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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm basically looking for the ksh equivalent of bash's PROMPT_COMMAND="history -r", where simply redrawing the command prompt in a terminal will cause ksh to reload the history file.
At the risk of sounding incredibly lazy (in which case I would be guilty as charged), I've noticed that if I have... (13 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I just created a CNAME and i was told a zone needs to be reloaded after creating a CNAME. What is the command to reload a zone after the CNAME has been created?
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3. Red Hat
Is there a easy-to-use graphical tool (or a simple and direct set of command line instructions) that will help me reload services on Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES version 3?
VSFTPD keeps dying on my business server - seemingly at random, with message "dead but subsys locked"
VSFTPD starts and... (2 Replies)
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4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Ref: "build crontab from a text file" in same forum. (I am not allowed to post URL's in the first post)
We are reorganizing our UNIX Crontab file by first making changes in a word pad text file. The intent is to then copy it back to Crontab. Will this work? Copy and Paste does not... (6 Replies)
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hi All, here is the problem: I'm not able to specify a PATH inside the user crontab file (/var/spool/cron/crontabs). The only syntax it accepts is the usual "* * * * * file" I'm not able to add PATH, or HOME, or MAILTO, or anything else. when I try to save the crontab, I have the error: ... (1 Reply)
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6. UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers
I am using Thunar on FreeBSD 7.1 and XFCE. I would like the thunar window to reload automatically when a file has been added or deleted. Currently I press Ctrl-R, but perhaps a setting that I dont know of will do this automatically? (0 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I got to find out that if I make changes in the prompt or command aliases from .bashrc, I could apply those changes immediately with the command:
There's another situation when I'd like to apply changes without loging out and in again: If I add someone to a group of... (2 Replies)
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am user of partcular user of alinux machine. I want have some cronjobs to be done by machine. But i don't have crontab file for me. However i do have crontab installed as /usr/bin/crontab.
Could anyone please suggest how to creat a new cron file for a user? Any help will be highly... (3 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
does anyone know how to reload servlet in tomcat?
when do I actually reload it? when I modify any file in this server? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: hamboy
Does anyone know howto reload your kernal without rebooting the machine?
I´ve updated the "/etc/security/limits.conf " file and need to make this active without rebooting the machine. this is Red Hat Advanced Server 2.1AS
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