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Mar
18
comment How can I resolve a hostname to an IP address in a Bash script?
cut will not for getent's, which use \t to separate columns. This is the case on Solaris.
Mar
14
awarded  Famous Question
Feb
11
answered Perfectly pixelmapped fonts in Emacs
Feb
11
asked Is it a good idea to use zlogin's “safe” login mode to shutdown a zone?
Feb
11
asked Is there a difference between init 0 and 5 in a non-global zone?
Feb
4
comment sed: subsitute in line that contains X but does not contain Y
Works only with GNU sed. On Solaris you will get: Unrecognized command: /X/ {/Y/! s/replace/with/}
Dec
7
comment An easy bash completion tutorial?
The Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide is always a good starting point: tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/tabexpansion.html
Nov
10
awarded  Yearling
Oct
15
asked How to verify the syntax of a new ipf.conf file?
Sep
30
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
3
revised How to execute a command after network startup on Solaris?
fixes typo
Sep
3
suggested approved edit on How to execute a command after network startup on Solaris?
Sep
2
comment How to execute a command after network startup on Solaris?
Your link describes Solaris 9.
Sep
2
comment How to execute a command after network startup on Solaris?
The file /etc/rc2.d/README states that the rc scripts are legacy initialization scripts. Instead I should prefer smf.
Sep
2
asked How to execute a command after network startup on Solaris?
Aug
27
asked How to define different routes for global and non-global zone to the same destination?
May
19
awarded  Curious
May
18
asked How to run a setuid program on Solaris 10?
Apr
21
accepted How to emulate 'cp -a' on Solaris which does not have it?
Mar
25
comment How do I write a test for system login?
@jcubic It is a really stupid idea to put a password in a command line argument, because command line arguments are public on a Unix system. Removing the password would provide the same level of security as putting it in the command line. And it would be much easier to check: /bin/true would be enough.