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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
We have a job which writes files to a server at a particular time. The files will be created by a particular user ID
Today, during the execution of the job, it created a file to the server and the file sat on the server for sometime, but was deleted immediately at the end of the... (4 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi Folks ,
I am asking this question but i apologise please if this is not the correct forum ,
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Please can you help me with the following issue:
A certain vendor installed an application in which for a user to log in; the user must use a user created/predefined by the application. And because this application has more than one user its difficult to track who did what and when,... (6 Replies)
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Need some help in coming up to log all the activity that is used with our common "unix account".
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5. UNIX and Linux Applications
I am trying to add a user to my SVN server that can only access one of about a dozen repositories I have set up. Here are the files that I think need changed and what I have set them to. No matter what I try with these files I am unable to see the results I am after. In the end I want this new... (0 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
What commands would you recommend in order to monitor things like when a user logs on to a server, assuming you know that user's name on the server? (2 Replies)
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First post so bear with me....i've done lost of searches on this and did not find a definitive answer.
I need to be able to capture in log every single keystroke a user performs, I am aware that the script command can be used to do this, however, here is my dilemma/problem.
Here... (1 Reply)
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have been asked if it is possible to track the last time a specific user logged in to the sysetm.
checked my documentation but can't see it there - google is not being very helpful either.
I wonder if someone here can help - it will be much appreciated.
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9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I administer a NetBSD (1.6.2) server that receives remote logins over telnet with users running Csh. I wish to be able to occasionally bring up exactly what these users are doing. Echoing their consoles to mine would be ideal, but I cannot find any information on how this would be... (1 Reply)
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10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Does anybody know how to force a user to automatically logoff a UNIX session if there is no keyboard activity for a period of time? We use COBOL and there is a BEFORE TIME option on the ACCEPT command, however, we do not want to change the many programs we have to detect this.
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DXmSvnDisableDisplay - Temporarily disables the SVN widget from generating a display.
Widget widget );
The identifier (widget ID) of the SVN widget.
The DXmSvnDisableDisplay routine allows your application to make changes to the SVN widget without the user making additional changes. For
example, the DXmSvnDisableDisplay routine must be called when the user has selected to either expand or collapse an entry in the structure.
No further user actions will be processed (because the SVN widget is temporarily disabled) until that expand or collapse operation has been
completed and the DXmSvnEnableDisplay routine has been called (which re-enables the SVN widget and makes the changes visible to the user).
The kinds of changes that can be implemented while the widget is disabled include the following: Calling the DXmSvnSelectAll or DXmSvn-
ClearSelections routine to change selections Calling the DXmSvnAddEntries or DXmSvnDeleteEntries routine to change the underlying structure
Changing the appearance of an entry (adding highlighting or sensitivity, for example)
This routine is required only when the changes are not in response to an SVN callback. (The SVN widget automatically disables the SVN wid-
get prior to issuing the callback and automatically enables the widget upon return.)