Newbie here. My goal is to have the expect script log into the Ubuntu 18.04 server and run two commands (lsb_release -a and ip addr) and eventually pipe the output/results to a file. For now, I would be happy to get this one command or two to run successfully. How to fix this?
#!/usr/bin/expect ... (3 Replies)
I am using the below to random generate a password but I need to have 2 numeric characters and 6 alphabetic chars
head /dev/urandom | tr -dc A-Za-z0-9 | head -c 8 ; echo ''
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Need to use dd to generate a large file from a sample file of random data. This is because I don't have /dev/urandom.
I create a named pipe then:
dd if=mynamed.fifo do=myfile.fifo bs=1024 count=1024
but when I cat a file to the fifo that's 1024 random bytes:
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I need a function to generate a random alphanumeric password in C code. It needs to be between 6-8 characters and follow the following rules:
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rand(), rand_r(), srand() - simple random-number generator
uses a multiplicative, congruential, random-number generator with period 2^32 that returns successive pseudo-random numbers in the range
from 0 to 2^15-1.
can be called at any time to reset the random-number generator to a random starting point. The generator is initially seeded with a value
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