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  1. undefined reference to.... (g++ error message)

    Hi. I have a C++ project that I can't compile. These are the files: iplookup.hh

    Started by luirro777, 07-14-2011
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  2. Parent process will not continue without children

    I'm writing a startup script that takes a while to execute, so it's making bootup take a long time. I wrote a "launcher" script that just spawns the...

    Started by Jalaska13, 07-14-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  3. TCP send and recv sync problem.

    Hello all, Its been a long time since my last visit. After nearly 2 years I get to work on my favourite distro again and here I am with a question:...

    Started by CSMG Sarma, 07-14-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  4. recompile with -fPIC

    I'm having a trouble compiling perl module NET-SSLeay. I've openssl already configured with -fPIC. Below is the error I got from my 64bit CentOS...

    Started by packets, 07-14-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  5. need help: text replacement with sed

    I've a file which looks something like this: <snip from packetLog.c> printf("\ntxPackets=0x%x\n",txPackets);...

    Started by amit4g, 06-20-2011
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    07-13-2011 Go to last post
  6. Question remove leading space and join previous line

    hello community! i have a text file (it`s a ldif export), and i would like to grep out the dn. the line with the dn starts with "dn:". no problem...

    Started by Iko, 07-08-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  7. Cool check if remote port is listening or not

    Does anybody know how could I check if a remote server is set to listen from a particular port, for connections from my own computer? It's important...

    Started by lei770, 07-12-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  8. Help getting python and twisted to work

    Hi, I have a vps, its running CentOS 5. Python is installed and I think twisted is as well, however I am not 100% sure. I need to run a python...

    Started by inakto, 07-12-2011
    • Replies: 0
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  9. Request : Simple Bash script (limit bw with log)

    Hello dear linux member's ! First, escuse me about my poor english, I just hope some words is enough to explain what I want exactly :) I own a...

    Started by Foksy, 07-03-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  10. speed of Arrays vs. Vectors (C++)

    I am trying to write a particle simulation. I have a particles class which has member arrays to hold the information for the set of particles. The...

    Started by Disinterred, 07-09-2011
    • Replies: 4
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  11. Some basic Syntax question

    Hi, Can you please explain me about following syntax...What does it mean by each of folliwing lines.... BAKIFS=$IFS IFS=$(echo -en "\n\b") ...

    Started by rajeshatbuzz, 07-12-2011
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  12. My first "proper" c program

    I'm only up to chapter 3 of The K & R book and have decided to write a simple game and to update it with each chapters knowledge. If any real c...

    Started by elija, 06-26-2011
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  13. Shell programming - Child process and stdin

    Hi All, During development of a simple program, I've faced an issue that can be represented through this example: Suppose a simple text file: ...

    Started by szoftveres, 07-08-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  14. Getting number of digits in uint64_t

    Long story short, my issue is that I'm having a hard time trying to get the number of digits in a uint64_t variable. The reason I'm using this is I...

    Started by raevin, 07-08-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  15. Shell script to react on any user input

    Hello! I'm trying to write a script that I could run in tty, which will basically just react to any (keyboard)input. The most obvious choice...

    Started by lladlu, 07-11-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  16. BASH and NMAP

    # vi test1 #!/bin/bash a="nmap -p80 xx.xx.xx.xx | awk '{print $2}'|grep open" b="open" echo if then

    Started by DeadBeet, 07-11-2011
    • Replies: 1
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  17. Counting Clicks on the audio port as supplied by a Geiger Counter

    Hi, I have a Geiger Counter, and want to count the clicks coming from teh counter. I see several windows based programs for this, but I would...

    Started by Dave-Oregon, 07-10-2011
    • Replies: 0
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  18. JavaScript - PHP <> conflict

    I'm writing a web application that includes both JavaScript and PHP, and I've run into an apparent conflict between their syntax requirements. I...

    Started by qajaq, 07-08-2011
    • Replies: 8
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  19. Program to capture desktop screenshot in pure C

    I want to write a simple program to capture complete desktop screenshot in pure C on linux i.e no QT or Xlib

    Started by vampire36, 07-05-2011
    • Replies: 8
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    07-07-2011 Go to last post
  20. Red face use bash to drive executable, and process stdout from the executable.

    Assuming I have an executable: for (;;){ x=getchar(); if(x=='q') { printf("exit"); exit(0); } else printf("Press a...

    Started by legendbb, 07-06-2011
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 623
    07-07-2011 Go to last post

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