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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
Hi all, bit of a forum newb here, so apologies if this has been covered else where, but I wonder if any of you has any experience with stress testing servers, specifically using 3rd party services. We run a very busy production system, and just haven't been able to simulate the user activity while... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: dare99
What is the best practice to allow a 3rd party health monitoring app to read the messages file. Since messages is a system file and is owned by root the app cannot read the file. I don't want to run the app as root so how should I allow the app to read the file. The read function is actually built... (2 Replies)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am trying to use the KiFMM3D software with my code. I am compiling code in C++ and everything looks fine but I am getting an "no such file or directory" error regarding the KiFMM3d code. The exact error message is :
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I need to know information regarding the softwares/applications that are installed on my Solaris server and also its end of life or support information.
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm trying to compile a 3rd party program used for solid-state chemistry that calculates pore characteristics of an input material. The program was written between 2000 and 2006, so I believe the problem is that the headers used are outdated, but I'm not terribly computer savvy (and a complete... (1 Reply)
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Long time UNIX admin, first time LINUX user.
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I want to know how to find out 3rd party application installed on aix,
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I'm new to UNIX / AIX and I'm trying to determine the best way to monitor the SYSLOG output generated from our RS6000.
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I was wondering if it is possible to pass data to a unix driven 3rd party menu. Changing the code is out of the question. I have a menu with various options and I would like a ksh to execute the menu and input the required fields. For example.
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2. blah... (3 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm new in Unix Environment.
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UPDATE-RCCONF-GUIDE(8) Debian GNU/Linux UPDATE-RCCONF-GUIDE(8)
update-rcconf-guide - Create default guide file for rcconf
Update-rcconf-guide creates the default guide file which rcconf uses.
Update-rcconf-guide searches the package names corresponding to each service file in /etc/init.d directory from dpkg info
files(/var/lib/dpkg/info/*.list) and get the description of these packages using apt-cache. Update-rcconf-guide uses Short-Description in
priority to the description if service files has Short-Description field. Update-rcconf-guide writes those results to
You can write your own guide in user guide file(/var/lib/rcconf/guide) by hand. Rcconf refers Guides in /var/lib/rcconf/guide before those
If you install some packages after executed update-rcconf-guide, you need to re-create this file using update-rcconf-guide so as to refresh
guide.default that includes new guides for installed new services.
Notice: update-rcconf-guide was not executed when you installed rcconf
Guide File update-rcconf-guide generates.
Guide File user(Administrator) can define.
Atsushi KAMOSHIDA <email@example.com>
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