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Typhon system administration scripts

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From: Richard.Anderson@raycosoft.com.nospam  (Richard Anderson)
Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2000 01:11:05 -0500
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Subject: Systems administration shell scripts
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Korn shell scripts for text processing, file and directory processing,
customizing your login environment, disk space management, performance 
analysis, system monitoring and system security.  It includes generalized 
login environment files for the Korn shell, bash and the C shell.

Some of the functions of Typhon:

* Substitute one text string for another in all files in a directory tree,
  skipping non-text files. The substitution strings can be regular expressions 
  or plain text. 

* Display all subdirectories as a visual directory tree.

* Copy a file to multiple remote hosts, with disk backup of the target file on
  each host. 

* List all subdirectories in one or more directories, including symbolic links
  to directories. 

Part of Typhon is distributed as freeware, part as a commercial product.  You
can download the freeware or purchase the product at www.unixscripts.com.

Richard Anderson, Ph.D.
Chief Technology Officer, Raycosoft

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