You can download the following PDF which you can use it for a quick start on Solaris:
the PDF file taking about the following outlines:
LVM :- Logical Volume Manager and it’s a disk Management for Linux/UNIX Systems.
you can uncompressed zipping files using java, specially “jar” command:
to do that , try the following :
/usr/java6/bin/jar -xvf /tmp/test.zip
The Following points shows the meaning of each run level :
0 – halt
1 – single user
2 – multiuser (default)
3 – same as 2
4 – same as 2
5 – same as 2
6 – reboot Continue reading
run the following command to know your current run level:
# who -r
run-level 2 2013-12-20 00:39
when you login to the system you get a welcome message which contain information about “Last unsuccessful login” , “Last login” and System Information.
if you need to disable this message, just run the following command :
some times you transfer files from windows to Linux or UNIX using binary method, you will find some hidden characters on the file, to display these hidden character use commands “cat” with option “vte” see the following examples:
suppose that i have 2 systems Linux1 & Linux2 and on each server i have user test1 on Linux1 and test2 on Linux2.
now, i want to make user test1 on Linux1 access server Linux2 on user test2 without password.
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Set CDPATH to ease navigation
CDPATH tells the cd command to look in this colon-separated list of directories for your destination. My preferred order are
1) the current directory, specified by the empty string between the = and the first colon,