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1. OS X (Apple)
I recently installed mySQL on my macbook. I opened Terminal to run mySQL and entered "cd /usr/local/mysql/bin". My command prompt immediately changed to "mrbigglesworth:". I have no idea why that happened. When I look for the .bash_profile file, it doesn't seem to exist. I opened the... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: mmesford
2. Red Hat
Accidentally changed ownership of /var directory as root :eek: thinking that I am changing ownership of var directory in other location in the file system:D.Now unable to SSH into the server:(.
By gods grace I was able to regain the access again as server was in control of me at that... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: shiek.kaleem
3. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
I've had a little mishap.
To cut a long story short, I've accidentally recursively ran chown on a directory (actually a bunch of 'em). Not a problem in itself, but I had a slight error in the code I used to get the list of directories and ended up with a comment in the file ownership.
... (15 Replies)
Discussion started by: Scott
4. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
I was having powerpath 5.2 on SUN server with SVM connected to CLARIION box.Please find the following output :
root # powermt display dev=all
Logical device ID=60060160685D1E004DD97FB647BFDC11
state=alive; policy=CLAROpt;... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Reboot
5. OS X (Apple)
I accidentally changed to sudo chmod a=w to my /usr/bin folder on my macbook with OS 10.5.8... Please help! I can't even get into a terminal correctly cause it displays:
-bash: uname: command not found
-bash: cut: command not found
-bash: uname: command not found
-bash: cut: command not found... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: scaryMac23
6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I've modified the syslogd source to include a thread that will keep track of a timer(or a timer thread). My intention is to check the file size of /var/log/messages in every one minute & if the size is more than 128KB, do a echo " " > /var/log/messages, so that the file size will be set... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: jockey007
We have had a weird problem arise recently whereby a file owned by cjo:cjogroup suddenly had it's permissions changed to nobody4:nogroup. The file is mounted off a NetApp Filer volume with the NFS permissions set to Read-Write Access (All Hosts) but no Root Access.
When we tried to... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: skewbie
I am a Unix Admin. I have to give the permissions to a user for creating new file in a directory in HP-Ux 11.11 system since he cannot able to create a new file in the directory.
Thanks in advance.
Mike (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Mike1234
My HP-UX server 11.11 trusted system.
How I know when password was last changed.
arm_naja (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: arm_naja
I have changed the shell of the root accidentally to /sbin/bash :mad:
How do I change that? :(
To change that I need to go to ok prompt I think, and there I need to mount the root file system in order to make changes to the respective file.
Can any one please suggest how do I do... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: pintu_asim