Changing up ethernet speed, duplex mode in Solaris

A solaris system can have single NIC or multiple nic and interface name can be ce, hme, bge, e1000g ,qfe etc. depending on the card used.
For making interface change identify the interface name using ifconfig -a command and then apply following method to change nic speed in Solaris,  read along for making these changes.

fsck Messages, Meaning and Solutions

fsck message can be cryptic and many times it is difficult to understand it is great challenge to decide about the response to provide for fsck prompts.

This article describes  the fsck error messages and possible action that can be performed  during each phase of fsck.  If you are looking for fsck and related information, you can find it in this article fsck – Check & Repair Unix and Linux File Systems

These are the phases and detailed errors, messages  with their meaning

Top 10 Bash Programming Guides, Reference & Tools

Bash is a Unix/Linux  command interpreter (shell). Bash is the Bourne Again SHell created as part of  GNU Project.  Bash is an Bourne  shell compatible shell that incorporates useful features from the Korn shell (ksh) and C shell (csh). It offers functional improvements over Bourne shell  for both programming and interactive use. In addition, most Bourne shell scripts can be run by Bash without modification. Bash  is intended to conform to the IEEE POSIX P1003.2/ISO 9945.2 Shell and Tools standard.

Bash was originally written by Brian Fox of the Free Software Foundation. The current developer and maintainer is Chet Ramey of Case Western Reserve University.

The improvements offered by Bash include:

  • Command line editing
  • Unlimited size command history
  • Job Control
  • Shell Functions and Aliases
  • Indexed arrays of unlimited size
  • Integer arithmetic in any base from two to sixty-four

Here are the top 10 Bash Programming Guides, Reference  & Tools

Agile and Manual Testing in 2018 and Beyond

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The year 2017 was an exciting one for the software industry wherein many companies embraced Agile, DevOps, Scrum, and Continuous delivery models. With these approaches, software is now being rapidly developed and is released in the market a lot quicker than before. Most importantly, the quality of released software is more sustained and gaining the approval of both the stakeholder and the consumer. In fact, research by Technavio expects the global software testing market to grow steadily to around 14% in the coming years. The same study also reports that agile testing services are primarily responsible for the software growth in the market.

However, will these trends continue in 2018? What about the role of manual testers? We all know that software developers prefer software automation testing more because of its reliability, cost-effectiveness, and its ability to save time. But how will manual testers adopt to the growing changes in the future? 

How to Remove ^M in Linux & Unix

Control M ( ^M)  characters are introduced when you use  lines of text from a windows computer to  Linux or Unix machine.  Most common reasons are when you directly copy a file from a windows system or submit form data copied and pasted from a windows machine.

Detecting ^M characters

^M is non printable character and often becomes difficult to find, in order to see if your file contains any non printable character use the cat command with -v option

$cat -v filename

Methods to remove ^M

In all these method , real secret is not to type ^M using keyboard but rather typing in control key sequence to get the ^M control character.