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Connecting to the Internet with OpenVPN, the connection fails. Rerunning openvpn works second time round but the install is hacked at that point (e.g., a rogue 'java-security' update tries to install itself on 'yum update', yum however spots this and rejects the download, other basic things start... (3 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi. Learning rsync from the man pages can be daunting. I wrote this tutorial to make learning rsync easier:
rsync tutorial (rsync2u)
The rsync tutorial is for new rsync users. Three small backup examples thoroughly explain rsync --link-dest, --recursive, and --exlcude-from options.
Enjoy. (2 Replies)
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Hi I'm totally new to solaris 5.9
1. What is the replacement for /proc/cpuinfo (isn't this part of POSIX). I heard it's psrinfo but it doesn't work.
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4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am new to Unix and need help. How do I use the $@ in my script to direct the executing of commands on various files.
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am new to UNIX and Linux. I have some experiences with Windows server. I am thinking to start with those OS (Unix/Linux) and more specifically with the OS for the server. however, i have no idea which one would i start first, unix or linux? Because i also dont know how they are different.
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6. Tips and Tutorials
So you want to learn a unix scripting language that you'll be able to use in any situation? Perl is your answer !
This is a little intro to installing CPAN modules. If you don't know what CPAN is, check out http://search.cpan.org/. Basicly, it is a massive archive of perl libraries that will... (0 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
ok, so i want to figure out what type of UNIX i have and in this book im reading about it, it says that i can figure out what type i have by typing the command uname in the prompt. So i did this and it came up saying Darwin?? is that part of System V UNIX or BSD or do i have LINUX? if anyone can... (2 Replies)
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No detail:confused: (4 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I got a good news to unix newbies.
If you want to try some unix command on your windows' desktop,
I can recommend this program to u all. So you can practice unix command with your PC. It is something like using MS-DOS on desktop.
Search "Cygwin 1.3.1" in www.download.com
It... (2 Replies)
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