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    RedHat 9 is a million years old and was...

    RedHat 9 is a million years old and was discontinued many years ago. You might want to upgrade to something newer.

    Fedora Legacy has been providing security updates for RH9 (instructions here),...
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    also you can do the "free" command, on the "Mem"...

    also you can do the "free" command,
    on the "Mem" row under "total" column it tells you how much memory you have in KB
  3. I was going to suggest virtual functions; but...

    I was going to suggest virtual functions; but that only works for member functions, which is not what you have here.
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    I thought that's what it does wget url1 url2...

    I thought that's what it does

    wget url1 url2 url3
    I thought that downloads them in order; maybe wrong
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    that's what sed does, it takes the file, edits...

    that's what sed does, it takes the file, edits stuff, and prints it to standard output

    maybe you want "sed -i"
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    actually wget can take many files

    actually wget can take many files
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    That's incorrect. It uses the MS Remote Desktop...

    That's incorrect. It uses the MS Remote Desktop Protocol. The "rdesktop" program in Linux (comes with most distros) and GUIs like "tsclient", Krdc, etc. can use it.
  8. What's not working? Don't you just move...

    What's not working?

    Don't you just move /etc/passwd to /etc/passwd and /etc/master.passwd to /etc/shadow or something like that?
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    can you log in as root? and then you can figure...

    can you log in as root? and then you can figure out your username and/or change your password
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    What is "text"? How does it know if something is...

    What is "text"? How does it know if something is "text" or is gibberish that happens to start with printable characters?
  11. read file no $

    read file
    no $
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    So I assume what happened is the file was deleted...

    So I assume what happened is the file was deleted and a new file was created.
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    This is perfectly normal. You don't understand...

    This is perfectly normal. You don't understand permissions. The permission to create or delete files is the write permission of the parent directory.
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    I don't think it makes much difference; but if...

    I don't think it makes much difference; but if you are so worried about speed, why not just compile everything yourself?
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    * "cp -p" preserves ownership * /etc/hosts is...

    * "cp -p" preserves ownership
    * /etc/hosts is owned by root (not you)
    * but a file created by you is owned by you
    * and only root can change ownership
    * thus it can't preserve ownership
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    there are hundreds more ... :)

    there are hundreds more ... :)
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    First I think you should install smartmontools...

    First I think you should install smartmontools and turn on all the SMART stuff and run "smartctl -a /dev/whatever" occasionally so you might catch it if it was massively failing or other things. ...
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    go to System -> Administration -> Security Level...

    go to System -> Administration -> Security Level and Firewall -> Trusted Services and make sure "WWW (HTTP)" is checked
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    if you follow the "IntelliTXT" link at the top of...

    if you follow the "IntelliTXT" link at the top of the balloon that pops up, it goes to here:
    http://www.vibrantmedia.com/whatisIntelliTXT.asp
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    how about something like md5sum * | awk...

    how about something like

    md5sum * | awk '{print $2, $1}'
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    what distro are you using? make sure you have the...

    what distro are you using? make sure you have the "mailx" package installed
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    ftp://archive.download.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux...

    ftp://archive.download.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/9/en/iso/i386/
    RedHat 9 is like a million years old; really consider using something newer, like Fedora Core.
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    and if there are spaces in filenames, just use ...

    and if there are spaces in filenames, just use

    while read f; do echo "$f"; done < data.txt
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    What does this mean? Can you post the output of...

    What does this mean? Can you post the output of ifconfig? What is a "129 ip"? You will always have a loopback interface (lo) which has the localhost IP (127.0.0.1); this is not what you are...
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    If it is running Fedora Core with SELinux, you...

    If it is running Fedora Core with SELinux, you need to give the file the correct "context". Try
    restorecon <file>
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