I was transferring some files from my laptop (running FC6) to a server at my work (don't know what kind) with "scp -rpC" and it stalled, don't know why.
Now when I try to delete the files from the server so I can start again I get the following error message
After booting I noticed that sometimes nmb was not running. The command # service nmb status gives nmbd dead but pid file exists The timestamp of the pid file suggests that at the last shutdown the pid file was not removed, and I guess this prevented nmb to start properly during booting (Although during booting the messages is [OK]).
If I shut down nmb manually, everything is fine. I checked the log in /var/log/samba/log.nmbd and it doesn't show any error. As mentioned, this occurs only occasionally, and I have no idea what may be causing this.
It's meant to move old files from my Downloads folder into an archive file (later tar them). The directory exists, I've used $PWD and nautilus and ls to make sure it's there, yet for every file it gives
Code: find: `cp /home/chris/Download/foo.bar /home/chris/Downloads/ARCHIVE/2011-08-19': No such file or directory I tried to test it on a different destination, specifically my home folder. IT still gave me the error.IS it a bad syntax within find or something else? I'm running a 32-bit system with 11.04
I have a directory called /data In this directory I have some files like abcejb.jar,12_ab_ejb.jar, shejb.jar, test I need a shell script like... 1st I want to check if there is any ejb file exists in the directory using some condition If ejb files exists I want to redirect the ejb files list to a file called list. Now I want to copy all the files in the list file to some remote system.
Is it possible to set up a udev rule that will check if a file exists on a USB drive?
I've got a few ubuntu servers in environments with some very not-techy peoples. Im hoping to get to the point where I can give them a few USB sticks with scripts on them, and if they plus one of these sticks in it will be mounted in, say, /media/special (rather than /media/usb0..7) and then the script would be run. But if a usb drive without special.sh is inserted, it should be mounted to /media/usb0..7 as normal.
I've been googeling for udev rules, and it seems simple enough to specify a mount point based on brand/model/serialnumber/etc... but i havent been able to find anything about checking for the existance of a file.
Tho the more i think about it, the more im starting to think its not going to be that straight forward. Can udev check for a file on a drive before that drive is mounted? Is it going to be a case of mounting every drive to /media/usb0..7 then having a script run that will check for the file, and if its there change the mount point before running special.sh?
I'm having a rather strange problem - I'm trying to run an executable which is viewable using 'ls -l', and whose assembled code can be seen in programmes such as vi, but when I run it it says "zsh: no such file or directory". Here is a transcript of the commands:
There's been a couple of similar questions on LQ, but only one which seemed to have a vaguely helpful answer was this one. I too am running 64-bit Slackware, so it may well be a similar problem. The poster installs "ld-linux.so.2", which I don't have on my system (I have "ld-linux-x86-64.so.2" installed, though)... However, he gets it from a package using apt, and the source package which contains ld-linux.so.2 seems to be glibc.
Is ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 in any sense equivalent to ld-linux.so.2? Have other people seen this problem, and do they believe installing ld-linux.so.2 will solve the problem? If so, is installing glibc the right way of going about it?
My laptop keeps shutting down out of nowhere- now more so than ever since installing Ubuntu. After starting a thread in the hardware and laptop section asking anyone if they had a solution to a well known fan problem with the Acer Aspire 5315 (my laptop), the only responses I received were rubbish in nature. Simply put, the Acer Aspire 5315 has a faulty fan which runs only when it wants to- not when the computer NEEDS it to.
I found THIS solution to my problem: [URL]. As suspected, this isn't a BIOS thing as some have told me that it was. But here's the REAL crappy part - the solution posted in this thread works up until you're about to install the fix via the terminal. The commands spit back at me that "No such file or directory exists". THUS, I'm unable to get this thing working.
I need someone to explain to me why the terminal is spitting out the garbage that it is- that no such file or directory exists when attempting to install and launch the fix for this fan issue. Please be as detailed as possible. What? Should I move the script to some sub-directory? how does this input into the terminal?
I just installed FC10 and then used yumex to install the vsftpd FTP daemon package. I'm using the vsftpd.conf file that came with the distribution, and its almost identical to one I copied from my FC2 machine's working set-up. When I try to FTP in as a known system user I'm presented with my home directory /home/myusername/. The directory appears empty to the FTP program, but isn't in reality. I can't upload a file to the empty home directory. I can move up the directory hierarchy to /home/, but again that appears as an empty directory.
I don't think it's a vsftpd.conf file issue. I've tried everything I can there. Could it have something to do with permissions? I fiddled with those, but couldn't make an FTP directory listing work.
I have a multi user system for my roommates and myself that has separate folders for each of us. I've got user authentication working with samba, but unless I set every file and folder readable/writeable by all users, I can't browse it or edit the files.This isn't ideal as the shares are open to other users access, so I'm hoping there's a way to keep folders at 750 and files at 660 while allowing samba users to browse, delete and edit.Also, the samba share is actually a mounted NFS share from another server. Both the NFS server and the Samba server have the same users/uid's. When a file is created from a Windows host via the Samba client, the NFS server's permissions do show that the correct user owns the files, but since the files aren't mode 666 but 640 I can't edit or delete the file.
Directories(-entries) are in a EXT2 file system managed in a singly linked list. Delete files in the directory causes Gaps or holes to appear in the linked list of the directory.How does a C-source code look like, which would reorganize this list and remove the gaps or Holes.
I am trying to add a command to my backup script to delete the oldest file in the destination folder before adding a new .tar.gz file.I found this information at .html which I thought would work fine and added the following line to my backup script:ls -t -r -l /backups/Scalix_Backup* | head --lines 1 | xargs rmHowever when I tried this I get an error:rm: invalid option -- wTry `rm --help' for more information
I can not use nfs from F10 client to F12 server. nfs mount on F10 to F12 times out anf nfs4 mount gives "mount.nfs4: mounting localhost:/home failed, reason given by server: No such file or directory" I have tried to close firewall and set selinux to permissive mode on both client and server with same result. Samba works fine. On server [root@flokipal ~]# mount -t nfs4 localhost:/home /media/tonlist mount.nfs4: mounting localhost:/home failed, reason given by server: No such file or directory
[root@flokipal ~]# mount -t nfs localhost:/home /media/tonlist [root@flokipal ~]#
The problem is that if you take that right now and run it, it will return back good in that it does exist. What I need it to do is pass back that it's bad because it doesn't exist (that is unless you actually do have that directory in your root).
I am trying to write some small script file that will check if a USB stick is connected to my pc or not. I can't seem to get it to work, but I am sure it is a very simple fix.
I am running on Fedora core 10.Can anyone help me figure out what the problem is?If I run these lines through console it works fine (meaning, I type the commands in this file straight in the command line/console).
I have requirement to delete some log files from a directory if a string"deletethisfile" is found.Then restart the application servers.1. Search for the string ?deletethisfile? in server.log file under a directory, If found 2. Stop that particular server.3. Delete the log file 4. Restart the server.
Not sure but has support and updates for 11.2 come to an end? Every monday morning i make sure i'm upto date with updates etc. This am i get a message saying "repo not available" and having looked online to see if the directory openSUSE_11.2 exists, it doesn't.
At the same time loged in as a std user i regularily offer the command kdesu kwite. the command is accepted without error and the cursur returns on a new line as expected but kwrite doesn't start. I'm guessing that my last update has left me with a broken OS. It doesn't seem very long at all since i installed 11.2!
I am new to scripting, would like to have a script that tests whether a directory exists on remote host & display the message accordingly. The remote hostname can be provided by means of file containing list of hostnames. Can use rsh for connecting to remote host.I tried with couple of scripts by searching google but didn't get desired result. Please help me, below is my efforts, $file contains list of hostnames.
I've got a Ubuntu 10.04 Server edition installed as a VMWare ESXi VM. It's been working great for about 6 months. This morning, after not making any changes, I started seeing some errors. First problem was that my website (managed by apache2) was offline. SSH/ftp didn't work either. So I go through the console through vSphere. Tried a quick ifconfig, and I got this:
Code: bash: /sbin/ifconfig: No such file or directory mmk. Tried ls /sbin/ifconfig, got this: Code: bash: /bin/ls: No such file or directory
Commands known to work: dir, vi, dmesg, rmdir, mkdir, ifup (but it then returns ifconfig not found), shutdown, reboot, fsck (but I chose no to prevent damage) Commands known NOT to work: ifconfig, ps, ls