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Nov
27
comment Why is “uname gcc” not working in Ubuntu
Ok, that is a bit simpler than gcc -v, thanks.
Nov
27
comment Why is “uname gcc” not working in Ubuntu
Great, thanks. It is showing: gcc version 3.3.4 (Debian 1:3.3.4-9ubuntu5) - why Debian? Or is that just the version?
Nov
22
comment delete first two line in awk script
@Anthon I can see that it is the first two lines, that the OP is asking about.
Nov
13
comment Unzipping a TAR file, causing an error
Well it did work before, and wasn't sure if it was suppose to work, so I could successfully extract the file. To be honest I don't know what those letters all mean - I'm still new to all this.
Nov
13
comment Setting BASH as the default in SCO
I couldn't find an appropriate package online, so I am installing the Maintenance Pack 5 and also verified the system - lets see if that fixes the issues.
Nov
13
comment Setting BASH as the default in SCO
Nah, that is not found. How can I install / recover it?
Nov
13
comment Setting BASH as the default in SCO
/etc/passwd does, and I can see the user that I have, and their entry in that file: test:x:200:50::/u/test:/bin/sh. I went to the: /usr/local/bin/ and it shows bash and bahsbug there.
Nov
13
comment Setting BASH as the default in SCO
@Bananguin How do you mean run that? If I just run that as is, I get an error back: dynamic linker : /usr/local/bin/bash : could not open /usr/lib/libthread.so.1 Killed
Nov
12
comment Install Compiler, GCC, in SCO
I do apologise for reviving this, but I had lost my previous virtual machine, so started a new one. When I type: tar xzvf gcc-98q2-dist.tar.gz I get the following error back: tar: z: unknown option. I don't understand why it is saying that :/
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
@D_Bye just a quick question. Where is the config file? Just so I won't have to redo this again the next time I start it up.
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
Spot on @D_Bye! Thank you so much for your help on this.
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
@D_Bye Ah, it doesn't have the default Gateway. I know what the gateways are, but how should I add them? Like, what do I write in that file?
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
OK, I have now refreshed the DNS Client: svcadm refresh svc:/network/dns/client and when I tried to ping www.google.com, it is saying: ping: sendto No route to host
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
Yeah, this machine (VM) is on the same network as my local machine (Win Vista). I have other VM's that are on the same network, but are different OS. Like I can't really use my Ubuntu machine to help me resolve a Solaris network issue ... Or can I?
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
@terdon I now get this: ping: sendto No route to host
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
@D_Bye I tried pinging www.google.com and got this response: ping: getaddrinfo: temporary name resolution failure ping: unknown host www.google.com
Nov
7
comment Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11)
@BitsOfNix config/value_authorization astring solaris.smf.value.name-service.dns.client
May
31
comment Checking the Speed of Active Network Connections
Thanks for that, but I think our business is split on a 10:1 ratio. So the speed is much better at 10Mbps both ways... So basically the Speed indicator is for the network card/driver?
May
31
comment Checking the Speed of Active Network Connections
I typed in that command, and it said: cat: /sys/class/net/eth0/speed: Invalid argument
May
31
comment Checking the Speed of Active Network Connections
Yes it is a Virtual Machine... if that is what you are asking?