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  1. Question Database based on cryptography, like Blockchain

    Hi! I'm making some technical drafts to make computing cloud (corecluster) fully decentralized, in P2P architecture. The aim is to simplify the...

    Started by didijo, 02-16-2017
    • Replies: 2
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  2. Compare the system date with date from a text file

    I get the date that's inside a text file and assigned it to a variable. When I grep the date from the file, I get this, Not After : Jul 28...

    Started by locbtran, 02-20-2017
    • Replies: 2
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  3. Bash Script - Copying Lines

    Hi, How can one specific line be copied and printed onto a specific line into a separate file? Thank you

    Started by spbr, 02-14-2017
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 668
    02-18-2017 Go to last post
  4. Delete all log files older than 10 day and whose first string is

    Dear Ladies & Gents, I have a requirement to delete all the log files in /var/log/test directory that are older than 10 days and their first line...

    Started by LoveLinux2009, 02-17-2017
    • Replies: 3
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    02-18-2017 Go to last post
  5. Bash Script

    Hi With the below code, I want to increment, so with a word list it automatically moves down to the next word. So how would I put this into a...

    Started by spbr, 02-16-2017
    • Replies: 2
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  6. Grep from a certificate

    I can view the openSSL certifcate with this command openssl x509 -text -in myCertificate.pem I just wanted to see when the cert will expire only....

    Started by locbtran, 02-17-2017
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 497
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  7. BASH - SED in a For Loop

    Hi, So I want to use SED to copy a list of words from file1.log and print it to line 3 in file2.log, but I want this to be within a for loop...

    Started by spbr, 02-15-2017
    • Replies: 4
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  8. some text parsing help

    Hello I have a file with output in the following format: file1.txt: description1: VALUE1 descriptoin2: VALUE2 description3: ...

    Started by denisl, 02-16-2017
    • Replies: 2
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    02-18-2017 Go to last post
  9. Convert list into csv output

    Hello I have a bunch of files, each with a random number of words in list format. Some files may have 3 lines, others may have 50. I want to...

    Started by denisl, 02-14-2017
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 901
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  10. Compress Files in Multiple Directories

    I would like to compress the files in multiple directories. For some reason, it only compress the first directory (/Sanbox/logs1) but not the rest...

    Started by locbtran, 02-13-2017
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 444
    02-14-2017 Go to last post
  11. Compress Files Only

    I would like to have a script that will compress all the files (using tar) in the "logs" directory (Sandbox/tmp/logs). Not sure where I'm going...

    Started by locbtran, 02-10-2017
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 581
    02-11-2017 Go to last post
  12. Help editing file over ssh

    I need to make a script that will search for the following text in a file and delete those lines for my master and slave DNS zones. example ...

    Started by ghettochild_2600, 02-10-2017
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 381
    02-11-2017 Go to last post
  13. Plink could not execute remote command on 3rd party firewalls

    I would like to share my problem & experience with plink in which i am unable to execute commands on a 3rd party firewall (HUAWEI USG6350) from...

    Started by z_haseeb, 02-08-2017
    • Replies: 2
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  14. Bash Scripting - 1024 combinations

    Hi, With the below code, is there a better way to show this code: #!/bin/bash log_file="/etc/file1.log" LIST="a A b B c C d D e E f F g G h H...

    Started by spbr, 01-31-2017
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 818
    02-01-2017 Go to last post
  15. need some assistance on cisco IOS scripting

    Hello everyone, I am very new to scripting. I have a simple scenario for detecting and avoiding DDoS on my router. i want to monitor Giga0/1...

    Started by bilal_jan, 01-30-2017
    • Replies: 2
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  16. Almost there: Problem expanding variable correctly in sed

    I have the following variable set in a script: TEST="Started at Mon Jan 30 00:10:38 MST 2017" I try to find the last instance of it in a file. I...

    Started by jdh239, 01-30-2017
    • Replies: 7
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  17. regex replace string

    Greetings i have a large file that i need to modify where the lines looks like: something-blue black "#WHITE/>" "AB/C/D/EF/>" "L/F/AB/BGM/>"...

    Started by bishop2001, 01-25-2017
    • Replies: 3
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    01-29-2017 Go to last post
  18. traffic sheduler, where it is called in the kernel?

    Hi, where in the linux networking code are network packets assigned a sheduler like pfifo? i guess it must be somewhere in this function:...

    Started by Havana_Cola, 01-21-2017
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 865
    01-25-2017 Go to last post
  19. Question Using arrow keys in heredoc

    I have a build system that runs for about 5 minutes before requiring user input for exiting a curses-based config program. The user has to hit right...

    Started by doug4, 01-20-2017
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 517
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  20. [SOLVED] C-Shell script passing arguments problem

    I found something insteresting when I tested passing arguments into my scripts. My scripts is as below. % cat passarg.env #!/bin/csh echo...

    Started by bestard, 01-12-2017
    • Replies: 9
    • Views: 2,339
    01-16-2017 Go to last post

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