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answered Why do we need a firewall if no programs are running on your ports?
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comment How can I list all user names on Solaris 10?
@jlliagre - Very true. I took from the OP that getent had already been tried. Additionally my interpretation of the phrase "created on solaris 10" lead me to believe that the user was local, which may be incorrect.
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comment Error with if [ -n $diffCurr ]: Too many arguments
@jiewmeng - 2 and 1 are file descriptors; 1 is standard out and 2 is standard error. The '>' character is for redirection. This is a fairly thorough explanation [tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/io-redirection.html]. I also came to add that, if you are interested in the output of the diff command, you could also continue to use the variable assignment and modify your if expression to be [ $? ]. This is functionally equivalent to jw013's suggestion but maintains the variable storage.
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comment How to connect two computers via internet with ssh?
Khajavi - Why does the target computer not have a valid IP address? By which I mean, is it not physically connected to a network, is its IP address in a non-routable subnet, etc?
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comment Logged on via ssh-key, can I reset my account password?
@nhoening - Ah yes, well that will be tricky. I had forgotten that you do not have your current password. It may still be possible to leverage sudo if the configuration allows passwordless use of the passwd command, although this is unlikely to be the case.
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