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Well, the general example would be: sed '1d'...
Well, the general example would be:
sed '1d' file > file1 && sed '$d' file1 > NoHeaderAndFooter but in your case it's EBCDIC file, so it's not a simple text file?
If it's the case of removing the...
Forum: Fedora 09-21-2011
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Posted By sysgate
These aren't typical users, but rather a...
These aren't typical users, but rather a processes that the system uses internally, for example, to shutdown the system - it will simply invoke the process of shutting down.

Also, generally users...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 09-21-2011
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Posted By sysgate
A bit of late reply, but I tried to stay away, as...
A bit of late reply, but I tried to stay away, as much as I could, from NFS overall, when we talk about large scales, RAC in our case.

From the manpage of mount_nfs:
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-21-2011
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Posted By sysgate
Some updates, though very personal: I barely have...
Some updates, though very personal: I barely have 8 people in my "circles" and none of them seem to be using the Plus exhaustively ...
I certainly can't tell that this is global trend, as I see...
Forum: Red Hat 09-12-2011
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Posted By sysgate
You can download the binary distribution for...
You can download the binary distribution for Linux directly from their site, for example 3.6 (http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all-older.html) and then update to 4.
Forum: Linux 08-12-2011
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Posted By sysgate
I don't think it's possible by default, or at...
I don't think it's possible by default, or at least I'm not aware of such method, unless specific logs are configured, or this action being traced on OS level, such as when an authorized person had...
Forum: Cybersecurity 08-12-2011
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Posted By sysgate
The answer will most likely depend on what the...
The answer will most likely depend on what the vendor has to offer, as some firewall can operate on Layer 4 and below, while others may even work on Layer 7 (application).
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 08-12-2011
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Posted By sysgate
This one (http://www.ajaxplorer.info/wordpress/)...
This one (http://www.ajaxplorer.info/wordpress/) has LDAP support, or at least they claim so. Actually, there are literally many of them, but only this one I was able to find to support LDAP.
Forum: Infrastructure Monitoring 08-12-2011
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Posted By sysgate
It will be better if you specify some...
It will be better if you specify some requirements or at least a particular UNIX flavor.
In general, besides Nagios, you can use Ganglia, Cacti, JFFNMS etc.
Forum: Linux 08-05-2011
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Posted By sysgate
Well, if you download the .rpm package and...
Well, if you download the .rpm package and install via "rpm -i package" instead of -U (upgrade) the old one should be kept, in case you want to deinstall the latest.
Forum: Red Hat 08-04-2011
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Posted By sysgate
What is your definition of remote and local? In...
What is your definition of remote and local? In terms of IP addresses, or some other meaning?
Also, confirming from where? What is your role on that particular server, root, perhaps?

Depending...
Forum: Cybersecurity 08-02-2011
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Posted By sysgate
Sorry, I'm not going to download all these web...
Sorry, I'm not going to download all these web resources, just to check what they might possibly do. It's some sort of root access acquisition attempt or similar, but what's most important is that...
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Posted By sysgate
I doubt that the problem is in the script itself,...
I doubt that the problem is in the script itself, as you mentioned it has been running for a long time, so assuming no one has changed it, the problem is actually in the database, considering also...
Forum: Cybersecurity 08-01-2011
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Posted By sysgate
Lots of ideas, actually, but not knowing details...
Lots of ideas, actually, but not knowing details doesn't help.
Ask your web hosting for assistance, but first start looking at your website, especially the places where there's user input.
Forum: Red Hat 07-29-2011
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Posted By sysgate
It's probably Http File Server, but it looks like...
It's probably Http File Server, but it looks like it's available only for Windows or under WINE.
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 07-29-2011
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Posted By sysgate
netstat is probably the best way to go. Use some...
netstat is probably the best way to go. Use some combination of grep-ing for certain patterns, like obvious connection strings, port number, etc.
For example:
netstat -na | grep 1521 should...
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Posted By sysgate
I forgot to add - make sure you have sufficient...
I forgot to add - make sure you have sufficient privileges, like owning the proper files, like the ones in /var/run, etc, just as well as /etc/hosts.allow
and /etc/hosts.deny do not prevent the...
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Posted By sysgate
Dear, I hope that's not the real password? Please...
Dear, I hope that's not the real password? Please edit your post to obscure any sensitive information.
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Posted By sysgate
I found this...
I found this (http://sourceforge.net/projects/hilite/), if it can help somehow, too.

Other than that, another, very simple example (from the WWW):
command 2> >(while read line; do echo -e...
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Posted By sysgate
Two possible options: 1. The remote host is...
Two possible options:
1. The remote host is simply not compatible with your client, or vice-versa;
2. You already have the key stored, but it has changed in the meantime - try deleting the key for...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-28-2011
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Posted By sysgate
Looking around my house, most of the electronic...
Looking around my house, most of the electronic stuff I own seem to be made by Samsung, and actually I haven't had a single complaint about their products so far. This is TV (2), Computer monitor,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-28-2011
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Posted By sysgate
Last time I checked, Myspace was awful, and I...
Last time I checked, Myspace was awful, and I don't want to torture my eyes again, as well as my browser.

I actually like Google+, it's far more neater than Facebook, there are no virtual cows,...
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Posted By sysgate
As far as I was able to understand, the...
As far as I was able to understand, the lwp-request can exists as a separate tool from Perl, here's an example (http://www.cybton.com/view_thread,FritzBox+_+lwp_request,26152,1.html) of using it in a...
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Posted By sysgate
Well, generally "nohup" would help you when...
Well, generally "nohup" would help you when exiting your terminal session that the script will continue to run, perhaps in conjunction with background &, while sending the output, by default, to...
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Posted By sysgate
The answer will depend on your flavor of...
The answer will depend on your flavor of Linux/UNIX, but in general:
It's not a good practice to add a user to root group.
Instead, create a sudo entry for the wheel group in /etc/sudoers.
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