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I am an IT Software Tester, learning C#, C++ and Linux.
I have done a lot of work on the following platforms:

SCO
Ubunutu 4.1 - 12.04
Solaris on SPARC
Solaris on INTEL
HP-UXi v3
FreeBSD
RHEL (5.5)

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?
May
31
comment Checking the Speed of Active Network Connections
I think I may have found why it is not showing up. I need an internet connection first - but I can connect through using SSH fine.
Feb
28
comment Installing GCC in Solaris_x86
Thanks for that, but I got it to work with just that gcc-45, all I need is that compiler.
Feb
26
comment Set global environment variables at boot in Solaris 11
Thanks for that. I have found export PATH USER LOGNAME MAIL HOSTNAME HISTSIZE INPUTRC in the /etc/profile file. DO I put them in there? This is the root's profile.
Feb
22
comment Installing GCC in Solaris_x86
@raghavmishra: After installing GCC using pkg install gcc-45, I typed gcc in the command line, and it now shows gcc: no input files - thank you guys :-)
Feb
22
comment Installing GCC in Solaris_x86
Oh ok, no I didn't know that. Thank you. I am still very new at UNIX. :-)
Feb
22
comment Installing GCC in Solaris_x86
@jlliagre it is Oracle Solaris 11.1 X86 and I installed it.
Feb
22
comment Installing GCC in Solaris_x86
@raghavmishra so I just type gcc? i.e. it will look like this: $ gcc? - OK, I did that and it says: -bash: gcc: command not found
Nov
21
comment SAS hardrive 600GB 10k is not detecting in my linux server
Is the HDD formatted correctly? ... I know that in MS Windows, that you add a new HDD, and if it is formatted incorrectly, it won't be detected.
Aug
31
comment How to find out if Ubuntu is using DHCP (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS GUI)
Thank you @WarrenYoung, but the network admin has a full list of all the IP addresses I have used, so there won't be any collisions.
Aug
22
comment Using zsh's line editor to wrap around subprocesses
Ok, I was just trying to help, as I see your question hasn't been answered in over a year. Sorry my comment wasn't good enough.
Aug
22
comment Using zsh's line editor to wrap around subprocesses
Have you looked at the manual for zsh - cs.elte.hu/zsh-manual/zsh_14.html? - I don't quite understand your question, but Googled the title, and found that page. It might help, but I don't know.
Aug
21
comment Running Visual Studio 2010 in Linux
I think doing it that way will consume more resources, but may be your only option, unless you are willing to try a different version of Linux. I will try this MS Linux, but not sure.