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2. Red Hat
we have eth1; in the beginning it was proposed to create from eth1, eth1.2500 and eth1.240. It did not worked cause vlan 1.2500 was not tagged in the switch.
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
$ find -name 'some expression' -type f > newfile
and then subsequently wants to create an alias file from each pathname the find command retrieved and the > placed within 'newfile', how would one do this? Ideally, the newly created alias files would all be in one directory.
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Firstly - sorry for the duplicate my other post looked like i was posting a how to for people. But i am wanting some help :P
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Can anybody help with this?
When I log into my user account on my box via ssh and then instantly perform an env command I see that my path has been set as follows:
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I am sure this is a newbie question, but I have searched everywhere and cannot find an answer.
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I am trying to find some files on a directory( /usr/users/xyz/log) which is an alias to another directory(/spare/log).
My find works fine on /spare/log but it doesnt return anything when i use it on /usr/users/xyz/log.
Any Ideas on how to proceed.
Thanks in advance.
Swamy (2 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I've tried to define an alias for the find cmd. I want a find -name and send the error messages to /dev/null. I entered the alias as followed:
# alias myfind 'find $1 -name $2 2>/dev/null'
But it didn't work. Any idea what's wrong with that? (2 Replies)
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