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Unix is a multitasking, multi-user computer operating system originally developed in 1969 at Bell Labs. Today, it is a modern OS with many commercial flavors and licensees, including FreeBSD, Hewlett-Packard’s UX, IBM AIX and Apple Mac OS-X. Apart from its command-line interface, most UNIX variations support the standardized X Window System for GUIs, with the exception of the Mac OS, which uses a proprietary system.

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Hi Experts,
I am calling a webservice via curl on AIX:
    curl -k http://www.mocky.io/v2/57dd391e0f00007918a2d520 --user MyUser:MyUserPW-H "Content-Type: application/csv" -o myfile.csv

Now I'd l…

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 Java Android Coding Bundle

Whether you're an Apple user or Android addict, learning to code for the Android platform is an extremely valuable, in-demand skill. It all starts with Java, the language behind the apps and games that make Android the top platform it is today.

I want to create a service account that can connect to a Linux operating system and read the following:

- Users' permissions (Read, Write, etc.) to certain directories - not just for the service ac…

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Hello all,
    I am newish to bash and I have been researching and looking at hundreds of examples for a large personal project (especially thanks to my help from folks on here), and I have most of t…

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Hi Team,

I need an help on the unix command, I need to write an single command which will display the number of files in the current directory.
I tried the below command , but not getting the desi…

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Hi,

I am running below script:

#!/bin/sh
# set -x
timestamp=`date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S`
OPS_PID=`cat ops.pid`
OPS_PID_CHD=`ps -ef | grep ${OPS_PID} | grep -v grep | awk '{ if ( $3 != "1" ) { print …

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I have configured NTP in VMware vSphere 6. all setting are done as per the guidelines but still that doesn't work. The time showing in "configuration- Time " as in red color. The server is set up in U…

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Hi All. I am looking for a way to either use a script or some sort of automation to change dates on multiple AIX Servers all at once. At first, I have been creating a NTP Server but it is becoming mor…

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Just like in gmail (& my Outlook) we can't attach an executable file, is there anyway
that we can scan & block if files uploaded (by Rdp copy & paste) is say an executable
& only allow text files?

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I'm exploring to set up a VM running a Linux or x86 UNIX (say x86 Solaris or x86 SCO UNIX if it's still around)
that's dedicated to browsing the Internet : using a VM because I could scale the vRAM, …

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Dear Team,
There are two servers pwd01.us.com and pwd02.us.com.
d01 is the prod server and d02 is the Disaster recovery(DR) backup server.
Both are Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 on Virtual boxes.
M…

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Highfive Gives IT Their Time Back

Highfive is so simple that setting up every meeting room takes just minutes and every employee will be able to start or join a call from any room with ease. Never be called into a meeting just to get it started again. This is how video conferencing should work!

I have currently 20-25 tabs opened in chrome trying to figure this but, but it is probably because I am newish to bash and have only used it a little bit for some specific things. I am trying to make …

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I can not find in official Exim documentation - what are recommended OSes for it: CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Suse, Windows?

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I'm working on a script to locate newly changed files and send out an email, I need help pulling just the file name from the resulting find command.

my find command is-
find /mnt/ABC_POOL/ABC_BUIL…

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I added a 2nd administrator level user profile to a Windows 7 Pro work group computer and tried to map a drive to a SAMBA share on a SCO Unix server. This is the same thing I've done before on the oth…

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Hi,

I have seen many posts about using
"set -o emacs

alias __A=`echo "\020"`   # up arrow = ^p = previous
alias __B=`echo "\016"`   # down arrow = ^n = next
alias __C=`echo "\006"`   # righ…

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I just had a vendor change their server from ftp to sftp.
I was using the following code in my script:
ftp -in $HOST <<- EOF
    user $USER $PASS

But was told this wouldn't work anymore since I…

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Linux server. I have tried everything to get a cron job to produce results but no go.  My web host says they can look in the cron log and see that it ran, no errors. I can run the exact same script vi…

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I have an issue with imaging Sony Vaio laptops with Clonezilla.  I run two Linux servers with Clonezilla.  One of the servers picks up the Vaios without any problem and allows me to save an image.  Th…

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I have a CentOS 7 Linux server (a VM), I've made the disk bigger (was 60GB, now it's 100GB).

I am running Virtualmin on this server to help me with managing the server, but I need to adjust the /ho…

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How to run any project with ease

Manage projects of all sizes how you want. Great for personal to-do lists, project milestones, team priorities and launch plans.
- Combine task lists, docs, spreadsheets, and chat in one
- View and edit from mobile/offline
- Cut down on emails

I am trying to create an OpenLDAP proxy in our DMZ to allow authentication from a Webserver to our ActiveDirectory through OpenLDAP Proxy.

I have spun up a couple servers, one Ubuntu 16.04 with the…

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how to check the aix support which tls version using installed command?

the server in isolated environment have no internet access.

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Does anyone know where I can get either an rpm or install package for PHP 5.6 or later for AIX 7.1?

I have tried the normal download sites but the php versions are much earlier.

Alternately, has…

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In my office one of the de-commissioned DB server hand over to me for the purpose of using other software like Apache.
when I see the details about network  in directory # /etc/sysconfig/network-scr

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I'm trying to find what script/procedure places a file in a specific folder.
I was told that I could use the grep command to do this.
The example I was told to use was: find . lxargs grep MOSBY *

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df will not run.... I can't umount the share.  Do I have to either bring the server side up to get this fixed?  What if I couldn't bring the server side up?  Would I have to reboot client to get the m…

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