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Rank Create date Domain name
1. 15-Mar-1985 SYMBOLICS.COM
2. 24-Apr-1985 BBN.COM
3. 24-May-1985 THINK.COM
4. 11-Jul-1985 MCC.COM
5. 30-Sep-1985 DEC.COM
6. 07-Nov-1985 NORTHROP.COM
7. 09-Jan-1986 XEROX.COM
8. 17-Jan-1986 SRI.COM
9. 03-Mar-1986 HP.COM
10. 05-Mar-1986 BELLCORE.COM
11. 19-Mar-1986 IBM.COM
11. 19-Mar-1986 SUN.COM
13. 25-Mar-1986 INTEL.COM
14. 25-Mar-1986 TI.COM
15. 25-Apr-1986 ATT.COM
16. 08-May-1986 GMR.COM
17. 08-May-1986 TEK.COM
18. 10-Jul-1986 FMC.COM
19. 10-Jul-1986 UB.COM
20. 05-Aug-1986 BELL-ATL.COM
21. 05-Aug-1986 GE.COM
22. 05-Aug-1986 GREBYN.COM
23. 05-Aug-1986 ISC.COM
24. 05-Aug-1986 MSC.COM
25. 05-Aug-1986 STARGATE.COM
26. 02-Sep-1986 BOEING.COM
27. 18-Sep-1986 ITCORP.COM
28. 29-Sep-1986 SIEMENS.COM
29. 18-Oct-1986 PYRAMID.COM
30. 27-Oct-1986 ALPHACDC.COM
31. 27-Oct-1986 BDM.COM
32. 27-Oct-1986 FLUKE.COM
33. 27-Oct-1986 INMET.COM
34. 27-Oct-1986 KESMAI.COM
35. 27-Oct-1986 MENTOR.COM
36. 27-Oct-1986 NEC.COM
37. 27-Oct-1986 RAY.COM
38. 27-Oct-1986 ROSEMONT.COM
39. 27-Oct-1986 VORTEX.COM
40. 05-Nov-1986 ALCOA.COM
41. 05-Nov-1986 GTE.COM
42. 17-Nov-1986 ADOBE.COM
43. 17-Nov-1986 AMD.COM
44. 17-Nov-1986 DAS.COM
45. 17-Nov-1986 DATA-IO.COM
46. 17-Nov-1986 OCTOPUS.COM
47. 17-Nov-1986 PORTAL.COM
48. 17-Nov-1986 TELTONE.COM
49. 11-Dec-1986 3COM.COM
50. 11-Dec-1986 AMDAHL.COM
51. 11-Dec-1986 CCUR.COM
52. 11-Dec-1986 CI.COM
53. 11-Dec-1986 CONVERGENT.COM
54. 11-Dec-1986 DG.COM
55. 11-Dec-1986 PEREGRINE.COM
56. 11-Dec-1986 QUAD.COM
57. 11-Dec-1986 SQ.COM
58. 11-Dec-1986 TANDY.COM
59. 11-Dec-1986 TTI.COM
60. 11-Dec-1986 UNISYS.COM
61. 19-Jan-1987 CGI.COM
62. 19-Jan-1987 CTS.COM
63. 19-Jan-1987 SPDCC.COM
64. 19-Feb-1987 APPLE.COM
65. 04-Mar-1987 NMA.COM
66. 04-Mar-1987 PRIME.COM
67. 04-Apr-1987 PHILIPS.COM
68. 23-Apr-1987 DATACUBE.COM
69. 23-Apr-1987 KAI.COM
70. 23-Apr-1987 TIC.COM
71. 23-Apr-1987 VINE.COM
72. 30-Apr-1987 NCR.COM
73. 14-May-1987 CISCO.COM
74. 14-May-1987 RDL.COM
75. 20-May-1987 SLB.COM
76. 27-May-1987 PARCPLACE.COM
76. 27-May-1987 UTC.COM
78. 26-Jun-1987 IDE.COM
79. 09-Jul-1987 TRW.COM
80. 13-Jul-1987 INIPRESS.COM
81. 27-Jul-1987 DUPONT.COM
82. 27-Jul-1987 LOCKHEED.COM
83. 28-Jul-1987 ROSETTA.COM
84. 18-Aug-1987 TOAD.COM
85. 31-Aug-1987 QUICK.COM
86. 03-Sep-1987 ALLIED.COM
87. 03-Sep-1987 DSC.COM
88. 03-Sep-1987 SCO.COM
89. 22-Sep-1987 GENE.COM
90. 22-Sep-1987 KCCS.COM
91. 22-Sep-1987 SPECTRA.COM
92. 22-Sep-1987 WLK.COM
93. 30-Sep-1987 MENTAT.COM
94. 14-Oct-1987 WYSE.COM
95. 02-Nov-1987 CSG.COM
96. 09-Nov-1987 MARBLE.COM
97. 16-Nov-1987 CAYMAN.COM
97. 16-Nov-1987 ENTITY.COM
99. 24-Nov-1987 KSR.COM
100. 30-Nov-1987 NYNEXST.COM

copied from to preserve it.

34quot"quotation mark = APL quote
60lt<less-than sign
62gt>greater-than sign
160nbsp no-break space = non-breaking space
161iexcl¡inverted exclamation mark
162cent¢cent sign
163pound£pound sign
164curren¤currency sign
165yen¥yen sign = yuan sign
166brvbar¦broken bar = broken vertical bar
167sect§section sign
168uml¨diaeresis = spacing diaeresis
169copy©copyright sign
170ordfªfeminine ordinal indicator
171laquo«left-pointing double angle quotation mark = left pointing guillemet
172not¬not sign
173shy­soft hyphen = discretionary hyphen
174reg®registered sign = registered trade mark sign
175macr¯macron = spacing macron = overline = APL overbar
176deg°degree sign
177plusmn±plus-minus sign = plus-or-minus sign
178sup2²superscript two = superscript digit two = squared
179sup3³superscript three = superscript digit three = cubed
180acute´acute accent = spacing acute
181microµmicro sign
182parapilcrow sign = paragraph sign
183middot·middle dot = Georgian comma = Greek middle dot
184cedil¸cedilla = spacing cedilla
185sup1¹superscript one = superscript digit one
186ordmºmasculine ordinal indicator
187raquo»right-pointing double angle quotation mark = right pointing guillemet
188frac14¼vulgar fraction one quarter = fraction one quarter
189frac12½vulgar fraction one half = fraction one half
190frac34¾vulgar fraction three quarters = fraction three quarters
191iquest¿inverted question mark = turned question mark
192AgraveÀlatin capital letter A with grave = latin capital letter A grave
193AacuteÁlatin capital letter A with acute
194AcircÂlatin capital letter A with circumflex
195AtildeÃlatin capital letter A with tilde
196AumlÄlatin capital letter A with diaeresis
197AringÅlatin capital letter A with ring above = latin capital letter A ring
198AEligÆlatin capital letter AE = latin capital ligature AE
199CcedilÇlatin capital letter C with cedilla
200EgraveÈlatin capital letter E with grave
201EacuteÉlatin capital letter E with acute
202EcircÊlatin capital letter E with circumflex
203EumlËlatin capital letter E with diaeresis
204IgraveÌlatin capital letter I with grave
205IacuteÍlatin capital letter I with acute
206IcircÎlatin capital letter I with circumflex
207IumlÏlatin capital letter I with diaeresis
208ETHÐlatin capital letter ETH
209NtildeÑlatin capital letter N with tilde
210OgraveÒlatin capital letter O with grave
211OacuteÓlatin capital letter O with acute
212OcircÔlatin capital letter O with circumflex
213OtildeÕlatin capital letter O with tilde
214OumlÖlatin capital letter O with diaeresis
215times×multiplication sign
216OslashØlatin capital letter O with stroke = latin capital letter O slash
217UgraveÙlatin capital letter U with grave
218UacuteÚlatin capital letter U with acute
219UcircÛlatin capital letter U with circumflex
220UumlÜlatin capital letter U with diaeresis
221YacuteÝlatin capital letter Y with acute
222THORNÞlatin capital letter THORN
223szligßlatin small letter sharp s = ess-zed
224agraveàlatin small letter a with grave = latin small letter a grave
225aacuteálatin small letter a with acute
226acircâlatin small letter a with circumflex
227atildeãlatin small letter a with tilde
228aumlälatin small letter a with diaeresis
229aringålatin small letter a with ring above = latin small letter a ring
230aeligælatin small letter ae = latin small ligature ae
231ccedilçlatin small letter c with cedilla
232egraveèlatin small letter e with grave
233eacuteélatin small letter e with acute
234ecircêlatin small letter e with circumflex
235eumlëlatin small letter e with diaeresis
236igraveìlatin small letter i with grave
237iacuteílatin small letter i with acute
238icircîlatin small letter i with circumflex
239iumlïlatin small letter i with diaeresis
240ethðlatin small letter eth
241ntildeñlatin small letter n with tilde
242ograveòlatin small letter o with grave
243oacuteólatin small letter o with acute
244ocircôlatin small letter o with circumflex
245otildeõlatin small letter o with tilde
246oumlölatin small letter o with diaeresis
247divide÷division sign
248oslashølatin small letter o with stroke, = latin small letter o slash
249ugraveùlatin small letter u with grave
250uacuteúlatin small letter u with acute
251ucircûlatin small letter u with circumflex
252uumlülatin small letter u with diaeresis
253yacuteýlatin small letter y with acute
254thornþlatin small letter thorn with
255yumlÿlatin small letter y with diaeresis
338OEligŒlatin capital ligature OE
339oeligœlatin small ligature oe
ligature is a misnomer, this is a separate character in some languages
352ScaronŠlatin capital letter S with caron
353scaronšlatin small letter s with caron
376YumlŸlatin capital letter Y with diaeresis
402fnofƒlatin small f with hook = function = florin
710circˆmodifier letter circumflex accent
732tilde˜small tilde
913AlphaΑgreek capital letter alpha
914BetaΒgreek capital letter beta
915GammaΓgreek capital letter gamma
916DeltaΔgreek capital letter delta
917EpsilonΕgreek capital letter epsilon
918ZetaΖgreek capital letter zeta
919EtaΗgreek capital letter eta
920ThetaΘgreek capital letter theta
921IotaΙgreek capital letter iota
922KappaΚgreek capital letter kappa
923LambdaΛgreek capital letter lambda
924MuΜgreek capital letter mu
925NuΝgreek capital letter nu
926XiΞgreek capital letter xi
927OmicronΟgreek capital letter omicron
928PiΠgreek capital letter pi
929RhoΡgreek capital letter rho
there is no Sigmaf, and no U+03A2 character either
931SigmaΣgreek capital letter sigma
932TauΤgreek capital letter tau
933UpsilonΥgreek capital letter upsilon
934PhiΦgreek capital letter phi
935ChiΧgreek capital letter chi
936PsiΨgreek capital letter psi
937OmegaΩgreek capital letter omega
945alphaαgreek small letter alpha
946betaβgreek small letter beta
947gammaγgreek small letter gamma
948deltaδgreek small letter delta
949epsilonεgreek small letter epsilon
950zetaζgreek small letter zeta
951etaηgreek small letter eta
952thetaθgreek small letter theta
953iotaιgreek small letter iota
954kappaκgreek small letter kappa
955lambdaλgreek small letter lambda
956muμgreek small letter mu
957nuνgreek small letter nu
958xiξgreek small letter xi
959omicronοgreek small letter omicron
960piπgreek small letter pi
961rhoρgreek small letter rho
962sigmafςgreek small letter final sigma
963sigmaσgreek small letter sigma
964tauτgreek small letter tau
965upsilonυgreek small letter upsilon
966phiφgreek small letter phi
967chiχgreek small letter chi
968psiψgreek small letter psi
969omegaωgreek small letter omega
977thetasymϑgreek small letter theta symbol
978upsihϒgreek upsilon with hook symbol
982pivϖgreek pi symbol
8194enspen space
8195emspem space
8201thinspthin space
8204zwnjzero width non-joiner
8205zwjzero width joiner
8206lrmleft-to-right mark
8207rlmright-to-left mark
8211ndashen dash
8212mdashem dash
8216lsquoleft single quotation mark
8217rsquoright single quotation mark
8218sbquosingle low-9 quotation mark
8220ldquoleft double quotation mark
8221rdquoright double quotation mark
8222bdquodouble low-9 quotation mark
8225Daggerdouble dagger
8226bullbullet = black small circle
bullet is NOT the same as bullet operator
8230helliphorizontal ellipsis = three dot leader
8240permilper mille sign
8242primeprime = minutes = feet
8243Primedouble prime = seconds = inches
8249lsaquosingle left-pointing angle quotation mark
lsaquo is proposed but not yet ISO standardized
8250rsaquosingle right-pointing angle quotation mark
rsaquo is proposed but not yet ISO standardized
8254olineoverline = spacing overscore
8260fraslfraction slash
8364euroeuro sign
8465imageblackletter capital I = imaginary part
8472weierpscript capital P = power set = Weierstrass p
8476realblackletter capital R = real part symbol
8482tradetrade mark sign
8501alefsymalef symbol = first transfinite cardinal
alef symbol is NOT the same as hebrew letter alef, U+05D0 although the same glyph could be used to depict both characters
8592larrleftwards arrow
8593uarrupwards arrow
8594rarrrightwards arrow
8595darrdownwards arrow
8596harrleft right arrow
8629crarrdownwards arrow with corner leftwardsc = carriage return
8656lArrleftwards double arrow
Unicode does not say that lArr is the same as the 'is implied by' arrow but also does not have any other character for that function. So ? lArr can be used for 'is implied by'
8657uArrupwards double arrow
8658rArrrightwards double arrow
Unicode does not say this is the 'implies' character but does not have another character with this function so ? rArr can be used for 'implies' as ISOtech suggests
8659dArrdownwards double arrow
8660hArrleft right double arrow
8704forallfor all
8706partpartial differential
8707existthere exists
8709emptyempty set = null set = diameter
8711nablanabla = backward difference
8712isinelement of
8713notinnot an element of
8715nicontains as member
8719prodn-ary product = product sign
prod is NOT the same character as U+03A0 'greek capital letter pi' though the same glyph might be used for both
8721sumn-ary sumation
sum is NOT the same character as U+03A3 'greek capital letter sigma' though the same glyph might be used for both
8722minusminus sign
8727lowastasterisk operator
8730radicsquare root = radical sign
8733propproportional to
8743andlogical and = wedge
8744orlogical or = vee
8745capintersection = cap
8746cupunion = cup
8764simtilde operator = varies with = similar to
tilde operator is NOT the same character as the tilde, U+007E, although the same glyph might be used to represent both
8773congapproximately equal to
8776asympalmost equal to = asymptotic to
8800nenot equal to
8801equividentical to
8804leless-than or equal to
8805gegreater-than or equal to
8834subsubset of
8835supsuperset of
note that nsup, 'not a superset of, U+2283' is not covered by the Symbol font encoding and is not included. Should it be, for symmetry? It is in ISOamsn
8836nsubnot a subset of
8838subesubset of or equal to
8839supesuperset of or equal to
8853opluscircled plus = direct sum
8855otimescircled times = vector product
8869perpup tack = orthogonal to = perpendicular
8901sdotdot operator
dot operator is NOT the same character as U+00B7 middle dot
8968lceilleft ceiling = apl upstile
8969rceilright ceiling
8970lfloorleft floor = apl downstile
8971rfloorright floor
9001langleft-pointing angle bracket = bra
lang is NOT the same character as U+003C 'less than' or U+2039 'single left-pointing angle quotation mark'
9002rangright-pointing angle bracket = ket
rang is NOT the same character as U+003E 'greater than' or U+203A 'single right-pointing angle quotation mark'
9824spadesblack spade suit
black here seems to mean filled as opposed to hollow
9827clubsblack club suit = shamrock
9829heartsblack heart suit = valentine
9830diamsblack diamond suit
nohup echo -e "set colsep \n set heading off \n set linesize 3000 \n set pagesize 1000000 \n set echo off \n set feedback off \n set trimspool on \n set newpage none \n set underline off \n select * from YOUR_TABLE;" | /usr/oracle/bin/sqlplus username/password@// > outputfile.csv &

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Setting up timezone in fedora, linux, etc..:

cp /etc/localtime /etc/localtime-orig
cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/Los_Angeles /etc/localtime
/usr/bin/rdate -s
/sbin/hwclock --systohc

0,30 * * * * /usr/bin/rdate -s >/dev/null 2>&1
1,31 * * * * /sbin/hwclock --systohc >/dev/null 2>&1

Here is a little trick I came up with to log the activites of a a certain user to a filed named 'worklog'.

Hope that helps :)

$ perl -e 'while (true) { `w | grep fe0 | grep -vi bash >> worklog`; }'
select comment_id,comment_ip,comment_created_on,substring(comment_text,1,20) from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57;

select comment_ip,count(*) as cnt,substring(comment_text,1,80) from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57 group by comment_ip,comment_text order by cnt desc limit 100;

select comment_ip,substring(comment_text,1,100) from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57 and comment_created_on > date_sub(now(),interval 1 day);

delete from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57 and comment_text like ' <h1>Please%';
delete from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57 and comment_text like 'Hi, You should check out <a href="http:/%';
delete from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57 and comment_text like '%\<h1\>%';
delete from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57 and comment_text like '%<a href=%';
delete from mt_comment where comment_blog_id=57 and comment_text like '%http://%' and comment_created_on > date_sub(now(),interval 90 day);
select * from c73ftp/qo777 a where exists (
select 'a' from c73ftp/qo777 b where
b.f1=a.f1 and b.f2=a.f2 group by b.f1,b.f2

Well, it's not as hard as it seems:

iptables -D INPUT -m tcp -p tcp --dport 22 -j DROP
iptables -A INPUT -m tcp -p tcp --dport 22 --source {ip-address-goes-here} -j ACCEPT
iptables -A INPUT -m tcp -p tcp --dport 22 -j DROP

Checking your Linux host name
First, see if your host name is set correclty using the following commands:
uname -n
hostname -a
hostname -s
hostname -d
hostname -f

If the above commands return correctly with no errors then all may be well; however, you may want to read on to verify that all settings are correct.

Configuring /etc/hosts
If your IP address is assigned to you by a DHCP server, then /etc/hosts is configured as follows: localhost.localdomain localhost mybox

If you have a static IP address, then /etc/hosts is configured as follows: localhost.localdomain localhost mybox

Setting the Host Name using "hostname"
After updating the /etc/hosts file correctly, the "hostname" command should be run as follows to set your hostname:


Checking /etc/HOSTNAME (if present)
You may or may not have the file /etc/HOSTNAME:

Checking /etc/sysconfig/network
If you have a static IP address, then /etc/sysconfig/network is configured as follows:

If your IP address is assigned to you by a DHCP server, and you wish to update the local DNS server through Dynamic DNS, then /etc/sysconfig/network is configured as follows:

It makes more sense to move this "DHCP_HOSTNAME" variable into /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 (or appropriate NIC cfg file). So the above section has been moved, see below. If you have only 1 NIC, then the above struck section works fine, but with more than 1 NIC it makes no sense. Maybe this is true for the "'HOSTNAME" line too, maybe that line should be moved into /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 as well. I will investigate further. By default RHL places HOSTNAME=localhost.localdomain in /etc/sysconfig/network.

Checking /proc/sys/kernel/hostname
This is checked with the following command:
cat /proc/sys/kernel/hostname

If you need to set this file, you can either reboot or set it now with the following command:
echo > /proc/sys/kernel/hostname

Dynamic DNS - Updating the local DNS server with your host name and DHCP IP
For Red Hat Linux if you receive your IP address from a DHCP server, you may update the local DNS server by adding the following line to the correct ifcfg file in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts, such as ifcfg-eth0 or ifcfg-eth1:

or if running Debian, edit /etc/network/interfaces as follows (adding the hostname line):
iface eth0 inet dhcp

Updated information about ddns:
Kill the dhclient process ("killall dhclient") - make sure it is gone
Then restart networking - "service network restart"

Updated information for ddns on Gentoo:
killall dhclient
Edit /etc/conf.d/net
uncomment and modify the line as follows:
dhcpcd_eth0="-h yourhostname"
reboot or restart your network subsystem

Thanks to Jack for the Gentoo information!

For more info in Debian, see "man interfaces" and scroll down to"The dhcp Method".

WINS - Updating the local WINS server with your host name and IP
If you wish to update the local WINS server, then use SAMBA, and configure it to point to the local WINS server. samba.html i.e. update the /etc/samba/smb.conf "wins server = " entry with the WINS server addresses for your network - be sure not to enable "wins support = yes" as that will make Linux a WINS server.

Changing the hostname while in X-Windows
Changing the hostname while in X-Windows can be problematic. Most often, new windows cannot be opened. Either
1. change the hostname while the X-Windows is not running or
2. in X-Windows change the hostname, then restart X-Windows.

Start, stop: zopectl [start|stop|restart]
Backup: Copy Data.fs :)
Restore: stop; copy back data.fs; start

Add an external method:
copy your python script under Extension directory
add "def MyMethod(): " in the beginning of the file and indent everything
go to ZMI and "add external method"
test :)

#Search and replace (String)

import string
p_slot_name = "main"
p_from_str = "STR1"
p_to_str = "STR2"
l_items = context.portal_catalog(SearchableText=p_from_str, portal_type='Webpage')
#print l_items
#return printed

print "Replacing %s with %s - for slot %s" % (p_from_str, p_to_str, p_slot_name)

for l_item in l_items:
l_obj = l_item.getObject()
l_type = l_obj.mfs_getSlotType( p_slot_name )

if (l_type == 'TEXTBODY') or (l_type == 'HTMLBODY'):
l_text = l_obj.mfs_getSlotValue( p_slot_name )

if l_text != None:
print l_obj.getId()
l_text = string.replace( l_text, p_from_str, p_to_str )
l_obj.mf_setSlot( slotName=p_slot_name,

return printed

#Search and Replace (REGEXP) --> as an external method

def MyReplace(self):
context = self
import re
import string
p_slot_name = "main"
p_from_str = "/custom_oki/OrderDocument/"
p_to_str = ""
l_items = context.portal_catalog(SearchableText=p_from_str,
#print l_items
#return printed

print "Replacing %s with %s - for slot %s" % (p_from_str, p_to_str,

for l_item in l_items:
l_obj = l_item.getObject()
l_type = l_obj.mfs_getSlotType( p_slot_name )

if (l_type == 'TEXTBODY') or (l_type == 'HTMLBODY'):
l_text = l_obj.mfs_getSlotValue( p_slot_name )

if l_text != None:
print l_obj.getId()
# l_text = string.replace( l_text, p_from_str, p_to_str )
l_text = re.sub("\.pdf?.*?\"", ".pdf\"", l_text)
l_obj.mf_setSlot( slotName=p_slot_name,

#return printed

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