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accepted yum remove only single rpm file instead of all packages related to it
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comment yum remove only single rpm file instead of all packages related to it
As I describe, this method only remove one rpm. During the process it will install many rpms. I typo for rpm install. And correct it to yum.
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asked yum remove only single rpm file instead of all packages related to it
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comment Mailx is is not working
To let it clear, maybe it is better to describe your OS. Check cat /etc/*release
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comment Mailx is is not working
You can accept your answer, try it.
Jul
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comment cron table mailx caused empty content
I've tested. This is not work. Even include $HOME/.bash_profile.
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revised cron table mailx caused empty content
centos default root shell is bash, and there is no .profile in root directory.
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comment cron table mailx caused empty content
Just test this on CentOS 6.5, it occurs problem too. You could try it.
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comment cron table mailx caused empty content
If I run the /etc/cron.hourly/mail.cron directly in root shell. It works. So, I think the problem is not caused by the redirection.
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comment cron table mailx caused empty content
@jim, 1. We don't require crontab -l to check cron. I'm sure the cron job works, I got the e-mail. The problem is the email's content is empty, it should contains the log. I don't require change to $(hostname date), that is not the problem.