Sun3.tar.gz. 4.x x64 rpmbuild for SUSE 10 SP2. 4.x x86 rpmbuild for other Linuxes. 5.x x64 rpmbuild for SuSE 11 SP1. 5.x x64 rpmbuild for other Linuxes. 7.x x64 rpmbuild for SuSE 11 SP3 or higher. 12.x rpmbuild for SUSE LINUX 11 SP2 or higher.
.tar.gz 2011-06-25 05:25 727K [ ] moblock-2.3.1.tar.gz 2011-06-25 04:20 727K [ ] web-agent-1.0.0.tar.gz 2011-06-11 12:35 140K [ ] ip-killer-1.0.tar.gz 2011-06-05 12:42 494K [ ].tar.gz 2011-05-31 11:42 174K [ ] vpnservice-1.0.tar.gz 2011-05-16 15:53 230K [ ] cloud-basestation-gui-1.0.2.tar.gz 2011-05-16 14:30 186K [ ].tar.gz 2011-05-10 09:05 2M [ ] admin-app-3.0.2.tar.gz 2011-05-10 08:58 1.7M [ ].tar.gz 2011-05-01 09:00 6.7M [ ] admin-cli-3.0.3.tar.gz 2011-05-01 08:43 1.6M [ ] 2011-05-01 08:36 352K [ ].tar.gz 2011-05-01 08:35 1.2M [ ].tar.gz 2011-05-01 08:33 1.1M [ ] OpenVPN-1.0.2.tar.gz. OpenVPN-1.0.2.tar.gzv. serial8250-1.0.tar.bz2. 1.3.3.src.tar.gzv..swaps

And when I follow step (3) and execute $ unzip it says “File · not found”, so what is wrong with that?


I find the problem. The root cause may be that the parameter $target_ver in is not set.
When I check it with $?, It is true!
To fix this, I set the variable in like this:
# Some variables
export target_ver=”2.7.7″

# The version of output zip
VERSION_NAME=`cat version.txt | grep $target_ver | awk -F”=” ‘{print $2}’`

So that the final command can look like this:
$ unzip -d /home/user/download

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U.S. Poultry Sector Improves Due To Constant Focus On Getting All The Details Right

Posted on: 16-Feb-2013

Feb. 16, 2013 – The American Egg Board (AEB) today announced the results of its 2011 U.S. Poultry Industry Business Activity (BA) Survey, which was conducted by the AEB in partnership with The Hendrix Organization (THO) and the National Chicken Council (NCC). This survey was distributed to all United States businesses that serve the egg and poultry processing industries, and included more than 31,000 responses. These responses provided important information about the manufacturing sector.

“The numbers show that the industry is progressing,” said Ron Stotzky, AEB executive director. “But there’s more work to be done as we work together to create a strong, business-friendly environment that supports a thriving industry.”

The results of the 2011 BA Survey show that U.S. poultry industry businesses made some good progress with regard to their operations, and expect to continue that positive trend in 2013. The BA Survey also indicates that there is a positive public perception of the U.S. poultry industry. In fact, according to the survey, the negative perception of the poultry industry had been rising since 2000.

The poultry industry also appears to have overcome the rumors and misinformation that caused a negative perception of poultry and poultry-related products on the part of some consumers. This perception was manifested in consumer demand for poultry products that