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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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How can I activate the Front Panel in CDE?

We installed a new Solaris work station at work and most of them come with the Front Panel, however the latest did not. How can I activate it?
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Solaris - Inheriting by files the user's ownership of directory

I have a directory with ownersip like user:group. I want to make on it something like suid on group, but for user - all of new created files have a directory ownership. For example: drwxrwx--- 2 user ...
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Setting up a working internet connection in solaris 11

the title of this post states most of my problem. I am trying to connect to the internet for like 3-4 hours. But for being a total newbie at unix environment I failed pretty badly. How can I configure ...
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Unable to open Windows Disk partitions in solaris 11

The NTFS Windows HD partitions are not appearing in solaris file system, which was not the case when I used Ubuntu. Every single file on my HD was exposed to me when I was in Ubuntu. I have already ...
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What is the maximum memory (RAM) limit for Solaris 11?

I have been trying to find out the maximum memory limit for Solaris 11 for a report that I am doing but with no luck. Can anyone please help?
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How To Let Certain Unix-User To Access Only One Directory

How To Let Certain Unix-User To Access Only One Directory, e.g. I want to let the following username dimension to access the following directory only /var/opt/test/reports/* How i can make that ...
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What's the name of the file system of the operating system in UNIX\Linux?

Is that correct to assume that the operating system is ALWAYS placed in /usr in all kinds of UNIX and Linux? I'm writing a script that has to check the free space in the operating system's file ...
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What is the procedure to check the apache version in a sun solaris machine?

What is the procedure to check the apache version in a sun solaris machine?httpd -v is not working
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Trying to find out when system running Solaris 9 was last updated

I am looking to find out the last time a Solaris 9 box we are running was updated with OS patches, new software installed, etc. I need some way to prove when the last changes to the system were. I am ...
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Where to place an executable Perl script?

I'm now planning a solution that has to call a script that's running on a Linux \UNIX host. I'd prefer to place that script in a folder that exists in all kinds of Linux and UNIX. This helps me to ...
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How to set path for non-interactive shell in Solaris

I'm new to unix and i'm trying to set the path for non-interactive shell in Solaris for the root user and all users. Checking to find the root profile didn't find any .profile or .bashrc or any of ...
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How to install and uninstall Java 7 in Solaris 11 x86?

How to uninstall java jdk6 and jre6 from Solaris 11 x86 OS? and install java7? How to set the path and class path?
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What does little lock on desktop icons mean?

I have a fresh installation of Oracle Solaris 10, when I login as user root, desktop icons all look fine. I created a new user calledhoward and logged in using howard. All desktop icons have a little ...
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Solaris Encrypt command error

I am trying to use the encrypt/decrypt command on solaris /usr/bin/encrypt -l | -a algorithm [-v] [-k key_file] [-i input_file] [-o output_file] /usr/bin/decrypt -l | -a algorithm [-v] [-k ...
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How to tar/zip a parent directory exculding a child direcory

I want tar a direcory which contains a number of child directories. But here my requirement is to tar the entire parent direcory excuding one child directory. Is there any command or procedure for ...
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finger and who command usage

I know that the finger command used to display information about local and remote users. finger --> display users log in on local machine, even if remotely. finger @hostname --> display users log in ...
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Force Solaris 10 reinstall on SPARC T4

New job, new environment... I'm picking up for someone who has "moved on to other projects." One of the last things he worked on was installing Solaris 11 on a Sun SPARC T4-2. Solaris 11 was further ...
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How to extract bytes from the middle of a file?

We are parsing some large EDI files that do not contain CR/LF. However, they do have ~ (tilde) as a segment delimiter. I am trying to extract the control record for the file and the last bytes of my ...
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Opposite of tail: all lines except the last n lines

How can I discard the last n lines of a file with a unix command line filter? That would be sort of the opposite of tail: tail discards the first n lines but pipes the rest through, but I want the ...
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Can i recall an email I sent using sendmail on Solaris?

The option to recall a message seems to be only available on MS Office Outlook. Has anyone tried recalling a message sent by sendmail ?
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Execution of the command of ssh with open/root/.ssh/id_dsa failed error: Permission denied

Working it agrees http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/ru/library/l-hadoop-1/ at first I entered into the user of hadoop by means of a command root@one: /volumes# su hadoop The invitation was as a ...
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xargs and cp: find-style “{}+” multiple expansion?

I'd like to copy a group of files to destination folder. But without needing to spawn a new instance of cp for each operation. The arg format for cp seems to be: cp src_file1 src_file2 src_file3 ...
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recover deleted files from solaris machine [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Undo an “rm -rf ~” command? By mistake i removed my files from solaris machine. i ran rm -rf command in my root folder rm -rf It deleted folders /bin, /dev etc.. ...
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command to show number of processors in UNIX

I want to check the number of processors using by a particular process in unix solaris. Which command we can use for that? Thanks, D.
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How do I find out which process is causing high CPU usage?

I have a strange issue happening on my Solaris virtual machine: After it is booted and up for 1-2 hours, the CPU usage will go up to 100% for 5 seconds, then down to normal for another 5 seconds, and ...
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Does tar preserve links? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I tar ball a directory hierarchy with soft links in linux I am using tar to copy files and directories from a Solaris machine to a Linux machine. Does Tar ...
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Why is my Solaris virtual machine doing this? (100% CPU usage at regular interval)

This is a clean installation of Solaris 11 X86 in the latest Virtualbox, running on Windows 7 host. I am downloading some files in the Solaris virtual machine, and all suddenly, this happens: I ...
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Python by default on all unix systems? [closed]

There was a discussion on which language to choose for a system checker. The system checker is supposed to be a script running on unix systems. On Gnu/Linux systems seem to always have it installed ...
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How to let `man` utility to use `less` to display manual rather than `more`?

I've this Solaris 10 installation and it uses more to display manual content. Is there a way to make it using less to display manual? because more is really not convenient to use. Thank you.
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UNIX command to test for fan status

anyone know the commands(s) for checking the hardware status of the machine, I'm trying to see if there are issues with the processor fans.
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How to uninstall software package in single user mode in Solaris 11

I accidentally installed a software package which keeps my Solaris from booting up. Upon entering single user mode, I ran: pkg uninstall system/install/media/internal However, it fails and says ...
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Which office software is available for Solaris 11?

I am thinking of moving my software dev environment to Solaris 11. Which office software is available for Solaris 11? I would prefer a free one. Thank you!
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Remote CUPS Printing, Is It Possible?

I have a RHEL 6 server, and a Solaris 2.6 server. The RHEL 6 server is able to print to a network printer, which is a Laserjet 4014DN, using CUPS. I want to have the Solaris 2.6 server print to that ...
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Find and Move Files up One Level

I'm trying to search for files with a certain extension and then move all of them up one level in the folder hierarchy. Basically I have something like ...
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Solaris + sorting file according to date and time by sort command

I have along list that created in /var/tmp/file.txt from some script (in Solaris machine) the following list have 4 fields please advice how to sort the list according to the following TIMESTAMP ( by ...
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tar doubled the size of the directory

Under Solaris 10 I have directory called apps. I go into that directory and enter: -bash-3.00# du -hs 7.2G . Then I entered: tar -cvf /var/run/apps.tar apps The result: -bash-3.00# ls -lad ...
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How can I determine if /tmp is a mounted NFS share?

How can I determine if /tmp is a mounted NFS share on Solaris? The issue at hand stems from this SO question, where Jonathan Leffler commented that ... If your /tmp file system is NFS mounted ...
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decode legacy crypt-ed file with mcrypt

I have an old file which I encrypted with old UNIX-style crypt on Solaris. (Yes, I know it's weak, but it was appropriate in this case.) I now want to decrypt it but I am running Ubuntu which doesn't ...
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solaris + egrep command syntax not work

my target is to match snmpmanager string from /etc/hosts file in Solaris machine I don’t get any match output from the following command (but snmpmanager already defined in host file) why?? egrep ...
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How to foreground a job from another session

As root, is there a way to foreground (fg) a job within a root session that is in the foreground of another root session? If the job in the other session has to be put in the background (using bg) ...
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Why is Solaris big endian

... when Unix is little endian? From Wikipedia, Solaris is based on Unix in some sense: In 1987, AT&T and Sun announced that they were collaborating on a project to merge the most popular ...
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What is Solaris top command “SIZE” column?

I have a node.js process running on a Solaris box. In the top command view, the "RES" column which I guess represents the physical memory is constant and reasonable. However the "SIZE" column keeps ...
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Unix command fuser not found

I am on SunOS 5.10. When I am trying to use the command fuser, I am getting an error that it's not found. /home/user$fuser file.dat ksh: fuser: not found But I am able to get the man page entry ...
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How to debug ld.so.1: fatal: relocation error:?

Ive been messing around on a Solaris box, installing precompiled lib/programs from the repos by extracting them and placing them in my home dir. It seems everything ive tried sofar works, except for ...
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Compiling and installing programs as non-root in home-dir?

I'm trying to compile programs under Solaris in my Home directory. Ive had experience with simple installs which work with just $> CD src $> ./configure --prefix=/home/peter $> make ...
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du vs df output

Why are there differences between the outputs of the df and du commands? Why they are not accurate in output? # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda3 1012M 394M 567M 42% / ...
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lsof get traffic size with server

I have a server can I use lsof to find on a specific port the amount of traffic passed with servers? I used so far this in order to sort by highest size, but what info to i really get? how can I know ...
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grep -r not working on Solaris

How can I do recursive grep on Solaris? When I tried, I received this error: -r: invalid option.
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how to compare files/directories of 2 separate solaris boxes?

I have 2 solaris boxes and I need to check certain directories (on local filesystem and mounted nfs) to make sure that they match up on both boxes and to delete or move the other mismatches to ...