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Am writing a script where I want to find uptime of certain servers. Is there any command where we can find uptime without login to the server, since the server list is big logging to the server will time consuming.
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Discussion started by: rogerben
I'm new to C++.
I have a text file named idpw.txt which is storing id and password
Here's my code so far:
string user,password, user1, password1;
cout << "Please enter your username" <<... (3 Replies)
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Want to find the stdout for the partiuclar user login for past 12 hrs.
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I want to see the stdout for that user id in that host for past 12 hrs (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: mail2sant
I have AIX 6.1 has some slowness when I login to the system ..
When I login by user screen hangs for some time 20 seconds then it's give me the command prompt .. !
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Discussion started by: ITHelper
I have a question that may sound stupid after and maybe it is.
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I was add my shell script in /etc/rc.d/rc.local file
my KernelModule.sh contain
I have insmod 22 kernelmodule in this script , all the modules are my own driver modules.
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Discussion started by: rajamohan
I'm new to HP-UX. I have a system running B.11.23 on ia64. The system gets its user passwords via active directory. Everytime a new account is added to AD a script pushes out the account info to all the systems and this system is updated too. However, on this machine, users are unable to... (2 Replies)
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I'm trying to lock out system accounts on my Tru64 UNIX machines.
Wherever I look, it says only to put Nologin or *Nologin in password field of desired account in /etc/passwd.
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Discussion started by: veccinho
I'm new to solaris/ Unix and would like to know how to check in the system what
was the last login user were doing. Is there any way to check this? Thanks in advanced. (1 Reply)
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Is it possible to install unix on a system which already runs windows 98? (2 Replies)
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