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Sysadmin leaning towards *nix, avid fan of the DC Universe, amateur programmer who's learning Python at the moment (and regex gives me nightmares). Oh, and I am a foodie extraordinaire ;)

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Sep
10
asked virt-install KVM “Cannot open display ”
Aug
31
comment lrswipkxtecda in Cyrus
Sorry, updated question to add context. And thanks 'coz this is quite helpful. So if I understood this, the string specifies what actions are permitted by that particular user, right? also, what do k,x,t and e stand for?
Aug
31
revised lrswipkxtecda in Cyrus
more info
Aug
31
asked lrswipkxtecda in Cyrus
Aug
23
revised Microsoft Exchange Management console, Initilization Failed
grammar, spelling and format
Aug
23
revised Is there a traceroute command for VXWorks? Specifically a Shoretel Phone?
grammar, spelling and format
Aug
23
revised Microsoft Exchange Management console, Initilization Failed
Grammar and spelling
Aug
23
reviewed Reviewed Is there a traceroute command for VXWorks? Specifically a Shoretel Phone?
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on Is there a traceroute command for VXWorks? Specifically a Shoretel Phone?
Aug
23
reviewed No Action Needed Why does my local network transfer speed decrease with larger files?
Aug
23
reviewed No Action Needed yum and command line field
Aug
23
reviewed Reviewed Microsoft Exchange Management console, Initilization Failed
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on Microsoft Exchange Management console, Initilization Failed
Aug
23
reviewed Reviewed Microsoft Exchange Management console, Initilization Failed
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on Microsoft Exchange Management console, Initilization Failed
Aug
23
accepted enabling shell access for cyrus user
Aug
23
revised inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
made changes that reflect the correct answer which worked
Aug
23
accepted inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
Aug
23
comment inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
the ldif file was copied from the remote machine to the current machine via scp (and named with extension .tmp). Then the script in the current machine removes the .tmp extention (using mv) and then runs ldapadd; In essence two scripts - one on the remote machine to generate the ldif and copy it here and the second one on the current machine to add it to the LDAP directory.