip2.

And that you...
1,839
Posted By pludi
It's a simple typo: you declare and use void...
It's a simple typo: you declare and use void Output(int,int,int);, but defined is void Ouput(int nGround, int nPower, int nDecimal)
1,459
Posted By pludi
From man crontab: Read: specifying both a...
From man crontab:

Read: specifying both a date & a day of the week means the job will run on both occasions.
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Posted By pludi
First of all: what OS, what shell, ... Second:...
First of all: what OS, what shell, ...
Second: how about putting the line in a script?
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