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i wish to write the result of these below conditions in a file:
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is it possible to make a Tar of completely directory and placing the tar file in it (will this cause even the tar file to tarred ?)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I need a script which should watch a directory for a file with specific directory.
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In Solaris howto extract tar file to specific folder.
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I have tried:
tar -xfv mytarfile.tar archive/tabv/*
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anybody know if there is any efficient way of restoring only
files of specific dates from a tape (with tar command)? :rolleyes:
coz the tapes containing few weeks' files,
but i need only files of a few days.....
any kind feedback is appreciated.
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I want to insert file to tar file (by tar command).
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MULOG(1) Museek Daemon Plus MULOG(1)
Mulog - Chat Logging Script for Museekd
Mulog is command-line Python script that connects to museekd(1) and saves chat messages into log files. Under the Log Directory, it creates
room & private subdirectories and a syslog file. If it loses connection with museekd, it will automatically exit.
Setting the interface and password on the command-line is a security risk. Since interface and password settings are saved to the config
file when set, you should set them, exit mulog, and restart mulog without the options on the commandline..LP
Before running, you will need a working museekd(1) and need to know your museekd interface and interface password. Configure those with
mulog [-c <config-filename> ] [--config <config-filename>] [-i <host:port | /socket.path>] [--interface <host:port | /socket.path> [-p
<interface-password>] [--password <inteface-password>] [-l <directory>] [--log <directory>] [-v] [--version] [-h] [--help]
Mulog accepts the following options:
-c <filename>, --config <filename>
Use a different config file.
-l <directory>, --log <directory>
Use a different chat log directory.
-i, --interface <host:port | /socket.path>
Choose a different interface (saved to config file)
-p, --password <interface-password>
Choose a different password (saved to config file)
Display Version and exit.
Display Help and exit.
To run this program the standard way type:
Alternativly you use a different config file with:
mulog --config mulog.config
To set the interface password:
mulog --password 1234567890
The default location for the mulog config file.
The default log directory.
The museekd error/connection log file.
The directory where chat room logs are stored.
The directory where private chat logs are stored.
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