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0711-317 ERROR: Undefined symbol

I am installing a C package named expat-2.1.0 in AIX 6.1 machine. While performing a gmake it popping the below output. /bin/sh ./libtool --silent --mode=compile gcc -std=gnu99 -I./lib -I. -g -O2 ...
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how to create ubuntu installable iso image from files

this might be a quite silly question but I lack linux knowlege so here it is... I have an ubuntu VPS from which I need to create a development environment under my WMWare. So I wonder if the ...
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Configuring Apache with PHP-FPM, Apache failed to start

I followed this guide to configure PHP-FPM with Apache on my server but after I restart Apache successfully: [root@localhost vhost]# service httpd restart Stopping httpd: ...
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Solaris 11.1 x86 installing Weblogic 12.11

Ive been looking everywhere for a way to install Weblogic on Solaris. According to Oracle's documentation, all you need to install Weblogic Graphical Mode is Login on Unix Go to the directory that ...
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Retrieve secure copy in UNIX?

Is there a way to retrieve a secure copy in UNIX? Why would I need to do this? Because I can login to a remote machine from my local machine, but not the other way around. So I need to retrieve a ...
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-t, -T and/or -t -t options for ssh are not stopping stty errors

I've googled this error (which is a pretty common error) ad nauseam, but none of the solutions are working. Disabling pseudo-tty allocation nor forcing pseudo-tty allocation work for me. I always ...
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NetBIOS replying only to external requests

I have some IPs on the internal network I'm 100% sure have netbios enabled. (I say "internal network", but all the IP octets differ. It is just the same institution and geographical location). If I ...
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Unable to SSH, cannot create /dev/null/.ssh

I am trying to deploy hadoop with a master and slave node. But the master fails to start tasttracker and datanode processes in slaves, as it is not able to ssh into slaves. The error message is 'Could ...
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Allow user to traverse path to given directory

Say, I want to give a user colleague read access to a directory /rather/long/path/to/the/directory, but not necessarily to its parent directories. As explained for example here and there, I first ...
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sed, insert file before last line

The following inserting file method for sed used to be working, even before last line, but not any more. Is it a bug in the current sed? Demo of inserting file method with sed: mkdir /tmp/test ...
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Can I restore a Unix server by copypasting system directories from a backup?

I messed up a Ubuntu server with lots of installed binaries, settings, etc. I'm going to have to reinstall Ubuntu, but I have a complete backup, hidden files and all, though not bootable. I'm hoping ...
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Using pv(1) to limit rsync speed

I'm trying to use pv rather than rsync's builtin --bwlimit to limit the bandwidth of an rsync transfer because --bwlimit is implemented in an eventually-consistent way, and my transfers are so short ...
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Binary file on Linux machine looking for libraries in /lib by default

On my UNIX machine I observed that the binaries are looking for the dependent shared libraries in '/lib' directory by default even though the '/lib' directory is not configured in 'PATH' and ...
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Fail all login attempts from an IP address or IP range [duplicate]

I am noticing a large number of failed login attempts from a range of IP addresses (starting with 117.) How can I automatically fail all login attempts from this range?
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How to install Haskell platform on Kali Linux?

I'm new to Linux and I want to install Haskell platform on my Kali Linux system, but unfortunately I can't do it alone.So I really need your help. Also, if possible explain me how to do it step by ...
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“Less” prompts for “binary file” display when colors in output

We've recently enabled colouring the log files of a few services, I believe we use ANSI escape sequences for that. Looks like this: [2014-06-12 10:56:43,214] [main] [VOID] ESC[34mINFO ESC[0;39m ...
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How to get tree -a to ignore .git directories?

I love using tree to list directories, and I have a git repository with all my dotfiles. For me to be able to see them I need to do tree -a, but that will also list the contents inside the .git ...
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Move child folders into a different folder

I am new to UNIX, and I am trying to write a shell script that would move all folders that are older than a day in log archive directory into another folder. Below is the command I am using for doing ...
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batch rename multiple mp3's stripping leading digits

Hi could anyone help me? Im trying to strip leading digits from multiple mp3 files so "01 some_file.mp3" would become "some_file.mp3" if any one could show me how to doit with zmv that would be great
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If we have a collection of Linux computers on a LAN, how to write shell script to shutdown all computer [duplicate]

I have lab and in that ,collection of Linux computer are connected in LAN. i want how to writ e shell script to shut down all PC when we run that shell script.
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How to jump back to the first character in *nix command line?

When writing a long command in the *nix command line and having to go back to the first character, in order to add something at the beginning (for instance a nohup, when you realize the process will ...
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Delete file if number in filename less than xxxx

I have thousands files in format randomstring_XXXXXXXX.jpg where 'xxx' is unixtime (1388415305). Now I need to delete all files older than some (unixtime) date. Does anyone have a solution for this?
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What risks are there in stopping and resuming processes in Linux?

Let's say I stop a process using Ctrl+Z and resume it five hours later using fg. How risky is this with regards to the proper functioning of the process? For instance, imagine that vim is working on ...
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FTP: Connection Refused

I am trying to transfer files between a Linux PC to a Windows PC. I can ftp the Linux PC with localhost ftp localhost prompts for the username and password and the login is successful. But when ...
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Zero sized tar.gz file found inside a tar.gz file

My current directory contains a single file like this- $ls -l -rw-r--r-- 1 root staff 8 May 28 09:10 pavan Now, I want to tar and gzip this file like $tar -cvf - * ...
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How to temporarily disable rsh between machines for user only

First, please note that I am just a regular user. I cannot do anything as a super user. Our sysadmin has enabled rsh between machines in our local network. That is, I can do this: [user@machineA] ...
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Idle timeout Bourne-style shell

Is there any way to timeout idle users in Bourne-style shell (/bin/sh). man sh does not talk about it. http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?sh TIMEOUT or TMOUT shell env variables in /etc/profile ...
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Pass-through account login through WinSCP [duplicate]

I have a Linux server, where when I connect by PuTTY, I first need to log in using a non-root account (let's say user1), and then issue the command su root or su - root to log in to the root account. ...
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Why my setting with NFS and setuid not working in Linux

I'm using Linux. On machine A I have such NFS setting in etc/exports: /home 10.0.129.130(rw,no_root_squash) I mount this directory on machine A on /home/nfs/ on machine B. And I've set setuid using ...
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(111)Connection refused: mod_fcgid: can't connect unix domain socket

I have a problem with one of my webservers. I have Apache and Nginx (like a proxy-reverse server). My Apache run with mod_fcgid for PHP5.3. All works fine, but only on a few requests show me this ...
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extract file content to mutliple files base on match pattern

I am new to unix. I would like to process this file. PP_NAME_1 jprovider|J Driver Provider|${J_DRIVER_PATH}/jcc;${J_DRIVER_PATH}/jcc_license_cu|${J_DRIVER_NATIVEPATH}|com.jcc.Connection ...
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set/modify environment variable for gnome/kde at runtime

Is there a way to modify or set environment variables in gnome or kde at runtime, ie. after logging in? I specifically need this for gnome, but knowing the kde method would be really useful too. If ...
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email command not working in UNIX Linux

I tried with 2 email UNIX commands mail and mutt from my Red Hat Linux box. It's not sending any mails to the email id I specified. echo "My message" | mail -s subject "test email" <my valid ...
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How can I use zgrep to take a file with IPs and recursively search another path, then take matching lines and correlate them into a single txt file?

How can I use zgrep to take a file with IPs and recursively search another path, then take matching lines and correlate them into a single text file? The command I have been using to find a single IP ...
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Pipe output from two commands into one

Is it possible in unix/bash to pipe output from two commands into another? I tried running the following command, which successfully ran both commands, but the first was piped to stdout and the ...
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Move Files having No Extension

I have 5 files in a directory log.txt abc.pdf def.ppt 1CC 1DD Now I want to Move files having no extension i.e 1CC and 1DD to a another directory i.e tree. whenever i am manually using command it ...
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Find last 24 hours executed commands per each user in bash

How can I find last 24 hours executed commands per each user and mail them the result? I have Ubuntu GNU/Linux. I find out that I need a package named 'acct'. I have already installed and enabled that ...
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Inserting a linebreak in lines starting with a pattern

I have a huge file that has the following format: #pair: 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 ...
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sFTP process ids explained?

Could someone explain to me the process that sftp makes when creating a connection and transferring data, on a control/data level? I know the basics about the ssh authentication and such, but for ...
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what is the difference between /var/lib and /var/run

I am studying unix-like filesystem structure especially FHS. Anyways i know in the recent FHS /var/run is moved to /run I can't understand the difference between lib and run. Can someone elaborate ...
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The system cannot find the path specified

Here is my situation. I have a Windows server box and a Linux box. On my Windows server I have Sharepoint installed and was able to access the shared directory through the Windows command line by ...
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single click or command setup for webserver on unix system

One of the product has requirement of on premise webserver. We are using LAMP stack. We have selected website for on premise use due to business constrains. We are to install this on multiple servers ...
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Awk - Syntax error

I am writing a bash script. setenv lineNUM `grep -n ms-listviewtable wget_list.log | awk '{print $1}' | cut -d ':' -f 1` setenv next `expr $lineNUM + 2` echo `awk '{FNR>=$lineNUM && ...
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How to list only ordinary files on UNIX

I'd like to list only ordinary files (not directories or symlinks) using ls from GNU tools. So far I have only some hackish greps. Is there an option or better way of doing that? Edit: I need more ...
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Domain [ Understanding ] issue when creating a Linux email server

Ok, here goes my paradoxical question. For about 1 year into my hobby-ish career, I used to buy my domains and a hosting package from Reseller Club. I purchased their " shared hosting " plan and ...
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vi Error | Out of memory saving lines for undo - try using ed

While executing the following command on a large file: vi largeFile.log I get the following error: Out of memory saving lines for undo - try using ed My environment is: AIX6 I cannot add any ...
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Is there a scenario where rm -rf -no-preserve-root is needed?

I've seen some questions on here where people accidentally do rm -rf --no-preserve-root or rm -rf *, wiping out most or all of their file system before they can react. Is there ever a reason to use ...
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Piping tail -f into awk

Greeting, I am trying to pipe tail -f into awk to monitor a logfile in realtime, but according to examples, there should be not problem but I can't get it to work. here is the command I'm running ...
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File sorting confusion

Q1. I have a command and I'm confused why it's sorting the filesizes by Kilobytes then Megabytes? $ find ~ -maxdepth 1 -size +1024c -type f -exec du -h {} \; | sort -nr 80K /home/sl6/S3401636/Lab 4- ...
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find using regexp and echo matches

I have about 50 users in /home/ directory and I have cloned a git repository to everyone: Executed at /home/ as root user: find . -maxdepth 1 -type d ! -name . -prune -exec git clone ...