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Old 06-15-2010, 12:55 AM   #1
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Porting commands from Solaris to Linux


I'm porting some scripts from solaris to Linux. As this group is not
related to both, I need your help in analysing the difference in
commands. I have stated what I have tried to analyse:

Solaris Linux

gzcat Not found. Can be replaced by zcat.

cfgadm Not found. hotplug and udev (No idea what are these.
Can be replaced in Linux ??)

dispadmin Process schedling. Can be replaced by nice??. Not sure.

lu Live upgrade. No idea about alternative in Linux

Please analyse this and let me know about the other alternatives,

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