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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Hello, I am currently trying to install and old version of Cairo. I tried two versions, 10.5 and 1.1.1 and they say similar things. Pango 1.1.1 says:
and Pango 1.0.5 says:
So quite similar. I downloaded two freetype packages, versions number 2.9.1 and 2.2.1 and passed them through... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: colt
2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am trying to find a yum file that is very common in many packages. I would normally start off with this command, but the file is SO common I don't know which package it is in.
yum provides \*compress (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: cokedude
3. Red Hat
I have a problem with acl and nfs4 on centos.
On Slackware clients nfs4 fs mounted works
fine,acl (posix,not nfs acl) is respected.
On Centos 6.4 very strange thing..acl is not
working on nfs4.
nfsmount.conf and idmapd.conf are the same on all client
and kernel options on nfs acl are the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Linusolaradm1
I'm in a directory named /tmp/mq7
i need to upgrade the mq version from 6 to 7 but im not sure where is the package located ?
which command in solaris will show me the list of all the packages present in the directory /tmp/mq7 ?
my box is running with solaris version 10. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: newtoaixos
Cannot find which packages install:
Background, I want to setup CIFS on ZFS.
Solaris 10. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sb008
i have one requirement to audit the software packages list in unix server.
For this the i go through #pkginfo command.But there are lot of packages.
i get confused how to find the software packages and root directories paths.
Please let me know whether i am going correct way... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: krishna176
7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
On a HP machine I used this
But on a Sun machine what is the command to find out the packages installed on it.
Thanks (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: venu_nbk
Among varous other items, I'm trying to find out what "Authentication Management Infrastructure" (package SUNWamix) does, and why would a sysadmin disable it? The reason given is 'for security purposes' without explanation ... how and why is AMI such a 'security risk' that it has to be turned off?... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: muleheadjoe