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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Buggy Code
As Jedi states there are various bugs, I'm no awk expert but I think the line:
echo "$k"
should read:
echo "$k" > file1
so that the awk(1) (http://linux.die.net/man/1/awk) command has something...
Forum: Solaris 01-17-2011
11,463
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The mention of OpenSolaris (normally run on...
The mention of OpenSolaris (normally run on Intel/AMD processors) confused me.
Once you are logged on single user mode you can then install the boot block onto the cloned disk...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 01-16-2011
5,441
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The following $ find . -type f -exec grep -l...
The following
$ find . -type f -exec grep -l string {} \;
Will list all the file in the current directory and in sub-directories containing the string.
Forum: Solaris 01-16-2011
11,463
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
I am not familiar with Solaris for...
I am not familiar with Solaris for Intel/OpenSolaris but presumably you may boot up into single user mode by doing something at the grub stage (See Boot OpenSolaris into Single User Mode Mike Gerdts...
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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
If you use wireshark ( Wireshark Go deep....
If you use wireshark ( Wireshark Go deep. (http://www.wireshark.org/) ) to look at the network traffic while using curl you can check for yourself...
Forum: Cybersecurity 01-07-2011
2,679
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The "per domain" certificate may be your root CA...
The "per domain" certificate may be your root CA certificate?
1. The certificate can be used for various services on the one server, with the proviso below.
2. The host name in the certificate...
3,062
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
If the script has not been changed then the fault...
If the script has not been changed then the fault will lie at the Windows end, either the rsh service has been disabled or a firewall is blocking the rsh port into the Windows machines. Installing...
Forum: Solaris 01-07-2011
6,697
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Sounds like the mail protocol needs to be...
Sounds like the mail protocol needs to be configured, e.g. pop3 or smtp?
The following:
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11857_01/em.111/e16790/notification.htm#BABJFFCJ
covers email...
2,560
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The error is in line 29 of your script and is...
The error is in line 29 of your script and is presumably because you need spaces between [[ and "$ERRORCOUNT" (which would be better written as "${ERRORCOUNT}" while you are at it) and also between ...
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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
https://www.unix.com/homework-coursework-questions/...
https://www.unix.com/homework-coursework-questions/113751-rules-homework-coursework-questions-forum.html
Forum: Gentoo 01-07-2011
11,702
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The command required to cause the cluster to...
The command required to cause the cluster to failover depends on what clustering software you are using?
How do you know it is a clustered system?
Do you know any commands, like for instance the...
Forum: Solaris 05-07-2010
3,609
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
I presume there is not actually a space between...
I presume there is not actually a space between the ./ and the Installhdlm?

I do not know the product but assume that Installhdlm is a script, run:

# file ./Installhdlm

The response will...
Forum: Solaris 05-01-2010
1,850
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Take a look at how you can make the DHCP NFS...
Take a look at how you can make the DHCP NFS export the relevant filesystem to the other server (see womewhere like: Linux Networking Implementing NFS Tutorial...
Forum: Solaris 05-01-2010
3
NFS
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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
There are numerous ways of showing NFS mounts,...
There are numerous ways of showing NFS mounts, here are a few ideas:


df -kl


will show local mounts, therefore the extra mounts listed:


df -k

will be NFS...
Forum: HP-UX 05-01-2010
5,636
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
You say the CPU load is low but according to the...
You say the CPU load is low but according to the CPU summary from the top output you have given us there is not much spare CPU capacity:

when you look at the idle columns...

I find running...
Forum: Ubuntu 04-09-2010
1,431
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Perhaps your graphics card is not supported? ...
Perhaps your graphics card is not supported?

What is your computer, what is your graphics card?

Do you have and indication of drivers for your graphics card e.g.
1. In /proc...
Forum: Solaris 04-09-2010
5,267
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The normal route would be to get a new license...
The normal route would be to get a new license from the software vendors if you have had to change the host running the license server, just as you would each time you upgrade the software.
Forum: Solaris 04-09-2010
11,061
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Check what you have set in /etc/TIMEZONE...
Check what you have set in /etc/TIMEZONE (https://www.unix.com/man-page/OpenSolaris/4/TIMEZONE/)
Forum: Solaris 04-09-2010
2,566
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
One would normally check one of the Solaris...
One would normally check one of the Solaris Hardware Compatibility Lists, they can found from this page:
Solaris OS: Hardware Compatibility Lists (http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/hcl/)

This page...
Forum: Red Hat 04-05-2010
6,456
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
I thought the encrypted password was generated...
I thought the encrypted password was generated using crypt(3) (https://www.unix.com/man-page/Linux/3/crypt/), see:
Man Page for shadow (Linux Section 5) - The UNIX and Linux Forums...
1,093
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Have you got the env perl module...
Have you got the env perl module (http://search.cpan.org/%7Edapm/perl-5.10.1/lib/Env.pm) installed?
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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The command that will help you is resize the man...
The command that will help you is resize the man page is at:
Man Page for resize (Linux Section 1) - The UNIX and Linux Forums (https://www.unix.com/man-page/Linux/1/resize/)
1,093
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Suggest you take a look at: Environment...
Suggest you take a look at:
Environment variables in Perl / use Env (http://www.wellho.net/mouth/1705_Environment-variables-in-Perl-use-Env.html)
Forum: Web Development 04-02-2010
2,338
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The usual system to use for log file rotation on...
The usual system to use for log file rotation on Linux is logrotate the man page (https://www.unix.com/man-page/All/8/logrotate/) even includes an example entry for dealing with apache log file...
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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Agreed, sorry got the "\;" at the end from memory...
Agreed, sorry got the "\;" at the end from memory wrong!
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