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I am planning on taking a class in Python. My choices are 2.5 or 3.0. Which version should I choose? I am getting the impression they are two separate paths.
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
So this is something I've been wondering how to do for a while. Suppose I have two shell scripts a.sh and b.sh
script a does some function and outputs to a varable $x . I would then like to take $x into the second function, b.sh, and do a function on it and create some output. So how do you pass... (3 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
How is the level of access on a particular folder determined? I have heard (its just hearsay so am not particularly sure of it) that the access a particular user/group has to a low level directory is also affected by the level of access granted to the user/group on its parent directories. e.g.
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I am looking for an alternate solution other than gzip or bzip2 to compress files that are 3 to 4 GB each and will be hundreds per day. Aside from increasing storage anybody found a good tool? (5 Replies)
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is that possible to configure any server to work in solaris zone
i mean any server
cos i read that DHCP can't be work on solaris zone
is that real or not
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Experience level : New to programming in Linux. Forgive my noobiness in this context with regards to programming, language or grammar.
Some Background info : I have seen a lot of programs which I use (Modo and Maya especially) which can use a command line to run the different parts of the... (2 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
This may be a dumb question (but this is the UNIX for Dummies Q&A forum :)
But I'm wondering, what is the purpose of a directory being given execute permissions? I can't execute a directory, only files, right? If I make a directory executable, the files inside still won't execute unless I give... (1 Reply)
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Perl, Python, and PHP are these languages easy to use? Are they command line or are they part of a GUI? (2 Replies)
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Hi, I've been racking my brains trying to remember, but, whats the command to change the default shell? I'm currently always in the Korn shell and I want to start out in the Bash shell. I'm running a variant of BSD I guess in Mac OS X 10.2.2 and Mandrake. Thanks.
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10. IP Networking
Firstly I must apologise; I have posted something similar in the "general UNIX newbies" forum; but in reterospect I think that it's more appropriate here.
I am trying to detect whether people accessing one of my servers are coming via a proxied connection. I must add that this is... (1 Reply)
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