filename with white spaceview story

http://www.unix.com – our user creates a text file with a white space on the filename. this same file is transfered to unix via automation tool. i have a korn shell script that reads these files on a input directory and connects to oracle database to run the oracle procedures which will load the data from each of the files. (HowTos)

Why is Apache serving stale files from NFS despite a seemingly correct configuration?view story

http://serverfault.com – I have two CentOS machines (virtualized) with a mounted NFS share with the following in /etc/fstab: <ipaddr>:/mnt/nfsshare /mnt/nfsshare nfs rsize=1024,wsize=1024,timeo=14,intr,cto,relatime 0 0 I have EnableMMAP Off and EnableSendfile Off in each Apache's configuration. Another server connected to the NFS will occasionally copy over a CSS file with an updated version (e.g. (HowTos)

[xubuntu] Ubuntu 11.10 moving from unity and gnome3 to xfce xubuntuview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – First I like to mention that I been using Ubuntu since 9.10. However, after release 11.04 with unity and gnome3 I became really disappointed. For once I felt that Ubuntu was pushing a UI that is applies driven to tablets and netbooks. I use my desktop at home for doing server/admin work. (Hardware)

How to properly replicate/migrate Public Folders from Exchange 2007 to 2010, and verify once doneview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm currently working on migrating from Exchange 2007 to 2010. To test public folder migration I've created a new public folder on 2007. Added a new folder to it (calendar) and added a few entries. I have owner rights as myself, then added Administrator (how I'm logged onto the Exchange server) to both the Public Folder and it's Calendar child item. (HowTos)

Executing a batch of files within a shell script with option to refire the individual files in batchview story

http://www.unix.com – Hello everyone. I am new to shell scripting and i am required to create a shell script, the purpose of which i will explain below. (HowTos)

Store time stamp for .csh shell usersview story

http://www.unix.com – How do I store the time stamps of each command executed for C shell users? However, I am able to set this for Bash users with this command: Code: export HISTTIMEFORMAT="%F %T " This is how a typical .cshrc look like for a Cshell user: Code: [root@H99XXX]# more .cshrc # necessary to get hostname without domain (AIX, OS/390 and NOT sun) switch (`uname`)   case AIX*: & (HowTos)

Ubuntu 10.04 can't boot, kernel panicview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I downloaded pcap source compiled it and got a lib ending in libsomething.so.1.21.1. (HowTos)

What's the shell command of importing a sql into a db . (MySQL, CentOS w/ cPanel)view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a big sql file (~ 60MB) exported from local development site, and I want to import to my server (running CentOS 5). Lets say the dump file is dump.sql, uploaded to the server. the database name is mydb. I want to do with via ssh, what is the shell command to do so? Thanks! (HowTos)

Problems with gnome-shellview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hi guys,I installed on my Arch Linux system two desktop environments: xfce4 und gnome-shell. On xfce4 anything is fine, but on gnome-shell some preferences were not saved. Especially the time (I'm living in Germany, and the System always shows local time + 1h) and the startup-applications which I setted with gnome-session-properites are saved but nothing happens on next startup (e.g. (HowTos)

Easily Create Screencast Videos With Kazam Screencaster [Linux]view story

http://www.makeuseof.com – If you’ve ever searched around on YouTube for walkthroughs, tutorials, or video reviews of popular software or Linux distributions, you may find them to be pretty useful. Such videos are much better than a written guide or review because you can see how something works or where you can find it. (General)