Name of the command to generate a unique (file) name?

Name of the command to generate a unique (file) name?

Post by L.. » Wed, 21 Sep 1994 03:38:09



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1. Generating named.data and named.rev with correct version numbers

Hi,

in AIX under /usr/samples/tcpip you can find two simple awk scripts that
generate
named.data and named.rev out of /etc/hosts. These scripts do not take
care of the
version numbers that are important for the secondary name server. Does
anyone
know where I can find a script that changes the version number to a
correct value?

Thanks in advance ...

Harald

Landschaftsverband Rheinland
Dipl.-Inform. Harald Zinnen
Ottoplatz 2
50679 K?ln
Germany

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