Unix is a multitasking, multi-user computer operating system originally developed in 1969 by a group of AT&T employees at Bell Labs.

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two servers cannot communicate

Two servers (unfortunately one web server one mysql server) were fine until last night. Now, i can't ping, ssh, or open any lines between the two servers. Any other machine can get to them just ...
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Extracting the date of the latest message from an mbox file

How would I go about extracting the "Date:" header for the latest received message in an mbox file? Note that it's not simply an issue of grep'ing for the latest occurrence of "^Date:", since it ...
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slow ftp session

I am running ProFTPD Version 1.3.3c in active ftp mode and have the following firewall rules. But whenever, I do directory listing, it is too slow. It takes time, but directory and files get listed. ...
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MySql does not start on Debian 5 VPS server

I have a 128MB RAM VPS server. I have Debian 32bit OS running on it and I have decided to install some light weight LAMP, so I installed lighthttpd and MySQL but then it had to be started It said it ...
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In Amazon EC2, how do I make it run a python script when I “clone” that instance?

Suppose I have a script in /home/myuser/go.py How do I run that script, when a new instance is booted? (I'm used to using the point-and-click control panel Amazon has...)
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netstat on unix server shows strange connections

netstat is showing a lot of unknown connections from different strange places. are they just attempt to establish connection? or is my server compromised? I've removed my local addresses from the log ...
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how I can get the value of JAVA_HOME from my client

I have nagios client and server, how I can get the value of JAVA_HOME from my client? I have use to set shell command in script that is running from remote host: echo $JAVA_HOME and printenv | grep ...