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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi guys. Very new to this so apologies if this is ridiculously obvious, but I am not sure why this isn't working. I want to pull a file off an FTP server. I currently do it through windows, which is no problem, but I want to move everything to a Linux box I just installed. wget won't work as the... (4 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hello Fellow bash enthusiasts...
I am stuck on this local script and could use some fresh eyes on this code.
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3. UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers
I'm hoping someone here can help me. I'm computer literate but by no means an expert! I'm simply trying to recover data from my DLink DNS343 NAS mounted on my X86 iMac using SMB. Somehow, in moving to a new computer, I have lost access to some files on the NAS. Just some files are access denied.
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Is there any possibility to develop an application using Visual Basic that connects to a unix server (using SSH) and run some commands?
I will try to describe what i need :
The user should enter the server adress, username and password!
Than the user must enter some "filenames" and after... (10 Replies)
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I am running Startcom linux ES5 . When i bring up the VNC server and login to the machine running a vnc client , I only get the real basic x-windows session and a term window. how can i get it to bring up the real linux desktop on all sessions?
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
how do i look at the basic server info through terminal on mac. I have the username and password for a web server and i am assigned to add a new url to the web server, but i have no idea where to start. how do i check what kind of server it is? how do i get the DNS information? most... (0 Replies)
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what are the commands needed to determine the server specs. memory, space, cpu and others
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm so new to sys admin work that my ears haven't dried yet.
Here's my question:
what scripts are available to gather pkginfo, prtdiag, and volume info?
I need to gather this type of info from 18 servers of various types:
oracle db servers, license servers, nis masters and slaves, etc.... (2 Replies)
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Could you explain me how to send a file to the browser that connects to my server and requests GET /index.html? Do I open the file index.html and send it through the socket? What parameters should I use in write(client_fd, ???, ???) to send the file index.html to the browser?
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am a complete newbie to the realm of unix, linux, FreeBSD, etc etc so please bear with me.
I just purchased a book on FreeBSD that comes with FreeBSD 4.4 on some CDs. My first goal is just to learn FreeBSD and become familiar with it. What I would like to eventually do is run a file server... (1 Reply)
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