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  • How to Determine Age of Solaris Box?

    How can I find out how old my Solaris machine is? It was suggested to look at the files in /etc/ and simply pick the oldest date. But wouldn't some dates represent the OS version, and may not necessarily be as new as the box itself? Or is this a good enough measure? Any better techniques? Is there...

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  • how DNS works

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  • hi i am a student from india doing it engineering ..i would be very thankful if you help me with this query related to ping wrt linux .

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  • SuSE SLES8 Media Kit

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  • SuSE Linux ckuid/ckgid command equivalents

    I'm looking for commands equivalent to the ckuid/ckgid in Solaris or getuic/getuid in UnixWare. The Linux "id" command can possibly substitute for ckuid but that still leaves ckgid. These commands also need to work in a NIS environment. Any ideas? Thanks!

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  • Unix shell script help ?

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  • Solaris Threads

    Can someone please let me know how one can increase the number of threads in a Solaris box for nfsd performance?

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  • Linux clustering versus supercomputing

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  • How to modify external environment variable from 2nd shell script

    There are two shell scripts. First one creates variable as: "export VAR1=init_value;" OR "declare -x; VAR1=init_value;" Second script can read this variable and modifies the variable's value but after exiting the variable still keep original value. What is wrong?

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  • nt/2000 oracle experience to install on linux

    Do you happen to know of any good resources to help a windows Oracle dba very quickly appreciate the linux environment for an install there. It would be great to have a resource that can explain the similar (or not so similar) constructs in a windows environment to that of a linux one. Thanks, Laura

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