• Process ID zero on Windows

    I am learning how to analyze what a Windows system is doing based on looking at processes and network connections. One system I just ran across has Process ID zero with multiple connections to external IP addresses (most Yahoo registered) on port 80. This has me suspicious as I assume process ID...

    Cybernorris50 pointsBadges:
  • Migration to Ubuntu

    I am certified on MCSE on Windows NT 4 and Windows 2003 so my experience is only on Windows and One of our clients want to migrate from Windows to Open Source Platforms and they have chosen Ubuntu Linux so I need to get knowledge on this operating system or other related FOSS platforms. What should...

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  • Oracle installation and migration between versions in Linux

    Hi Experts, I need some useful doc links or step by step procedure to perform Oracle installation and migration in Linux environment. I surfed through the NET and could not find any good docs or PTF on this. As I'm new to explore this role, can any one provide me some useful related links?

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  • How to launch a program within a C program

    I'm using a C program and I'm trying to figure out how to run (or launch) another program from within it. I would need to be able to write data into STDIN of the program that's been launched. Also, I would need this to work using Linux too.

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  • How find images in Linux using the “find” command

    We currently have several images that are named with a generated uuid1 string. Is there a way to find all these images using the "find" command in Linux? I tried using this: find . -regex "[a-f0-9\-]\{36\}\.jpg". But that didn't work. Could something be wrong with the regex? If not, what should we...

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  • Linux: Redirecting output to a file

    I understand in Linux that to redirect the output from a screen to one of my files, I can use either the > or tee. But I can't figure out why the output is actually still the output to the screen (and now written to the file). Would there be a way to redirect the output just to the file?

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  • Linux: Setting chmod for a folder and its subfolders and files

    Does anybody know if there's a way to set "chmod 755" for /opt/lampp/htdocs and it's content including subfolders and files? And if I create a new folder, can the chmod be automatically set to 755? Sometimes, this works but only for this folder. chmod 75 /opt/lampp/htdocs

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • What is KDB+/Q

    Please let me know what is KDB+/Q used for .

    katieb5 pointsBadges:
  • Learning to use Linux

    Hello all! I have been in the IT Industry for several years now and wanted to know the best locations online to get started working with Linux? I have limited UNIX knowledge such as creating / modifying user accounts and working with the print queue, but I would like to gain a strong foundation in...

    IFIXY2K50 pointsBadges:
  • Receiving error message when trying to install Java application on Linux machine

    I'm currently trying to install a program (that's a Java application) on my Linux machine but we keep receiving the following error: ~$ java -jar gate-5.0-beta1-build3048-installer.jar - ERROR - java.awt.HeadlessException: No X11 DISPLAY variable was set, but this program performed an operation...

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  • Locating a core file in a C program

    I'm running a C program, it keeps saying "core dumped" but I don't see any files under the current path. I've already set and verified the ulimit, like so: ulimit -c unlimited ulimit -a I also tried finding the file name core but couldn't find that. Where is this core file?

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Bash: How to redirect output to a file and stdout

    I'm currently using Bash and I already know that calling foo displays any output from that command on the stdout. Also, I know that foo > output redirects any output to the file specified. But here's my question: Would there be a way to redirect the output to a file and have it displayed on...

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Finding a Bash script that replaces spaces with file names

    Would anybody be able to recommend a safe solution that replaces spaces with underscores in fire and directory names that start from a given root directory? Here's what I have so far: $ tree . |-- a dir | `-- file with spaces.txt `-- b dir |-- another file with spaces.txt `-- yet another file with...

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Discover Wi-Fi connections in Ubuntu

    How can I search for available wireless networks using Ubuntu? It just asks me about the name of the network.

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  • How to control a USB power supply with Linux

    Would it be possible to turn off/on power supplies from a USB manually with Linux? We have an external USB fan and we're trying to control it from the terminal (because it's position is far away). Thank you for the help.

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Patch management procedure for Unix servers

    Hi, Can you please let me know the procedure for the patch management on all Unix servers? Is there any third party utility for this?

    Darsh945 pointsBadges:
  • Anyone installed Zimbra Mail before?

    Hi, Has anyone installed Zimbra E-mail server? It's an open source Collaboration tool. In opinion, it competes with exchange. What do you think?

    S-factor270 pointsBadges:
  • Prompt for input in a Linux shell script

    I'm trying to pause an input in a Shell script and prompt the user for choices. Just the standard 'Yes, No or Cancel' type of question. Is there a way to do this at a typical bash prompt? I would appreciate any help.

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  • Finding the location of an executed program in C++

    Does someone know if there's a way in C/C++ to find the location (the full path) of a current executed program? I tried using "argv[0]" but it's not giving me the full path. Thank you!

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  • Running an untrusted C program in Linux

    I'm trying to figure out if there's a way to run an untrusted C program under a sandbox in Linux. I'm looking for something that would prevent the program from opening files, network connections, etc. The program would also need to be short lived since it has unit tests on it. Can anybody help me...

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:

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