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Automate Talend backup export scripts with SVN and Commandline

It’s useful to periodically export a backup copy of your Talend item scripts when you’re using SVN, so here you have an script to export all Project items: Note: This script only works for Talend Integration Suite 5+ and Unix environments. Note2: Requires Commandline installation

Enjoy!

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Automate Talend backup export scripts with SVN and Commandline

It’s useful to periodically export a backup copy of your Talend item scripts when you’re using SVN, so here you have an script to export all Project items: Note: This script only works for Talend Integration Suite 5+ and Unix environments. Note2: Requires Commandline installation

Enjoy!

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Automate Talend backup export scripts with SVN and Commandline

It’s useful to periodically export a backup copy of your Talend item scripts when you’re using SVN, so here you have an script to export all Project items: Note: This script only works for Talend Integration Suite 5+ and Unix environments. Note2: Requires Commandline installation

Enjoy!

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Enable VNC connection for each O.S. user at boot – Ubuntu

Many times you need to enable VNC connections in your unix server by default at boot time. In RHEL it’s quite easy but in Ubuntu it’s quite tricky, that’s why I’m pulishing this entry. First of all, we install vncserver:

and let’s edit ~/.vnc/xstartup for each of our O.S. users with the following script: […]

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Enable VNC connection for each O.S. user at boot – Ubuntu

Many times you need to enable VNC connections in your unix server by default at boot time. In RHEL it’s quite easy but in Ubuntu it’s quite tricky, that’s why I’m pulishing this entry. First of all, we install vncserver:

and let’s edit ~/.vnc/xstartup for each of our O.S. users with the following script: […]

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Enable VNC connection for each O.S. user at boot – Ubuntu

Many times you need to enable VNC connections in your unix server by default at boot time. In RHEL it’s quite easy but in Ubuntu it’s quite tricky, that’s why I’m pulishing this entry. First of all, we install vncserver:

and let’s edit ~/.vnc/xstartup for each of our O.S. users with the following script: […]

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