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The LKSF book
The book with the consolidated Less known Solaris Tutorials is available for download here
Fri, 01.08.2014 08:54
I second that. I hope the n ext post is not about solaris 12 or 11.3 being released
Fri, 01.08.2014 00:17
awesome... also, welcome b ack stranger
Fri, 06.06.2014 13:31
When using pam_time, it should be: Wk: weekday (Mo, Tu, W e, Th, Fr) Wd: weekend Al: a ll days Regards.
Thu, 05.06.2014 22:29
What does Wk mean in : Wk1310- 1700? Also, is this feature n ot available in previous versi on of Solaris?
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