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on 14th December 2012 / by thomas.john
The default method of changing a Drupal theme using the graphical Admin interface is familiar to most Drupal users. However a Drupal user is limited to changing only one theme at a time using this method and it is also slightly time consuming. What if you want to enable more then one theme at a time? Drupal provides a quicker way to change the theme using the bash command line. Read on to know how to enable multiple Drupal themes using the bash command line Drupal Bash Drupal Themes Drupal Theming Drush Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 12th December 2009 / by webmaster
Asianet Dataline is an ISP in Kerala and they use a web browser based authentication system to lo Internet Shell Scripting Bash Asianet Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * sanal (not verified) access_time 13 Nov 2019 - 22:20 Please help me on how to do this for Windows 7....... Suresh Kumar (not verified) access_time 13 Nov 2019 - 22:20 Sir, My net connection (CN27964) has been disrupted for the last TWO WEEKS. I have been complaining daily to the authorities but in vain. The phone charges (for complaining) alone equals my monthly rent for the Internet. Whom shall I contact to restore my Asianet net connection? regards-Suresh Kumar, Kochi Ph-9562263748 Vivek Thomas (not verified) access_time 13 Nov 2019 - 22:20 I've been using the login script for about a year now and it's working great. :) I have a fully unattended system at home which would automatically login at 2 AM, start the downloads and then logout at 8 AM and is working fine. But I want to replace my current Intel Atom box with a Seagate Dockstar which doesn't have a RTC so it's difficult to make it login at the correct time, and I don't want it to accidently start downloading at the wrong time. ;) I can see that your script logs in for about 5 minutes for the ntp to synchronise the time, but it doesn't really make sure that the time is updated (am I right? ) So will you please tell me how to make sure that the time is updated correctly and if and only then, run the startup scripts? I can configure ntpdate to run every 5 minutes but then for some reason if it fails to update the time and starts downloading, it will be a big problem. Thanks once again. :) Bhaskar 2k (not verified) access_time 13 Nov 2019 - 22:20 Could you please Elaborate more in details?? Please let me know how to add the script to startup? kirankumar (not verified) access_time 13 Nov 2019 - 22:20 Hi Anoop, I have beenusing the auto login script in my ubuntu machine for some time. However recently since the asianet login site has gone through some change and the tool is no longer working... The username password are correct. Please help.. regards Kiran Pagination First page « First Previous page ‹ Previous Page 1 Current page 2 Page 3 Next page Next › Last page Last » Add new comment
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on 11th December 2008 / by webmaster
Recently we had to provide support on a Red Hat Server where there were hundreds of users and the user directories organized into hierarchies. Normally we change to a users directory using cd ~username. We had some extra time on our hands and wanted to play with the /etc/passwd file and tried to use awk to do the same thing. The following one liner will do this the hard way :-) Linux Shell Scripting Bash Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * cherry (not verified) access_time 13 Nov 2019 - 22:20 alternatively: cd `(cat /etc/passwd|grep username|cut -d ':' -f 6` ;-) Pagination First page « First Previous page ‹ Previous Page 1 Current page 2 Page 3 Next page Next › Last page Last » Add new comment