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  1. report if record doesn't exist

    Hi, I have a file: 979798707 787862348 766428634 I want to see if all the records in the file are present in the contents of the files of...

    Started by realtest, 03-15-2011
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  2. Bash script to find inappropiate words.

    I have to write a script that searches all users home directories documents for bomb, kill, my name, quit and steal. The script has to report to the...

    Started by pauhn, 03-04-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  3. Question Date in the file name(cron)

    Hi, I tried to write a cron job in Fedora13 as follows ...

    Started by amithad, 03-12-2011
    • Replies: 3
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  4. [SOLVED] Help in script - Getting table name from a text file

    Hi guys, I have been working on this since 3 days but wasn't able to achieve what I want I have a big text that has the following format: ...

    Started by wiss, 03-11-2011
    • Replies: 7
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  5. Alphabetic, non-repetitive list

    I'm trying to produce a alphabetic, non-repetitive list of all System service calls in all c files located in a folder. Here's what I got so far. ...

    Started by Jon51587, 03-13-2011
    • Replies: 3
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  6. Create single group from all other groups?

    I would like to create a bash script that creates a single group from all users in other groups. I've been at it most of the day, and I think I'm...

    Started by pauhn, 03-14-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  7. How get uuid of a device/partition in linux programatically?

    Hi..Friends, I am very much new to Linux programming. My question is Is there any way to read UUID of a device or partition in linux...

    Started by newtoqtlinux, 03-13-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  8. Question [SOLVED] sigprocmask( ) blocking signals in UNIX

    Hi All, i have written a small piece of code. This code first blocks the {SIGSEGV}, then adds SIGRTMIN to the same set. So, my final signal set is,...

    Started by kingsmasher1, 03-13-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  9. Question [SOLVED] Signal handling in pthread

    Hi All, I have created a pthread, and installed a signal handler inside that, same way as we do in main( ) function. The thread's signal handler is...

    Started by kingsmasher1, 03-12-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  10. [BASH] How to read multiple lines from a text file?

    For example, I have a text file with data which lists numerical values from two separate individuals Person A 100 200 300 400 500 600 700

    Started by gtirsmiley, 03-11-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  11. Question help with searching range

    I'm trying to extract specific lines from a flat file. I need lines that fall within a range of coordinates. The -F can be either ! or = If the...

    Started by ml41782, 03-10-2011
    • Replies: 9
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  12. [SOLVED] Problem with pthread.h, compiling with gcc

    Ok so I was messing around trying to learn about threads and how to use them and now I'm trying to compile but I get an error like this: fatal...

    Started by bleedingsamurai, 03-11-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  13. Help with bash

    Hi, i was wondering how i can use the cal command so it displays the current month and the next month, i know you can use cal -3 9 2007 to show the...

    Started by nippyeyes, 03-08-2011
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    • Replies: 11
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  14. pass variable between scripts

    I need to pass variable from to and update the value of the passed variable in and then return the updated value of the variable...

    Started by ashishmann, 03-09-2011
    • Replies: 7
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  15. [SOLVED] Help using fgets() in C

    Hi. I am trying to read from a file named matrixA.dat that contains a matrix formatted like this: 2 x 3 1 0 2 -1 3 1 I am reading the lines in,...

    Started by michaele, 03-10-2011
    • Replies: 3
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  16. makefile insensitive to change!

    I am dealing with one FORTRAN 90 code,have made small changes. milenko@milenkons:~/mt4$ make mt4 make: `mt4' is up to date....

    Started by milosavpejic, 03-10-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  17. Smile c++ program calling a Fortran subroutine with a function in the arg.

    Hello!. This is my second post, and my first post was successful. I have a new problem; i want to call a subroutine's fortran which have a...

    Started by taku, 03-09-2011
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 716
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  18. Clish programming

    Hello every one, I am using Clish to implement CISCO standard commands. I have installed it. I was able to write small commands using .xml file....

    Started by vishalgirisagar, 03-10-2011
    • Replies: 0
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  19. bash nested EOF

    I need to write a script with nested EOF's to avoid generating potentially very large numbers of intermediate files and cannot work out how to do...

    Started by drwg, 03-09-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  20. Batch rename

    Hi! I have tried searching for any solution without any luck. I have about 11 000 jpg images that is named like this: ...

    Started by reminett, 03-07-2011
    • Replies: 2
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    03-09-2011 Go to last post

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