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Apr
5
comment Novell Client logout with windows logoff
That's what I figured, is there a way to mount them as a daemon process so that users logging in/out wont cause this problem?
Mar
18
comment Apache not accessing a symlink vhost directory?
@Flexo I added the ... as the path was really long for the sym link I'll correct that with the full path right now.
Sep
9
comment Remote connect to mysql server?
@ansi_lumen Yep tried multiple ways to connect still getting Access denied for user. I've always had bad luck with mysql allow % wildcard.
Sep
8
comment Remote connect to mysql server?
@Safado I'm using Slackware 13.37 and it doesn't have SElinux installed.
Sep
8
comment Remote connect to mysql server?
@quanta Updated with results
Sep
8
comment Remote connect to mysql server?
Added localhost but still get the same error.
Sep
8
comment Remote connect to mysql server?
@quanta I've included the sql results.
Jan
18
comment How do I access a server from a specific IP?
Thanks, I didn't noticed that. Fixed now.
Dec
13
comment Encrypt each users home Centos 6 and access from windows?
It's not that they aren't trusted, I wasn't sure why my manager wanted this, he said it's not a big deal they could always encrypt the files before storing them. I just though it would be better to have the server automatically encrypt them. The team uses a shared password safe, I think he was thinking if they also had a personal password safe it would add an extra layer.
Oct
3
comment egrep matching group not printing?
sed wont work because I'm doing this on Linux and AIX systems and sed seems to be functioning odd with the AIX. See my question here: ServerFault which no one has been able to answer.
Oct
3
comment egrep matching group not printing?
Thanks I figured I'd try grep first since I've used it instead of awk but that works better. I'll have to learn about awk.
Sep
30
comment AIX sed parsing error 0602-404 but works with Linux sed?
I'm trying to do a check and store the results for an if statement in a script. I added that part. I don't want to do a substitution in the file. This: sed -n '/^ERROR:/,$p' $RESULTSFILE gave me the results I wanted but I'm having trouble doing it to a more complex sed.
Sep
30
comment AIX sed parsing error 0602-404 but works with Linux sed?
I've figured it out and because I can't answer my own question yet I decided to add the answer here. The print var is different in AIX instead of Linux the correct way would be to do the following. sed -n '/^ERROR:/,$p' $RESULTSFILE
Sep
26
comment Regex for sed to grab multiple lines or a better way?
Interesting thank you for explaining that I didn't know about sed addresses and how they worked I'll have to do reading about it.
Sep
24
comment Regex for sed to grab multiple lines or a better way?
Thats nice and clean but it's also including the dashes and the disconnected line. I have to run lines=wc -l; sed -n '2;$lines {p}' in order to remove them is there a way to group with that sed command?
Sep
24
comment Regex for sed to grab multiple lines or a better way?
This worked well, I modified it to grab just the text excluding the dashes and the Disconnect as well as the blank line before Disconnected and after the dashes. sed -n '1h;1!H;${;g;s/.*(-\{80\}\n(.*)\nDisconnected.*/\1/p;}' file