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Forum: Solaris 06-08-2018
773
Posted By citaylor
SunPC Software
Evening...I acquired a SparcStation 2 today, and found to my surprise it has a Sun PC Accelerator 486/DX 25 card !!!
I dont suppose anyone would know where I could get the SunPC software (dont mind...
Forum: Solaris 02-22-2011
14,937
Posted By citaylor
depending on the O/S....ed, sed, emacs, umeacs,...
depending on the O/S....ed, sed, emacs, umeacs, jed, vim, awk, perl...
could you give us more info ?
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Posted By citaylor
Most UNIX/Linux have file ACL's these days. If...
Most UNIX/Linux have file ACL's these days. If you can tell us what O/S you are using we can advise you on their implementation of file Access Control Lists.

Thx.
Forum: Solaris 02-08-2011
5,873
Posted By citaylor
are the disks the same geometry (make, model,...
are the disks the same geometry (make, model, size, etc) ?
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 01-30-2011
3,311
Posted By citaylor
In my experience there was a definite trend over...
In my experience there was a definite trend over the last 5-10 years of doing the documentation and similar chores after the design and development. In these days of "agile programming" developers...
Forum: Solaris 01-30-2011
27,661
Posted By citaylor
Did you do an "svcadm clear" between disable and...
Did you do an "svcadm clear" between disable and enable ? I was under the impression this was required to clear maintenance mode.
Forum: Programming 01-29-2011
1,302
Posted By citaylor
You set the array pointer to the beginning of the...
You set the array pointer to the beginning of the array, and then the while loop loops through until one of the array elements is "0". If the first element was "0" then "array_ptr - array" would be...
5,342
Posted By citaylor
That may erroneously match files that contain the...
That may erroneously match files that contain the name "dir1" or "dir2"...
Forum: Solaris 01-29-2011
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3,138
Posted By citaylor
erm...I was under the impression that Solaris...
erm...I was under the impression that Solaris puts its syslog files in /var/adm...I thought only Linux used /var/log.
Check your /etc/syslog*.conf configuration file.

Cheers.
Forum: Red Hat 01-29-2011
63,366
Posted By citaylor
Hmmm... "od -c" ?
Hmmm... "od -c" ?
Forum: SuSE 01-29-2011
3,675
Posted By citaylor
Hiya....there are some very general statements...
Hiya....there are some very general statements there, and we probably need to delve a bit more deeply. Can you first post the exact spec of the solaris machine you have ?
What version of Solaris?...
5,352
Posted By citaylor
make > log 2>&1 if [ "$?" -ne 0 ]; then ...
make > log 2>&1
if [ "$?" -ne 0 ]; then
echo "Build failed"
cat log
fi
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Posted By citaylor
That doesnt seem to leave the double newline...
That doesnt seem to leave the double newline between records
2,432
Posted By citaylor
Have you downloaded the IO::Tty package and...
Have you downloaded the IO::Tty package and installed it in your local library dir ?
Download the IO::Tty source, unpack it and go into the directory and type:

perl Makefile.PL...
1,371
Posted By citaylor
Awk (and sed for that matter) never cease to...
Awk (and sed for that matter) never cease to amaze me...
I always write too much of a "program" when I do mine...

Couple of small issues - dont know if they're a problem.
Field separator of...
1,371
Posted By citaylor
Well, if your interested anyway... awk -F\| '{...
Well, if your interested anyway...
awk -F\| '{ for(i=1;i < NF;i++) { if(i > 1) printf("|"); printf("%s",$i); } print ""; }' infile
1,371
Posted By citaylor
cut -d\| -f -12 infile ---------- Post...
cut -d\| -f -12 infile

---------- Post updated at 04:16 PM ---------- Previous update was at 04:15 PM ----------

Sorry...just noticed the title - does it have to be in awk ?
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Posted By citaylor
How about: sed -e 's/$/\n/g' -e 's/:/\n/g'...
How about:
sed -e 's/$/\n/g' -e 's/:/\n/g' infile
5,342
Posted By citaylor
find . -type d \( -name "dir1" -o -name "dir2" \)...
find . -type d \( -name "dir1" -o -name "dir2" \) -prune -o -name "*.nc" -type f -exec gzip -v {} \;
3,223
Posted By citaylor
Ah...the header info isnt quite right. Compare...
Ah...the header info isnt quite right.
Compare them against one of the existing services that are in /etc/init.d
Make sure the name of the script and the "Provides" line is also correct.
An...
3,223
Posted By citaylor
Hmmm...the header on the init.d/trac says startup...
Hmmm...the header on the init.d/trac says startup on runlevel 2, but the list says it isnt. Do you need to re-run "insserv" ? That should read the header and make the desired changes
3,223
Posted By citaylor
What does "chkconfig --list | grep trac" give you...
What does "chkconfig --list | grep trac" give you ?
3,223
Posted By citaylor
I would use the example init.d scripts that come...
I would use the example init.d scripts that come with trac (http://www.guyrutenberg.com/2008/06/04/start-trac-on-startup-initd-script-for-tracd/)
and one similar to this one for svn server...
Forum: Programming 01-27-2011
6,903
Posted By citaylor
My main job for the last 10 years or so is...
My main job for the last 10 years or so is porting different low level security apps to UNIX platforms. AIX is almost always the "difficult" one. Everything is always implemented differently. I...
Forum: Programming 01-27-2011
6,903
Posted By citaylor
Yep...thats what my comment about "rpath" was...
Yep...thats what my comment about "rpath" was about...If I remember you need -blibpath as well...

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