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Thanx Works perfect
Thanx

Works perfect
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Inputfile for shell-script
I want to use an inputfile for a shell-script

Inputfile consists 10 lines
In the script variables have to be filled with these lines
$1 must be line 1
$2 must be line 2
and so on

How do I...
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In the first case it looks like your backuptape...
In the first case it looks like your backuptape is write-protected.

Second case check your authorisation for /usr/lpp/CPfw1-41/log/fwtestlog.sh
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Pico is more userfriendly. Vi is more...
Pico is more userfriendly.

Vi is more powerfull but has a steep learningcurve.

It's up to you on what you like the most.
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You have to mount the CD-ROM on your filesystem ...
You have to mount the CD-ROM on your filesystem

eg: mount /dev/cdrom /cdrom

In this case you can access your cd-rom by going to the /cdrom directory.

read the man-pages on mount
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It's no problem to install a Linux version and...
It's no problem to install a Linux version and W98. Just make some partitions and you should be allright.

Linux comes with a bootmanager (LILO) so thats no problem.

Which Linux verion?? I'm...
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Posted By cns
First check you /etc/passwd for uid and gid. ...
First check you /etc/passwd for uid and gid.
uid Should be unique. gid should be the gid you want the user to be part of.

Then make the user using the useradd command


useradd -u [uid] -g...
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I had the same sort of problem while installing...
I had the same sort of problem while installing Solaris on my Intel Laptop. I had to try many different drivers and hope for the good one. So it looks like trial-and-error. And many error :)
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Posted By cns
Indeed. Forgot about that :)
Indeed. Forgot about that :)
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First hit the [Esc] key, then the [-] key to...
First hit the [Esc] key, then the [-] key to retrieve the previous command. You can hit the [-] key again and again to retrieve the previous commands.

To edit the retrieved command your...
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Posted By cns
You can make your own .profile and put it in a...
You can make your own .profile and put it in a different directory.
When you logon you should go to this directory and give the following command

. ./.profile

By doing this you load your own...
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There are a lot of theories on how big you should...
There are a lot of theories on how big you should make you swap partition. Some say 2x your RAM, some say 3x your RAM. It also depends on how big your RAM is.
If it is 256Mb then I would choose 2x...
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There is no way of retreiving a deleted file. ...
There is no way of retreiving a deleted file.

When you delete a file the inode becomes free. Usually this inode will be used for the first new file which is created. So retrieving is not an option...
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Here is a lot of general information and a...
Here is a lot of general information and a beginner-level introduction to UNIX

Geek-girl (http://www.geek-girl.com/unix.html)

Good Luck
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Just use Partitionmagic or fdisk to partition...
Just use Partitionmagic or fdisk to partition your harddisk. I think u can use Partitionmagic to make the partition ready for another operating system.

Then boot Linux from CD. In the installer...
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