• Linux: Less or more command with colors

    In Linux, when I'm trying to read a file with the command 'less' or 'more', is there a way to get my content with colors? Thank you.

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  • Connect direct failing to start on Red Hat

    I try to start connect direct as the root user by doing su connectd -c Etc. But it fails with the error cdstatm launch failure, exiting - anyone any ideas why this is. It works on my other servers. Root starts the service by doing su connectd -c and root should own the cdpmgr & cdstatm...

    Lbduffy5 pointsBadges:
  • Computer hardware architecture

    Can the D-Bus Architecture be 'superseded/replaced' by integrating a 'hardware-driven comm registry'[.NET] into IBM, Intel, et al processors. Microsoft "under the hood" as the communications/applications platform(?) I.e., Foundry manufacturing .NET hardware, and the .NET 'ports' into Linux{...would...

    LloydCata5 pointsBadges:
  • Access lists in Unix-like file systems

    What are the access lists in the Unix-like file systems

    donsollinger5 pointsBadges:
  • How to run a MP3 player including auto techniques using Unix commands

    We need a help with a MP3 player in latest terms in Unix and auto commands implementation knowledge related to the Unix\Linux operating system. I hope for good response. Thank you.

    smitak5 pointsBadges:
  • Linux: Copy-and-verify command

    I'm a photographer and I have all of my digital photos backed up in a few places. Most of the time, I use the CP command but I'm trying to find a better way. Could I use RSYNC in Linux? If not, what's a good copy-and-verify command in Linux? Thanks!

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  • Routing all data from one IP to another in Linux (CentOS)

    I like to route all data that is coming in at one IP address of my server to another IP address somewhere else on the internet. For example: My server has 2 IP addresses: 1.1.1.1 and 2.2.2.2 All the data that is coming in at IP address 2.2.2.2 should be forwarded to address 3.3.3.3 (this address it...

    maartenvika25 pointsBadges:
  • Ubuntu: Upstart job change its userID

    In Ubuntu, can I have an upstart job change its userID and then run a script as an unprivileged user? I know I can use sudo but is there any other way?

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  • Create an administrator user in Ubuntu

    Is there a way to create an administrator user in Ubuntu? A new member on our team needs to have administrative privileges in Ubuntu. Thank you so much.

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  • Upgrade OpenSSH version for PCI compliance in CentOS

    I'm currently running CentOS 5.7 and I need to upgrade my OpenSSH to the latest version for PCI compliance issues. But I'm only seeing 4.3p2 as the most recent version through the CentOS yum repository. How can I update to the latest version?

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  • Keeping a SSH tunnel open

    For the past few weeks, I've been using a SSH tunnel from my job to get around different firewalls. My boss knows about it so it's okay. But after an hour, the SSH connection hangs / the tunnel gets broken. I'm trying to figure out how to at least monitor the tunnel automatically so I can just go...

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  • Resume stopped job in Linux

    Is there a way to resume a stopped job in Linux? I accidentally hit CTRL-Z and it brought me back to my console. I still see it when I type jobs, like this: [*****]$ jobs [1]+ Stopped emacs test_queue.cpp Thanks!

    ITKE1,021,360 pointsBadges:
  • MySQL stored procedure debugger tool

    Hi, I am looking for a MySQL stored procedure debugger tool for Ubuntu (Unix). Can someone help?

    Perfsid5 pointsBadges:
  • C preprocessor interprets word Linux as a constant 1

    In Linux, the C preprocessor in GCC keeps interpret the word linux as my constant 1. This is the test C: #include int main(void) { int linux = 5; return 0; } But here's the result of $g gcc -E test.c: .... int main(void) { int 1 = 5; return 0; } It keeps giving me an error. What should I do?

    ITKE1,021,360 pointsBadges:
  • How to create stale file?

    I need to create a stale file. How can I do that?

    purnima12125 pointsBadges:
  • Get rid of SYMLINK to a directory in Linux

    We have a SYMLINK to a directory. We need to get rid of it but we also want to keep the directory behind it. Is there a way to do this? Do we have to tell it to delete a file and not the directory? Thanks!

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  • CentOS 6.5 bridge can not start automatically after restart

    I installed CentOS 6.5 and configured bond and bridge interface. Bond configuration file: DEVICE=bond4.2301 NAME=bond4.2301 BONDING_MASTER=yes IPV6INIT=no VLAN=yes ONBOOT=yes BOOTPROTO=none BRIDGE=br-ext br-ex configuration file: DEVICE=br-ext BOOTPROTO=none ONBOOT=yes TYPE=OVSBridge DEVICETYPE=ovs...

    sluszkulcs5 pointsBadges:
  • Support UTF-8 on a Linux server

    For the past month, I've been installing a new server and I need it to support UTF-8 in my web application. I've tried on several past servers but I've run in issues. How can I go about doing this? I know I need to configure Apache, MySQL and PHP. It's for a new Linux server too.

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  • Unix programming

    When writing a shell script, how do you verify a command completes successfully?

    tulasi6115 pointsBadges:
  • Directories we should not include in backing up a Linux server

    My team backs up a Linux server and it's storing it on another server. Here's what we have for code: rsync -aPh --del server.example.com:/ /mnt/backup But a friend (who's on another team) says we shouldn't back up /proc because we don't want to restore the /proc on the server. Is there anything...

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