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May
18
comment Setting file permissions in bash script
thanks for the correction.
May
17
answered Setting file permissions in bash script
May
17
answered Solaris 11 randomly crashed
May
17
awarded  Informed
May
17
comment What is rpc.statd, what ports should it be listening on, and how to kill it?
Yes. The NFS client will use rpc.statd and portmapper, both.
May
17
answered What is rpc.statd, what ports should it be listening on, and how to kill it?
May
17
comment Utility script framework
+1 for script templates. the real key is education of those writing scripts. define policies, eg: All scripts will send email on failure. All scripts will log output to /var/log/scriptname.log. All scripts will rotate X iterations of logfiles. etc.
May
17
comment Rename two files
sorry @scottmarriott. i gave you a terribly unclear answer. hopefully the edit provides you the information you need to successfully execute your task.
May
17
revised Rename two files
improved formatting, expanded on answer.
May
17
comment Rename two files
was trying to provide a simple answer. I'll edit for clarity.
May
17
comment Line endings when using GNU Screen
echo $TERM. probably a difference in the screen termcap entry, and whatever your TERM is when not running screen.
May
17
answered Rename two files
May
17
answered Allowing only specific users to login via ssh at one port and others to login via another port
May
17
answered Browse LDAP strcuture using Solaris pre-packaged command?
May
14
answered Debian Networking Issues
May
14
comment How do I set an environment variable for sudo in MacOS?
i upvoted for the intent of the answer, and because I learned something new. note that OP is asking about JAVA_HOME, not PATH, though that's trivial and the answer would be the same.
May
13
answered Solaris: Script for finding the physical device path of all installed fiber cards
May
12
awarded  Enlightened
May
12
awarded  Nice Answer
May
8
answered Right way to start VirtualBox with shared folders mounted