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1. Red Hat
I have 2 RHEL 5.9 system where customized applications are running.
These 2 servers are with in a network (LAN) with each other.One application in say Server 1 can talk to another application in server 2 and vice versa.
The applications are exchanging data among each other.
Recently I am... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Anjan Ganguly
How to configure sudo in all unix boxes.
plz provide the step by step process.
Praveen (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: tv.praveenkumar
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.
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Discussion started by: giles.cardew
I would like to monitor the volume of Data that is transferred through a single port in AIX. I have nmon installed in my machine. What is the best possible solution for this problem.
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am really confused as to how to install a piece of software on Unix especially after having worked with Windows for over 10 years.
I see the tar.gz, tar.gz2 and rpm packages.
How do I install these things? Do I have to be a root to do this?
If its only the root, then how do users generally... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Legend986
6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Once upon a looong time ago I used to work with Unix systems - SGI mainly.
Now I've inherited 2 boxes - an SGI dual processor Octane and an Indigo2. For the past 2 years they've sat waiting for me to do something with them and never getting round to it.
I run a windows network at home so... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: JimmyChang
7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
does anyone have a script that can check the contents of the /tmp directory and for example e-mail the directory content if anything other than session files are present?
Maybe there are better ways to monitor suspicous /tmp and /var/tmp activity, if so I'm listening :) (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jamesbond
8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have been asked to write a unix script to log and report all users logging on to our unix boxes as either the root or oracle users only on a 24 hour basis.
This should trap the logon and logoff time,if possible what they are doing and their username.
Thanks in Advance (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: irehman
Please tell me how to get radio buttons, text boxes , check boxes , option buttons , pull down menus in C++ on Unix.
I think it would be done using curses.h ..but that's all i know.
Devyani. (3 Replies)
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