User write only files under /sys/
What is the justification for files under /sys/ having the permission
I'm running CentOS 4, 2.6.9-42.0.2.EL kernel and am seeing files like:
with permissions of 200, root:root.
I'm not worried about the permissions, but I am curious why a file is
write only. What does the kernel use with a write-only file?
Thanks in advance.
> What is the justification for files under /sys/ having the permission
> of 200?
> I'm running CentOS 4, 2.6.9-42.0.2.EL kernel and...comp.sys.m68k Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) #11
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I am trying to process a Qmail Smtp session Log file ( multilog ).
The section of the Log file is give below :
@400000004123d44320c51f3c tcpserver: ok 9198
@400000004123d44320c52edc qmail-smtpd 9198: connection from
188.8.131.52 (unknown) to mailgateway.foo.com
@400000004123d4451529c72c qmail-smtpd 9198: authentication success,
user Authenticated user:firstname.lastname@example.org
@400000004123d4452fcdffbc qmail-smtpd 9198: mail from:
@400000004123d4460f3cbbe4 qmail-smtpd 9198: rcpt to: email@example.com
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I found that the file db2diag.log on my box is growing more and more. Is
there a way to limit is size? Is it possible to limit the registration only
to the severe or error level events?
Thanks a lot.
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>I found that the file db2diag.log on my box is growing more and more. Is
>there a way to limit is size? Is it possible to limit the registration only
>to the severe or error level events?
> Thanks a lot.
> Franc...Acer 5670
I can't find this component of the mass storage controller driver for XP.
...picked off comp.sys.mac.sys
interesting - some mac users, do tell the truth.
Viruses are not as big a problem as spyware. And with websites like
myspace you have to be very careful. I caught one even on my iMac,
but I have disabled it. The same virus created tons of typos in my
computer system whenever I wrote inside of my browsers, and would
freeze my computer if I left it on all night. It is easy to find bugs
in software that goes online, and spill stuff into the rest of memory
inside of the program and start rewriting code. Mozilla and other
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The 400/800/1200XL/600XL/800XL computers were produced from 1979-1984 by
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according to the documentation (in the help file) I want to put set a
specific path for voerror.log.
gcLocalAppPath := "C:\Users\Nikolaus\AppData\Roaming\App\"
Unfortunatly I recognized yesterday that voerror.log is still written to
the programm directory of the application, in this case C:\Programme\App
Any ideas what I am missing here?
> Any ideas what I am missing here?
Several things come to mind.
Does the path exist on all the machine(s) your running the app on??
Do you ha...sys.path
Is sys.path setup differnently in jython vs python? I have environment
variables pythonpath and jythonpath set to include C:\python22 but the
initial printout indicates it is being ignored. Also when I used
sys.path.extend, the added pathname shows up as a series of single
characters. Have I misused .extend?
['.', 'C:\\maxq\\lib\\Lib', 'C:\\maxq\\jython']
['.', 'C:\\maxq\\lib\\Lib', 'C:\\maxq\\jython', 'c', ':', '\...amsrefs typesetting specifications
Has anyone written an amsrefs bibspec package that emulates the
typesetting specs in mathscinet?
I'm interested in any package that sets author names as last-name-
first, with multiple authors separated by semicolons and NO "and".
I'd like in general to see a complete package that sets all entry
types. (The amsrefs docs are NOT friendly.) But I'm particularly
interested in the author spec above.
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65XE, 130XE, 800XE, and the XE Game System. Atari (based in Silicon Valley,
California, USA) produced this line of computers from 1979-1992.
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I'm contacting this newsgroup due to the many professionals that are here.
The question is: what are the costs to get a server and domain onto the
What will be the biggest problem?
A contact of mine is having his business slowly pushed off a hosting
system and is looking for cost effective alternatives.
What country are you in? When I lived in NYC I could put a small server on
the internet using my residential connection, legally. Here in Ontario,
Roger's won't let you do that. I would probably have to rent server space
from some "official" ISP for ...US-Tx-Austin: Unix Sys Adm, Server consolodation, Strong System Administration, (45317232401)
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1 team member must be strong MS operating systems...Specification of *.mdl file?
exists there on any place a specification of the *.mdl file?
"Alex " <email@example.com> wrote in message
> exists there on any place a specification of the *.mdl file?
The mdl file format is not documented as it changes from version to version.
It is generally not recommended to develop any functionality based on the
mdl file format. Why do you need to know? There's probably a better way of
achieving the same results without going throug...AuthDBI log out is it possible
Hello I am using AuthDBI in my apache server, is there a way to code a
log out button? thanks.
joe <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hello I am using AuthDBI in my apache server, is there a way to code a
> log out button? thanks.
/As far as I know/ you can't force a log out from basic authentication
from the server. Clients will usually remember the login credentials
until they're restarted.
Thanks Joost. I guess there is no way to log out. I tried a few php
authentication script with no luck. Now I was asked if it possible to
have a session life. I did not find a...sys-filesystem interface advice
I'm going to add the Filesystem.mount_point method. It will simply
return the mount point associated with the given file.
Filesystem.mount_point('/home/djberge/foo.txt') # => '/home' (RHEL
My dilemma is what I should do when I can't find an associated mount
point. For example, the device number for '/dev' on our RHEL box at
work doesn't match the device number of any of the mount points.
Which of these options seems most appropriate?
1 - Return nil
2 - Return '/'
3 - Return itself, e.g. '/dev' would return '/d...keeping a program running after logging off
I have a short program that does nothing but check the time and then run a
program if the time is right.
I am calling the DOS system command to check the time and to launch the
other program. This works great as long as I am logged in. If I log off,
the program is terminated (while waiting for the specified time).
The program is written in C, compiled with Borland C++ 5.0 and is running on
How can I make it continue to run after logging off?
John Douglas wrote:
> I have a short program that does nothing but check the time and then run a
> program if the time...Need help to write a specific bindzone
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
<body text="#000000" bgcolor="#ffffff">
<font size="-1"><font face="sans-serif"><big>Hi,<br>
I'm not an expert with Bind but I have to make a specific bindzone for
And excuse me for my english :o/<br>
What is the situation ?<br>
========...Computation effort specification
Posted a variant of this in c.realtime but the cavernous
emptiness there is deafening! :>
I'm looking for "device-independent" units of measurement
to specify computational requirements of tasks. I.e.,
to perform task X, you need Y "(standardized) operations".
From this, I'd like to be able to make scheduling decisions.
I.e., task X must be done by deadline T and requires Y
operations to be performed in that time. As such, if I
don't have the capability to perform those Y operations in
the time allotted, it is foolish to consider schedul...windows device manager and serialpps.sys
I am running 4.2.7p98-o and I am uncertain whether or not PPS is working.
Under windows device manager I can see drivers for the port:
Serenum.sys & Serial.sys have a green tick next to them.
In event viewer, when starting ntpd I can't see any reference to PPS.
My relevant ntp.conf:
server 127.127.20.1 minpoll 4 maxpoll 4 mode 24 prefer # NMEA serial port, 16 = 9600 baud, 8 = $GPZDA
fudge 127.127.20.1 flag1 1 time2 -0.4781
the time2 fudge is the only way I can get the HP 58534 GPS timing antenna not to be marked a false ticker.
The loopstats ...KeyboardInterrupt close failed in file object destructor: sys.excepthook is missing lost sys.stderr
import sys, re
pun = ""
if re.search(r"[.?!]+", line):
pun = re.search(r"[.?!]+", line).group()
pos = line.find(pun)
pos = pos+len(pun)-1
f = open(filename, "r")
for line in f:
line = line.strip()
print line + "\n"
pos = find_position(line)
line2 = line[ : pos+1].split("...Check when a user last logged in?
I'm trying to make a script that will remove/point out or delete old
user accounts. The problem is, I have no idea how to check when a
user last logged in!
Checking the modification date of the home folder will not work
because there are many users that use the same home folder. I had
heard SCO has some sort of built in way of checking for this, or that
there is a unix command that can do it.
Anybody out there able to help me out?
Thanks in advance!
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