Recently in a script I am trying to coloured text in one of the script.
I have been tried couple of ways, failed initially and at the end I got solution.
Content of my script color.sh is following:
echo -e "\e[0;32;47m Hello World \e[0m"
After running the script the expected output in Gray background and text is in parrot green colour.
When I ran command sh color.sh output is:
-e \e[0;32;47m Hello World \e[0m
The output here is as not expected, reason I fond is shell wont support the coloured text.
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For some hours, I am fighting with parts of rsyslog design around 2006 (or so): initially, we
thought that all actions will be terminated by canceling their thread
WHEN they not shutdown within the queue shutdown timeout. Then, we saw
that it was better to at least try it cooperatively (cancellation is
still required if that does not work). Now, with imrelp, I have a
situation where I need to pass some information down to librelp when it comes to termination. Supposedly a very simple thing to do (a single call). ...
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While trying to play with puppet I got error saying that “Could not evaluate: Error 400 on SERVER: Not authorized to call find ……”
The reason for this issue is access permissions for puppet clients.
We need to set proper access permissions in “/etc/puppet/fileserver.conf” file.
Lest say if our puppet master hostname is master.example.com and client hostname is client.example.com, we should add following lines in /etc/puppet/fileserver.conf
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