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HI Geek's

Please advise..if anything i am missing
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Originally Posted by abhaydas
HI Geek's
Please advise..if anything i am missing
Hello abhaydas,

Always try to following rule of 1 thread ==> 1 question please.

Geeks have really helped you in this thread, so for future users who want to get reference from this thread, will get confuse if you keep adding questions to a same post, kindly keep post's Original question ALIVE through out the threads and open new threads for new questions, cheers and happy learning on this GREAT forum UNIX.com

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