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answered Perfectly pixelmapped fonts in Emacs
16h
asked Is it a good idea to use zlogin's “safe” login mode to shutdown a zone?
16h
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.
Mar
23
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
27
awarded  Notable Question