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    [other] Re: NIS client boot order problem

    (I tried to respond yesternight in Lynx, but it didn’t work, it
    let me log in, but when wanting to post it said I was not logged
    in, WTF?)

    A periodically run script, whether via cron or as...
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    [all variants] Re: DYMO label writer How-To

    libcairo2-dev is also required to compile.
  3. Re: Advanced GnuPG Concepts - Advanced Key Generation

    Here’s one, hope you have fun.

    Important remark: always use

    gpg --gen-key --expert
    for key generation, then you can use

    (7) RSA (set your own capabilities)
    and enable S+C+E+A...
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    [other] Re: NIS client boot order problem

    Something like that, yes. We have a script run every 10 minutes,
    positioned on a server, with which we schedule things like that,
    until we get around to set up puppet or something similar. (Just...
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    [other] Re: NIS client boot order problem

    S99 is not good, I chose S95.



    Thanks, this is what I did now. So there is probably no better way, hm?
    I did use update-rc.d though.
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    [other] Re: NIS client boot order problem

    A similar problem has bitten our desktops at work, where we use LDAP.
    The problem is that KDM starts *way* too early, it ought to be run
    last, very last, in the boot process, only after EVERYTHING...
  7. Re: ksh vs bash: setting variable in piped loops are lost

    I don’t think it’s too complicated, but I showed several
    ways of optimising them and using a style of coding more
    native to the Korn shell.



    They use dash, not GNU bash. Forgotten already?...
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    [kubuntu] Re: [hardy] How exactly is network started?

    No, I did not write that. Did you read the posting at all?
    I have a (probably very in-depth) question about the ini-
    tialisation process, coupled with wondering why the DHCP
    exit hooks are not...
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    [kubuntu] Re: [hardy] How exactly is network started?

    Exactly for _what_?

    Besides, it’s pretty much the same Hardy already has.
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    [kubuntu] Re: [hardy] How exactly is network started?

    Ah, indeed. And I thought rcS is only for single user mode.

    Well, networking is started, but I still wonder why the DHCP
    script isn't run at boot, but on a networking restart.

    The other option...
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    [kubuntu] [hardy] How exactly is network started?

    I find myself confused from the Kubuntu 8.04 we use at work.

    Of course, we have NetworkManager disabled (or so I at least hope),
    because it needs to be brought up before kdm starts, so that it...
  12. Re: ksh vs bash: setting variable in piped loops are lost

    Heh, these GNU bash examples are probably one more
    reason to use mksh. Here’s how a native Korn shell
    programmer would do it:



    (du | sort -nr) |&
    n=0
    while read -p size dir; do
    #...
  13. Re: ksh vs bash: setting variable in piped loops are lost

    That would be me ;) thanks.



    Actually, in your case, this would be better:


    (du | sort -n) |&

    I seem to recall, though, that these parenthesēs are implicit in recent versions of mksh....
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