Redd Vinylene skrev:
Can something similar be used for my
ifconfig_rl0_aliasN="inet 66.252.2.N netmask 255.255.255.255"
This is not as elegant, but may help in a similar way:
while [ "$alia" -lt '123' ] ; do
echo "ifconfig_rl0_alias$alia=\"inet 66.252.2.$ips netmask
On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 8:07 PM, Redd Vinylene <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
jail_box_ip=$( jot -w "66.252.2.%d" -s "," 124 4 )
What a gorgeous solution ;)
On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 7:37 PM, Matthew Seaman
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Redd Vinylene wrote:
Hey, I got a couple of hundred IPs, is there an easy way to add them
all to jail_box_ip="ip1,ip2,ip3" without making like the longest line
Unfortunately that doesn't look too good.
export x=$(cat ips);export jail_ips=''; for ip in $x; do export
jail_ips="$jail_ips,$ip"; done; export jail_ips=$(echo $jail_ips | sed
s/,$/''/ | sed s/^,//);
Is there a more beautiful alternative?
/etc/rc.conf is just /bin/sh code. All you need to do is set
the variables -- usually by assigning a static string, but you
can use whatever constructs you want. Well - within reason. Making
something as critical as the system boot process depend on a bunch of
other files or processes is not a good idea on the whole.
You can include multi-line whitespace in the variables by using single
Assuming that the init script that processes this data isn't phased
by the inclusion of a bit of whitespace.
Or you can generate the required numbers, assuming they are
jail_box_ip=$( jot -w "66.252.2.%d" -s "," 5 4 )
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