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answered How to obtain the whole disk activities triggered by file systems under linux?
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revised Solaris 11 and zfs, i don't understand space used
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answered Solaris 11 and zfs, i don't understand space used
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26
comment OracleSolaris 11.2 - delete a directory which is mount point
Sorry, there was a typo, that should be zfs destroy .... That file system was automatically created by the installer/useradd, not by the user.
Jun
26
revised OracleSolaris 11.2 - delete a directory which is mount point
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Jun
26
comment Change requirements for passwords on Oracle Solaris 11.2
There is no need to use pfedit then vi, just one of these will do. pfedit would be the best practice leveraging Solaris RABC and will use the configured editor for the user, vi by default. If you are already logged as root, directly running vi will obviously still work.
Jun
25
revised Change requirements for passwords on Oracle Solaris 11.2
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Jun
25
revised Why is cd not a program?
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Jun
25
revised Change requirements for passwords on Oracle Solaris 11.2
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Jun
25
answered Change requirements for passwords on Oracle Solaris 11.2
Jun
25
answered OracleSolaris 11.2 - delete a directory which is mount point
Jun
23
comment pkgadd -d give illegal option error on SUN Solaris 10
What package is this? Where did you get it?
Jun
20
comment What to use when the “ls” command doesn't work?
@Invoker Alphabetical order matters. Run that oneliner for a case where that makes a difference: rm -rf /tmp/foo && mkdir /tmp/foo && cd /tmp/foo && touch ./-n oops && set -x && ls && echo *
Jun
18
comment Why are file names surrounded wtih “â” sign?
s/possible/certain/ !
Jun
18
comment Why are file names surrounded wtih “â” sign?
@BruceEdiger My tests were done using with a Solaris installation configured to use UTF-8 and in a Solaris text console, i.e. outside any graphic environment. The Solaris console doesn't support UTF-8.
Jun
17
comment Why are file names surrounded wtih “â” sign?
GNU rm generates UTF-8 opening and closing quotes when it is running under an UTF-8 locale (see my updated answer). This is by design. There is nothing specific to configure.
Jun
17
revised Why are file names surrounded wtih “â” sign?
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Jun
17
comment What allows BSD to run Linux binaries, but not vice versa?
@JörgWMittag Neither AIX 5L nor HP-UX 11i actually run Linux binaries, not to mention they do not support the x86 architecture in the first place. What they might provide is a GNU development environment that ease building AIX, resp HP-UX binaries from source code.
Jun
17
revised Why are file names surrounded wtih “â” sign?
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Jun
17
answered Why are file names surrounded wtih “â” sign?