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Posted By bbutler3295
Oh i must have missed that
MBR is that good for array's ?
5,044
Posted By bbutler3295
NTFS
Ok not once did i hear, what kind of file system this guy was running on his XP machine, or maybe i miss read well if it was NTFS ther are easyer ways... and that dos utility would be useless..
4,738
Posted By bbutler3295
Crontab
Is this somthing you want done on a regular basis?
3,980
Posted By bbutler3295
Auto Boot
Ok when i reboot my machine its a pain in the A** i do not have a monitor on it and i know its going to eventualy ask me to type
BOot and then its going to ask me if i want to interact with...
2,032
Posted By bbutler3295
No its fine now
I found somebody that has the same system and they sent me a copy of there login file and i changed the permission's on it and now it works find .... but i was praying there for a second...
2,032
Posted By bbutler3295
login problem
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HP-UX HPUX11I B.11.11 U 9000/778 (tb)

telnetd: /usr/bin/login: No such file or directory

Ok im currently logged into the machine and dont plan on logging out i found this out when i went...
Forum: IP Networking 03-21-2002
5,656
Posted By bbutler3295
Windows Configuration
how is your windows machine configured? wow i have spent many of nites before tests trying to find the information clearly explained like manderson19 did nice job and you were right on the money....
2,804
Posted By bbutler3295
whoops
i did not even read what you posted before i answerd you, well what are the permissions of the sh_history do you even have read....?
2,804
Posted By bbutler3295
Thanks
Oh and i just wanted to let everyone know i am thankfull that i can give the answer to my own post, and i owe that thanks to THEKID, AND SHIBZ... and to everyone that has ever come up with and answer...
2,804
Posted By bbutler3295
Tail user
well i found this file in user's home directory
/home/%username% .sh_history
In any case i would do the following

more /home/%username%/.sh_history
or
cd /home/%username%
more .sh_history...
Forum: HP-UX 03-20-2002
10,413
Posted By bbutler3295
fstyp
# fstyp /dev/dsk/c1t2d0
unknown_fstyp (no matches)

ok now im guessing here but this commad was to identify the file system type of the cd....

Thanks again...
BB
Forum: HP-UX 03-20-2002
10,413
Posted By bbutler3295
will let you know when i get home from work...
will let you know when i get home from work tonight..
Forum: HP-UX 03-19-2002
10,413
Posted By bbutler3295
# mount -F hfs /dev/dsk/c1t2d0 /SD_CDROM ...
# mount -F hfs /dev/dsk/c1t2d0 /SD_CDROM
/dev/dsk/c1t2d0: unrecognized file system



# pfs_mount /dev/dsk/c1t2d0 /SD_CDROM
pfs_mount: giving up on /SD_CDROM

i appreciate everyones help...
Forum: HP-UX 03-19-2002
10,413
Posted By bbutler3295
SD_CDROM
have mounted to both and still does not work
5,081
Posted By bbutler3295
X
Ok i logged into CDE and ran dtconfig -d from in there and it worked fine without a problem and then rebooted my machine and it X did not come back up thanks alot everyone
BB
5,081
Posted By bbutler3295
inittab
# more inittab
init:3:initdefault:
ioin::sysinit:/sbin/ioinitrc >/dev/console 2>&1
tape::sysinit:/sbin/mtinit > /dev/console 2>&1
muxi::sysinit:/sbin/dasetup </dev/console >/dev/console 2>&1 #...
2,804
Posted By bbutler3295
script, .sh_history
both of these methods work great thanks alot... saves me a lot of headaces....
5,081
Posted By bbutler3295
dtconfig -d
I have run dtconfig both ways that you are talking about and the result is the same..... but when i get home this evening i will check the other file....
thanks
BB
5,081
Posted By bbutler3295
$dtconfig -d
Message 1 " CDE configuration utility"
echo " "
Message 2 " $prg_name -d (disable auto-start)" $prg_name
Message 3 " $prg_name -e (enable auto-start)" $prg_name
Message...
5,081
Posted By bbutler3295
Disable X
Im sure this is somthing easy to do but i just can not figure it out where and how would i take X out of the boot for hp ux 11 i looked in the man's and nothing so maybe sombody could throw me a...
2,804
Posted By bbutler3295
Tail User
Ok i looked through quite a few posts but could not find what i was looking for so forgive me if this post can be found elese where...

I would like to use a command like tail view what users are...
Forum: HP-UX 03-16-2002
10,413
Posted By bbutler3295
ok its closed now
ok its closed now
Forum: HP-UX 03-16-2002
10,413
Posted By bbutler3295
Come on in try it for your self
68.37.56.138
login guest
password guest


device name
/dev/dsk/c1t2d0
mount point SD_ROM


will be open for about twenty minutes

all is fun with old machines
Forum: HP-UX 03-16-2002
10,413
Posted By bbutler3295
Reply
This the output and the command that i used



# pfs_mount /dev/dsk/c1t2d0 /SD_ROM
pfs_mount: giving up on /SD_ROM


tryed it a couple of diffrent ways.. but still no luck, i think its time...
13,323
Posted By bbutler3295
Thanks
cool that works
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