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By Dave220588 ·
I am using vi to alter some profile scripts for the installation of unidata and have ran into a problem.
I am using the commands;
UDT_EDIT=vi
LPREQ=/usr/spool/1p/admins/1p/printers
NOCHKLPREQ=1
UDTHOME=/u/ud
UDTBIN=/u/ud/bin
PATH=$PATH:/u/ud/bin:/utils
export LPREQ NOCHKLPREQ UDTHOME UDTBIN PATH UDT_EDIT

Whats happening is that this file is not altering the directory that it should do and i am wondering if anyone could tell me whats wrong with the file/if there is some subroutine that redhat Enterprise 4 has that is not allowing me to do this
regards
dave

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by shiny_topadm In reply to UniData

Dave,
I work with UniVerse on the AIX platform so I may not have everything exactly right, but I would suspect that you do not have the correct permissions set on the file [missing "w"rite rights] (can you execute "ls -la" at the system level while attached to the correct directory?) OR that you are not the administrator or owner of that file. (how was your user account created?)
---Will

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by Dave220588 In reply to UniData

It seems that the power of linux has corrected itself after 3 reboots. Why three, im not sure, but unidata is working fine now.
Thanks for your help
Regards
Dave

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