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  1. I am a noob. I can do basic linux stuff but i am trying to write a script to make this easier. I have never written a script before and i am actually suprised that i have got this fat without rm'ing my entire system. I have several directories that cameras upload images to all day. Basically i want this script to run as a cron job and run at midnight every night and delete all but the last 3 days worth of files. I found the easeiest way to find the files was using the `find` command, so i part wrote and part found this command. If i type this in to the console it works . It will delete
  2. If you would like to know more about the Linux filesystem go here. It describes folders like /etc and /bin and tells you what you can expect to find in them. Very useful document.
  3. Hi, I am fairly new to linux and i have just recently formatted my old windows pc to run Fedora Core 2 linux so i can run a server. I am a proficiant networker so i know what i am doing the physical/windows side of things but i can't get the fedora network card to work properly. Linux Machine is a 3com 3C900 10 Mbp/s network card on a P3 650Mhz 256MB Ram running a recently downloaded copy of Fedora Core 2. It has successfully detected the card on OS install and installed the correct corresponding drivers. It is the device eth0. Linux machine as windows. Was running windows 2000 (wh
  4. A followup for anyone else in the same position as me: http://www.mh-linux.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?threadid=546 This helped me get a graphical user login going (XDM) but what i realy want is the GDM.... HOWEVER i have read on the internet that you should not boot in to GDM using the ttys file as it becomes unstable. Does anyone know a work around or even better, the proper way to install GDM? Gnome is my default desktop enviroment, i.e. when i login and type 'startx' gnome starts. I am using Gnome2 on a FreeBSD 4.9 p.s. or would you suggest that i convert to KDE?
  5. Hi, I have recently installed FreeBSD (i know it's unix but....) version 4.9 i386. Considering that this is the first time i have ever used Linux/Unix Based OS i am doing quite well with setting up the XServer and the Gnome Desktop. My question is this... Ho do i/What file do i change to make Gnome run at startup so that i login to the computer with the Gnome GUI???????????? Please reply this has been pissing me off for the past day, and please speak real simple. i am very computer literate but, Unix is a whole new world to me.
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