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Novell and OpenNet - Corporate seminar

Postby mahin » Sat Nov 25, 2006 10:15 pm

Please try and attend this event.

Tariq.

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                      Novell and OpenNet Solutions

   Cordially Invites you to the Executive Corporate seminar on


                          The Next Generation

SUSE Linux Enterprise Platform For Open Enterprise you have been waiting
                                  for



To answer your questions about Key Linux Deployment, Identity, Resource
& Security Management and on how the Cost effective solution can benefit
    the IT budget, the Strategic Decision making process in terms of
                              technology.




                                 Venue

               The Sumbul Hall, Karachi Sheraton Hotel.

Date: 28th November 2006 -- Time: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM




                                 Agenda


11:00 AM Registration

11:30 AM Introduction of OpenNet Solutions

11:45 AM Mr. Apurva Shah – Alliance Manager, Novell Linux

12:45 AM Q&A

1:00 PM Closing Remarks (Lunch Served)


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306-307 Clifton Center, 3rd Floor, Kehkashan Clifton, Karachi Pakistan.
               Lahore – Karachi – Islamabad – Faisalabad

                          Cell: 0333-471-8488

                   UAN: 111-357-357 Fax: 021-5863444


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Re: Novell and OpenNet - Corporate seminar

Postby nomankhn » Mon Nov 27, 2006 10:34 am

mahin wrote:Please try and attend this event.

Tariq.

-------------------------------------



Novell and OpenNet Solutions

Cordially Invites you to the Executive Corporate seminar on


The Next Generation

SUSE Linux Enterprise Platform For Open Enterprise you have been waiting
for



To answer your questions about Key Linux Deployment, Identity, Resource
& Security Management and on how the Cost effective solution can benefit
the IT budget, the Strategic Decision making process in terms of
technology.




Venue

The Sumbul Hall, Karachi Sheraton Hotel.

Date: 28th November 2006 -- Time: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM




Agenda


11:00 AM Registration

11:30 AM Introduction of OpenNet Solutions

11:45 AM Mr. Apurva Shah – Alliance Manager, Novell Linux

12:45 AM Q&A

1:00 PM Closing Remarks (Lunch Served)


=========================================================================


306-307 Clifton Center, 3rd Floor, Kehkashan Clifton, Karachi Pakistan.
Lahore – Karachi – Islamabad – Faisalabad

Cell: 0333-471-8488

UAN: 111-357-357 Fax: 021-5863444


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Dear mahin & All,

I would like to ask what are the main points to shift our servers from redhat to suse?

I am waiting if any one help me out.

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Re: Novell and OpenNet - Corporate seminar

Postby mahin » Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:49 am

nomankhn wrote:I would like to ask what are the main points to shift our servers from redhat to suse?


Attend the seminar put this question to Apurva and what ever he replies post here. This will help those who are not in Karachi and can not attend the seminar.

Will wait for your update.

Tariq.

PS. There is no charge all you need to do is call 111-357-357 and register your name so that they have some idea of how many people would be coming.
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Postby kbukhari » Mon Nov 27, 2006 2:19 pm

why not such seminars are orgnized in lahore ?
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Postby lambda » Mon Nov 27, 2006 3:27 pm

what, you mean like this?
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Postby nomankhn » Mon Nov 27, 2006 3:40 pm

kbukhari wrote:why not such seminars are orgnized in lahore ?


Actually they first want to catchup Karachi & then Lahore might be?

But Suse is really a nice operating system , but no features like redhat, they are minimizing command line usage and increasing GUI usage like Microsoft.

Novell purchase Suse Lets see what will be the role of SUSE in pakistan.

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Postby kbukhari » Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:53 pm

hmm i installed in on my PC and found many headeachs while using bash
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Postby lambda » Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:02 pm

is it surprising to anyone that kbukhari was stumped by bash?
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Postby nomankhn » Tue Nov 28, 2006 8:58 pm

kbukhari wrote:hmm i installed in on my PC and found many headeachs while using bash


Darling
sue is really painful. I searched alot thats why, before research i said suse is great but when you go deeply inside that then you can understand those things.

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Postby lambda » Tue Nov 28, 2006 10:43 pm

please explain how suse is "painful" so that we don't waste our time installing it.
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Postby Zaheer » Tue Nov 28, 2006 11:42 pm

AA,
Redhat peoples dont want Suse to be popular.Here in Karachi peoples even dont know and there are many distros but they only know redhat.
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Postby kbukhari » Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:22 am

the X system of suse is Good even its X server works on thos computer which other wont work on my home PC ubuntu redhat and linspire where unable to boot in kde or X but suse can boot in x services i have p4 1.7 with 845 glly board ( its very old)
but if your are working in bash scripting most bash scripts are not working in suse even i check those on slackware redhat and on ubuntu all are working fine and same thing i found in perl

i found suse is very good for those who uses rmps and x sevices i am still running suse on my homes pc but with no shell scripting :(
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Postby lambda » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:06 am

kbukhari wrote:but if your are working in bash scripting most bash scripts are not working in suse even i check those on slackware redhat and on ubuntu all are working fine and same thing i found in perl
bash is bash. it's the same everywhere. i find it very hard to believe that bash on suse is somehow different from bash on, say, fedora core, or debian. please describe why they didn't work for you.
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Postby kbukhari » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:13 am

lambda wrote:
kbukhari wrote:but if your are working in bash scripting most bash scripts are not working in suse even i check those on slackware redhat and on ubuntu all are working fine and same thing i found in perl
bash is bash. it's the same everywhere. i find it very hard to believe that bash on suse is somehow different from bash on, say, fedora core, or debian. please describe why they didn't work for you.


that is the same question. i am unable to resolve

u can try my this scrip on suse or any other

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#!/bin/bash
DHCP=/etc/dhcpd.conf
NAMED=/var/named/chroot/var/named/named.broadcast
NAMED1=/var/named/named.broadcast
COUNT=$(cat /usr/local/kashif/arp)
KASHIFARP=/usr/local/kashif/arp.txt
MAC="awk -F: '{ print $1":" $2":"$3":"$4":"$5":"$6 }' /tmp/grb"
IPADDR="awk -F: '{ print "204.15.5"$7 }' /tmp/grb"
CLNAME="awk -F: '{ print $8 }' /tmp/grb"
echo "" > $DHCP
echo "" > $NAMED
echo "" > $NAMED1
echo "#ARP List For Cache" > $KASHIFARP
echo "deny unknown-clients;" > $DHCP
echo "default-lease-time 3600;" >> $DHCP
echo "ddns-update-style none;" >> $DHCP
echo "max-lease-time 7200;" >> $DHCP
echo "subnet 204.15.5.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 {" >> $DHCP
echo "        option domain-name-servers 204.15.5.1, 204.15.6.1;" >> $DHCP
echo "        option routers 204.15.5.1;" >> $DHCP
echo "        range 204.15.5.201 204.15.5.201;" >> $DHCP
echo "        }" >> $DHCP
echo "#################################################################" >> $DHCP
echo "" >> $DHCP
echo "" >> $DHCP

echo """$""TTL    86400" > $NAMED
echo "@ IN      SOA     ns.namjee.net.pk root.najmee.net.pk (" >> $NAMED
echo "                          60" >> $NAMED
echo "                          3H" >> $NAMED
echo "                          15M" >> $NAMED
echo "                          1W" >> $NAMED
echo "                          1D )" >> $NAMED
echo "" >> $NAMED
echo "          IN      NS      ns.najmee.net.pk." >> $NAMED


echo """$""TTL    86400" > $NAMED1
echo "@ IN      SOA     ns.namjee.net.pk root.najmee.net.pk (" >> $NAMED1
echo "                          60" >> $NAMED1
echo "                          3H" >> $NAMED1
echo "                          15M" >> $NAMED1
echo "                          1W" >> $NAMED1
echo "                          1D )" >> $NAMED1
echo "" >> $NAMED1
echo "          IN      NS      ns.najmee.net.pk." >> $NAMED1

for I in $COUNT
do
echo $I > /tmp/grb
echo "host  $(awk -F: '{ print $8 }' /tmp/grb) {" >> $DHCP
echo "        hardware ethernet $(awk -F: '{ print $1":" $2":"$3":"$4":"$5":"$6 }' /tmp/grb);" >> $DHCP
echo "$(awk -F: '{ print $1":" $2":"$3":"$4":"$5":"$6 " #"$8 }' /tmp/grb);" >> $KASHIFARP
echo "        fixed-address $(awk -F: '{ print "204.15.5."$7 }' /tmp/grb);" >> $DHCP
echo "        }" >> $DHCP
echo "$(awk -F: '{ print $7 }' /tmp/grb ) IN    PTR     $(awk -F: '{ print $8 }' /tmp/grb)." >> $NAMED
echo "$(awk -F: '{ print $7 }' /tmp/grb ) IN    PTR     $(awk -F: '{ print $8 }' /tmp/grb)." >> $NAMED1
done
service server restart
exit 0                                         

this is for script for adding users in dhcp and named service ( running in NCA hostel)
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Postby lambda » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:20 am

i'm not going to install suse just to run that one script. just tell us what you expected to happen and what really happened. paste the exact output instead of paraphrasing.
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