Automating SSH and FTP

Automating SSH Login SSH is generally happy accepting a hash key instead of username and password, provided you can generate your keys, and get your public key placed on the destination host. What’s ironic here is that doing things the “simple” way in Windows, in a GUI, is actually kind of elaborate, while doing it …

HP-UX Printer Management

HP-UX Printer Management First, a warning: if you’ve been looking at the Linux printer information elsewhere on this site, stop (unless you’re interested in Linux). Here’s why: HP-UX is a System V Unix. Thus it uses lp rather than lpr as its print facility (unlike Linux, for instance.) See this HP IT Resource Center thread …

HP-UX

HP-UX Hewlett-Packard’s 64-bit Unix is everywhere in medical environments. If you’ve had an MRI, an MEG or a CAT Scan, it’s likely your images were managed and viewed on an HP-UX workstation. HP-UX is a System V (as opposed to a BSD) Unix. Mac’s OS X, on the other hand, is a BSD derivative, while …