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if ; then
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I am using korn shell
When I type in Telnet on cmd line, I get message
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I dont understand why permission changes are being such a pain in the bum even after I manually changed them through properties....Anyone know what to do here because even thoguh in properties the permissions make me local admin over in the Cygwin its not working..
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I created testuser. by following command.
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What does the following permission indicate?
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Is it possible to set owner to a group? I need to have a group own a process, because there will be 3 diffrent persons that will start and stop this process. They can not use the same users cause och back logging. we need to know who end when a certian user start/stops processes. (1 Reply)
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Ok heres the situation
I've been studying Solaris 8 for about 6 months now and some things click in my head but others don't.
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