I have create some simple bash script file (.sh), and i would like to find out what are the steps that i should do so that the GUI form is able to call out and run the bash script file (e.g clicking the button on the form, and the script will run).
I am currently trying to use Kommander editor to create a GUI form to call the bash scripts that i have created. However, when i try to run it on Solaris 10, it says "Failed to execute child process kmdr-editor".
The solution should be capable to use intranet only (no communication should traverse the inernet). It would be of an advantage if it would support conferencing. And if it's possible it'd be fine if it'd be free.
One solution which comes to my mind is jabber, but I do not have any experience with it... what's your oppinion on that? What other solutions are there?
I have two HP servers which have a total of 10 Ethernet ports each, both running RHEL 5.7. I need to make sure that Ethernet ports are mapped to the same devices in Linux on both systems (see below) because these servers must be identical (the second box is a drop-in replacement in case the first system fails).The ethernet ports on the first system are mapped as follows:
Device Port eth0 Intel Dual Port Card, Port 1 (Rightmost Port) eth1 Dual, Port 2
I am using a Red Hat enterprise server 5.0 I would like to know if there is a way to extract a single file from inside a war file and display its contents on the screen? For example: I have a file labeled test.war and inside this war there are multiple files/directories. I am interested in seeing the contents of one file labeled MANIFEST.MF without having to unzip the entire war file. does it make sense?
I successfully install vnc server and client in my machine after installation in GUI mode i clicked on service and enable vnc server when i click on start. It says that "This service is being refreshed right now" Then after i use terminal and typed "#service vncserver start" its display error message "Starting VNC server: no displays configured [FAILED]"
This is about an oracle application server running on RHEL platform(Linux prod.xyz.com 2.6.18-194.el5PAE #1 SMP Mon Mar 29 20:19:03 EDT 2010 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux). All of a sudden all the application services shut down abnormally on weekend. On the first day of the week, business users were unable to login as a result. For root cause investigation, we were unable to findout anything in the application logs. But were trying to get reboot/shutdown information from the system.....but we are bit confused with the info in /var/log/wtmp by using 'last' command(output given bellow):
[root@prod ~]# last reboot |head -2 reboot system boot 2.6.18-194.el5PA Mon Aug 8 11:26 (1+03:10) reboot system boot 2.6.18-194.el5PA Sun Aug 7 17:27 (17:55)
We doubt the server might have gone down on Sunday(7th Aug) but there's also an entry of 8th Aug, on which day the server was running fine, no reboot/shutdown happened. If there any other way of getting info on reboot timings.
I just installed Red Hat 6 but when I try to login it prompts me to enter a "Smartcard Authentication" instead of a user name. Does anyone know how to get pass this? and just login with the user name I created or the root?Here's a screenshot of the login screen:[URL]
I need eight (8) raw devices for use with Oracle 11g. I am having a time trying to get these configured and persistent? Anyone have a post. I'm sure someone has figured out how to do this in version 5.
at work place I have an HP ProLiant DL580 with RedHat Enterprise Server 5.4 x64. Today I cloned this machine using clonezilla. What I would like to do is restore the image to VMWare machine for personal purpose (I cannot perform tests on production machine). But after restoring on VMWare I got "Kernel Panic". That's normal due to different hardware.
Now, is there a way to remove the Kernel Panic and correctly boot the machine? I ask our tech department for the RedHat CD1 to enter the "linux rescue" enviromnent, then try to re-read the hardware list with
I have currently Windows 7 running and installed on partition C.I have partition D empty , and I would like to install Red Hat on it without affecting Windows seven ( i.e., dual boot Windows 7 & Red Hat6 ).
I wrote a bash-script that splits each of many .sql-files into two parts by some condition using head utlity. After that I execute all the scripts in sqlplus, and in one or two of them I get an error: SP2-0042: unknown command ")" - rest of line ignored. If I open the file with vi, I can see that in the end of each line there's a "^M", which is treated as a single character. If I delete this character placed before the closing parenthesis, the scripts executes without any errors. In the initial script opened by vi there's no such characters. Is it a problem with the head utility or with something else? Of course, I cannot grep these special chars.
I'm starting an online Internet radio station and my server Linux Distro is Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4 (Nahant Update 4) and I want to install icecast so I can stream music and video onto my website. I already check the package manger to see if it was there and it was not so how do I install icecast?