PERL CPAN issuesview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Ok, so I'm on #! 9.04.01 and I migrated from and Ubuntu 10.04 install.Learned a lot :)  Mostly about ext4, aacraid kernel module & raid 10 compatibility issues but that's neither here nor there.Anyways, tried installing the cpan module POE which requires the IO:Tty module. (HowTos)

How to Write iptables commands in perl ?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi guys. I'm new to perl. I've worked with iptables in shell, but now I need to write an iptables command with perl. here is my code that I've tried but it didn't work : Code: #!/usr/bin/perl print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"; $iptables = "/usr/sbin/iptables"; (HowTos)

Help me pleaseview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am a new bee on this forum. Can any one help me in parsing the text file in perl.I have very large text file with plenty of columns and rows.how can i parse the file into Oracle databse. (HowTos)

Iterating through eth and vlan interfaces in perlview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello, I'm searching for a small perl script to iterate through the configured eth and vlan interfaces to get their assigned ip address and perform some processing. I'm after something like: @interfaces = (waytogetinterfaces); foreach (@interfaces){ #perform processing (HowTos)

Retrieving LinkStatus information of all Ports of switch using perl module net-SNMPview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello friends, My idea is to include a daemon into the initialization scripts so that I can know the Link Status Changes of Ports of A Switch throughout the logtime. Well, I want to know about the OID's for retrieving the linkstatus information of a port of a switch. (HowTos)

LXer: Redo Backup and Recovery 0.9.3 Screenshotsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: (HowTos)

Perl Script needed to be reversed to output matching, not non-matchingview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am having a rough time attempting to reverse this tiny script to outfile matching fields. It only outfiles the non-matching. I tried playing with the regular expressions and of course it did not work. Could someone give me some insight as to how to make this reverse its role and outfile matching fields? Thanks! Code: #!/bin/perl use strict; (HowTos)

newbie question--where's my cgi-bin?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi. I'm trying to setup slackware so I can at least test my perl scripts. Apache is running, but I'm not sure where to save my scripts. Here's what I have: Code: sh-3.1$ locate /cgi-bin /var/www/cgi-bin /var/www/cgi-bin/printenv /var/www/cgi-bin/qtest /var/www/cgi-bin/schedule_payment /var/www/cgi-bin/htsearch /var/www/cgi-bin/test-cgi (HowTos)

Linux and Windows Web Hosting Comparisonview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – When choosing a website hosting solution the first thing you should consider is the proper operating system for your system. The major hosting operating systems include Linux and Microsoft Windows. There are also unpopular solutions possible through Unix and Macintosh but you will often find less support for these platforms. (HowTos)

Perl: Find variable text between keywords & replace w/ "term_<variable_text>_term"view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am trying to write a Perl script that can open a file, find text that appears between two identifying strings (for now, "start" and "end"), then modify that text by enclosing it between "term_" and "_term" . Since the identified strings vary, the replacement string becomes "term_$1_term". (HowTos)