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    Re: How do I pitch this?

    Citrix licensing is tricky. You need Citrix User Licenses and MS CALs (Client Access Licenses). CALs can be bundled with the OS License and your company may save money using these Licesnes (per...
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    [ubuntu] Re: shutdown ubuntu from windows

    Use ssh to get on the Ubuntu box, then shut it down.
  3. [all variants] Re: Using a symbolic link, how do I move the file the symbolic link is pointing to?

    LN="link.txt"; NEWPATH="/usr/local/bin/"; LNTARGET=`ls -l "$LN" | grep ^l | grep "$LN" | awk -F "-> " '{print $2}'`; if [[ -e "$LNTARGET" ]]; then; LNTARGETF=$(basename "$LNTARGET"); mv "$LNTARGET"...
  4. [all variants] Re: Using a symbolic link, how do I move the file the symbolic link is pointing to?

    LN="link.txt"; NEWTARGET="somefile.txt"; LNTARGET=`ls -l "$LN" | grep ^l | grep "$LN" | awk -F "-> " '{print $2}'`; if [[ -e "$LNTARGET" ]]; then; mv "$LNTARGET" "$NEWTARGET"; ln -sf "$NEWTARGET"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: how to compare two files in an if loop??

    I second the use of diff.
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    Re: Install Fest or Atlanta Linux Fest for 2009?

    The Georgia Tech Linux Users Group performs an install fest at least once a semester I think. It will happen somewhere on Georgia Tech's Atlanta campus. Attendance is free and open to the public. ...
  7. Re: Need good virtualization product for mac, to test linux's.

    Yup. You mentioned free so I did not mentions Fusion or Parallels. I have used both of those products and I preferred Fusion at the time but both have probably released a new product since I last...
  8. Re: Need good virtualization product for mac, to test linux's.

    virtualbox
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using the Terminal

    A semicolon ";" can also separate commands.
  10. [ubuntu] Re: New to web servers. Is Centos any safer than Ubuntu for ECommerce?

    As E_K said either can be configured to be secure if you have the know-how and put in the effort. I think the main draw of CentOS is that it is designed first and foremost to be an enterprise server...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Roaming Profiles

    1) It doesn't matter if the user exists on the server or not but the UID/GID of the remote home folder will need to match that of the user on all the clients. That means you will need to make sure...
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    Re: Can anybody recommend a good smartphone?

    This is just my opinion (and perhaps it should have been obvious) but don't get any product with any version of windows mobile on it. Windows mobile is total garbage. Slow, buggy and lacking in...
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    [all variants] Re: How to move /usr to a new disk

    Is /usr currently it's own separate mount point? If its currently part of the / mount point (which it probably is) you can probably create space by cleaning up or moving /var (or any number of other...
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    [all variants] Re: How to move /usr to a new disk

    Its probably a better idea to move /home to another disk because thats where all your personal files should be and thats usually where most of the size in a file system ends up on a PC. To do this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu for sun enterprise 450 ?

    Hmmm... I was not aware of these ports at all. I seem to remember an announcement about Ubuntu dropping support for ppc but it seems I'm wrong about that too. Maybe it was just Canonical.

    EDIT:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu for sun enterprise 450 ?

    I don't think Ubuntu is distributed for the sparc architecture. Your best bet would probably be Debian. It's similar to Ubuntu but with the goal of rock solid stability instead of cutting edge...
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    Re: HTML Table Query

    Use the border-collapse: collapse CSS property.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Another Duel Booting Question

    I think this depends on which OS you plan to use most of the time. If you are going to be using Ubuntu most of the time use ext3. If you are going to be using Windows most of the time then use...
  19. Thread: wget help

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    [all variants] Re: wget help

    I wrote a wget wrapper script that makes this easier. Here it is:


    !/usr/bin/ksh
    #siteget

    #check for wget
    WGETBIN=/usr/bin/wget
    until [[ -f $WGETBIN ]]
    do
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    [ubuntu] Re: Kaspersky on Ubuntu 8.04.1

    Try adding /bin/mkdir -p /var/run/kav4ws 2>/dev/null to start. I put the change in red in the script. Its not very nice but hopefully it fixes your specific issue.
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    [ubuntu] Re: iptables is too smart for my own good

    Try this or this. TLDP usually has pretty good stuff.
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    [ubuntu] Re: iptables is too smart for my own good

    I did not realize virtual box was involved. How is the the VMs networking configured? Is it NAT or HIN? VirtualBox NAT has unreliable UDP support according to the VirtualBox user manual.

    A...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Kaspersky on Ubuntu 8.04.1

    The script is /etc/init.d/kas4ws. Just run 'cat /etc/init.d/kas4ws' and copy the output.
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    [ubuntu] Re: iptables is too smart for my own good

    UDP is always "stateless". It is one way fire and forget communication.

    Perhaps it would be best to show us the rules you have in place,
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    [ubuntu] Re: Kaspersky on Ubuntu 8.04.1

    Post the contents of the init script
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