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revised bash or Ksh quotes and command exec
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comment bash or Ksh quotes and command exec
@cas thank you for the input and answer, but still it does not solve my problem. when using echo the output is just fine. executing the command is when I get added quotes / double quotes.
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comment bash script to replace server short names in a file with fqdn
what have you tried to do? using sed is of course possible, but let us know what you tried to do before.
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comment How to turn off SMTP port in Solaris
I just provided you with the solution on my answer. in fact you can also just the hostname with a . in the end. btcsp01 btcsp01. and the messages will go away after reboot.
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answered How to turn off SMTP port in Solaris
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comment How to turn off SMTP port in Solaris
have you checked if the port is really open with netstat? what is the output of svcs |grep sendmail?
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