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I am in quite a deliema, where do I get bos.net.nfs.server 22.214.171.124 from??
I am running AIX 126.96.36.199 & PowerHA 7.1.3 on this server.
#lslpp -l |grep nfs
bos.net.nfs.client 188.8.131.52 COMMITTED Network File System Client
cluster.es.nfs.rte ... (0 Replies)
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I have a blade 6000 chassis with a T6340 blade. The blade took a dump and I am trying to rebuild it with a Flash Archive. I am using net boot from an E2900 and the flash is located on a an array that is attached to my v245 management server. I can net boot and I can select flash install. When I put... (1 Reply)
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Hi, Here is the errors:
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I need to know how to test a pressed key is arrowup or arrowdown and etc..
I found that the "echo" won't print anything if i enter the arrowup in the below code:
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Then i find a way to achieve my goal.
1 #! /bin/bash
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Good evening all,I'm new to your site, so please bear any infringements or transgressions on my part.I'm new to the whole Solaris boot install over the net scenario, but here's where I'm stuck:I have an M5000 with 2 domains (running unimode). Domain 0 is configured and running Solaris 10. Domain 1... (9 Replies)
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hi Gurus, please why is this happening:
when i run this:
declare -a name
declare -a ph
declare -a eid
echo " name phone email_id"
#if ; then
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I want to write a shell script in bash shell .
Working for the script is to detect any key pressed and disply on screen as
"you have pressed: "
For example if user pressed F5 then a messaged has to be displayed as
"you have pressed F5.
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i´m making a program, and i would like to know how can i know what key was pressed. i'm using Sun5.7 and C.
is there a keypress/keypressed function in C?
how can i know recognize the keys (enter, tab, shift, etc.)?
can i recognize two keys ? (shift+A, ctrl+C, etc)
any idea.. thanks (4 Replies)
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