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    Problem!!!

    Hi,guys.
    under unix. certain can be done in this below here!!!
    but can i learn it in a short period/ any tutorial for that?
    can u explain what's the batch processing,printing and depatch report to clients? is it easy to be done in unix?
    how to do that? any short tutorial... pls.. urgents!!!
    hear from u guys!!!


    to operate and monitor both system procedures in accordance with operations/system procedures and standars.--> explain!!

    to perform batch processing,printing and despatch of reports to the clients. --->explain!!!

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    well that didnt really make any sense but it kind of sounded like you want system info: look into the /proc filesystem.

    the "ps" command (many useful arguments)
    printing: look into the lpd suite and cups

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    unix again pls!!!

    hello,lithium
    can u tell me more about the system info that u mentioned to me/
    the /proc filesystem.

    what's the usage of the "ps"??? tell me....

    when in the printing? is it used the lpd suit and cups/
    hello there...

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    cat /proc/cpuinfo

    ps -ax

    dont know anything about printing

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    i recommend the "rute linux guide"

    you can get the ebook online for free here:
    http://www.icon.co.za/~psheer/book/rute.html.gz

    that has a chapter on most things you will need help on.

    the /proc is a virtual filesystem (made by the linux kernel actually taking no hard disk space unless you copy files) which contains files containing system information. such as /proc/cpuinfo for, as you might guess, information about the cpu. there are other files that you can open and read both in a shell or in C.

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    So,lithium



    what for to operate and monitor both system procedures in accordance with operations/system procedures and standars
    CAn u explain this in details?


    what for to perform batch processing,printing and despatch of reports to the clients.
    Can u explain this in details?

    plss..hope to hear from u again

    u meant /proc is to look that the system informations.
    is that?

    how about the /proc/cpuinfo


    and tell me "ps" .... how it works and usage? thanks!

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    Joanna,

    You need to explain better.

    Do you know windows?
    Can you explain using windows equivilence?

    You seem to be asking 'how linux works?'. If you are, it's best to buy a book.

    rotis23

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    hi,rotis23

    i need someone to explain this to me,
    i know a bit about windows only,rotis.......

    ok..here is it......


    1)) to operate and monitor both system procedures in accordance with operations/system procedures and standars.--> explain!!

    how to operate and monitor both system procedures in accordance with operation and standars? how to do that? plss


    2)) to perform batch processing,printing and despatch of reports to the clients. --->explain!!!

    wat is batch processing,printing and despatch of reports about?
    can i learn it a fast way? plsss....... urgent..rotis23!!!!

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    I'm sorry Joanna, you're just repeating the same questions that I failed to understand before.

    Is this some kind of assignment?

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    Its ok,rotis.

    alright.. u just answer this.... what's this? This is not a assigment.

    u can tell me what is batch processsing,printing and the despatch of reports mean in unix? plsss............


    thanks!!!

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    Unhappy fast!!!

    why this forum answered my question so slow?
    pls... do it fast!!!

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    now now Joanna.

    what is 'dispatch of reports'? -> explain!!

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    Unhappy ok

    rotis,
    is there any function to process a bulk of data in unix?
    if u do........... just tell me more about that stuff.
    thanks!!!

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    Well Joanna,

    It depends on what data you want to process and how you want to process it.

    Define the specific problem.

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    Joanna, please be more specific. Is this in some sort of book? a website or other place? post more of what is needed?

    perhaps dispatch report/printing means that you need to program some sort of server which will update files on client computers and print something?

    explain more.

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