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dd_dpa

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    RE: Need help for a class project.
    Oh and would it be necessary to use loops and functions? I guess it is so difficult for me because I don't have the code envisioned in my head in order to write it out.
    Link to this post 05 Jun 11

    Oh and would it be necessary to use loops and functions? I guess it is so difficult for me because I don't have the code envisioned in my head in order to write it out.

  • dd_dpa
    RE: Need help for a class project.
    I have no problem doing the work myself if I understood it, but the whole scripting on Linux part is a bit overwhelming for me as I do not really fully understand a good portion of it. You say it is easy and it might be, but to a beginner who has only scripted in windows with extremely basic scripts it does not seem easy at all. I will try using jabirali's information, but I do not have the time to sit through and figure this out in a weeks time when I work and go to school full time. How do I "extract" the information from the /proc file system? I guess the word extract is what is confusing me. Oh and another thing I don't even have fedora so is this something i can just type in notepad?
    Link to this post 05 Jun 11

    I have no problem doing the work myself if I understood it, but the whole scripting on Linux part is a bit overwhelming for me as I do not really fully understand a good portion of it. You say it is easy and it might be, but to a beginner who has only scripted in windows with extremely basic scripts it does not seem easy at all. I will try using jabirali's information, but I do not have the time to sit through and figure this out in a weeks time when I work and go to school full time. How do I "extract" the information from the /proc file system? I guess the word extract is what is confusing me. Oh and another thing I don't even have fedora so is this something i can just type in notepad?

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    Need help for a class project.
    I was wondering if someone could help me create a script to perform system management functions. I need to write a script in fedora 10 that will automate a complex system task. The task I have chose is one that will determine the processes that are consuming system resources, and investigative these resources to see whether or not they are necessary or can be stopped. I would also have the script report how much memory is available and how much memory is consumed and log the results with an output file in a stored location. Ideally the script would have comments after every line as to why this line was used, or what it does in the script file itself. Thanks I would be willing to pay via paypal if someone could help on the script part. I need to write a paper on it, but I don't fully understand how to script in fedora and know I cannot do this on my own. If you are interested please reply or email or just get in contact with me somehow. Thank you.
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    I was wondering if someone could help me create a script to perform system management functions. I need to write a script in fedora 10 that will automate a complex system task. The task I have chose is one that will determine the processes that are consuming system resources, and investigative these resources to see whether or not they are necessary or can be stopped. I would also have the script report how much memory is available and how much memory is consumed and log the results with an output file in a stored location. Ideally the script would have comments after every line as to why this line was used, or what it does in the script file itself. Thanks I would be willing to pay via paypal if someone could help on the script part. I need to write a paper on it, but I don't fully understand how to script in fedora and know I cannot do this on my own. If you are interested please reply or email or just get in contact with me somehow. Thank you.

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