Posts Tagged ‘ shell ’

How to Fix Error code: service.FAILURE Method: [unknown] Details:soap:Receiver in Zimbra

Sep 9th, 2014 | By

Finally solved this issue so figured I’d share.  For me it was because I had the zimbra user’s shell set to /usr/sbin/nologin when it needed to be /bin/sh Also if you don’t have openSSH installed you’re going to need that running



Bringing some linux functionality to windows – Multiple Clipboards, Middle Mouse paste & a proper console

Sep 4th, 2012 | By

So as I am in day 2 of my new life as a Windows user I am already longing for some of the functionality that made my life in linux more efficient.  Hopefully other windows users who have never had the privilege(or the frustration) of spending years wrestling with linux can learn how to make
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Renaming multiple filenames using find and sed

Jun 16th, 2012 | By

You thought you knew how to do this didn’t you?  For me my brain thought ‘oh that’s easy I just do..err wait.. Ok I have to think about this.. ok how about.. errr’ and then I went through this mental contortion act of how to get a variable declared using find and then I echo
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Pageup and Pagedown not searching through history in shell anymore

Mar 23rd, 2012 | By

As of 2 days ago I was no longer able to search through my command history in shell with the pgup and pgdown keys, it just produced a bloody tilde in it’s place.  I think it started when I upgraded my kernel to 3.2.0-0.bpo.2 to be honest.  Anyways a major pain in the ass as
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Your own free content spinner shell script in bash (fTW!)

Apr 18th, 2010 | By

So today I set out to modify my massive unique tweet and content generator for my Netsyphon network(ie: hotel-kelowna, innkelowna.com, kelownasrestaurants.com, etc etc) and add an inline content spinner to it.  To date there are a lot of search/replaces happening but they are all one time replaces and reference external files for the replace values.. 
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Importing / Loading a Mysql backup / database from a .sql file – In Shell

Mar 23rd, 2009 | By

I was appalled when the first page of search results for this came up with instructions on how to do this for a Windows server.  So I felt it my duty to add to the tutorials out there for people actually running a real web server (BSD/Linux/Etc) Parse in the .sql file into an already
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