This is an old post, but I redid the blog…
Not sure how many of you use PuTTY and the COS, but I figured I’d post this tidbit.
I got tired of looking at just
[root@host log]# for my prompt.
Showing only my current directory
I would rather have
Which shows the full path
You can modify the /etc/bashrc file ( back it up first!!!) to change this.
Look for this line in the /etc/bashrc file:
[ “$PS1” = “\s-\v\$ ” ] && PS1=”[u@h W]\$ “
Change it to:
[ “$PS1” = “\s-\v\$ ” ] && PS1=”[u@h w]\$ “
Notice the uppercase “W” became a lowercase “w”. Save the file and log off/log on. Look at your prompt. Now, I have no questions as to which directory I’m in.
Here’s a link to the original post: http://www.vmware.com/community/thread.jspa?messageID=211436&211436
Posted by Jase to Computer Stuff at 3/16/2006 02:19:11 PM
Well, here’s the script that I used to export apps from a Citrix XP FR2 farm for import into a Citrix PS 4.0 farm.
I started out with the FarmAppUtil from Citrix (for XP FR3 and above), and looked at the output XML. I then took Michael Callahan’s script, and modified it to export the XML to “match up” with the format of the newer XML.
So here were my steps:
1. Export with FarmAppExport.wsf
2. Import with FarmAppUtil, which is tested on XP FR3 and above.
Just a note: I had to manually create a MFCOMFolder.txt file with the folders in my old farm. Maybe my next version will have the ability to export this as well.
Posted by Jase to Computer Stuff at 3/16/2006 10:07:27 AM