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I need do a small interfaz, it works under bash. I read the user name and password from the terminal then i need validate this data.

My principal dude is:

how look in the /etc/passwd file a user and passwd?

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Only I can use BASH because it is school homework.

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When ever i open vim, i get the error that the following error: E484: Can't open file/abcd/configFiles/vim/syntax/syntax.vim There was a .vimrc file in my home folder that i have removed.

Still i keep getting the same error. Presently in my home folder there is no .gvimrc or .vimrc file.

But still i keep getting the same error. I am not too sure where this file is mentioned.

Background info: The SHELL has been changed from tcsh to bash Earlier i had created a .vimrc file in tcsh, i have removed the .vimrc in bash SHELL.

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I have a bash script giving me the following error:


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line 4: syntax error near unexpected token `<'
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Feb 10, 2010

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Mar 23, 2010

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How should I write the args for smvprintw so that I can pass all the data correctly to mvprintw, and also do my checks on the first two args (for example, to modify them)? I'm confused by the prototype of mvprintw: This is mvprintw as listed in the man pages:

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I have a daemon script which wakes up every 5 minutes and checks the health of started processes. It works fine during the day but throws a syntax error just after midnight.Here is the log:

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Apr 5, 2011

I am trying to modify a script for research purposes and am having difficulty here as I have little prior experience with C-shell scripting.

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for ((old=1, new=2; old<=4; old++,new++))
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Okay, first off I'm no hotshot programmer (and actually lack much familiarity with shell scripting) so apologies in advance if this problem is so trivial as to be irritating.

What I'm trying to do is drop the following command from either a shell script or a perl program. However, while it executes fine and does what it's supposed to when entered from the command line, I can't get it to work as a system call.

Here's the line:


When I drop it from a shell script like this:


I get the following:


If I try escaping the ()s with or ', I get this:


I've tried a bunch of other stuff to get it working (deleting the ()s, spacing them differently, etc) and looked around online for a solution, but I can't find anything that works.

I tried a shell script directly only after anything I tried to drop it from perl with `` or system() failed with the same errors.

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