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  1. trying to get a range in for command

    I have a for loop that I would like to be able to specifiy a range of files untangle-20130214-0443.tar.gz untangle-20130215-0443.tar.gz...

    Started by merrittr, 02-23-2013
    • Replies: 4
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  2. Help with echo

    Hello i am making a script that is suppose to automate the use of DNS servers and I am trying to echo the configuration and write it to a specific...

    Started by Vortex13, 02-23-2013
    • Replies: 2
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  3. empty runlevels overide LSB defaults

    Fixed it, see below. I have learned a lot trying to figure this out, but I cannot seem to come to a solution. I am writing my first bash script...

    Started by saniel, 02-23-2013
    • Replies: 1
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  4. Average and Standard Deviation in Perl

    I am working on a perl script that reads in a log file. The log file has the general form of: (12-Nov-2012, 13:25:17) -- Foo Bar From this, I...

    Started by astrognome, 02-22-2013
    • Replies: 1
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  5. [SOLVED] Bash Script comparing two files

    I need to compare two files. I know this sounds easy but the way I have to create the two files is confusing me. The code that I have is: ...

    Started by dresden0526, 02-19-2013
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 2,607
    02-22-2013 Go to last post
  6. C++ and Linux

    Hello. My friends made a programming club in school, and I decided to join. The goal of the club is to make a Linux distro using Linuxfromscratch....

    Started by DarkApertures, 02-16-2013
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,268
    02-21-2013 Go to last post
  7. If statement with awk

    I am writing a script to select certain fields from a list of user information to generate usernames and passwords This is my script echo...

    Started by whatcouldhappen, 02-15-2013
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    • Replies: 12
    • Views: 1,536
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  8. python, CGI & /dev/mem problem

    I am trying to turn on and off GPIO ports on a Raspberry Pi via CGI Python scripts. The script I have is (the python bit run as root via the command...

    Started by peted, 02-16-2013
    • Replies: 3
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  9. [SOLVED] Script as Root

    Hi I have some requirement to run a script as root by some other user (which is not root). The script adds a new user using / usr / sbin /...

    Started by zulqarnainhabib, 02-14-2013
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 875
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  10. Newbie Question about Virtual Device Driver

    I'm new to Driver Development. I was actually trying to avoid it on this project, but I think what I want to do requires it. Lets assume that I...

    Started by CorporateBoy, 02-09-2013
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 647
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  11. Easiest way to modify multiple filenames all at once?

    Hi all, I have multiple files that look like these: ImgA.1 ImgA.2 ImgA.3 .......... ImgA. 99

    Started by sponge, 02-13-2013
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    • Replies: 17
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  12. [SOLVED] Bash Script Getopts Arguments

    I am trying to write a Bash script that will take a list of strings and search a file for each of the strings and output that to another file. My...

    Started by dresden0526, 02-15-2013
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 932
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  13. Exclamation Cron Job for backing up multiple dbs at once

    Right now I use below script to get a full backup of a db mysqldump --opt -Q -u DATABASEUSER --password=PASSWORD -h DBHOST DBNAME | gzip >...

    Started by Website, 01-31-2013
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    • Replies: 39
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  14. shell script to check port is busy

    Hi All How to create a shell script on centos 5. which tells whether the particula port is busy or not. It will take input port number like 80...

    Started by riteshtaksali, 07-29-2008
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 6,167
    02-13-2013 Go to last post
  15. Username And password script

    I have a list of student information and i need to out put the username and make a password. Below I have a very non effectient way of doing so. ...

    Started by whatcouldhappen, 02-13-2013
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 475
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  16. Linux Programmer Wanted

    BACKGROUND Some years ago my elder son and I developed a programming language in the interest of answering the following questions: 1. Can...

    Started by GerryRzeppa, 02-11-2013
    • Replies: 1
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  17. Question awk: How pass parameters to the function, called from inside awk ?

    awk: How pass parameters to the function, called from inside awk ? Hello, Experts! Please, help me to figure this out: Here is sample...

    Started by hellish, 02-10-2013
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 943
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  18. C++ and hardware configure

    I Have been using linux for eight years or so, and have been teaching myself C++ for one. I picked C++ after researching which language to begin...

    Started by rossrogue, 01-27-2013
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 930
    02-10-2013 Go to last post
  19. awk commas separation

    Dear AWK gurus, We have a file , "xxx.dat" like this -50.4838 2.6147 0.0827 ...

    Started by psu4, 02-09-2013
    • Replies: 6
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  20. API for synthesizing scrollwheel movement

    Hi, I'm searching for a API / function / ... to synthesize scrollwheel movement. Unfortunately I can't use the pageup/down or the arrow keys. ...

    Started by kruszi, 02-08-2013
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 459
    02-09-2013 Go to last post

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