I don't know how to write a shell script to set security policies for Linux to start. and how. I know that there are many security policies for Linux but do not know which one best suited to write a shell script.
Am not sure of the best way to go about writing a script. All I need at the moment is to start a java http server program at startup.How should I write languagetool.sh so as to be able to stop the script execution?
-Qjackctl has a config file which is modified each time QjackCtl is shut down. This means that whatever preset is in use when QjackCtl closes is written into the QjackCtl config file as the DEFAULT PRESET, for the next time QjackCtl starts (or at least this is how I understand it).
-I want to edit a specific line in the QjackCtl.config file, which specifies the DEFAULT PRESET. Obviously its easy to do manually, but I want to do it using a shell script which runs automatically on StartUp so that QjackCtl starts every time with the same DEFAULT PRESET, NOT the last one used.
-Unfortunately Im not at my Linux system right now (which is KXStudio/Kubuntu), but I believe the QjackCtl.config line looks something like this: DEF_PRESET=alsa (where alsa is the name of the preset)
I want a shell script which changes the line DEF_PRESET=alsa to DEF_PRESET=alsa, even when it may currently exist as DEF_PRESET=firewire due to occasions when firewire was the active preset when Qjackctl was last closed. I notice that the application in KDE that enables the user to set which applications open automatically on StartUp also allows the user to select shell scripts.
Ive done some research, as a beginner, and Im led to believe I might need to use AWK and/or CHMOD. I could have a go at writing a shell script but Im always wary about experimenting with StartUp scripts/operations because obviously if I get it wrong and make my system unusable, then because its going to run first thing on each boot, Id have great difficulty disabling it.
I am a novice to the shell script. In my system from db server the log files are enerating with the name log1.txt,log2.txt..... It is capable of keeping 10 files at a time in dir called /db/sis/log1.txt. I want to copy the log1.txt to another directory when ever it generating by attaching the time stamp to it for the back-up purpose. this files will be there for a period of 24 hours. after that the back-up dir should be cleared and it start copying again the fresh file from the same dir.
I want to write a shell script which will simultaneously collect OS user information and write in an individual text files.Can anyone tell me the syntax of the script.N.B. The user name will be mentioned in an array within the shell script.
I am trying to create a shell script similar to ls, but which only lists directories. I have the first half working (no argument version), but trying to make it accept an argument, I am failing. My logic is sound I think, but I'm missing something on the syntax.
Code: if [ $# -eq 0 ] ; then d=`pwd` for i in * ; do if test -d $d/$i ; then echo "$i:" code....
I have a number of text files throughout my /home/pjs/Documents directory tree that have execute permissions set. Almost all of my file names have spaces in them. I am trying to write a shell script that will look at each file in my Documents directory, find the ones that have execute permissions set, and run the command chmod 644. Of course, I don't want the command run on the directories.
The following script *doesn't work*, but might serve to illustrate what I am trying to do:
#!/bin/bash for x in "$(ls -R)" do if [ -f "$x" ] && [ -x $x ]; then chmod 644 "$x" fi done
I want each file and directory name to be placed, one by one, in the variable $x, and then tested with the "if" conditionals.
The first problem seems to be that, although the command "ls -R" does produce a complete list of the files and directories I need, they are not placed, one by one, in the variable x like I want them to be.
Also, I think I should use the shift command so that the option -R doesn't get included as one of the values of the variable $x, but I can't figure out where to put it.
I want to write a shell script contains python one. So,the result of python one is flv file. I want the path of this is copied into a enviroment variable that i have to pass as a flag argument of another program (to convert into mp3). To individuate the result of python script I thought to use (in PWD)
Code: ls | grep -E '^.*mp3$' But my question is: How can I copy this result into enviroment variable?
I have a question, tried to search on the Internet but it is hopeless. I want to write a shell script(bashShell) that will run commands of configuration for vim editor.For example: in the script, it will run ":let", ":set", ":highlight" to configure for vim editor. In addition to, when I searched a pattern and wrote it to file,ed vi to open it automatically. But, I couldn't highlight a word(that is the pattern I'm searching) in vim automatically
Canceled a sys backup in progress now my Waste bin is at max and must be emptied.However OpenSuse 11.3 contradicts itself by claiming there is 0 in the waste bin? Perhaps there is a Bash command that would solve the problem