By: dcoughanour

April 5, 2012 1:59 pm

ATT Live 2012 Session Spotlight–Dr L's CLP 11 Pain Points Sessions

At ATT Live 2012, Dr Bjoern Lotz, the designer and creator of the CLP 11 exam scenarios and evaluation scripts, will be presenting 3 sessions on the various common issues and mistakes that most often make the difference between passing and failing the SUSE Certified Linux Professional (CLP) 11 Practicum Exam.

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By: noneal

December 30, 2009 12:02 pm

Learn Linux scripting with me!

As we transition from NetWare GURU’s to Novell Linux fanatics, take a few minutes and begin to Learn Linux scripting with me!

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By: susethailand

October 14, 2009 4:42 pm

Performance Scripting for GNOME Desktop

This shell script optimizes some of the Gnome configuration options for simplicity and performance.

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By: ataschner

September 9, 2009 3:15 pm

How to integrate custom scripts into the YaST installation workflow and dialogs

Are you one of those, who run custom scripts during or after an AutoYaST installation? Maybe you have been dreaming of getting this integrated into the YaST installation workflow and visible in the installation dialog? This article outlines the steps required to have custom scripts snap nicely into the installation framework including progress bar, messages about the individual steps being performed, logging and help text – just like many of the other installation dialogs.

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By: maggot62

August 5, 2009 4:01 pm

A little BASH scripting to backup the MBRs of all your machine's Hard Drives

You may well have learned the DD command to back up the MBR of a disk. Most servers and some desktops will have more than one hard drive. Also the hard drive device names may vary from hda to sda etc. Here is a simple universal script to provide a backup solution for your Master Boot Records.

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By: gchilders

March 24, 2009 4:27 pm

Using Linux Scripts to Manage VMware Virtual Machines

This solution allows VMware administrators to more easily manage VMware virtual machines from the Linux console, and to more easily script both host and guest commands for automated processes, such as data backups.

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By: maggot62

January 14, 2009 12:42 pm

Uniformity Across Your Linux Platform

The guys at SUSE have done a great job with the init services starting with rc symlinks. This is great but of course other vendors have not yet thought of this 😉 and up until recently even Novell was a little forgetful in creating symlinks for all services. Here we look at a simple cross vendor method to run init script with tab completion.

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