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VIM in Windows

I've been using VIM as my main editor on windows desktop for a number of years. I've resisted my peers suggesting programs like Notepad++.

But today I found a new little hack.From the windows CLI, I can convert my shell scripts in html quickly for my documentation. (I could do this from GUI but took a little time). Next little adventure is write a PowerShell/VBS script to make it even easier.

"C:\Program Files\Vim\vim72\gvim.exe" -n -c ":so $VIMRUNTIME\syntax\2html.vim" -c ":wqa"


Solaris 10 Quick Reference (Work In Progress)
This document is a quick reference to the major difference and new technologies in Solaris 10. Its is not fully extensive and will only feature on.●ZFS●Solaris Containers (Zones)●Resource Management●Predictive Self Healing●DTrace●MiscZFS – Solaris Zettabyte File SystemFeatures●128-bit Filesystem●File System and Volume Manager Integrated●RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID-Z (RAID5) &  RAID-Z2 Double Parity●Snap Shot and Clone Support●Compression●Self healing●Checksum of data blocks●Does not use /etc/vfstab as standard●Setup NFS through zfs●Does not support ufsdump/ufsrestoreCommandszpoolManages Pools (disks)zfsManages file systems  Pool taskszpool create mypool c0t1d0Create mypool with whole diskzpool create mypool c0t1d0s7Create mypool with slicezpool create mypool c1t0d0 c2t0d0Create mypool with stripezpool create mypool mirror c1t0d0 c2t0d0Create mypool with mirrorzpool create mypool raidz c1t0d0 c1t1d0 c1t2d0Create mypool with RAID-Zzpool create m…