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1. IP Networking
Couldn't find my PC on network. Root of evil the was in bad patch-cable. (0 Replies)
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2. Red Hat
i am trying to grab all the installed packages on linux machine,and only want to grab "Name" "Version" "Release" "Vendor" information
i am using below command to do so :
rpm -qa --info | grep -e 'Name' -e 'Version' -e 'Release' -e 'Vendor'
the output contains lot other info... (3 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am familiar with using "lsof <filename>" or "fuser <filename>" to determine what process has a given file (usually a .nfs) open. However, I recently used this command and it returned a blank list. I suspect the process that has the .nfs file open might be on another system. Is there a way... (2 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have an shell script program in a remote linux machine which will do some specific monitoring functionality. Also, have some C executables in that machine.
From a windows machine, I want to run the shell script program (If possible using java).
I tried with SSH for this. but, in... (1 Reply)
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I have a debian system running on a VPS with virtuozzo as the host.
I wish to move this system to another hosting provider, but they are running KVM/QEMU, and sadly, KVM/QEMU can't handle (or convert) the virtuozzo images. (And even if they could, the current provider wouldn't give me... (1 Reply)
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I was asked to find most busy file system on one of the server. It is Sun 10. Any idea to get this?
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7. Red Hat
URGENT - Please help me form a scipt for this:
I need the LATEST file from a dir on REMOTE machine to be SCP'd to a dir on local machine. (and I need to execute this from local server)
I know that the below cmd is used to find the LATEST file from a dir. But this command is not... (3 Replies)
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8. Shell Programming and Scripting
I would like to find whether a file exists in the UNIX machine. That i can check using
echo " `cat $file` "
echo "invalid file"
and i can find out using :
find / -name "filename" . But it i have wanted to search in all directories. How to get... (3 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have here a hard drive from a computer that was damaged, and now the costumer needs the data on the hard drive, but doesn't have any other computer to read data.
I don't really know what file system is on the disk.
How can I find out what file system is on the disk so I can read the... (4 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
In my case, there are serveral PCs running Linux in a LAN.
I would like to to mount the directory /A_river of machine-A to the file system of another machine machine-B so that I can access files in that directory.
I do not know how to do this. The situation is complicated by... (2 Replies)
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